Bally, Niel

About the artist

Niel Bally moved back to his roots in Wales having spent 25 years in London as a practicing fine artist. He has exhibited widely and received a traditional training from the Ruskin School of Fine Art and Drawing in Oxford and the West Surrey College of Art and Design in Surrey. Since the 1980s he has run his own courses, and taught in a number of art schools and adult education colleges, including Wimbledon School of Art, Canterbury, Putney, Rhodes University (RSA) and Camden Institute.  Underpinning Niel’s teaching abilities is a significant knowledge painting and drawing methods with a wide  understanding of both modern and traditional approaches to representational and abstract art. Contributor to Chelsea Arts Club centenary portfolio (Photo credit:

The Works

Transparent things, Scotland 1991 by Neil Bally