Posted on December 4, 2011
Over the next three months, copies of Nick’s book TEN will be touring select venues throughout the UK with Nick also being available to sign copies of the limited edition book.
Mandell’s handle it…
Kicking the tour off was Mandell’s Art Gallery in the cosmopolitan Elm Hill in Norwich who took possession of one of the fabulous deluxe versions of the book, which is strictly limited to only 200 copies.
The second venue on the tour was the contemporary Storm Fine Arts in Burnham Market who were hosting a private viewing to celebrate Christmas.
The evening was rounded off with a signing of the standard edition, which is limited to only 1,000. Two deluxe versions are currently on sale in the gallery, so why not pop along and see one for yourself?
More dates will follow soon so keep visiting the blog for information as it unfolds.
Posted on December 1, 2011
Posted on November 30, 2011
Posted on November 27, 2011
We’ve just agreed to license the online sales of Nick’s fine art images to specialist music art and book publishers Red Label Publishing from 2012.
Specialists in high quality, contemporary, limited edition, fine rock art to collect or lease, Red Label will be the exclusive online supplier for some brilliant new products featuring Nick’s work.
This is really exciting news and are looking forward to a long and positive relationship with them.
More news will follow in the new year, but in the meantime you can check them out at: www.redlabelpublishing.com
Posted on November 25, 2011
Especially in time for the festive season, we’re letting you know where you can buy some stunning fine art images of Nick’s wonderful photography in our Twelve Images for Christmas, starting 1st December.
So, if you’re looking for that extra special present for your loved one this Christmas, or just want to join in the fun, follow us on the social networks we’re active on and enjoy the show.
Posted on November 4, 2011
Just after the music industry is starting to recover from the loss of income due to music downloads, it is facing a new challenge in the form of increasing fees from the Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL), which grants copyright licences for artists to play music in public places.
We have one message: KEEP MUSIC LIVE!
Posted on July 29, 2011
Nick was interviewed from the Cambridge Folk Festival by BBC TV for their Look East programme to talk about his debut book TEN-A Decade In Images.
Here’s another chance to watch part of it: