DAVID NUTTALL, cartographer
Hand-drawn plausible fictitious maps
Artist’s Talk and Live Painting Demonstration
NJCU Visual Arts Building Auditorium, B08
Open to the public.
The gallery will be open until 8pm on October 23.
The Visual Arts Gallery is located at 100 Culver Avenue, on the NJCU Campus, Jersey City. The Gallery and Auditorium are in the lower level of the Visual Arts Building.
Join David Nuttall, of Artimaps, in an exploration of hand-drawn plausible fictitious maps.
His artist talk and live painting demonstration on a model will appeal to anyone interested in maps, cartography, hand-drawn art and illustration, fashion, surface design, fiction, creative writing, place making, world building, fantasy worlds or just the idea that an imagined place can be created in this unique art form.
Originally from Aberfan in South Wales, David Nuttall is a British government-trained cartographer that works within the unique art form of hand-drawn plausible fictitious maps, which he has been creating since the age of five. He currently lives in Huntsville, Alabama, and continues to do Geographic Information Systems (GIS) consulting within public safety sector.