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Nigel Creed is a freehand ceramic painting artist. His career started out with Royal Worcester. Here he was trained by Edward Townsend, whose work at Worcester spanned from 1918 till 1971. Nigel left the Royal Worcester around the year 1990, subsequently working for Kingsley Enamels, and Elliot Hall and Moorcroft Enamels. Nigel also works as a freelance painter.
Nigel Creed’s most recent works are with Elliot Hall Enamels, a company that began in 2006, with its origins spanning back into the last century and the Kingsley Hall family. During the years 1999 to 2005, the company was owned by Moorcroft, however, Elliot always remained as managing director through these times. Elliot Hall Enamels are world renowned for Limited Editions. Nigel works as a free hand painter, working on such ceramic pieces. His works are heavily inspired by nature, and in particular by birds. Through his works you will see wrens, robins, blue tits, and red-breasted pochards to name but a few.