In our series 6sqft Studio Visits, we take you behind the scenes of the city’s up-and-coming and top designers and artists to give you a peek into the minds, and spaces, of NYC’s creative force. In this installment we take a tour of painter and sculptor Nancy Pantirer’s imaginative Tribeca studio. Want to see your studio featured here, or want to nominate a friend? Get in touch!
When artist Nancy B. Pantirer opened up her studio for this year’s Inside Tribeca Loft Tour, guests were swooning over everything from the high ceilings to the eclectic furniture, and of course, her incredible paintings, many of which are done in a large-scale format. But what really left an impression was Nancy’s welcoming nature, evident as she chatted with almost everyone who passed through her space, telling them a bit about herself, her work, and the neighborhood. Eager to share this with our readers, 6sqft was lucky enough to get a private tour of Nancy’s space, where she filled us in on her process, design choices, and how she feels Tribeca has changed since she arrived in 1995.