Nicola Hicks  (British, 1960) 

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Nicola Hicks Biography
1960   Born: London, UK
1978 - 1982   Chelsea College of Art, London, UK
1982 - 1985   Royal College of Art, London, UK
Selected Exhibitions
2010   Exhibitionism, The art of Display, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London
2010   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London
2010   Small is Beautiful XXVIII, Flowers Central, London
2010   Nicola Hicks, Cliffe Castle Museum Keighley, Bradford (solo)
2010   Nicola Hicks, Lister Park, Cartwright Hall, Bradford (solo)
2009   A Walk in the Park, Flowers Cork Street, London (solo)
2009   Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London
2009   Animals Contemporary Vision, Martin Institute, Turin, Italy
2009   Small is Beautiful: Nursery Rhymes, Flowers East, London
2009   40 Years On, Flowers East, London
2009   Life Vividly Lived, Inishturkbeg, Flowers Central, London
2009   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London
2008   Circus, Flowers Central, London (solo)
2007   Flowers, New York (solo)
2007   Eden Rock Hotel, St Barts (solo)
2007   Animal Etchings, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Yarralumla, Australia (solo)
2007   Heads, Catmose Gallery, Rutland
2006   25th Anniversary Exhibition, Beaux Arts, Bath
2006   Drawing Inspiration, Abbot Hall Gallery, Kendal
2006   New Works by Gallery Sculptors, Flowers Central, London
2006   Heads, Flowers East, London
2006   Sculpture, Drawings and Prints, Flowers & Flowers Graphics, London (solo)
2005   Contemporary Nudes, Flowers East, London, UK
2005   Sculpture Gallery, Flowers East, London, UK
2005   Small is Beautiful XXIII, Flowers Central, London, UK
2005   Sculptures and Drawings, Flowers East, London, UK
2005   5 Figurative Sculptors, Flowers Central, London, UK
2005   Small is Beautiful, Flowers Central, London, UK
2005   Angela Flowers Gallery 35th Anniversary Exhibition, Flowers Central, London, UK
2005   Abbot Hall, Kendal (solo)
2004   Nicola Hicks, Flowers, New York
2004   Flowers West at Keller and Greene, Keller and Greene, Los Angeles
2004   Presence, Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln
2004   Sculpture in the Park 2004, Durham County Coucil, Durham
2004   NAKED, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
2004   Nicola Hicks at the Henley Regatta, Henley
2004   Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
2003   Nicola Hicks, New Grafton Gallery, London
2003   Nicola Hicks at Newby Hall, Yorkshire
2003   Sculpture at Schoenthal Monastery, Langenbuck, Switzerland
2003   Monuments to Love, Flowers East, London
2002   Flowers Central, London
2000   Angela Flowers' Choice, Flowers East, London
2000   Holland Park Sculpture Exhibition
2000   Wild Tigers of Bandhavgarh – The Burrell Collection
1999   Flowers West, Santa Monica, California
1999   Galerie Rachlin LeMarie Beaubourg, Paris
1999   Outrageous Fortune, Ferens Art Gallery Hull
1999   Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
1999   Figurative Works on Paper, Flowers East
1999   2 Nude Drawings, Artmonsky Art
1998   Outrageous Fortune, Flowers East at London Fields, London
1998   Galerie Rachlin Lemarié Beaubourg, Paris
1998   Academicians exhibition, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
1998   Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
1998   British Figurative Art Part 2: Sculpture, Flowers East, London
1996   Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales
1996   Flowers East, London
1996   Furtive Imagination,Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
1995   Djanogly Art Gallery, University of Nottingham
1995   Kings Lynn Arts Centre, Norfolk
Selected Public Collections
  Castle Museum, Norwich
  Hakone Open Air Museum
Literature
1999   James Dellingpole, Benedict Read, Ann Elliott, Will Self, Anthony Denselow, Nicola Hicks, monograph
1998   Will Self, The Camel that broke the Straw’s back, catalogue essay, November
1997   Laura Stewart, Animals Under The Skin, The Daily Telegraph, 3 February
1995   Tony Warner, The Artist, June
1995   William Packer, Financial Times, 18 July
1995   Sue Hubbard, Time Out, 19-26 July
1995   David Wooton, What's On, 19 July
1994   Lesley Garner, The Daily Telegraph, 29 January
1994   Daniel Farson, The Mail on Sunday, 6 February
1994   Rosalin Sadler, Modern Painters, Spring