Artist Receives Tremendous Achievement
Kansas City, Missouri Jun 21, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Nancy Woolf-Pettyjohn is known to curators from museums around the globe to be the “only” artist to hand paint historic laces from museums around the world that have had prior copyright permission to do so. Having a God-given talent she is able to paint all genres as shown on her website. Recognized by Marquis Publishing she has been a listee many times in their volumes: Who’s Who in America Who’s Who in American Art Who’s Who in the World alongside heads of state and others. This represents the top 3% of all professionals in the world. In April of 2017, she was honored with their Lifetime Achiever Award. She has been in ArteryNYC, magazines, books, newspapers, and websites and appeared on TV. Her artwork has been shown in Honiton England, Lyon France, Palermo Italy to Kiev Ukraine to Lisbon Portugal and Kenmare Ireland. She is known in 80-plus countries. Recently invited by the Editorial Team to have her work published in the Voices of Tomorrow Art Book. It will be edited by the Contemporary Art Curator Magazine and published in Winter 2023. “This will give insight into the exceptional talent that will most likely influence the art world’s future. The list will be compiled by carefully selected 100 innovative artists from across the globe with unique visions, styles, and approaches to keep an eye out for in the near future.” This is especially exciting for Nancy, as she was told by an American curator, “Nobody, but nobody ever shows their work in Europe before showing it in the U.S. first!”.
The book shall be available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble among others.
Nancy is the daughter of Lucy Woolf and the late Homer Woolf and married to Matthew Pettyjohn.
The artist asks if you like her “efforts” and please thank God from whom her talent comes.
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