Nicholas Uhlmann is a mid-career sculptor living and working in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. He was born in 1974. He completed a BA Visual Art ,majoring in sculpture, at the Adelaide College of the Arts in 2002. Whilst a student, Nicholas invented a distinctive method of wrapping a steel armature in layers of thin metallic strips. Since then he has developed and refined this organic constructivist technique through the creation of a large body of work that has included miniatures to large scale outdoor public sculptures. Most recently, an installation of five sculptures titled 'TreeFlower life cycle' adorn the main courtyard in the newly opened Royal Adelaide Hospital.
He has held twelve solo shows and exhibited in over fifty group shows and outdoor sculpture awards throughout Australia and overseas.