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Brilliant co-operative run by local residents in Hackney Wick, bringing in organic seasonal produce from a farm in Essex.
Author Archives: Annie Nichols
Green Chairs 2014 Mixed media – digital prints and found postcard. One of three new pieces of work I am showing again today at Hackney Wicked. Come and have a look today 12-6pm at Fish Island Labs, Swan Wharf, 60 Dace … Continue reading
From this evening and all weekend, here in Hackney Wick we are celebrating with the huge Hackney WickED Art Festival! There will be over 100 open galleries to explore and 15 exhibitions that have been put on especially for the festival. … Continue reading
I had the idea for this neon piece years ago. I had it made this year.
Shanghai 2005 and my first trip to China. I’m looking back over past work….. It’s 9 1/2 minutes long so sit back and watch slowly………
Winnie’s Victoria Sponge Cake 2014 (cropped) Black and white digital print, food colouring and pastel. Here’s another piece of work that I’m exhibiting
Trees Russia 2014 – Black and white digital print, and pastel. Nun Mask 2014 (cropped) – Mixed media – Black and White digital print taken from glass Sicilian photographic plates, pastel, food colouring and found postcard. The two pieces above are from … Continue reading
Easy peasy. Spelt and Wild Garlic Scones First pick a handful of wild garlic leaves……worth the effort…..OR today I spotted growing pots of it at Panzers …. not so wild….. These are all spelt flour scones. I used white spelt flour, you could … Continue reading