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The Commercial Bank Features the Art of Nan Loeffler
Wednesday, March 4, 2009 • Posted March 4, 2009

Mason's Commercial Bank will be showing in March, the weird and wonderful art of Nan Loeffler. Meet and visit during a reception March 12 from 12:00 to 3:00. This exhibit includes mixed media, ceramics, collage and etc. in addition to her art metal and jewelry. Please keep in mind that she taught in middle school and considers a hammer torch a great way to de-stress.

Nan was in first grade when she made her first TV appearance on Children's Theatre, Channel II in Lubbock singing "God Bless America" and is convinced that every TV except her mother's clicked off or to another channel. Some fifty years later she still can't sing but has found her "voice" in her artwork. Be sure to see Art titled "Keep on Singing". Hope you enjoy, laugh, and smile at what she loves to do.

Nan Loeffler is a retired fine arts teacher designer craftsman, and artisan. She lives in the middle of the boonies outside of London, Texas where she and husband, Carl, farm and ranch. She has two grown children, Lem, a gifted writer and speaker and Legan an award winning artist. Lem and Dee Ann are parents of grandson, Larkin, and Legan is mother of grandson Seth.

She is a graduate of Tuloso-Midway High School in Corpus Christi and attended Del Mar before graduating from Tarleton State University. She began graduate art metals and jewelry design 17 years ago at Texas Tech with Rob Glover and has also taken classes with Chris Ramsey of Oklahoma State University.

The majority of her work is whimsical, inspirational, and animals done in sterling silver. She designs pieces from everyday life and a sense of humor and playfulness. Her artwork is her dream and she thanks God everyday for allowing her the privilege.

Nan’s work has been shown in Austin, Corpus Christi, Houston, Dallas, Kerr Arts and Cultural Center in Kerrville, 1550 Gallery in Kerrville and Texas Tech in Junction. Her work can currently be seen at MSquared Gallery in Mason, KACC in Kerrville, and Kimble Library in Junction.

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