We are Nice’n Easy is a collaborative endeavor by artists Allison Matherly (b.1990) and Jeffrey Noble (b.1987). Matherly received her BFA in installation and sculpture from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston in 2012. Noble received his BFA from New World School of the Arts in Miami FL in 2013. The now husband and wife duo met in Miami FL while working at the Institute of Contemporary Art Miami and began collaborating under the name, we are nice’n easy. we are nice’n easy focuses on creating immersive mixed media installations and developing a visually cohesive subtropical vernacular with their material choices and use of repeated motifs. often referencing themes of self-help, recovery and interpersonal dependency, their fabricated environments utilize romantic tropes to enhance the collective truisms between participants and create a platform for intimate exchange.
We are nice’n easy maintains a studio in Miami and has exhibited works at Locust Projects, Spinello Projects, Art and Cultural Center of Hollywood, Young at Art Museum and The Bass Museum. They have realized several public art projects throughout South Florida commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Miami-Dade Art in Public Places, Miami Beach Art in Public Places, Broward Public Art & Design, Downtown Hollywood mural project, among other private commissions. Their mural "off the deep end" won the Miami New Times “Best Mural” of 2017. They were winners of a South Florida Cultural Consortium Grant in 2018 and in 2019 and awarded a fellowship as artists in residence in everglades