Nancy Gamon ~ Art & Apparel


Nancy Gamon is an award-winning textile and mixed-media artist living and working in Cincinnati, Ohio USA. She experiments with a variety of sewing, painting and collage techniques in her 2D, 3D, and wearable work. Her pieces have appeared in over 40 solo and group exhibits nationwide. Nancy has special interest in the creative reuse of apparel, collaborative works, and personal narrative. She also enjoys dyeing fabric and writing instructional sewing articles.

Since Nancy has not attended art school, she is technically a "self taught" artist. However, she remains very thankful for the creative education she has received throughout life from the many people who have shared their knowledge and offered honest critique.

Nancy's artwork, fashion accessories and home decor items have been featured in newspapers, "Cloth Paper Scissors" magazine, "Altered Couture" magazine, "The Old Farmer's Almanac", the book "1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse," and on a variety of blogs and other online resources.

She is a current member and past president of Contemporary Quilt and Fiber Artists (CQAFA) , a local creative association.


In the News:

Nancy Gamon curated "Second Glances", an exploration of gender identity and apparel, on exhibit at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center in Cincinnati OH from April 21 - June 9, 2018.

05/13/2018 AEQAI "Second Glances" exhibit review
05/01/2018 City Beat "Second Glances" exhibit review
04/17/2018 Movers & Makers "Second Glances" exhibit press