This piece in Australian Talcstone is another in the Vessels series the artist has been working on this year (2018). Similar to Altarpiece, this piece also has a small amount of uncarved stone contrasting with the smooth and polished areas making up the majority of the sculpture. It is bolted to the alabaster base and sits on a black granite slab as part of the overall piece. This sculpture was also inspired by manipulation of natural materials by mankind.

Artist: Nicola Beattie

Product Reference No: A-181952

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Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 25 x 23 x 28 cm
(Width x Depth x Height)


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Nicola Beattie

Nicola studied both Painting and Sculpture at Exeter College of Art and Design; she then went on to specialize in Sculpture at Wimbledon College of Art in London, gaining a BA Hons degree in Fine Art Sculpture. She makes large indoor pieces in plaster to be cast in bronze, alongside carving in alabaster and polyphant stone. She also paints large canvases when exploring a theme further in 2D. Since 2013  Nicola has been working on a series of sculptures and paintings inspired by God and water baptism focusing on water and light. The sculptures consist of a number of stone and alabaster sculptures as well as several large plaster sculptures based on a water drop form to be cast in bronze. The paintings are mainly medium to large and painted in acrylics and oils, focusing on light and texture, similar to the sculptures. Her work has been exhibited both abroad and throughout the UK. London exhibitions and galleries include: The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, The Mall Galleries, The Menier Gallery, Sotheby’s Art Gallery, The Gallery and Gallery 27 Cork Street. Alongside exhibiting, Nicola has completed a number of contemporary art commissions for both private and corporate clients in the UK, her work is also held in collections in Germany, Turkey, Poland, Hungary, Singapore, the Caribbean and Australia.

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