Art Commissions by Nicola slattery have been completed for a wide variety of clients. The summary provides a brief overview of some recent work. If you would like to discuss a possible contemporary art commission please telephone 01986 788 853
Client: JD Wetherspoon plc: Produce four site specific pieces of work to hang in the Troll Cart pub in Gt. Yarmouth.
Client: Corporate Fame Consultants: Paint an image of 'Fame' personified as a female character bringing colour to those she touches. The image being subsequently reproduced as a mailshot card.
Client: Cardiff City: Design a colour cover for a seasonal brochure.
Client: Eastern Touring Agency: Create the designs for six post cards depicting various activities that regional arts centres offer in East Anglia.
Client: Private Collector: Large scale painting depicting 'The Last Supper'.
Client: South Norfolk District Council: Colaborate with several small rural communities to develop designs to be cast in bronze as way markers for part of the Boudica Way long distance footpath
Client: Individual Parents: Develop a life specific work of art for a twelve year old girl.
Client: Private Collector: Painting including people and a hare.
Above: Title: The Great Hare. Medium: Acrylic on Board. Sold
Client: Private Collector: Painting based on an existing painting but with alterations to reflect specific individuals:
Title: Miles of Thread completed and sold January 2013
Client: Alburgh with Denton C of E Primary School Produce large scale wall mural for school library with the aim of inspiring reading.
Client: Private collector: Produce a painting inspired by and reflecting upon the lives shared with several much loved cats and dogs.
Above - work in progress - a first rough sketch to agree basic idea and composition - this is an important stage for all concerned after which I work on my own with the aim of achieving a work true to my own style and vision but which (hopefully) is also close to what the client is expecting.
Below - the finished painting - I'd given it the title "Tree of Love" as it is based on the idea of the love for cats and dogs and the love they return. Someone then pointed out to me that I had inadvertantly created a heart shape in the branches behind the cat which is perhaps a coincidence or the result of an unconcious process?
Above: Title: "Tree of Love" medium acrylic on wood Size: 6o x 70 cms
If you would like to discuss a painting commission idea please telephone 01986 788853 any day 9am - 9pm
last updated May 2013