Nicola Slattery RBA Contemporary Artist
Nicola Slattery RBA Contemporary Artist

Human Nature - an exhibition of recent paintings by Nicola Slattery is on now until 9th May at the Fosse Gallery, Stow on the Wold, England. Below: 'Riding Free' is one of over thirty recent  paintings included in the exhibition. See gallery link below...

"Art for me is all about... ...imagination" 

Nicola Slattery is a prolific and well known painter and printmaker. She has exhibited her work regularly for many years in solo and group exhibitions across the UK and beyond. In March 2015 she was elected to the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA).


Her passion for creating art has been shared with people of various ages and backgrounds. Through her tuition on many art courses and painting holidays she has introduced beginners and other professional artists to new ideas and techniques.


Although most of her time is now committed to painting she continues to run a small number of weekend art courses and the occasional art holiday each year.


"Daisy Chain" is one of over thirty recent paintings included in Nicola Slattery's 'Human Nature' exhibition at the Fosse Gallery, Stow on the Wold, England. Exhibition continues until 9th May.

"wonderfully diverse exhibition"

 "archetypal figures of compelling enigmatic inwardness"


writes Philip Vann, art critic and author of numerous books on modern British and Irish Art in his catalogue essay for this exhibition. 


     "..can hardly be bettered as expressions of a fertile imaginative fantasy"

writes Nicholas Usherwood in April's Galleries Magazine


Paintings are available for purchase directly from the gallery.

Please contact the gallery if you would like to discuss a purchase. Work can be shipped worldwide. 

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'Garland' currently exhibited with the Fosse Gallery

Nicola Slattery works with imagination, feelings and emotions as a painter and printmaker. Her paintings are in public, private and corporate collections around the world. She also tutors a small number of weekend art courses each year near her home in rural south Norfolk. 

Painting with acrylic on wood or printmaking using the drypoint and collagraph technique, Nicola Slattery creates figurative narative images from imagination. Her paintings have enjoyed wide audiences and favourable reviews. They have been chosen for selected exhibitions including those with: New English Art Club, Royal Society of British Artists and the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. 

"Pastoral" medium: acrylic painting on wood - available at the Fosse Gallery

Artistic statement:          

"My daughters play violin in their rooms and sheep graze in the field opposite my Norfolk home. My mind wanders and comes upon a girl playing violin for an appreciative sheep. The seed of an idea germinates and leads to a painting titled "Pastoral". This is how 'art from imagination' works for me."  

Nicola Slattery  March 2015



Gallery recent paintings - media acrylic on wood.





Gallery of hand made limited edition prints.



Nicola Slattery is well known for her distinct style of figurative - narrative paintings. She also has a background in printmaking and has introduced many to the "Collograph" and "Drypoint techniques which she started teaching to other artists back in the 1980's. Since then many have taken up these simple and direct approaches to printmaking after discovering the techniques on one of her weekend art courses.


Original limited edition prints by Nicola Slattery can be found in galleries and have been reproduced in several printmaking books. "The Printmakers Cat" and "The Artful Hare" are both available from publishers Mascot Media.

See the Work Published page for link 

Art courses

Nicola Slattery runs several popular weekend art courses each year at a lovely venue on the Norfolk and Suffolk border. All art materials needed for the weekend course are included in the course fee.


There are many lovely places to stay nearby. Enjoy a lovely art break with a tutor who enjoys teaching art and has many years of experience teaching all levels of ability including complete beginners and artists looking for new approaches to art.


Please click on the Weekend Art Courses button to learn more.

Nicola Slattery's painting "A House for Me" The painting features on the cover of a new collection of poems "House of Small Absences"  by Anne Marie Fyfe due from Seren Books in April; 2015.

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"This is magical art, pure, humorous and strong".

Sister Wendy Beckett, Television art commentator, March 2007

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Painting with Acrylics

Sat/Sun 25 & 26 April

Just one place still available...

Lovely rural south Norfolk venue with many excellent B&B's and other places to stay nearby. Book your spring art break today! 

Find out more telephone: 01986 788853


Printmaking Weekend

Sat/Sun 16th & 17th May

Three places still available!

Learn collagraph and drypoint. These two techniques are great ways to create limited edition prints. Although easy to learn they can be used to create beautiful limited edition prints by anyone. Find out more. Call 01986 788853


Studio visits to view work are welcome but please ring a day or so in advance if possible to arrange a suitable time.

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If you are interested in any work currently with a gallery please contact the gallery directly.


The galleries are friendly and helpful and will often reserve a work for a few days without any obligation until you can view or make your decision. 

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