Time Out says
In 1976, Nadin moved from his native Britain to New York, where his sculptures and paintings became something of a fixture on the downtown art scene throughout the 1970s and 1980s. Fifteen years ago, he moved upstate to Cornwallville, and began to farm and keep bees. He kept up his art practice, and in fact his work—which he's described as giving form to consciousness—has become increasingly informed by his experiences laboring close to the land. The pieces in this show includes paintings on linen created with such materials as honey, beeswax, chicken eggs and wool gathered from sheep.