From his studio close to the banks of the River Wylye in South Wiltshire, Nick Andrew paints the nearby water-meadows, lakes, forest and especially the river in all seasons and times of day.

Nick also explores themes further afield: since Nick Andrew drawingJanuary 2016 he has been researching London green spaces in his ‘Sticks in the Smoke’ drawing project. Find out more in the projects page and his ‘Sticks in the Smoke’ blog. Nick has recently started a new plein air drawing project ‘A Gap in the Market’: a year- long series of drawings of Salisbury Charter Market, which will be exhibited in Aug- Sept 2021 at Fisherton Mill, Salisbury.

‘First Saturdays’ Open Studio on Saturday 7th November 2020.

We stopped our monthly ‘First Saturdays’ Open Studio exhibitions during lockdown. But we have now restarted them. The next is on Saturday 7 November from 10am- 5pm. For more details read my latest newsletter here. Meanwhile you can still view the Bull Mill virtual Open Studio Exhibition which takes you on a visit at any time through Bull Mill Studio and the cARTshed


‘The Winter Visitor’

‘The Winter Visitor’ has recently been launched, a children’s book written and designed by Nick Andrew, based on a chalk stream. Tanya Hinton has created the enchanting illustrations with unique paintings on reclaimed wood, which will be featured in the exhibition. The book will be launched during the exhibition on the evening of the 28th February. A proportion of sales from the book will be donated to the Wessex Rivers Trust.The-Winter-Visitor-cover-sp

Follow this link to find out more, preview and purchase a copy of ‘The Winter Visitor’.


Find out here about Art Mentoring, Workshops, Courses, Painting ‘Clinic’ and Painting Retreats at Nick’s new cARTshed STUDIO, set within the creative ambience of Bull Mill, and surrounded by stunning riverside, woodland and meadow landscapes. Also cARTshed GIFT VOUCHERS!

awardWinner of the Individual Artists Award 2017 at the Wiltshire Life Awards




Header image ‘Rimiera’  Acrylic on canvas. 107 x 46cm. Go to ‘Rimiera’ page