About Nikki Attree

nikkiand-gizmo-1Nikki Attree artist and author graduated with a degree in photography from the University of Westminster London.

This year, 2015 she has taken on commissions to paint Pets on canvas.

Since moving to Tenerife, Nikki has been helping the hardworking animal rescue centres there by running a blog http://tenerifedogs.blogspot.com.es/ seeking to find homes for abandoned dogs, and in 2008 and 2010 she was commissioned to produce calendars.

The Digital Dogs images (some of which were produced for the 2011 calendar) celebrate Man’s Best Friend in a variety of quirky, fun and unusual settings: a skateboarding dog, a pooch making music on a laptop, a pup driving a truck …

In 2013  Nikki wrote in collaboration with her husband Richard Attree a book titled ‘Nobody’s Poodle’ which is inspired by her work with the dog refuges and owning a rescue dog herself.

Her work has appeared in galleries, magazines and is also featured on London Art. Nikki’s stock photos are lodged with Alamy and photofusion.

Passed photography clients have included BBC, Waterstones, Boosey and Hawkes (Music publishers -London) – Granada TV(London), British Airways.

List of Exhibitions are below

Magma centre Tenerife- Digital Beach – 2012 July

K9 Tenerife – Dog Calendars 2011 and 2009

Flash Point, El Medano Tenerife – Aug 2008

Brighton Festival – May 2007

Marlipins Museum, W Sussex – July 2005

The Verda River Boat, Sussex – June 2005

Brighton Fishing Museum – Sept 2004

Sussex Innovation Centre – June 2004

Brighton Fringe Festival – May 2004

Grange Art Gallery, Brighton – Oct 2003

The Connaught Theatre, Sussex – Aug 2003.

Sussex Arts Club – Nov 2002 to Jan 2003

The Jelly Leg ’d Chicken Arts Centre, Reading – 1999

Degree Show, University of Westminster London – June 1988

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