New Collection For A New Gallery

Cara Dillon

We delivered the enigmatic Celtic Queens collection to Storm Fine Arts today for a new exhibition opening from Easter in the quaint location of Burnham Market in Norfolk. What better way of spending a bank holiday than a trip to the coast and a browse round the gallery?

Festival Season Warms Up

Today’s sunshine shows the promise of a wonderful summer ahead and the studio is buzzing planning the schedule for the festival season. Until then though, there’s loads to do and we’re enjoing selecting and post-producing images for the new Radio Seagull and Planet Rock collections.

We’re Gonna Dance & Sing!

 Planet Rock

In the words of Led Zeppelin from Celebration Day: “We are gonna dance and sing.” And we are celebrating again today as we’ve just agreed another new affiliation partnership, this time with the UK’s classic rock station Planet Rock. The radio station for people who love classic rock, Planet Rock’s DJs include Alice Cooper, Rick Wakeman and Jo Bonamassa. Nick’ll be producing a limited edition collection of some of his heroes exclusively for their listeners. That’s rock and roll!

Henley Exhibition

Studui Gallery

Discussions are well underway with The Studio Gallery in Henley-on-Thames about the launch of another exhibition. More on that one soon!

Never Felt More Like Singing The Blues

Joe Bonamassa - Blues BrothersVan Morrison - Blues Brothers

If sometimes you’ve never felt more like singing the blues, then why not check out Blues Brothers, the latest limited edition collection to be released in the UK Tour 100 section.

“Nick’s photos hit the spot”

Her Come The Boys Feedback from Here Comes The Boys has been great!

Angela Albiston, Curator and Co-owner of the Galler @TheDome said: “We wanted this exhibition to ooze testosterone and what better way than to have quality photographs by Nick Elliott, one of the country’s top rock photographers, of some of the biggest male names in rock!”

“We had one guy at the preview literally foaming at the mouth with excitement and pointing wildly from one image to the next – he was like a kid in a candy store! For me this is what art is all about. We want people to enjoy it and Nick’s photographs hit the spot.”

New Art Collection Goes Down A Storm

Media coverage: Norfolk On My Mind