Nick is known as the Welsh Lowry and has been exhibiting since 1989: The Attic gallery, Swansea marina, the Albany gallery, Cardiff, Fountain Fine Art, Llandeilo, The Russell gallery, Putney, London. He also has work in the National Library of Wales public collection.
He is best known for his paintings of the industrial east-side of Swansea, Swansea Bay, the docks or Kilvey Hill bustling with cats, dogs, people passing by and children playing games in the street. He also regularly paints areas or London, Cardiff and New York.
Nick has worked with many schools and colleges, from pre-school age to adult Education, on demonstrations and various art projects. He also has a theatre background and is an accomplished scenic artist and small prop maker.
• One and two-man exhibitions at The Attic gallery
• Two-man exhibitions at Albany Gallery
• One-man exhibition at Taliesin, Oriel Ceri Richards gallery
• One-man and two-man exhibitions at Fountain Fine Art
• One-man exhibitions at the Russell Gallery
Nick has been compared to artists such as Jack Crabtree and L.S Lowry for his Naïve studies of everyday life. His pallet consists of mainly blues and greys but a small touch of red that draws the viewer to a particular area within the painting - a boy’s football shirt or a little girl’s winter coat or the red sail of a boat.
Maestro, Visa Electron, Delta, Mastercard, Switch, Solo.