Nadia Day – Interview

Nadia Day – Interview

Nadia Day studied art at the prestigious Knights Park at Kingston University, training under Leo Duff. Following that she gained a BA in Theatre Arts at Birmingham University; worked in TV Production Design and Experiential Marketing; before revisiting her passion for painting.

Nadia works in acrylic on canvas, opting for pallet knives and thick brushstrokes to create bold and energetic impressionistic work. Most of her imagery is of deer in Richmond Park and Bushy Park, her local stomping grounds, plus seascapes from the south coast.

Nadia is currently being represented in London by Wills Art Warehouse Gallery and locally by Handmade Frames and Richmond Hill Bakery where a selection of her paintings are on sale.

Her studio is at home, where she sometimes shares her easel space with her gorgeous son Jasper (there is also a Jemima at home, but luckily she is too young to be painting at present)

Nadia will be exhibiting at FLUX Exhibition in London between the 2nd – 6th November at The Old Truman Brewery.