About the Art

I create unique pieces of fibre art primarily using wool fleece as my “paint”. Many of my felted tapestries are landscapes that represent an actual place. I get my inspiration through research as well as from photographs, often taken by photographer Matthew Cassidy. I encourage input when accepting commissions which range from urban settings like Boston Harbour, to the windswept shores of a small town in Newfoundland.

In addition to my tapestries, both felted and woven, I also create holiday ornaments. Each year I introduce a new ornament. While similar in appearance each ornament is unique.

Custom pieces are also available upon request. Please contact me today for more information.

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About the Artist

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Artist Nancy Keating makes art from tiny bits of wool and silk fleece. A graduate of NSCAD University and the Banff School of Fine Arts, Nancy’s work has been exhibited in galleries and collections across Canada.

Through workshops and lectures she continues to inspire and encourage a new generation of fibre artists.

Nancy’s latest public art installations are The Last Steps memorial on the waterfront in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Canada Gate installed in Passchendaele, Belgium in November 2017.