Niki Cotton Art

Posted 11th April 2018 in blog

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Does anyone else struggle to name their work? It’s like naming your kids. It comes with soooo much baggage. I’m the worst at making the decision. Sometimes they arrive with a name (like the kids) and other times they want to remain anonymous. Untitled. I like this as a word. It writes nicely and looks Read More

Posted 9th April 2018 in blog

art for arts sake

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I’d seen on pintrest a couple of years ago, a window full of coloured balloons and it stayed with me as something, if I ever had my own space, I would love to do. So, imagine my joy when the studio not only had one but two great windows at the front of it. Oh Read More

Posted 7th April 2018 in blog

somewhere to expand

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Start. It’s such an amazing thing to do. We all have to start somewhere and the beginning is usually a pretty awesome place for that journey of what may come to commence. To have the space in which to walk in to each day with nothing more requested of me but to make is such Read More

Posted 6th April 2018 in blog

the studio

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It’s been a while since I’ve graced these pages with any of my witterings. I’ve been kind of lost in the excitement of prepping a studio space and making new work. I have been posting updates on my Instagram pages – @nikicottonartist and @whatdoesanartistdoallday but I’ve been rather remiss in writing and posting here. So, Read More

Posted 8th March 2017 in blog

monochrome thoughts

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To make in black and white isn’t my normal state. On the one hand I love it and on the other it’s a fight not to get the neon pink, electric blue and sea green out and splash it everywhere! Controlled making…. another tricky place to work in for me. But I have really enjoyed Read More

Posted 6th March 2017 in blog

one woman & her dog

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The dogs that end up living with us really are the best additions to the homestead even if they do wreck the joint and drive us slightly bonkers in the process. The endless love, daft faces and hilarity are priceless. The simple grounding they give us and the ability to not care a jot that Read More

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