Featured Artist

Nancy Charak

South of Grant, November 9 & 10, 2019 | 10am-5pm

Artist Bio

Nancy Charak is a transplanted Chicagoan who makes art in a studio space in the historic Steinfeld Building in Tucson. Her formal art training began at the Art Institute of Chicago’s Saturday school, followed by an undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago culminating with an MFA from Northern Illinois University in Painting and Drawing. Nancy then underwent a varied set of work, learning and play experiences. She spent nine years in the printing trade managing print jobs, nine summers playing park district softball, fifteen years as a legal secretary and administrative assistant, studied Chaucer and Beowulf, travelled to Mexico, Brazil, numerous cities and museums in Western Europe, taught English as a Second Language and Adult Basic Education, shot thousands of feet of 35mm film, played with PCs and Macs, and annoyed her friends and family with zillions of travelogue slideshows. Always making art, Nancy likes to ignore rules, slash pencils and spill paint to see what happens.

Description of Medium

I am a mark-maker. The marks relate to each other in degrees of tension, proximity, distance, stillness, absence, presence. The marks create spaces, surfaces and edges that become interconnected, separated, conflicted, yet engaged in conversations. My purpose as an artist is to captivate you for as long as I can hold your attention.


Activities Offered

Artist Meet and Greet / Q&A, Art for Sale

Getting There

Steinfeld Warehouse

Address: 101 W. 6th Street, Tucson, Arizona 85711, US [ Map it! ]
Nearest Cross Streets: 9th Ave.

Lot Parking
Street Parking

This studio is wheelchair accessible.
This studio has accessible parking.

This studio has secured bike parking.
Details: Railing directly in front of the building.

Public Transit:
This studio is near public transit.

While you're there:
There's more to see nearby! One of Joe Pagac's on 6th and Stone, another of Cyfy Rodriguez at Benjamin Supply at 6th Street and 7th Ave.