Nigel Carder Artist : Norfolk Fine Art Prints & Original Artwork

Nigel Carder Artist : Norfolk Fine Art Prints & Original Artwork Born in Aldershot, Hampshire, England in 1955, Nigel Carder rapidly developed his skill of drawing and painting throughout his childhood and into his adult years.

In 1975, to fulfill his desire to broaden his Artistic ability, , Nigel began a 4 year course in Vocational Design at the Norwich School of Art, consequently gaining The East Anglian Certificate of Art and Design in
1978 and The Diploma of the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers in 1979. The year following, Nigel began work within the Textile industry as a Designer / Illustrator after whic

In 1975, to fulfill his desire to broaden his Artistic ability, , Nigel began a 4 year course in Vocational Design at the Norwich School of Art, consequently gaining The East Anglian Certificate of Art and Design in
1978 and The Diploma of the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers in 1979. The year following, Nigel began work within the Textile industry as a Designer / Illustrator after whic

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I have the Elm Hill painting. It takes centre on my lounge wall. This might have been bought from an exhibition or a Norwich shop.