Nicole Richardson exhibits work in London and Hertfordshire

Written by Jo Atherton

On December 12, 2012

photo(1)Figurative artist Nicole Richardson has had success this month.

Spending the last couple of months experimenting with new techniques has paid off as two of her new pieces have been accepted into exhibitions.

She has work in the UH Eastern Approaches exhibition at the Museum of St.Albans, open until the 2nd of January. The UH annual open submission exhibition has marked itself  out over its eleven years as the definitive annual showcase for local artistic talent.

The Cultivate Gallery, Vyner Street, London have also selected Nicole’s work for their “Art is for life, not just for Christmas” affordable art event. This exhibition of carefully selected art is open until the 23rd of December.

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