Nancy Douglas is an illustrator, artist and teacher. Since graduating from Sheridan College in 1995, her collage illustrations have appeared in magazines and in advertising in Canada and the US.
Nancy’s most recent exhibition, Reconnaissance, in May, 2018, included collage, drawing and painting. The large-scale works of personal and historic objects, were informed by archival and genealogical research combined with present-day interviews.
Nancy has been teaching art classes and workshops for 23 years and considers teaching to be part of her art practice. She enjoys working with all levels and ages, gaining insight through extensive teaching for the Limestone District School Board, Queen’s University, Art Noise and in her workspace-Nelson Street Studio.
Nancy Douglas was the Artist in Residence for the Royal Military College in 2018. She returns to RMC again this year for the Four Pillars Project, an adventure which will engage faculty, students and alumni; culminating in a series of collage illustrations.