After leaving a fulfilling career providing assistance to victims of Federal crime, Nancy Fabrizio is now able to devote her time exclusively to her artwork, a dream she has held for a long time.
Nancy has had the opportunity to travel extensively, and her paintings often depict the moodiness of Maine, the mystical shores of Ireland, and the age-old architecture of Europe. She has studied with, and has been inspired by, artists Kris Delosantos, Dorothy Foley, Melissa Wolf, Shelli Ardizzone-Robiner, and Beth Ellis.
Her watercolors and oil paintings have been shown at juried exhibitions at the Bayside Historical Society, the Gallery at Elderfields, the State Bank of Long Island, Pen and Brush, and the Alliance of Queens Artists. She has also exhibited at the Graphic Eye Gallery and the Floral Park and Elmont Public Libraries.
She is currently a member of the Art League of Nassau County, the National Art League, the Art Guild of Port Washington, the Floral Park Art League, and The Artist Objective.