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Art@Reschio

Inaugurated in 2014 in the exhibition space in the Tabaccaia di Reschio
non-profit making exhibitions with proceeds going to local charities

inspired in

ITALY

NIC FIDDIAN GREEN

EXHIBITION OF NEW WORKS IN BRONZE AND
DRAWINGS FROM THE STREETS OF FLORENCE

will open on
4 JULY 2015

at the
TABACCAIA DI RESCHIO

in the hills of
UMBRIA

Nic Fiddian Green's fascination for horses grew from a visit to The British Museum whilst a student at Chelsea College of Art. The marble Selene horse's head from the Parthenon was an inspiration which continues today. A chance meeting with Conte Antonio Bolza led to a visit to the Reschio estate and the landscape and the Andalusian horses he found there further inspired him, so much so that he now spends a great deal of time nearby.

Several of Nic's works have been placed in prominent positions around the estate and moving up the main cypress drive way you are able to find these majestic works.

August 2014 - Calyxte Campe - Animal Sculptures

" Working from life allows my work to carry and have greater impact at a distance.
 Working with people, animals and scenery under natural light, never from photographs, I find myself with an infinite source of inspiration.
I use the constant variety and change in nature to bring life to my work."

Calyxte Campe | August 2014

July 2014 - Lindy Guinness - COWS - The Way That I Went

Introduction

The newly renovated Tabaccaia di Reschio is, for the first time, centre stage to an art exhibition of great personal importance to us. Nencia and I have been fond admirers of Lindy's work since 1998 and our visits to Clandeboye and her painting excursions to Reschio have created a great bond and understanding of her work.

Nothing would seem more appropriate than to inaugurate this new space with Lindy's extraordinary work. Her painting of the Clandeboye cows allows us the privilege of witnessing her search for the essential form of her subjects. The Clandeboye Estate is an inspirational environment where Lindy has been able to preserve and maintain the treasures of both house and grounds. Change and progress are to be seen, however, in the great success of her prize winning dairy herds and also most strikingly in the development of her oeuvre/ art practice and we are lucky enough to have many of these paintings here at Reschio.

Benedikt Bolza | June 2014