Featuring: Nancy Freeman Tabas
Reception for exhibition takes place on September 7, from 5-9pm as one of Old City’s First Friday Events.
Welcome to Nancy’s world of contemporary art. Let enthusiasm be your guide. Nancy travels around the globe with paintbrush in hand.
Tabas has shown her work throughout the Philadelphia area. She has enjoyed great success. She is in many private collections in the United States and Europe. Tabas has studied extensively, including training at PAFA and with world-renowned figurative artist Bert Silverman
Victoria Donohue reviewed Nancy in The Philadelphia Inquirer and stated, “Her work consistently has punch to it.” Marie Fowler of the Main Line Times also gave Nancy a favorable review stating “Tabas, like French Impressionist Master Claude Monet appears to explore the same motif under different conditions of light and or seasons.”
Tabas is an active member of ARTsisters, The Mill Artist, The Philadelphia Sketch Club, Artist Equity and the Professional Artist Group of Main Line Art Center. She serves on the Board of Main_Line Line Art Center and is Chair of the Women’s Board of the Penn Museum. Nancy also serves on the Board of Overseers of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology. Nancy loves to travel and has been all over the world this is a tremendous influence on her work. She lives in Haverford Pennsylvania with her husband of 37 years and is the mother of 4 children and grandmother of 4.
The exhibit is especially powerful at this time of the Jewish calendar, the month of Elul, when people are each charged with examining and then refining themselves. This transformation is possible only if people look beyond to see how they are reflected in their world.