Marianne Nix's work is concerned with the relationship between human activity and nature; The beauty of nature that we find both near and far and the changes happening to it over time. Combining photography, digital tools, traditional printmaking and oil paint glazes and impasto, Nix mixes it up in her paintings and prints which are built up in layers by adding and removing.
Nix studied BA (hons) fashion design, and digital media at MA level and worked as a Documentary film director. She was brought up in the UK and Netherlands and spent three years in Japan and has travelled widely. Focussing entirely on her art since 2003 she is now working from her London studio producing layered and multimedia works that have sold internationally.
Exhibition highlights include Gallery Christian Collin; The international Salon du livre et de l’estampe au Grand Palais, Paris, France (2020,2021). The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (2012,2013), The Masters 2016 (Etching), Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, BITE 2012 Artists making prints, The Mall Galleries and the V&A print collection, London. Exhibiting annually since 2011 with i-contemporary gallery at Affordable Art Fairs.
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