Nancy Cupp


My style is a combination of abstraction and realism. I like the water based media like acrylics, watercolor, and occasionally colored pencil for my work.

I've found that art is a very spiritual experience for me as I study the minute details in God's creation. In the last few years, I have turned my art into more of a worshipful experience. Although most of my subject matter doesn't necessarily look "religious", it had great meaning for me. Each painting symbolizes a deeper spiritual meaning and comes with a story of hope and inspiration.

About a year ago, I asked my pastor if I could paint during church and he let me. Now I have my own little space in the back of the church set up where i paint each Sunday. It has been a real challenge, but, it has stretched my creativity and led to some unusual paintings that I never thought of before.

I want my art to offer hope, inspiration, healing, and point people to the peace found only through Jesus Christ.



paintings done during church services

These are some of the paintings that I have done while painting during church services.

Trust Me “Trust Me”

22 x 30 inches watercolor.

Isaiah 61:1 “Isaiah 61:1”

22 X30 watercolor, prints available

Let It Flow “Let It Flow”

Let it flow
22x30 watercolor by Nancy Cupp
©2013 Nancy Cupp

Angel Fire “Angel Fire”

16 x 20 acrylic and metalic gold paint on Eucaboard

Regeneration “Regeneration”

16x20 acrylic on hardboard

Angel Dance “Angel Dance”

16 x 20 acrylic on canvas, sold. prints available

Mercy “Mercy”

22x30 watercolor on paper. sold
prints available


A collection of watercolors

Wisdom “Wisdom”

22x30 watercolor on arches 300 coldpress paper

Sar Shalom “Sar Shalom”

watercolor. Sar Shalom means Prince of Peace

Yeshua “Yeshua”

22X30 watercolor

Colored Pencil

I use Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils

Torah “Torah”

I am taking a class in Hebrew and wanted to include it in my art

Toward The Light “Toward The Light”

John 8:12* Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.

Yah “Yah”

Part of my series of The Word in One Word, a study of one word from the Bible.
Psalm 68:4* Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name JAH, and rejoice before him. KJV

Hallelujah “Hallelujah”

Praise the Lord
©2013 by Nancy Cupp, all rights reserved. 9 X 12 Original drawing on 300 series Strathmore Bristol Smooth Paper with Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils

Adonai “Adonai”

9X12 Colored pencil drawing
My Lords

Shalom “Shalom”

9x12 Prismacolor Premium Colored Pencil
on Strathmore 300 Series 100 lb. Bristol Smooth Paper

Agape “Agape”

9X12 Colored pencil drawing

Fantas Eyes “Fantas Eyes”

done in felt markers