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27th MarCast iron birds for Crowd Hill gateway
27th MarWay makers for Crowd Hill
27th MarLakeside Park art trail
21st MarBuckland Rings seating
11th OctJane Austen bench ready for installation
7th SepMap of artwork for Sprat and Winkle trail
5th JulBenches for Romsey's barge canal
17th JunStepping stones for Romsey's barge canal public art project
17th JunVitreous enamel panels for Romsey's barge canal
17th JunBenches for Romsey's barge canal
2nd NovPrinting workshop at King Johns House museum
2nd NovGathering memories from Romsey residents

Nicola Henshaw tells stories through wood

She creates work which is both sculptural and functional, drawing upon myth and folktale to inform each piece she makes.

Nicola studied Three Dimensional Design at Wolverhampton University, specialising in wood. On graduating, she received a Crafts Council Grant to set up her first studio in London. Nicola has exhibited nationally and internationally, and has had work commissioned by a wide range of private, corporate and public clients, including The Forestry Commission and The National Trust.

She lives and works in the New Forest, Hampshire.