Based in Christchurch, Bournemouth, Dorset. Specialising in Contemporary British Art.
Nina Fraser (born St.Albans, UK, 1984) gained a first class tons BA Textile Art at Winchester College of Art, Hampshire, UK in 2006. Multidisciplinary, Nina’s work draws influence from drawing, painting, collage and sculpture, often combining several processes in one work. Nina’s work is polarised by that of self-reflection and exterior exploration, creating collages, paintings and assemblage inspired by human interaction and relationship with the environment. She has exhibited in solo and collective exhibitions in UK, Portugal, Italy, Germany and USA, most recently TAXIS DERMA at the Museum of Natural Science and History in Lisbon. Her collages have been featured in magazines and books in USA, Italy, UK, Spain and Portugal, including; “Collage by Women, 50 Essential Contemporary Artists” edited by Promopress, in 2019. From 2015 – 17 she attended the artist residency program at MArt independent project space in Lisbon, Portugal. In 2019 she was selected by jury for the COLabs ‘Body and Place’ drawing residency (UK). She lives and works between Lisbon, Portugal and the South of England.