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Nancy Willis is a London-based artist who has been exhibiting since the early 1980s. 

Her processes include painting, printmaking, sculpture, mixed media and moving image. Nancy’s work explores universal themes like love, loss and human vulnerability from her experience of life as a disabled woman.

In her early career, Nancy joyfully embraced the freedoms of being an artist in contrast to the restrictions she had experienced in her education at a ‘special’ school. 

Nancy was Artist in Residence at Hammersmith Hospital and Byam Shaw School of Art.  She has exhibited in the Whitechapel Open, Diorama Art Gallery, Laing Art Gallery, and BBC Television Centre.

Four of Nancy's artworks have been selected for the upcoming exhibition Women in Revolt! At Tate Britain.

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