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Open Studio 2015!

 

NANCY DONIGER will be participating in

THE PARK SLOPE WINDSOR TERRACE ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS 2015

Her studio will be open 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7 FROM 12 TO 6PM

and  SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8 FROM 12 TO 4 PM

Birds!

Sculptor, Eric Jacobson, and I will be selling painted metal birds at the NY Creates crafts fair this Saturday, December 6th. The "bird collection" is our first collaboration.

painted metal bird ornament

Open Studio

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 I will be participating in the Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists OPEN STUDIOS Saturday and Sunday, November 8th and 9th from Noon to 7 pm. I will be exhibiting and selling original art, digital and hand pulled prints, children's books, political art, and notecards. The image on the invitation below is one of my new works.  Come by for a look and a chat! 

For PSWT Artist list and Map go HERE

Two Illustrations for the New York Times

I created two illustrations for the New York Times, so far this spring.  They were both RUSH jobs, and got my adreneline working.  Good for my heart! The first one, about Coop and Condo owners faced with losing tax abatements, ran on March 31st in the Real Estate Section.  

The Next Big Thing!

The Next Big Thing! Is a blog tour that gives authors and illustrators a chance to share their work, and then tag others to share theirs.  Each blogger answers the same ten questions. The tour started in Australia, and has spread worldwide.

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! 

Happy New Year!

This is a cut paper and digital assemblage.  Like a collage, but no glue. The shapes were cut out of a variety of papers, and then laid on the scanner.  Some were overlapped and scanned together.  Some were scanned separately brought into the piece in layers.  The little boy was cut out of rubylith film, made into an old fashioned rubber stamp- then stamped and scanned.  The process is freeing and fluid.

Spring

It's beginning to feel like spring in Brooklyn.  So, my thoughts turn to gardening.  The bulbs from last year are starting to come up around our tree pit: daffodils, tulips, and hyacinth.  And the creeping thyme is creeping back. What better inspiration can there be than one's tree pit?  Are the areas around trees along the sidewalks of other towns and cities called 'pits' ?  Or is this a Brooklyn thing?  My gardening is sporadic at best.

End of Summer

Back from the Berkshires, where we stayed in a funky blue house

at the edge of Ashmere Lake....

Welcome

Welcome to the new website!

All images © Nancy Doniger Illustration. No reproduction permitted without written permission.