Artists > Ed Nash

"Atom Heart Mother"
Oil on Canvas
72" x 72"
"Blue Spectre"
Oil on Canvas
72" x 72"
"Cascade 1"
Oil on Canvas
48" x 48"
"Fortitude"
Acrylic on Canvas
72" x 48"
"Smashing Pumpkin"
Acrylic on Canvas
72" x 48"
"Endurance 1"
Acrylic on Canvas
48" x 48"
"Settling I"
Oil on Canvas
48" x 48"
"Searching II"
Oil on Canvas
72" x 72"
"Resilient"
Oil on Canvas
60" x 60"
"Fortitude III"
Oil on Canvas
72" x 72"
"Endurance II"
Oil on Canvas
60" x 48"
"Ascension II"
Oil on Canvas
48" x 48"
"Ascending"
Acrylic on Canvas
72" x 48"
"Filtered"
Acrylic on Panel
48 x 48
"Red Planet"
Mixed Media
48 x 48
"Forest Mist"
Acrylic on Canvas
48 x 72
"Magenta Cosmos"
Acrylic on Canvas
72 x 72

Ed Nash was born in Letchworth Garden City, England in 1976. Letchworth was built by and designed by Quakers in 1903 and was a focus of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Like several members of the British Post-Impressionist movement who visited, lived and painted in Letchworth, Ed was inspired by the towns amalgamation of urban and rural life and its focus on visual beauty in the town environment, which was really the ideal of the 'Garden City' movement.

At age 13 Ed was awarded an Art scholarship to Bedford School, England which accelerated his passion for art. He then went onto study Fine Art and Psychology at Reading University, England where he graduated with a First Class Honors Degree. Here his work explored social psychology and art. His dissertation was on the affects of the dissembodiment of virtual space on personality.