The brilliant Sonia Goulding has written a feature article (for Welsh Country online magazine) on Nick, and how his sculpture practise has evolved. It’s difficult to discuss the world of sculpture and form using words, but Sonia has a gift with them – have a read!
A big thank you to both Sonia, and Welsh Country magazine.
“Nick continues to work in his quiet and determined way. Principled in his approach, and fiercely passionate, he has remained independent of means, and therefore of thought and artistic direction. His sculptures are deeply personal responses to the people and the landscapes which move him to creativity, the beauty and emotion he sees in shape and form made real, sculpture as a gracious, never-ending dance.”
Source: The Sculptor
Jade Jones has won Olympic Gold a second time for Taekwondo. Last time, I developed a macquette for a proposed statue, which can be seen here.
Helfa Gelf Christmas Exhibition
Oriel Clwyd Theatr Cymru, curated by Jonathan LeVay.
6 December 2014–17, January 2015.
Private view Saturday 6th December, 5.30–7pm.
I am delighted to have had four pieces of my work chosen for the exhibition!
Work in progress on several sculptures in Nick’s garden studio (whilst the weather allows!) – Tim Johnson working with Nick, in association with his studies at art college.
Photos by David Johnson
A gallery of small scale pieces on garden display.
Images © David Allen & Nick Eames
Working on the clay enlargement.
Howl in Arrow Park
Howl at the Williamson
Maquette of the Howl.
Pictures of an early work ‘Howl’ can be seen here.
This gallery contains 12 photos.
Sculptures on display at the theatre. They are all for sale, so if you are interested please make contact with the theatre shop. Theatr Clwyd is in Mold, Flintshire, and is in effect the National Theatre for Wales. Click on … Continue reading
On Monday 18th February, 14 small pieces went on show at the theatre.
Here is a general shot of the glass case, which is situated in the Theatre main bar.
From next Monday, I will be displaying a collection of my small pieces at Theatre Clwyd in Mold, North Wales. They will be for sale at the theatre. I will post pictures and a list of what is available in the next few days.
‘The Ferryman’ – shown by kind permission of David Allen.
Photo © David Allen and Nick Eames
This gallery contains 7 photos.
After a break over the Christmas holiday, I am back at work in and outside the studio. The work on ‘Teulu’ is going ahead, and I am planning to have the sculpture in place in the Spring of this year. … Continue reading