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 Nancy Rose Jellico  (1939 - )

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Lived/Active: Nebraska/Colorado      Known for: animal, cowboy genre, sculptor

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Nancy Rose Jellico, a painter of Western subjects like Longhorn Rancher; Range War; Stampede; and Nighthawks, also paints wildlife, landscapes, portraits, and floral still-lifes. She began to sculpt similar Western subjects in 1983. Living in Littleton and Englewood, Colorado from 1970-1989, Jellico resides in Amelia, Nebraska.

Nancy Jellico was born in LaGrange, Georgia on September 22, 1939. She lived in Hogansville, Georgia as an infant; Washington, DC, from 1940-1946; but spent the remainder of her childhood back in Hogansville, living with her grandparents. As a teenager, she lived in Jacksonville, Florida from 1957-1959. In 1959, she went to Denver, Colorado, studying for a year at the Colorado Institute of Arts, receiving her diploma in 1960. She became registrar at the Institute, from 1961-1964, teaching there from 1964-1965.

She was a student of Charlie Dye, also studying with John Jellico, the school's director, whom she married in 1960. From 1960-1965, she painted her own works, and also collaborated on her husband's Western paintings. She illustrated five text-books. Divorced from Jellico, she was married to Glenn H. Hildebrandt from 1987-1992.

By the late 1960s, she was exhibiting in Dallas, Texas, and Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico. In 1990, she had a one-person show in Hereford, Texas, at the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame. Other exhibitions include the Mountain Oyster Club Annual Contemporary Western Art Show and Sale, Tucson, Arizona; Women Artists and the West, Tucson; the Pastel Society of the Southwest, Dallas; Western Regional Annual Art Show and Sale, Cheyenne, Wyoming; Rushmore Annual Professional Fine Arts Show, Rapid City, South Dakota; American Indian and Cowboy Artists -- Festival of Western Arts, San Dimas, California; Classic-American Annual Western Art Show and Sale, Beverly Hills, California; Sculpture in the Park Annual Show and Sale, Loveland, Colorado; Grand National Art Show, Denver; C. M. Russell Auction and Sale, Great Falls, Montana; and Murisake Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.

Jellico is a member of the Pastel Society of America, New York, and the National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic. Her works are in the collections of Cherry Hills Elementary School, Colorado, and the Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Reference works that list Nancy Jellico are: Who's Who in American Art 1982-1996; Who's Who of American Women 1983; Who's Who in the West; Dictionary of International Biography 1977; Women Artists and the West; American Artist, Jan 1966; Artists of the Rockies and the Golden West, Spring 1981; Southwest Art, June 1986; Midwest Art, Nov-Dec 1987; Western Horseman, Jul 1987; Equine Images, Fall 1989; Art of the West, Mar-Apr 1990; Rocky Mountain News (Denver), Jan 10, 1993; Nancy Jellico, 1991,1995



Source:
Phil Kovinick and Marian Yoshiki Kovinick, "An Encyclopedia of Artists of the American West"



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