Nancee Clark is a southern artist. After growing up in Jacksonville, Florida, she earned a B.A.A. Degree with Honors and an M.F.A. Degree in Painting and Drawing at the University of Florida. Her paintings are included in numerous corporate and museum collections. She has been recipient of numerous awards and exhibited nationally and internationally.
Grants and Awards
Blumenthal Foundation Artist Residency at Wildacres. Little Switzerland, North Carolina
Painting Residency. Studio Art Center International, Florence, Italy
Painting Residency. Vermont Studio Center. Johnson, Vermont. Faculty Development Grant, Santa Fe College
( 2) Visual Artist Fellowship Grant. State of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs
President’s Award In Painting. University of Florida
Director, Continuing Studies and Special Programs, Ringling College of Art and Design. Responsible for expanding community and Precollege programs; developing certificate programs; founding international travel programming of Prehistoric Cave Art in France.
Figure Drawing and Painting professor for Departments of Illustration and Computer Animation, Ringling College of Art and Design
Life Drawing Instructor, Wildacres Retreat Art Workshops, Little Switzerland, North Carolina
Painting Materials Consultant and Lecturer, southeastern U.S. colleges and universities for Binney and Smith, Inc.
Coordinator of Cultural Programs, Santa Fe College, Gainesville, FL. Responsible for visual and performing arts programs.
Painting and Drawing professor, Tenured, Santa Fe College, Gainesville, Florida
Drawing Instructor, Department of Fine Arts, University of Florida