Thrilled to be part of the Creative World!
A little while ago I got the chance to review some quite superb and brand new charcoal called Nitram made in Canada by Dr Sally Bulgin (chief editor of ‘The Artist’ magazine) who kindly asked me to give the readers of this excellent art magazine an in depth appraisal of the new charcoal.
On completion of the article everyone was thrilled with what I wrote and I was thrilled by the work I created with it too!
Since then I’ve been in touch on a regular basis with managing director, entrepreneur and owner of Nitram charcoal Jerzy Jerzy Niedojadlo helping in any way I can to promote this superb charcoal and bring artists attention to its superb and superior drawing qualities, I was thrilled when Jerzy offered me an opportunity to have two of my charcoal and mixed media drawings to be exhibited on the Nitram stand at this years International Art Festival in Frankfurt called ‘Creativeworld’.
This is why Nitram is so good...
...much to the delight of serious artists everywhere, the renowned Nitram Fine Art Charcoal is returning to market. This product’s renaissance comes strictly adhering to the methods and traditions of Nitram’s time-tested processes. Brought back from France to Canada by artist and entrepreneur Jerzy Niedojadlo in January of 2011, the charcoal’s return to the art market has been celebrated by professional artists the world over.
Here are the paintings which will be on show with Nitram at Creativeworld.
Title: Wind blown Pennine landscape
Media: Black and white media on watercolour paper
Size: 24 x 22 inches
Title: High winds over Malham Cove. The Yorkshire Dales
Media: Mixed black and white media on watercolour paperSize: 22 x 24 inches
The Nitram article will be feature in the April ‘15 edition of ‘The Artist’ magazine so do look out for that. Other drawings and lots of my findings are illustrated and featured in the article.
Oh, and by the way, it was Nitram charcoal that helped me get my work accepted into the prestigious Pastel Society at ‘The Mall Galleries' in London for the 2015 exhibition.
I was thrilled about that too!
To learn more about Nitram visit www.nitramcharcoal.com
Nitram charcoal and products can also be bought from www.jacksonsart.com