Artist Nancy Ruhl explores the little details of life that many people overlook and through the process of painting these scenes makes the viewer aware of all the intimate places that make our regions unique. Her vibrant pallet in combination with a playful sense of composition create inviting spaces. Nancy studied at University of Guelph and Sheridan College. She has been painting for over two decades with works exhibited internationally. “I try to incorporate natural elements in my paintings as a contrast and balance to the precise lines of man-made structures.” Nancy is a full-time artist with studios in Ontario and BC. She is represented by Madrona Gallery in Victoria, BC, Sladen’s on Pender Island, BC, Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona and Marten Arts Gallery in Bayfield, Ontario.