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1977
Born London

1995-96
North Oxon School of Art,
Foundation Art & Design

1996-99
Sheffield Hallam University,
BA (Hons) Fine Art. (1st class)

1997-98
Five months student exchange,
Vancouver, Canada

1999-00
Lived and worked in Vancouver

2001-02
Artist in Residence,
Intaglio Printmaker, London

2002-03
Marjory Field Award,
Oxford Printmakers

2008
International visiting artist
Cork Printmakers

2003-Present
Member
East London Printmakers

2010-11

Chair
East London Printmakers

2011 Moved to Margate

 

Nick Morley is an artist and illustrator based in Margate. He
makes prints and drawings in his studio at the Pie Factory
A particular passion is linocuts, which Nick promotes through
his Linocutboy blog, exhibitions, writings and workshops.

Illustration commissions include book covers for Penguin,
Faber & Faber and The Folio Society, thirteen drawings
for Frankie Boyle's book Work, Consume, Die and a front
cover for Icon magazine

The major themes running through Nick’s personal work
are masculinity, heroism, human achievement and man’s
efforts to leave his mark on the world.

Nick has exhibited widely across the UK and abroad. His
work has been featured in Telegraph magazine and a BBC2
documentary about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
in which it was picked out as a favourite by Vic Reeves.

Stockists of Nick's work include Material in Ludlow, Frank
in Whitstable and For Arts Sake in London. A selection of
prints is also available online through Etsy