Nic Webb

Nic Webb studied painting at Brighton University, graduating in 1994.He has since worked as an artist and maker with focus on wood and clay.

His making is both traditional and experimental, producing work that he expresses to forces and happenings that are beyond the makers control.

'Human making is delicately bound to the materials of the natural world. As we interact with our surroundings we realise and learn of this interconnection. As makers, we are able to explore our world and express out thoughts freely. Freedom is our greatest privilege and in turn, responsibility becomes our only duty.'

Nic's work is shown internationally, he tutors and lectures on elemental making and lives and works in East Sussex.


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