Nancy Scott is a talented weaver who is also drawn to the culture of signs and symbols of social safety, instruction, and daily rituals: stop signs and traffic signs, mail trucks and orange highway markers. A jokester and prankster, her amusement with the absurd also finds its way into her work: a clock with no hands, a table with no legs and stories of inanimate objects coming to life. Nancy also is a theater artist and long-time member of the Spindleworks/Theater Project ensemble.
”I am a talented sound artist. I like to weave on my loom and make scarves. I also like to paint on wood. I made a ‘broken clock’ out of wood. I like to paint pictures of ‘smoke detectors’. I feel good about my artwork.”