Nancy Jane

Over the past few years, my family has been involved with my grandmother’s battle with Alzheimer’s. I painted this portrait as a representation of her decline.

Nancy Jane, 2015
Oil on Canvas
16 x 20 in.

Madison Luetge graduated from Texas A&M University-Commerce in December, 2015, with a Bachelor of Fine Art degree in Studio Art with an emphasis in painting. She has been accepted into the University of Houston’s Master of Fine Art program and will begin in the Fall of 2016. Her work is primarily two dimensional, focusing on painting and drawing. Currently, she is residing in Bellville,TX.

Learn more about Madison and see more of her work at madisonluetgeart.com

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