Created by Andrea Nutt Falce     copyright 2016

publications

"the florence acadmey of art:

the first 25 years, 1991-2016"

allison malafronte

2015

Life site news

april 17, 2012

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/artist-motherhood-has-taught-me-everything

"americans in Florence during the 20th century"

jeffrey begeal

garden & gun

September 2007

http://gardenandgun.com/article/andrea-nutt

 

the post and courier

"Best bets in art openings"

september 2005

charleston, sc usa

Shows

"autumn exhibition" 

october 2017, anazao galleries,

jacksonville, fl. usa

"life site news 15th anniversary gala"

spring 2012

herdon, va. usa

"Gems of the grenning gallery holiday exhibition"

autumn 2007, grenning gallery

sag harbor, ny. usa

"florence academy of art exhibition"

summer 2007, brigham galleries

nantucket, ma. usa

"Third annual florence academy alumni exhibition"

spring 2007, corsini stables

florence, italy

"slow art exhibition"

autumn 2006, ann long fine art

atlanta, ga. usa

"water exhibition"

summer 2006, brigham galleries

natucket, ma. usa

"italian group show"

summer 2006, solomon gallery

dublin, ireland

"Florence Acadmey exhibition"

spring 2006, w.h. patterson

london, england

"second annual Florence academy "alumni Exhibition

winter 2006, corsini family stables

florence, italy

"Andrea Nutt, solo painting exhibition"

summer 2005, ann long fine art Gallery

Charleston, sc.  usa

Andrea Nutt Falce was born in 1981.  She began formal artistic training at age fourteen studying figure drawing at the University of the Arts, Philadelphia.  She earned a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art with a minor in Art History from The George Washington University at age nineteen.  Andrea is the recipient of a Presidential Art Scholarship Award. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with membership in the Golden Key and Phi Beta Kappa International Honor Societies.

 

Upon completion of studies in Washinton, D.C., Andrea moved to Florence, Italy to continue her training.  There, she lived and worked dedicating herself to the strict discipline of classical realism for nearly four years. Andrea earned an Atelier Certificate in Drawing and Painting from the Florence Acadmey of Art. She also contributed to the Florence Academy as a drawing instructor.

 

In 2005, Andrea returned to the United States to open a private painting studio.  Since that time, the artist has lived and worked in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Puerto Rico, the Great Lakes Area, the Gulf and First Coasts.  She taught at Brenau University and exhibited in notable galleries between the US and Europe. 

Her work has been featured in newspapers, magazines and books.  

 

The artist currently resides with her husband and their four young children near Jacksonville, Florida painting almost exclusively by private commission.

 

Andrea is inspired in landscape, portrait, figurative and sacred art. She is devoted to her craft with faith that true beauty possesses the qualities of transcendence which uplift the human spirit.