NCZ studios: Beginner to advanced instruction by Nancy C Zamboni
I am currently offering HOME LESSONS, or consultation and instruction at other locations.
I have been teaching lessons and small classes independently for many years at a variety of locations, including my studio, starting in 2009. I expect to have the studio ready, in a new and improved condition, starting this summer.
While work is in progress on improving my studio, there will be no travel fee for Home lessons or for coming to meet you. This is a good time for consultations, with an overview of your work, in your work-space.
In my lessons and classes I aim to provide an opportunity to learn more about making art in the media of your choice, in a supportive atmosphere with flexible scheduling and at a reasonable cost.
- Lessons may be scheduled in Drawing or Painting in your choice of media including Watercolor, Acrylic, and Oil.
- Small group Classes may also be formed.
- Additional subject options available, for all ages and levels of art experience!
Information about non-credit classes I teach at other locations can also be found on this website, under CURRENT CLASS OFFERINGS – Princeton Area
Nancy C. Zamboni has a B.A. from Yale, where she received her basic art training, a B.F.A. in painting from Boston University, and an M.F.A in painting from Queens College in New York. She has 16 years experience teaching both college and non-credit art classes, currently at Rowan College at Burlington County, the Princeton Adult School, the Princeton YWCA, and NCZ Studios, in the Trenton / Hamilton area of NJ, and also has taught at Mercer County Community College and Salem Community College. Locally, she has exhibited at Nails in the Wall Gallery, The Gallery at MCCC, Artworks, and Ellarslie The Trenton City Museum, as well as other venues in New York and New England.
More information about exhibitions can also be found at nancyczamboni.com
200A Whitehead Road, Suite 220A
Hamilton NJ 08619
The studio is in the same complex as Rockville Climbing Center, and is in the area near the Grounds for Sculpture. It is easily accessible from Route 1, Route 535, and the Hamilton Train station.
See DIRECTIONS for more information.
Header Photo/montage: Gerri Herbst, working in watercolor, before the model class, Summer 2011. Photo by Nancy Zamboni