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www.fossegallery.com FOSSE GALLERY, 2010 was the Fosse Gallery’s 30th anniversary year. Still in its splendid original location in the Manor House on the Square, Stow on the Wold - no privately run art gallery in the Cotswolds has been established in the same place for longer - it is often described as one of the most important outside London. It began showing Nicola Slattery's paintings in 2009 and usually has several of her paintings available at any time.
www.mandellsgallery.co.uk MANDELL'S GALLERY is located at the top of Elm Hill in the historic Cathedral Quarter of Norwich. It is one of Norwich and Norfolk's most respected art galleries and was founded in 1965. Originally specialising in 19th Century Norwich School painters, the gallery has expanded greatly and now has a diverse collection of traditional and contemporary art. The gallery will hold its second major solo exhibition of Nicola Slattery's work in April 2014.
www.langhamgallery.com LANGHAM GALLERY is in Lambs Conduit Street - part of the historic Bloomsbury district of London. The gallery offers a fine range of quality paintings from the last 200 years. The gallery began exhibiting Nicola Slattery's paintings in 2008 and included several of her paintings in the well received "Pathways" exhibition in 2013.
www.ronagallery.com RONA GALLERY opened in London's Mayfair in 1985, since when it became renowned for discovering a number of talented modern primitives and magical realists, and introducing them to an enthusiastic public. The gallery began exhibiting Nicola Slattery's paintings in 2003 and has since held three very successful solo exhibitions of her work in addition to including her work in many mixed exhibitions.
The Landmark Midsummer Art Fair Perhaps one of the most pleasant art fairs where artists show their work directly to the public and you can meet upwards of 80 artists together with their work. A lovely venue, a good cafe, and an intimate atmosphere far removed from the hurly burly of most super size art fairs. The fair is a real treat for any art colllector. www.landmarkartscentre
Galleries Magazine A comprehensive guide to whats going on in the UK art world. www.galleries.co.uk
RA Magazine - published quarterly by the Royal Academy. RA Magazine
Mascot Media - publishers of "The Printmakers Cat" (2013) which includes a feature on Nicola Slattery. Also other art related titles. www.mascotmedia.co.uk
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Psychotherapy - sites using images by Nicola Slattery
www.hakomi.co.il A site mostly in Hebrew (but some also in English) about a psychotherapist. The site uses paintings by Nicola Slattery and looks very good and interesting. Michal - the lady whose site it is asked Nicola "...are you familiar with Vipassanna meditation, or some other basic form of Buddhist meditation? do you know what's 'meta'? it's 'loving kindness', a form of an unselfish love and good will for others, some very pure and good energy flowing to help and protect others. anyway, a friend of mine said your paintings are full of meta. which is one of the best complements ever... so I'm sharing this with you." There are many names for the same thing. Someone once wrote a song called.... "Imagine"...
www.jeanpollock.com Jean Pollock is a therapist from Vermont - USA and her site makes interesting use of several of Nicola Slattery's paintings
To be continued...... last updated October 2013