Nancy Pantirer

Nancy Pantirer is a NYC based artist with a large inventoryin a variety of media. The website offers easy to manage content management system for her studio staff as well as a chance for interested collectors, galleries and design consultants to browse collections easily.

Nancy Pantirer received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford, as well a Master of Arts from Montclair State University. She did additional coursework at Tufts University Museum School in Boston and Pratt University in New York. But, it was while working with John Griefen after she completed formal studies, that she came to a pivotal moment, truly embracing abstraction and scale and thinking about painting in a new way.

Nancy Pantirer has maintained a studio in Tribeca for the last 20 years and has evolved as an artist who is most at home when doing large scale, site specific installations. Some of these venues include The National Arts Club (1991 & 2000), The White House (spring invitational 2001), & South Orange Performing Arts Center In NJ (2011). In addition to an active exhibition schedule her works have been recently commissioned for corporate and public spaces including The Continental, New York, The Metrotop in Woodbridge NJ, & The Robert Treat Hotel in Newark as well as many other private residential collections.

As an artist she brings to all her projects a free spirit, independence and strong aesthetic abilities. Pantirer possesses a compelling personality and a talent for creating opportunities to connect artists and like-minded people. For the last ten year she has been producing and curating salons which allow her to work with a variety of visual and performing artists, writers, and musicians embracing an interdisciplinary approach to creating dialogue for the downtown, Tribeca artists’ community. Over the years, she has been an active board member for arts and charity organizations in NY and NJ. She currently sits on the board of TOAST (Tribeca Open Artists Studio Tour), and SOPAC (South Orange Performing Arts Center).