Nick Bodimeade is a painter of everyday life. His subjects in the past have included dogs, trucks, sheds, chairs, lorries and motorways. In recent work he has concentrated on the beach, a subject with a long term fascination for him.
He says “The beach is like a blank canvas, re-colonised each day, always changing, but with discernible patterns. Its visual structure developing as people respond to terrain, weather, tide and the conventions of personal space.”
He has recently produced several series of prints. Firstly a series of drypoints with chin colle in a small “edition variable”; and secondly a series of woodcuts, some with handcolouring, in an edition of 12, on the subject of lurchers.
Nick Bodimeade lives and paints at the foot of the South Downs by the banks of the river Ouse near Lewes and his work is regularly shown in solo and group exhibitions in London and the South.
|Duration||10 April 2010 - 01 May 2010|
|Times||10:00 to 17:00|
|Venue||Zimmer Stewart Gallery|
|Address||29 Tarrant Street Arundel BN18 9DG, ,|
|Contact||01903 885867 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.zimmerstewart.co.uk|