Denice Nicholson
Denice Nicholson
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Fall Is Coming

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I'm Still Here

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Triptych #3

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Triptych #2

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Triptych #1

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The Storm Is Coming

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Fall Beauty

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Dogwood in her glory

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Liticia

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Yellow

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The Tunnel of Yellow

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Solstice Lake Fort Smith

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Solstice

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Untitled

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Roses On Her Grave

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Spring

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In the Fog

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Storm

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How do I Look

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Where Am I?

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Daisy Blue

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I am Still Here

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Roses in Bloom

Gallery Reserve

For Viewing Only

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Pinky

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Carly's Dream

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Triad Arpeggio

About Denice Nicholson

Represented Artist

Denice grew up in an urban environment where the wild beauty of nature held special appeal. Even from a young age she had an inclination for drawing nature-imbued curving, irregular images. As a practicing artist in the beautiful landscape of Winslow, Arkansas, flowers, trees, twigs and berries function symbolically as opposed to realistically in her renderings. Through many years of trial and error experimenting she developed her own technique, similar to traditional batik, that involves adding layer upon layer of color, using wax-resist for some elements and freehand dyeing for particular effects. Hardened wax is frozen then strategically cracked to allow dyes to infiltrate, creating textures, color juxtapositions and impressionistic inferences of form and space to reveal an ethereal, dream-like perception of our mysterious world.

“Chaos is peaceful when you stand quietly & watch. We are eternal observers, reflecting both Tiny & vast, singing infinitely within.” - Julia (Jay) Woodman

Growing up in an urban environment, the wild beauty of nature held special appeal. Even from a young age, I had an inclination for drawing nature-imbued curving, irregular images - flowers, trees, twigs and berries functioning symbolically as opposed to realistic renderings. I use fabric and dyes and wax-resist process to create my images. Through many years of trial and error experimenting, I’ve developed my own technique, similar to traditional batik that involves adding layer upon layer of color using wax-resist for some elements and freehand dyeing for particular effects. Hardened wax is frozen then strategically cracked to allow dyes to infiltrate, creating textures, color juxtapositions and impressionistic inferences of form and space to reveal an ethereal, dream-like perception of our mysterious world.

About the art

Denice grew up in an urban environment where the wild beauty of nature held special appeal. Even from a young age she had an inclination for drawing nature-imbued curving, irregular images. As a practicing artist in the beautiful landscape of Winslow, Arkansas, flowers, trees, twigs and berries function symbolically as opposed to realistically in her renderings. Through many years of trial and error experimenting she developed her own technique, similar to traditional batik, that involves adding layer upon layer of color, using wax-resist for some elements and freehand dyeing for particular effects. Hardened wax is frozen then strategically cracked to allow dyes to infiltrate, creating textures, color juxtapositions and impressionistic inferences of form and space to reveal an ethereal, dream-like perception of our mysterious world.

“Chaos is peaceful when you stand quietly & watch. We are eternal observers, reflecting both Tiny & vast, singing infinitely within.” - Julia (Jay) Woodman

Growing up in an urban environment, the wild beauty of nature held special appeal. Even from a young age, I had an inclination for drawing nature-imbued curving, irregular images - flowers, trees, twigs and berries functioning symbolically as opposed to realistic renderings. I use fabric and dyes and wax-resist process to create my images. Through many years of trial and error experimenting, I’ve developed my own technique, similar to traditional batik that involves adding layer upon layer of color using wax-resist for some elements and freehand dyeing for particular effects. Hardened wax is frozen then strategically cracked to allow dyes to infiltrate, creating textures, color juxtapositions and impressionistic inferences of form and space to reveal an ethereal, dream-like perception of our mysterious world.