Nancy A. Lowe is a pro-freedom, constitution-admiring artist. The historical resistance to tyranny by her Scottish and American ancestors is the foundation upon which all of her artistic endeavors are based. Nancy’s impetus to produce anti-statist works is fueled by the current world-wide political malaise created by Progressive politicians who exploit the art community in order to promote their anti-freedom agenda.
She utilizes the spent shell casings of both law-abiding citizens and law enforcement as braille elements in many of her works, including all manner of calibers in pro-freedom works and only rifle calibers in anti-freedom works. Quotations used in those works range from the pro-freedom Second Amendment to Mao Zedong’s anti-freedom “Power grows from the barrel of a gun.”
Her heritage tartan works are faithful representations of patterns officially recognized by the Scottish Tartan Authority. They include dried botanicals with screen-printed or anodized aluminum arrow shafts that blend nature’s creations with those of man.
Nancy’s other works include formed paper objects that combine her Scottish love of freedom with her total disdain of collectivism.
She understands that the United States Constitution is unique in the history of the world and that our country is the last, best hope for freedom on Earth.
You can view Nancy’s Liberatchik Gallery here.