Nan Cunningham

Artwork

Falling Leaves
Nan Cunningham

Falling Leaves

acrylic on canvas

42 x 42 in

Lake Martin Island
Nan Cunningham

Lake Martin Island

acrylic on canvas

40 x 40 in

Paperwhites
Nan Cunningham

Paperwhites

acrylic on paper

18 x 12 in

Season's End
Nan Cunningham

Season's End

acrylic on canvas

60 x 48 in

Sweet Roses
Nan Cunningham

Sweet Roses

acrylic on paper

26 x 20 in

Happy Valentine's Day
Nan Cunningham

Happy Valentine's Day

mixed media on paper

22 x 17 in

Lake Martin Island II
Nan Cunningham

Lake Martin Island II

acrylic on canvas

30 x 30 in

Pink Roses
Nan Cunningham

Pink Roses

mixed media on paper

22 x 15 in

Shadows & Shapes
Nan Cunningham

Shadows & Shapes

acrylic on canvas

48 x 36 in

Tuxedo Junction
Nan Cunningham

Tuxedo Junction

acrylic on canvas

48 x 30 in

Hidden Emeralds
Nan Cunningham

Hidden Emeralds

acrylic on canvas

40 x 30 in

Last Spring
Nan Cunningham

Last Spring

acrylic on canvas

40 x 30 in

Pink Shawl
Nan Cunningham

Pink Shawl

acrylic on wood

10 x 10 in

Studio Shadows
Nan Cunningham

Studio Shadows

acrylic on canvas

40 x 30 in

Winter Still Life
Nan Cunningham

Winter Still Life

acrylic on canvas

40 x 30 in

June Hydrangeas
Nan Cunningham

June Hydrangeas

acrylic on wood

10 x 10 in

Limelight
Nan Cunningham

Limelight

acrylic on canvas

40 x 40 in

Rhapsody in Blue
Nan Cunningham

Rhapsody in Blue

acrylic on canvas

48 x 36 in

Studio Sunflowers
Nan Cunningham

Studio Sunflowers

acrylic on canvas

48 x 36 in

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Nan Cunningham
An Alabama native, Nan Cunningham started her artistic career under the mulberry tree as a child. She made dyes from berries and nuts and began painting right away. She never stopped and has been a fulltime painter ever since. A superb colorist, Cunningham uses her loose painterly style on a wide range of subjects, gathering numerous awards and honors along the way. She currently serves on the Board of the Alabama Art Colony and was previously a Board Member of the Mississippi Art Colony as well as the Montgomery Arts Council. An Auburn University graduate and faculty member of Arrowmont School in Tennessee, John C. Campbell in North Carolina and The Alabama Education Center, Cunningham is in high demand for her creative workshops and expressive presentations. She happily shares the knowledge gathered in over 50 years before the easel and judges art competitions throughout the region. Jean Cocteau expressed Nan's philosophy nicely: "Art is not a pastime but a priesthood." Nan's work has been featured in many magazines and publications including Southern Living, Veranda, Society South, Prime, Southern Accents and House Beautiful. She has won numerous awards and is represented in corporate and private collections throughout the world. Nan lives in Auburn, Alabama with her Italian Peacock Hound, Renzo Piano where she paints every day. Although they have chosen other professions, both of her children are talented artists as well.
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