Nancy Holley makes her home in Ashland, Oregon where she worked to bring education opportunities to migrant children for three decades. She co-founded the Rogue Valley Art Peace Collective and has had a variety of work shown in local galleries.
Nancy has been a paper artist and bookmaker for years, gradually deepening her understanding of the bookmaking process while allowing her creative bursts to guide her discoveries and explorations.
She has been a print maker, water-colorist, basket weaver and paper maker... also a singer-songwriter and a hula dancer. Nancy expresses in all dimensions by finding and releasing joy as she creates her personal art, then deepens that joy through sharing her process.
She offers art classes around Oregon's Rogue Valley and other regional conferences on an occasional basis.
Photography Jeannine Towle taken at the "Rain Goddess" statue by Enrique Alferez/New Orleans City Park