She has received wide acclaim as an accomplished Wildlife and Portrait Painter. She has had numerous Solo and Group Exhibitions of her work, has won many Awards, has work in numerous private and Corporate Collections and she accepts commissions.
She brings a passion for Art to her work and it is often contagious! As a Teacher, she has seen the results of incorporating Art into peoples’ daily lives. She regards Art as a language and as a tool that reaches across barriers, increasing confidence and self-esteem. She has many faithful, long-term students of all ages, abilities and disabilities. She has taught classes and Workshops for South Surrey, Chilliwack Museum, City of Kamloops, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops Arts Council, Children’s Art Festivals, Shuswap Festival of the Arts, Western Canada Summer Games. She has planned, organized and executed multiple murals using student crews, has instructed 300 students in multiple mediums and then organized a Gallery of the work produced.
Joey Nash’s Mural Work with First Nations Students has been featured in a booklet created from her mural work at Parkcrest Elementary School. It is a tool used by and available to all First Nations Educators in the area.
In 2016 Joey experienced a heart-breaking personal loss which resulted in her being unable to paint for a time. Happily, she came to realize that she could combine her love of painting with her love for driftwood and soon, she found joy in her work, again. She now combines Driftwood, sourced on the shores of Shuswap Lake, with her paintings. The result is a loving salute to our local Wildlife on a uniquely Shuswap surface.
I invite you to view her entire collection at www.joeynash.com. You may also reach Joey email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask questions or discuss your needs.
Art is original and the copyright of the artist.