Nancy Glazier's Biography Continued:

...when she was twelve. As a child, Glazier's pets were her soul mates. Surrounded by many small pets, she longed for horses and great dogs. As an adult, she milked goats, rode horses, raised buffalo and trained dogs. All around me is living, constantly changing inspiration."

     Nancy recognizes her artistic talent as a gift from God. "While I am painting, I feel complete, joyful, powerful and free. Life overflows and streams out in colors like a song, or like thunder, or like the wind through my finger tips!"

     Painting is the very breath of her life. 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."

     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.

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