Marci Nadler is a contemporary colorist painter working in oils, acrylics, watercolor, and ink. Her paintings straddle a fine line between representational and abstract. Her work has been exhibited internationally, on loan through Art in Embassies Program (in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and La Paz, Bolivia), and in numerous group and solo exhibits in the U.S.. Her paintings are in Rachel Mellon’s Oak Spring Garden Library Collection, and many private collections.
She relocated from the wide open farm-view inspiration of Oak Springs Rokeby Farm in Upperville, where she worked for Rachel Mellon, now drawing inspiration from the woods, water, wildlife and skies in the foothills of the Blue Ridge in northwestern Fauquier County.
She serves on the board of the William Calfee Foundation, served on the Middleburg Arts Council, and is a founding member of Artists in Middleburg, a Guild of Natural Science Illustrators member, and a longtime member of the National Society of Arts and Letters, a group devoted to encouraging young artists in all genre.
In addition to being a painter, Nadler actively promotes prominent and promising artists, primarily the tremendous artistic diversity of the Virginia Piedmont. She runs Booth & Nadler, a studio and gallery in Marshall, Virginia.