Working from his studio in an old watermill on the River Wylye in South Wiltshire, Nick draws inspiration from the surrounding landscape.
The full-time painter and lecturer graduated in art and graphic design and has paintings in a range of public and private collections, from Lloyd's Bank to the Houses of Parliament.
He is particularly interested in the abstract qualities of landscapes, including the multilayering of fauna, the depths of the forest and the movement, rhythm and colour of field grasses.
Nick explains: "I have spent much of the past two decades working in a beautiful area with rivers, ponds, water meadows and woodland. I observe the changes from day to day, and season to season. I'd like to think that through my paintings I convey a sense of the movement, along with my own solitary experience of this landscape."
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