Marianne Nix Art in Hampstead London
Marianne’s artwork is concerned with accumulated influences, legacy and ideas.
Working on her art in Hampstead London, Marianne is creating a series of landscape related works that are closely linked to her local surroundings and those who live and have lived there such as Piet Mondrian, Sigmund Freud, Keats, Henry Moore.
Charles Darwin and JD Hooker correspondence
As part of an ongoing series of work Marianne Nix is researching the correspondence of Charles Darwin and JD Hooker during their long friendship and exchange of ideas before Charles Darwin published The Origin of Species.
Photography, digital tools, traditional oil painting, printing
Marianne Nix’s work combines photography, the use of digital tools, traditional oil painting and printing techniques.
Exhibited widely, Collected Internationally
Marianne Nix work is exhibited with i-contemporary art at the Affordable Art Fair Hampstead and Battersea. Selected for exhibition with the Printmakers Council in various UK exhibitions, the Mall Galleries (2012), The Royal Society of Painter Printmakers (2016), the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (2012, 2013), and the Victoria & Albert museum print collection London.
Middlesex University London MA digital interactive media 1999
University of Gloucestershire BA(hons) fashion design 1982
University of the Creative Arts Farnham – Arts foundation 1978
Related work experience
Director/Producer cultural video documentaries NHK Japan Broadcasting 1989-1998
Digital media product manager Vodafone 2000 – 2003
Victoria & Albert Museum London Print collection, Private collections in the UK, Norway, Italy, Germany, USA, Canada, Australia
National Open Art Competition 2014
Threadneedle prize 2012
Royal Institute of Oil Painters 2013
Publications & Press:
British International Mini print exhibition catalogue ISBN 9780906067031