Nuala Price

My background in architecture and archaeology, combined with my Catholic Irish/Welsh upbringing, influences the use of my chosen materials and ‘found objects’ to produce 2D and 3D artworks.

My work is influenced by my background in architecture and archaeology, by music, theatre, and film, and by my Welsh & Irish Catholic roots.

My interest in Feminism and Feminist Art was at the heart of my academic research (Sheffield Hallam University, 2000), which flowed into my art practice, and today remains at my core.

I’m currently investigating my more emotional reactions to ‘Family’ and ’The Self’, and am planning to work alongside my 86-year-old Mother in my studio to develop her creativity … something that was suppressed for the majority of her life.

Engagement with other artists and the public feeds my investigations. In order to fully explore my own creative energies, I work abstractly but sometimes take a more traditional approach.

I use pen and ink, watercolour, oil, acrylic, plaster, wire, clay, and ‘found objects’ to produce 2D and 3D pieces.  I use natural materials to make my own pigments and have also used non-digital, hand-printed photography.

Open days

  • Saturday 30 April
  • Monday 2nd May (Bank Holiday)
  • Saturday 7th May

Studio location

Unit 5
Block A
Portland Works
Randall Street
S2 4SJ

About this studio

My 9th year in Grade II listed Portland Works, now in new studio spaces on the first floor, shared with 5 other female artists.

  • Visitors to the studio will be able to buy my art
  • I’m happy to undertake commissions – please ask!
  • Artists’ workshops and tuition are available

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