Nic Fiddian-Green At Polo International

The Olsen Irwin Gallery is thrilled to announce that we will be doing a pop up exhibition of Nic Fiddian-Green bronzes at the International Polo match at Windsor Polo Club on the 4th of April.

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The works will be displayed as part of collaboration with Willo Polo Club.

Willo Polo operates out of the magnificent Sydney Polo Club facilities in Richmond. Located 50 minutes from the Sydney CBD, Willo Polo is fronted by Andrew Williams, one of Australia’s highest rated professional polo players. Rated at 5 goals, Andrew has played right around the world, twice been part of Australia’s World Cup Team and recently captained it. Willo Polo offers complete polo management, polo coaching and lessons.

Nic Fiddian-Green’s equine bronzes will be displayed inside this year’s Willo Polo marquee at the International.

This year witnesses the historic grudge match Australia V New Zealand.


Willo Polo invites anyone wanting to enjoy a day out in the last of the warm autumn sun to join them in their marquee at the Polo International.

Tickets are $175 and include food and Alcohol as well as entry into the official after party.


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Nic Fiddian-Green | Thomas Alfred Hall Park

Olsen Irwin is proud to partner with Woollahra Municipal Council to bring Nic Fiddian-Green’sHorse at Water‘ to Thomas Alfred Hall Park. Neighbouring Olsen Irwin gallery on the corner of Rush Street and Halls Lane, Fiddian-Green’s work is accessible to the public day and night. Measuring 2.75cm tall, the bronze sculpture sits beautifully against the historic brick facade surrounded by greenery. SONY DSC SONY DSC SONY DSCSONY DSC SONY DSC


Nic Fiddian-Green | New Works

Nic Fiddian-Green‘s current exhibition at Olsen Irwin has been captured in a stunning film by director Robert Scott. Scott was so taken with the exhibition, he was even inspired to compose a piece of music for the film, which ” I hope reflects the power and fragility of these beautiful works.” – Robert Scott.

Fiddian-Green’s New Works are on display at Olsen Irwin until 17 November 2013.

Nic Fiddian-Green
New Works
30 October – 17 November 2013

Olsen Irwin
63 Jersey Road
Woollahra 2025 NSW


Nic Fiddian-Green | The Telegraph

After visiting the studio of Nic Fiddian-Green in our last post, we are now transported to his idyllic family home. Earlier this year The Telegraph readers were given a tour of Fiddian-Green’s home in Surrey Downs, UK. Read the entire article here on The Telegraph website.

Nic Fiddian-Green: New Works
30 October – 17 November 2013

Olsen Irwin
63 Jersey Road
NSW 2025 Woollahra


Image credit: Tim Beddow, The Telegraph


Image credit: Tim Beddow, The Telegraph


Image credit: Tim Beddow, The Telegraph


Nic Fiddian-Green | DW Documentary

“A giant horse’s head at London’s Marble Arch has become something of a local landmark. It’s the work of British artist Nic Fiddian Green. He’s been producing monumental bronze sculptures for 20 years – and they’re all about horses.” – DW

As Nic Fiddian-Green‘s monumental sculptures are shimmied into position at Olsen Irwin, in preparation for tomorrow’s opening of his exhibition of new works, it is timely to get to know more about the man behind the horse’s head. DW have featured Fiddian-Green in a short documentary in his Surrey Downs studio. As we watch Fiddian-Green at work in his studio we are given unparalleled insight into his processes, techniques, inspiration and concepts – an absolute must see.

Nic Fiddian-Green: New Works
30 October – 17 November 2013

Olsen Irwin
63 Jersey Road
NSW 2025 Woollahra


Nic Fiddian-Green | Tatler

“Where once landscapes designed by Capability Brown were the signifier of wealth and taste, now parkland is nothing without a Fiddian-Green horse’s head towering above it.” – Violet Hudson, Tatler

Since first seeing the 5th century BC Horse of Selene as a student at the British Museum, Nic Fiddian-Green has spent his life devoted to perfecting his craft as a master sculptor, capturing the beauty of the horse. In this interview in his Surrey studio with Violet Hudson for Tatler Home, Fiddian-Green talks about his obsession with the horse figure, his many commissions and his monumental sculpture at Marble Arch.

“Despite these illustrious patrons, Eton-educated Nic is as down to earth as a limbo dancer. In his studio, there is no team of scurrying assistants – just him, his chisel and his blowtorch. He looks like a farmer as he strides around in his waxed jacket and flat cap, adjusting a pin here, smoothing some clay there – with Led Zeppelin playing at full volume.” – Violet Hudson, Tatler