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Winchester Market

Most sunny Saturdays

If the weather is good on a Saturday, Nick loves to set up his easel and stall on Winchester High St. 
It is a great chance to watch him paint, chat about the work he has and generally get to know his thoughts and motivations for the paintings.

Lyndhurst Cricket Club

9th July

Nick will be at the Lyndhurst and Ashhurst Cricket Club open day and fun day. He will be both painting and selling his painting with 10% of all painting sales going to support the cricket club.
Please come along for a great day out in the gorgeous New Forest and support the cricket club which is such a great community asset.[]%7D&locale=en_GB

Hampshire Open Studios

19th-28th August

The annual Hampshire Open Studios event is an amazing opportunity to visit Nick's house, gardens and private gallery to view the full range of his creations.
While not all of the garden sculptures are for sale, it can still be fun to hunt for the stone cottage while avoiding the crocodile on the lawn all under the silent gaze of the elephant looking over the fence.

RAG Past & Present

July 8th-15th

As an active member of the Romsey Art Group (RAG), Nick was pleased to have three of his works included in this Diamond anniversary special exhibition.
Worker with Ladder

Brewhouse and Kitchen

A chance conversation at a car show, another of Nick's passions, led to the chance to display his art at this great pub.
The quirky decor of the pub perfectly complemented a number of paintings and sculpture that were displays.

Hanger Farm Arts Centre

Nick enjoyed a successful month long solo exhibition at this vibrant location. 
Hanger Farm combines the gallery area with an stage area for live music and plays as well as a great coffee shop.

Chilworth Manor Hotel

A weekend solo exhibition at the delightful Chilworth Manor Hotel.
Attended  by several hundred happy people  due to a wedding fair held elsewhere in the grounds. 
Paintings make such great wedding gifts.
Worker with Ladder

Palais de Vache

It was a lovely start for Nick's art journey for his first exhibited work and sale to be at Lord Rothschild's personal gallery.
If you find yourself near Exbury it is well worth visiting this delightful gallery just a short distance from Exbury House and Gardens.


This delightful little gift shop in Bishops Waltham holds a secret surprise. As you browse the gifts and curios you may spot the steps into the basement and then wender into a lovely little gallery for local artists.

Southampton Wood Recycling Centre

This is not the most obvious place for an art exhibition but as Nick uses much recycled wood within his sculptures he visits regularly.
This exhibition was exclusively Nick's wooden engravings and sculptures as was appropriate for the location.
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