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Spotlight On CCG Members :- Mrs Louise Nisbet

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~~Following a degree at University, some students find it difficult to find work, especially in the creative sector. This month’s ‘Spotlight on CCG Members’ though has been fortunate to craft a career in the arts over two decades. Let’s learn more about Lancashire based artist Mrs. Louise Nisbet.

After completing a successful degree in Fine Art Louise began her work in a progressive way, first as an in-house designer and then becoming director of her own studio, Hornbill Studio Ltd.

Louise specialises in designing and creating surface pattern artwork for the UK and international market for use on fabrics and soft furnishing, greetings cards and stationery. She has a reputation for answering a set brief commissioned by clients to bring fresh and commercially aware designs to the market that are successful and generate longevity.

Her design knowledge and fine art background have been beneficial in creating some unique wall art collections which have gone on to be sold in major muti-chain outlets across Europe including Next in the UK and Pottery Barn in the USA.

In addition to her usual brand of art work, Louise has also illustrated a children’s book entitled “The Happiest Man in the World” published by Hodder Children’s Books and Written by award winning author Mij Kelly.

Very much like the world we’re living in now, Louise continues to consistently evolve and develop her creative approach. Her traditional painting style has now been recognised both nationally and internationally and is often described as sophisticated, elegant and contemporary.

Louise isn’t narrow minded in her technique either. She welcomes a challenge and is open to discussions with new and contemporary artists as well as established ones who can bring something original to the table.

Please feel free to view her website in the following link:- hornbillstudio.co.uk and get in touch if you would like to work with Louise on your next project.
The CCG is looking forward to learning more about this unique artist and we are eager to see what she can deliver as part of a new and recently inducted member, welcome.

^Alex Ashworth.