Always knowing she wanted to be an artist, Nancy Glazier’s grandmother presented her with her first set of oil paints when she was eight. Her delighted father sold her first painting when she was twelve.
Her family moved to Wyoming when she was sixteen. Glazier was introduced to Cody Museum muralist, Adolph Spohr, who singled her out for private instruction.
Painting is the very breath of her life. While she is painting, Glazier feels complete, joyful, powerful and free. Today, the animals Glazier prefers to paint are truly wild and free. Elk, deer, moose, bear, cougar, coyote, fox, birds from osprey to pine siskin, share their territory with her in the mountains of the Northwest. “My paintings invite you into this world. Journey with me awhile. I will share with you what the eyes of my heart see.”