Nick Greenglass is an multi-disciplinary artist working predominantly with digital media and print.
Nick studied foundation in art and design at Chelsea Collage UAL before moving to Bristol.
At the University of the West of England he studied BA in Illustration and then an MA in Multidisciplinary printmaking earning a distinction and winning the Rebecca Smith Memorial Award for exemplars in printmaking and fine art.
In 2016 Nick was awarded the Peter Reddick Bursary Award for artists seeking to advance relief
printmaking in experimental and contemporary ways. Nick focused on the contrasts between relief, one of the oldest forms of traditional craft with new and emerging digital technologies, both in terms of process and the concepts of his artworks.
He is Currently artist in residence for MAMDP and CFPR at the University of the West of England and is a member technician for Spike Print Studios, Spike Island Bristol.
Nick has Editioned for Ben Eine, Fluorescent Smogg and Sickboy. Working as master printer for Ben’s ‘Why Cant We All Just Get Along’ 2017 edition.
He regularly exhibits in the UK.