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About the Artist


                Nancy Grobe (pronounce it Groby) was born in San Antonio and grew up in
                a creative family in Florida and Texas.  After receiving a music degree
                from the University of Texas, she began to study painting with John Squire Adams
                in San Antonio.  She went on to complete the certificate program at the
                Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, where she was awarded
                the Charles Toppan prize for drawing and the Cecilia Beaux prize for portraiture. 
                Since then, she has studied with many outstanding artists, including Huihan Liu,
                William Kalwick Jr., Jean Chambers, Kevin Beilfuss, and Zhaoming Wu.       
                Recent shows include "Life is Good": a solo show at North Hills Gallery in Austin,  Salon International at the Greenhouse Gallery
                in San Antonio from 2006-2013, the Bosque Art Classic in Clifton, Texas, 2007-2016, the People's Gallery at City Hall, Austin 2015, and the National Arts Program
                in Austin, 2007-2012, 2015-2016.
                She is represented by The White Buffalo Gallery in Glen Rose, Texas:
                She lives in Austin, Texas.