Nancy W. Peidelstein continually expands her horizons, and her art work along with it. She is drawn to many facets of life and invention. Her strong facility with words, paint, and understanding are awkward companions to lifelong eye muscle issues and uncommonly sensitive awareness of her internal and external surroundings. Commonly seen deftly applying paint to canvas, while on moving trains, she is ever so grateful for glasses, the eye surgery she had as a toddler, and the arts and agility-promoting environment of home and public school system of Winnetka, Illinois. Numerous opportunities afforded her late in life, through science studies at the University of Wisconsin system campuses, helped her to understand how to express requirements for her best working environments, and to face, perhaps for the first time, the concept of limitation as a reality. Peidelstein's sensitive, colorful, inspired paintings lighten up and intrigue the imagination in business, healthcare, and residential settings. What you'll find on these pages is only a sampling of a much greater body of work.