Shelton Herald, January 24, 2021
“Elation and disbelief:’ Shelton artist’s work earns prominent placement in Rome, Washington, D.C.”
CTInsider, January 24, 2021
“Shelton artist’s work really is world class“
New Haven Register, January 25, 2021
“Shelton artist’s work really is worldwide“
Connecticut Post, January 25, 2021
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Jill Nichols’s painting served as backdrop for former FBI Director’s “Face the Nation” interview. Jill only became aware of the August 23, 2020 airing when she first read my messages from viewers that reached out. One viewer’s comment, “Saw Mr. Comey on Face the Nation. The painting struck me like a thunderbolt. Found it and you! Magnificent! Sarah U. Read More.
Jill Nichols’s painting appears in “The Comey Rule” in the former FBI Director’s office. This is the story of how my painting of the Grand Canyon found its way into former FBI Director James Comey’s Office and the CBS/Showtime TV show “The Comey Rule”. Read More.
Jill Nichols Interviews with Lisa Scails at the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut. Jill speaks to her ‘aha’ moment, inspiration from nature and science, understanding beauty and what art can bring to a time like this (during Covid-19). “Artists reflect the soul. We’re laid bare more than at any other time. We’re being asked to look at ourselves and the way we live our lives. I think that artists have the innate sense of getting in there and figuring out what that is and reflecting what we’re all feeling and thinking.” Artists Sunday, November 29, 2020.