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Artist and teacher, born in Tidworth, Wiltshire, who gained a first-class honours degree at Camberwell School of Art with printmaking commendation, followed by master’s degree studies, studies lasting 1987–92. In 1992 he was appointed head of painting and drawing at Eton College, and was a visiting lecturer, Nova Scotia College of Art, 1995. Hammick won the Spectator Award in 1988, in 1994 being a finalist in The Gilchrist Fisher Memorial Fund competition at Cadogan Contemporary with work which was close to abstraction. Took part in group shows at Redfern Gallery, with a solo exhibition there in 1996, three years after one at Star Gallery, Lewes. In 1997 he was included in The Large Print Show at Christchurch Mansion, Ipwich, and in 1999 Hammick-designed tapestries were shown at Redfern and Glyndebourne Festival Opera.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)

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