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About Nigel Follett

Nigel Follett Nigel's paintings mix traditional fine art techniques with digital formats and are an eclectic array of original artworks, ranging from portraits and landscapes to more concept and surreal pieces.

''...some of his artworks are absolutely beautiful. Actually, there's a whole wealth of stuff, some with an uncomfortably acute resonance with some of the Big Concerns, both political and environmental...'' Prof. Paul Hardwick. Professor of English, Leeds Trinity University, England.

One of his works (Ragnar's Epitaph') was short-listed in 2014 for the Gallery of Top 100 works worldwide for the Lumen Exhibition Prize; this painting was displayed in the Lumen On-line Gallery for several months. The prize is described by 'The Guardian' as 'The World's Pre-eminent Digital Art Prize'. It was also on display for three months at the HQ of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in Canary Wharf, London, England. In 2019, Ragnar’s Epitaph was also selected as the book cover for 'Vikings and the Vikings’, published by US based McFarland Publishing. The book is a series of essays on the popular History Channel series, ‘Vikings’.
During December 2014, his painting '355mL' was used by environmental pressure groups, 'Orangutan Outreach' and 'Rainforest Action Network' in their global campaign against PespiCo for their continuing refusal to stop using conflict palm oil in many of their products. Since 2014 he has won numerous international art prizes and has exhibited worldwide, including in China.

Nigel is a 'free-hand' artist and does not use filtered photographs, tracing, or over-painting; his works are all free-hand, relying on painting techniques rather than computer processing power.

With over 25,000 followers on Facebook, Nigel has a worldwide following.

Nigel sells commission and non-commission artworks and has also carried out a number of projects free of charge for worthy causes.