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New Visions IV

  NEW VISIONS IV ABOUT NEW VISIONS IV The Grant Bradley Gallery is proud to present the latest New Visions exhibition. New Visions is the gallery’s annual open submissions show that aims to represent a broad cross section of the current arts scene in Bristol and...

Nix Nought Nothing album cover

The Storm by Nix Nought NothingPersonal friend and talented musician, Nix Nought Nothing asked me to paint the cover for his new album “The Storm”. Always having wanted to paint a cover for an album I jumped at the chance.“Written and recorded in...

Artist in residence interview

Beth Nicholas is working in an Artist In Residents position in England and is allowing us to get an inside view of the role, and her part in it. I thinks it’s a great chance for us to all learn more about ways artists can interact with various communities and in this...

Commission at Bridgewater House, Bristol

A little while ago I was asked to produce a commission for Interior Designer, David Hutton. David’s plan was to enlarge a painting of mine and use it as a feature wall in Bridgewater House, a new office space by the harbour in Bristol. A fantastic project to...

Don’t miss The Energy of Painting

Artists Carl Melegari and Beth Nicholas investigate “the pure energy of painting” in this typically appetising monthly exhibition at Clifton’s Innocent Fine Art. Carl is a talented Bristol painter specialising in powerful, semi-abstract portraits of...

Beth Nicholas

portrait webInternationally exhibited artist Beth Nicholas studied Textile Design at The University of the West of England and graduated in 2004.

From Bristol she moved to London for a little under a decade, working in costume for film, television and theatre and teaching arts and craft workshops to a wide variety of people and children from under privileged backgrounds.

In 2009, Beth was offered a post as an Artist in residence at Wycombe Abbey school for Girls. The residency helped Beth focus and build a strong foundation for her practise, exploring both femininity and textures and introducing her to the concept of Wabi-Sabi.

Returning to London in 2011 Beth was taken on by a well established gallery in West London, Fiumano Fine Art and has been exhibiting in art fairs and exhibitions both nationally and internationally since. This year has seen Beth gain representation by three more galleries, East London’s Curiouse Duke Gallery and Degree Art as well as Innocent Fine Art in Clifton, Bristol.