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Roy Nicholson’s painting “Pond (31) Nkisi” is on view at The Long Island Museum,Stonybrook NY, until October 2014 in an exhibition titled, “75@75 Treasures From The Collection” The work is prominently displayed on the entrance panel to the exhibition which includes 75 works from the museum’s diverse collection of carriages, decorative arts and paintings.

The Heckscher Museum

by September 29, 2017
Goldfish (49) II FM

On August 5th The Heckscher Museum of Art in Huntington, NY opened Ebb & Flow: Seascape and Shoreline Views, an exhibition of works from the Permanent Collection that reveals varied aspects of the coastal environment and the enduring allure of the sea. Included alongside works by Arthur Dove, Thomas Moran, Stan Brodsky, Betty Parsons, [...] Read more »

The Cape Cod Museum

by June 23, 2017
Cape Cod Installation web copy

A selection of twelve Solarplate etchings from the Toxic Garden (Sweet Pea) series will be on view in the exhibition Printmaking Collaborations: International Masters at The Cape Cod Museum in Dennis, MA, from July 13 to September 17, 2017. This is an exhibition of lithographs and mixed-media prints created collaboratively with Dan Welden as [...] Read more »

The Long Island Museum

by September 9, 2014
Pond (31) (Nkisi)

Roy Nicholson’s painting “Pond ( 31) Nkisi” is currently on view at The Long Island Museum in Stony Brook NY, until October 20 2014. It is prominently displayed on the entrance panel to the exhibition which consists of 75 treasures from the collection to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the museum.  

New Solarplate Print Announced

by February 6, 2013
Toxic Garden (Sweet Pea) 6

A new variable edition of 19 solarplate prints has recently been produced at the workshop of Dan Welden of Hampton Editions. Here are five examples from the edition titled: Toxic Garden (Sweet Pea) “Roy Nicholson’s Toxic Garden, an edition of 19 solarplate monoprints… create an exquisite tableau that belies the toxic nature of the sweet pea plant in [...] Read more »