Nofa Dixon

Nofa Dixon, an artist with over 40 years of experience, has significantly impacted the Jacksonville community. She played a key role in shaping the art program at William M. Raines High School and served as Curator Education at the Jacksonville Art Museum. During her 18-year tenure at the University of North Florida, Dixon taught various art forms and oversaw the creation of 18 campus murals and mosaic images. Recently retired as a Professor Emerita, Dixon's art reflects a blend of her Mid-Eastern upbringing and American influences, featuring bold, colorful elements alongside subtle expressions. Her diverse portfolio spans clay forms, painting, drawing, and collage, showcasing a curious and adventurous spirit. Dixon's work has been featured in galleries nationwide and acquired by prestigious collections globally, including public commissions for notable establishments.