Nancy Benton

Nancy Benton

Swimming Pool

48" x 60"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $4,000.00
Nancy Benton

Adobe Home, New Mexico

18" x 36"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $1,200.00
Nancy Benton

Beach Tents

30" x 40"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $3,200.00
Nancy Benton

Café Along the Highway

20" x 40"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $2,400.00
Nancy Benton

Café

24" x 30"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $2,400.00
Nancy Benton

Sam Ellis Storefront

20 x 16"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $800.00
Nancy Benton

Palm Springs

24" x 30"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $2,400.00
Nancy Benton

White Home, Palm Springs

24" x 30"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $2,400.00
Nancy Benton

Villa Sur Motel

16" x 20"

Acrylic on canvas

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Nancy Benton

Train Station, France

36" x 36"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $800.00
Nancy Benton

Water Tower

36" x 48"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $1,200.00
Nancy Benton

Mountainside Houses, Taiwan

30" x 30"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $1,000.00
Nancy Benton

Sloat Ave

24" x 36"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $1,000.00
Nancy Benton

Paris Suburbs

16" x 20"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $500.00
Nancy Benton

Aneml

16" x 20"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $500.00
Nancy Benton

Camper Truck

16" x 20"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $500.00
Nancy Benton

Yellow Sky

20" x 16"

Acrylic on canvas

Regular price $500.00
Nancy Benton

Green Rail

18" x 24"

Acrylic on canvas

Sold
Nancy Benton

Okinawa Homes II

24" x 30"

Acrylic on canvas

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About the Artist

Nancy Benton works mostly with acrylic but has also created art in other mediums such as watercolor, collage and ink. Her latest work has been focused on simplifying the landscape to minimal shape and palette, but still maintaining the integrity of the image. She has been experimenting with a more flat and graphic style. She finds inspiration in works from Diebenkorn, Matisse and Hockney. Her favorite subjects are landscapes with dramatic lines where natural elements mix with man-made structures. Probably the single most important element in her work is composition. Nancy spends as much time as possible outside of teaching and painting, collecting images through her travels. She than sorts through hundreds of photos to find the perfect image to paint. What initially draws her to an image is the composition and then from there she works on figuring out how to reduce the complexity of the image by focusing on a very simple palette and selectively eliminating information.