Storm Rising


This painting was made just after the painting ‘Calm before the Storm’.  The same colour palette was used and a similar technique but in this piece more texture was applied and more layers to create a disturbed surface suggesting the rising of wind in a storm.
This painting is varnished to protect it from dust.

Artist: Nicola Beattie

Product Reference No: A-181990

Additional information

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 50 x 4.5 x 100 cm
(Width x Depth x Height)


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Nicola Beattie

Nicola Beattie creates contemporary sculpture using traditional materials of stone and bronze, working on a series of themes.  After a year at Exeter College of Art, she spent another three years at Wimbledon Art School, London, specialising in carving large sculptures in wood and stone, graduating with a degree in Sculpture in 1990. With stone carvings of up to a metre tall, and plaster forms to be cast in bronze up to 2 metres, her current work is particularly inspired by archaeology (an ongoing series entitled Archae), castles and stone monuments native to Wales, where she grew up and has recently returned to live. Much of her earlier work was inspired by forms and aspects of nature; pods, shells and fossils, light and water - the latter two themes she also explored in a number of paintings. Nicola has 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, and Cork Street Gallery Open competitions. Alongside exhibiting, Nicola has completed a number of contemporary art commissions for both private and corporate clients in the UK. Earlier this year, a bronze commission from further afield saw her work installed in Tai Po, Hong Kong, in the recently built ‘Ontolo’ – a new luxury residence by the sea in Tolo harbour, completed in September 2020. Her work is also held in collections in Germany, Turkey, Poland, Hungary, Greece, Singapore, the Caribbean and Australia. Last year Nicola was awarded The Sculpture Prize in the Visual Art Open Awards 2019.

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