Nancy Wissemann-Widrig is listed in Who's Who as an important American painter. She is included in many publications, and her work has been acquired for more than 30 public and private collections, such as the Canton Art Institute, in Canton, Ohio, The University of Kansas Museum of Art, the University of Tulsa, OK and the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME. Besides being represented by the Caldbeck, she has exhibited at Long Island Museum of Art, Stony B
rook, N.Y., Tibor de Nagy Gallery, N.Y., and across the U.S.
Wisseman-Widrig integrates elements of modernist and traditional painting, and is sometimes called a realist. Her landscapes show the play of light on her subjects, be it the human figure, plants and nature, and in her new body of work, ocean waters. Her explorations focus on those phenomena that have emotional impact for her. Critic Gerritt Henry describes her as paying "homage to the elusive yet tangible beauties of nature run properly amok".
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