Nick Coley​
innovations in glass and metal​

The Glass Gallery

All work exhibited  are for sale unless otherwise indicated.
(price on application) to arrange commission send email with a short explanation or your requirement.  

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  1. The knights fortress £480
    The knights fortress £480
    300mm x 420mm Glass Monoprint.
  2. After the Wedding £550
    After the Wedding £550
    640mm x 570mm Glass Monoprint
  3. Ariel and Prometheus £900
    Ariel and Prometheus £900
    1290mm x 645mm Glass Monoprint
  4. Lament £600
    Lament £600
    480mm x 430mm Glass Monoprint
  5. Refugees Sold £750
    Refugees Sold £750
    620mm x 880mm Glass Monoprint
  6. The Fall of Icarus - Sold £895
    The Fall of Icarus - Sold £895
    920mm x 480mm Glass Monoprint
  7. The rise of Icarus Sold £895
    The rise of Icarus Sold £895
    920mm x 480mm Glass Monoprint
  8. Neptunes Chariot £1200
    Neptunes Chariot £1200
    Glass Collage 77cm(h) x 133(l) Framed in wood, 'distressed' finish. £2500
  9. Excalibur - Free the Magi £1400
    Excalibur - Free the Magi £1400
    glass painting (acrylic, metallic spray paint, painted paper) 101cm (h) x 134cm (l) inc frame (ashwood). £2500
  10. The Summer Storm £1100
    The Summer Storm £1100
    91 x 59 cm image captured plastic collage, acrylic, spray, painted on the reverse of museum grade non reflective glass
  11. Forest Dancers 2 £850
    Forest Dancers 2 £850
    dimensions 92 x 61 cm image captured film, acrylic, spray, reverse painted on museum grade non reflective glass
  12. Forest Dancers 1 £950
    Forest Dancers 1 £950
    image captured plastic film, acrylic, spray, reverse painted on museum grade non reflective glass
  13. The Set Up - Sold £2700
    The Set Up - Sold £2700
    dimensions 87 x 106 cm image capture plastic film, spray, acrylic, reverse painted on museum grade non reflective glass
  14. The Leap Of Faith Sold £2400
    The Leap Of Faith Sold £2400
    dimensions including frame 117 x 99 cm image capture plastic film, acrylic, on reverse of museum grade non reflective glass
  15. Spawning Ground £450
    Spawning Ground £450
    Dimensions including frame 60 x 73 cm Glass painting, acrylic, spray and plastic film reverse painted on museum grade glass
  16. Peacocks £800
    Peacocks £800
    Dimensions 91 x 54 cm Reverse Glass painting on museum grade non-reflective glass, acrylic, spray and plastic film.
  17. The Angel Came For Eve -Sold £2300
    The Angel Came For Eve -Sold £2300
    96 x 86 cm image captured plastic collage, acrylic, spray, painted on the reverse of museum grade non reflective glass
  18. Margin For Contentment £850
    Margin For Contentment £850
    73 x 67 cm including frame image captured plastic collage, acrylic, spray, painted on the reverse of museum grade non reflective glass
  19. Checkmate £2000
    Checkmate £2000
    Rear painted on Museum Glass (133cm x 104cm including white frame)
  20. Hornsea Cliffs £ 650
    Hornsea Cliffs £ 650
    Rear Painted on toughened glass (56cm x 52cm in white frame)
  21. The Mating Season £1300
    The Mating Season £1300
    Rear Painted behind Perspex (112cm x 112cm framed in white)
  22. Nympholepsy £2000
    Nympholepsy £2000
    Rear Painted on Museum Glass (104cm x 133cm Including white frame)
  23. Path to the Chapel £950
    Path to the Chapel £950
    Rear Painted on Museum Glass (64cm x 57cm including white frame )
  24. The Comet £1000
    The Comet £1000
    Rear Painted Behind Museum Glass (102cm x 72cm )
  25. The Conversation £900
    The Conversation £900
    Rear Painted behind Toughened Glass (82cm x 82cm)
  26. The Wave £1000
    The Wave £1000
    Rear Painted behind Museum Glass (102cm x 72cm Including White Frame)
  27. We live in Hope (Commissioned and filmed for BBC Home is where the Art Is) £850
    We live in Hope (Commissioned and filmed for BBC Home is where the Art Is) £850
    Rear Painted Behind Museum Glass (72cm x 52cm white frame)
  28. York Minster £1100
    York Minster £1100
    Rear Painted behind toughened glass (72cm x 132cm includes frame)
I’m very happy with how the engravings have come along. An artist friend who has seen all of it from the early stuff right through to the newer commissioned work has said there is a clear progression from early pieces where I am just starting out, to the warmer, arguably, richer technique that now uses more colour and helps with much finer detail.