“Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact.
Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.”

Marcus Aurelius

Clare Hall, Cambridge 2019

Towards the Mayflower

An exhibition of paintings in oil, some epic in scale, together with drawings in charcoal.

21st November 2019 to 9th January 2020
Open daily to the public 9:00–5:00pm.

Private View

The private view will be held on Thursday 23rd November, 6.00pm–7.30pm. All welcome. RSVP to the artist: 07752 158821.

Location

Clare Hall, Herschel Road, Cambridge, CB3 9AL
For all enquiries, please contact: 01223 332360

Cambridge Open Studios 2019

Bold, vibrant paintings invite you on a journey that binds local urban settings to an historical maritime narrative. Stacks of art at sensible prices!

Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th July, 2019

Open Studios

In 2019, I took the time to uncover and exhibit art that has been buried in my studio. Visitors were able to see some of my colourful trademark oil paintings of Cambridge‘s streets and bridges.

In addition to a wide variety of new and existing work, I also had a number of prints by William Blake reproduced as lithographs.

Availability

If you are interested in potentially purchasing some of my work, contact me by email using the link at the bottom of this page.

I am happy to arrange a payment plan, consisting of a deposit plus monthly payments, for larger work. This includes home delivery.

About the artist

Nicholas Juett was born in 1963 in Cambridge England. He studied Art & Science at CCAT and then sculpture at The Cambridge School of Art and later studies in the states in Chicago from a scholarship secured during a BA at Reading. Returning 14 years later to study Art & Design at Cambridge University to be a teacher.

Nicholas is primarily a painter and creates beautiful vivid landscapes often of Cambridge scenes. The titles for the work are often the postcode for ‘You Are Here’ and this lead to a new series ‘As Seen From Above’ combining here and The British Isles.

“If the artist abandons himself to his feelings,
colour presently announces itself.”

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe