- 55th Annual Watercolor USA Exhibition; United States
- 200 Years of Indiana Art: A Cultural Legacy; Indiana State Museum; Indianapolis, Indiana
In her paintings, Gnott attempts to capture the significance and reality of one moment in time and to study what appear to be the mundane objects of life, to explore the minute details and to vividly express them on paper with the fluidity of paint. “When people see my work, they often feel a sense of warmth and nostalgia, remembering back to simpler times.” While Gnott’s subjects are commonplace, her paintings are anything but. They show a mastery of light and shadow, and they have an emotional quality that can be felt as well as seen. While her talent and creative abilities continue to win accolades across the Country, her true gratification comes from watching people enjoy the treasures she creates. She continues to reside in South Bend, Indiana with her two black German Shepherds Sweet Baby Brier and Baby Bella.