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Drawing Workshops at Solihull School, September 2017

John Lewis demo, November 2017

Live Demos

Live art demonstrations are an engaging and educational way to create an interesting focal point and buzz around a venue, opening or event.


I have held live demos for John Lewis Solihull, the Alzeimer's SocietyArt in the Park Leamington, Stratford Art Society, Bromsgrove Art SocietyHarp Art Group, Coventry, Hall Green Art Society, Birmingham, Catherine-de-Barnes Art Society, Solihull, Courtyard Gallery Solihull, Drawbridge Art Group, Solihull, Knowle Art group, Knowle,  Hobbycraft Solihull, Solihull Society of Arts

and many more besides.  


For further information contact: or call 07884-232085.


What people are saying...


"I watched Nick doing an oil painting demonstration for the Catherine de Barnes Art Society. I remember he painted a landscape for us at the time. However, rather than just a demonstration, Nick explained what he was doing at every stage. This was more like a tutorial than a demonstration. The process was well planned and the whole evening was packed with useful information for anyone interested in oil painting."

George Kelly


Workshops, Talks & Lectures


I provide workshopstalks and lectures for societies, schools and institutions, covering a wide variety of art related subjects.


Some of the places I've held workshops, talks and lectures include: Solihull SchoolStratford Art Society, Leamington Studio ArtistsSolihull Artists Forum and Solihull History of Art Society


For further information, contact: or call 07884-232085.​

What people are saying...


"Nick Logan has given two lectures to Solihull History of Art Society.  The first entitled 'A Painterly Approach - a portrait demonstration' was quite brilliant as the audience followed the emergence of a portrait from life.  Nick talked everyone through the techniques needed in a lively and humorous way.


A further lecture considered the 'Abstract v Figurative - two sides of the same coin?'. This illustrated talk explaining such things as lost and found edges and simultaneous contrast was clear and well presented and he very much invited audience participation by means of discussion."

Gill Derrington



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