Below is my professional bio from my former website. Above is my Sarasota Bay view.
I've added some images for context.
Meet Nancy Moskovitz
Nancy Moskovitz celebrates the quiet beauty of everyday life in layers of rich luminous colors. Her work appeared in American Artist Magazine and was published in several books including 2009Best of America Watermedia Artists, Ocala: A Portrait of Life, and Horse Fever. Her work was featured in the Dec. 2001 issue of Ocala Style Magazine and the Sept. 2010 Ocala Magazine. Nanncy illustrated The Gift of Grace, published in 2011. It's a children's picture book written by 5 year old Grace who was born with a physical difference. At The Florida Museum of Natural History, Nancy showcased paintings of the unspoiled beauty of Sapelo Island, GA inspired by her 2007 artist-in-residency for Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites in a show called "The Barrier Islands: Creations of Tide and Time" (a 3 artist exhibit) in March - June 2011.
The Appleton Museum of Art included Nancy's paintings in its prestigious 2006 four artist Biennial Exhibit.
One of the original Ocala Horse Fever artists, her two horses, Subtle Glitz and Maretisse, raised over $28,000 for Marion Cultural Alliance in 2002.
Nancy circa 2002 held signature status in Plein Air Florida and was a selected member of Landscape Artists International.
Nancy cut her artistic teeth on Sargent at the Isabella Stewart Gardiner Museum and Monet at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Both are walking distance from Simmons College where she earned a BA with honors in education and art history.
As mother of three, Nancy taught 15 years at The Cornerstone School in Ocala before pursuing professional painting full time in 2003.
Click on thumbnails to exit a cropped version and see entire image. Immediately below is my painting on the left and the coffee table that houses it on the right.
Painting intimate Florida landscapes and treasured commissioned portraits of pets from clients' digital images.