Nancy Hurst is a North Carolina born artist who lives today in Kernersville, NC, with her husband and three inscutable cats. A self-taught artist, Nancy began her study of fraktur at Old Salem, the living history museum in Winston-Salem, NC.
Hurst enjoys the artistic and folk qualities of the fraktur form and welcomes inclusion in the Directory of Traditional American Crafts. Hurst's art is sold at the Moravian Book and Gift Store in the heart of Old Salem.
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