Category Archives: Posts about the Artwork

Fortune Biscuits, Lino Print Drawing, 200 x 150cm, 2014, Nicola Anthony_detail 4

Fortune Biscuits, 2014, lino-print on board

I was delighted that the Edible Art Movement was invited to collaborate with 4XFOUR – an exciting concept that brings together the art of gastronomy with the world of visual art, featuring internationally acclaimed chefs. For the showcase I am

Fortune Biscuits, Lino Print Drawing, 200 x 150cm, 2014, Nicola Anthony_detail 4

Fortune Biscuits, 2014, lino-print on board

I was delighted that the Edible Art Movement was invited to collaborate with 4XFOUR – an exciting concept that brings together the art of gastronomy with the world of visual art, featuring internationally acclaimed chefs. For the showcase I am

The repository of my dreams, Nicola Anthony, 2014. Saga seeds, glass tubes, book text, assemblage on paper,

The repository of my dreams: from the Saga Seed Series

In my artwork over the past two years, the saga seed has been a constant metaphor and subject. The Saga Seed Series has become symbolic of my time in South East Asia and I’ve had emails flooding in from people asking for

The repository of my dreams, Nicola Anthony, 2014. Saga seeds, glass tubes, book text, assemblage on paper,

The repository of my dreams: from the Saga Seed Series

In my artwork over the past two years, the saga seed has been a constant metaphor and subject. The Saga Seed Series has become symbolic of my time in South East Asia and I’ve had emails flooding in from people asking for

blog img_Great Soul_Nicola Anthony_inside looking down

Artwork on Video: Great Soul, Tokyo, 2014

The Earth, cut into 100s of circular fragments: Artwork by Nicola Anthony Music courtesy of: Gillicuddy, ‘Adventure Darling’   More info about the artwork here. More info about the concept behind the field trip project here.  

blog img_Great Soul_Nicola Anthony_inside looking down

Artwork on Video: Great Soul, Tokyo, 2014

The Earth, cut into 100s of circular fragments: Artwork by Nicola Anthony Music courtesy of: Gillicuddy, ‘Adventure Darling’   More info about the artwork here. More info about the concept behind the field trip project here.  

Great Soul, Nicola Anthony, artwork_tokyo_randoseru, field trip project

The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.

“The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.” Ernest Hemingway Last month I snipped up the Earth. Using a vintage print of the globe as seen from space, I trimmed 100s of small circles, which were then re-assembled as a hovering

Great Soul, Nicola Anthony, artwork_tokyo_randoseru, field trip project

The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.

“The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.” Ernest Hemingway Last month I snipped up the Earth. Using a vintage print of the globe as seen from space, I trimmed 100s of small circles, which were then re-assembled as a hovering

chanting time, (c) Nicola Anthony, 2013

Connect: The web of time

I am pleased to announce that over the last year I was invited to participate in a group dialogue and project with The Fabelist. The final showcase exhibition for this will be in London on 21 November 2013, so please

chanting time, (c) Nicola Anthony, 2013

Connect: The web of time

I am pleased to announce that over the last year I was invited to participate in a group dialogue and project with The Fabelist. The final showcase exhibition for this will be in London on 21 November 2013, so please

Seeds_of_Thought_by Nicola Anthony, 45 x 45 cm, Saga seeds, gold leaf and oyster shell mineral pigment

Eating gold leaf, inhaling paint, creating new work…

Nestled away in my studio I have accidentally become covered in gold leaf, and have had to try very hard not to unwittingly inhale the ground minerals that I used in my latest works, but it was all worth it:

Seeds_of_Thought_by Nicola Anthony, 45 x 45 cm, Saga seeds, gold leaf and oyster shell mineral pigment

Eating gold leaf, inhaling paint, creating new work…

Nestled away in my studio I have accidentally become covered in gold leaf, and have had to try very hard not to unwittingly inhale the ground minerals that I used in my latest works, but it was all worth it:

Image (c) Andrew Tee

Pass It On: A new artwork by Nicola Anthony

Pass It On began with the idea of creating little points of knowledge and connection, which form a narrative from one place to the next, and beyond. Referencing the evolution, shift and migration of many things, the installation seeks to

Image (c) Andrew Tee

Pass It On: A new artwork by Nicola Anthony

Pass It On began with the idea of creating little points of knowledge and connection, which form a narrative from one place to the next, and beyond. Referencing the evolution, shift and migration of many things, the installation seeks to