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"I have always wanted to work from the human form because of the feelings and emotions it conveys; there is usually a story behind every piece. Light reflects off the bronze surface, irresistible to our touch; this metal is timeless with its own fascinating history."
Nicola has over 30 years experience as a sculptor, exhibiting regularly in London and in Irish galleries. Nicola also produces many of her pieces to private and public commission, the latest of which was an 'Icarus' sculpture for the Olympic Village in London in 2012. Her work has explored many themes over the years, however, it is nearly always based on the human figure whether in an abstract interpritation or in a realistic form. Most of her pieces are cast in bronze, a complex and time consuming process. Over the last few years Nicola has been inspired by the mythological figure of Icarus after learning to fly (in an Ikarus C42) however, her ideas come from anywhere. They can come from a piece of flint or bone found while out walking or from a dream, mythology or something briefly half seen while travelling. We are delighted to represent Nicola's beauitful scultptures in Edinburgh.