Nancy in front of her art at Core Contemporary, Las Vegas
Las Vegas artist Nancy Good is known for conceptual abstracts, colorful murals, photographic composites, and analog-to-digital visual works. Influenced by both synesthesia related to vibration and eclectic DNA revealing connections with cultures the world over, Good's work weaves the materials and tools of modern times while also honoring the mark-making of ancient ancestries as a way to interpret humanity journey into greater understanding of our world and ourselves
Also facilitating a nonprofit artist-run space since 2018, supporting the arts community of Las Vegas, Good maintains a disciplined studio schedule, as well as staying active in private/public art commissions, mural projects, and workshop teaching. Recently appointed an adjunct faculty member for Roseman University Medical School, she will bring her experience as an artist and advocate to build bridges between art and science, teaching workshops and designing curriculums to broaden the education of medical students.
Good’s multi-disciplinary work has been seen in exhibits across the country and abroad in high profile locations such as San Diego Art Museum Artist's Guild's Summer Exhibition, Meow Wolf/Omega Mart, MGM, Reno-Tahoe International Airport, Las Vegas City Hall, Delano Hotel, Winchester Cultural Center, Charleston Heights Arts Center, Donna Beam Gallery, Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art, Superchief Gallery and HERE Arts in NYC, Nashville International Airport, Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau, Bridgestone Arena, Contemporary Arts Center in Las Vegas, Life is Beautiful and galleries in the Southeast, New York, Montana, Nevada and California. Her artistic contributions have also been honored with four Congressional Commendations and her work is found in important private collections throughout the U.S. and overseas through sales, gifts and charitable donations.