Nicola Slattery RBA
Nicola Slattery RBA  

Forthcoming Exhibitions: 

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Imagine... an exhibition of paintings and prints hosted by Nicola Slattery RBA.

 

One week only -  meet the artist

 

3rd to 9th December 2020

Open 10.30 to 5pm  

 

ARTSPACE Woodbridge

64 Thoroughfare, Woodbridge,

IP12 1AL,  Suffolk.

 

Situated in the beautiful and historic

Old Apothecary in the heart of Woodbridge. With traditional independant shops, christmas decorations and more it's a perfect place to visit. COVID guidelines followed. 

CAR PARKING: Free car parking is available on many streets. Just a minutes walk from the gallery is a large pay and display car park.  

Please click for map and  Visitor Information

 

Image: Poised with Pears a recent painting - acrylics on wood. 

"Crown of Tulips"  a collagraph limited edition print. There are just 10 prints in the edition and due to the hand made nature of collagraph printmaking each print is unique.  

 

Image size 30 x 30 cms. Framed size 56  x 54 cms  Available framed £445 or unframed £350 

 

Created during the recent "lockdown"

Nicola Slattery said of this print: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The print will be included in the exhibition: 

In Print: 2020 Vision
5 November 2020 - 10 January 2021
Free admission | All works for sale
Watts Contemporary Gallery

"Our annual show In Print returns for its fourth year, featuring twice our usual number of printmakers in order to support more artists and makers in what has been a challenging year. In Print 20:20 Vision will showcase work by 20 artists working in a diverse range of printmaking techniques and will include several new works created during lockdown by artists such as Mychael Barratt, Sam Marshall and Nicola Slattery."  Watts Contemporary Gallery 

Watts Gallery – Artists' Village is an art gallery in the village of Comptonnear Guildford in Surrey. It is dedicated to the work of the Victorian-era painter and sculptor George Frederic Watts. The gallery has been Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England since June 1975. Wikipedia The Artists Village was Voted Tourist Destination of the Year 2018/19, there is also a noteable Tea Shop and many other reasons to visit. The exhibition will include over 100 framed and unframed prints from the twenty participating artists priced from £50.

More information including opening times and how to get there at: 

www.wattsgallery.org.uk/whats-on/print-2020-vision

The following galleries usually have several works by Nicola Slattery either on display or in store. Please look at their web sites and ask to see any works of interest in person. They are all very freindly and helpful and will be really pleased to see you. None of them will try any hard sell but will instead leave you to peacefully view the work that they have available. Please contact the relevant gallery for invitations to openings and private views or simply call in and see what's on the wall.

 

Langham Gallery                    

34 Lambs Conduit Street

London

WC1N 3LE

Tel: 020 72420010

web: www.langhamgallery.com    Regularly changing selection of paintings - check gallery web site for details.

 

Fosse Gallery            

The Square

Stow on the Wold

Gloucestershire

GL54 1AF

Tel: 01451 831319 

web: www.fossegallery.com         Work included in seasonal and other themed exhibitions throughout the year

                                  

Mandell's Gallery   

Elm Hill

Norwich

NR3 1HN

Tel: 01603 626892

web: www.mandellsgallery.co.uk  Solo Exhibition of Nicola Slattery's paintings and limited edition prints. 5th to 26th June 2021

 

Cork Brick Gallery  

6 Earsham Street

Bungay

Suffolk

NR35 1AG

Tel 01986 894873

web: www.corkbrickgallery.co.uk

 

Studio visits also welcome - please phone ahead before travelling as opening times may be eratic.

The Cartlodge Art Studio

Mill Road

Alburgh

Harleston

Norfolk

IP20 0DS

 

Tel: 01986 788853

 

email: artpeople@btopenworld.com 

 

'Moonlit Dog' is 'collagraph print. The plate used to create a collagraph print is a card base with material which may include paper, fabric, leaves, string, etc applied with glue to create texture. Other marks are created by incising into the card.

 

The ephemeral nature of the finished plate means that only a handful of finished prints can be taken ensuring a truly "limited edition". In this case only six prints exist in the edition and a couple of "artist proofs" taken at the outset to check and get things right.

 

There is a weekend "Printmaking" art course which Nicola is running at her studio on Saturday and Sunday 25th & 26th April 2020. For full details of this and other weekend art courses please see the Art Courses page 

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