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'Frida' by Jane Skinner

Jane Skinner artist

Jane Skinner is a most interesting, highly unusual, and very amusing artist member of the Skylark collective showing at Skylark Galleries in London. ‘Most interesting’ because the subject-matter of her …

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Trinidad Ball .. ARTIST’S STATEMENT

Trinidad Ball        ARTIST’S STATEMENT Born in Barcelona, of Catalan parents, I have lived in Spain and Latin America before moving to England, where I have lived for …

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Sara Sherwood tells us about her art.

“My Art Practice” by Sara Sherwood Aug 2017  Painting gives me a sense of freedom and escapism into another world. I listen to music and that helps me transcend into …

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Heather Tobias in conversation with Colin Ruffell.

There is a theatrical element to my work as well as humour and irony. When starting a piece of work I find the image within the work as it is revealed. So although I start with an idea it is soon changed into something unforeseen. I find this exciting and respond to the journey unraveling in front of me.
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Queens Pathway by Clare Johnson

Clare Johnson

I make images very much inspired by early hand tinted post cards where the image was printed using silk-screen or lithography in a neutral colour. They were then coloured individually by hand, often in inspiring colours which showed more than the reality.
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Reading Dark Mountain

KIT BOYD

It is perhaps where we may need to go soon…a dreaming landscape.
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OILS, ACRYLICS, and WATERCOLOURS

OILS, ACRYLICS, and WATERCOLOURS Oils, acrylics, and water-colours, and are kinds of artists paint. There are lots of ways to make coloured marks on a surface. This blog is about …

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Talia LeHavi artist at Skylark 2

London-based artist Talia LeHavi has been working with traditional Japanese ink painting techniques for many years. Talia has been teaching Japanese ink painting, calligraphy and watercolour techniques at her London studio, as well as lecturing at various museums, art councils and associations in the UK and worldwide.
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The Tate Modern Blavatnik building.

Tate Modern has re-named the new extension ‘The Blavatnik Building’. The Tate announced that the extension is named after the USSR-born billionaire oligarch Len Blavatnik, who made one of the largest donations to the institution in The Tate’s history.
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Garden City by Nicolette Carter

Nicolette Carter artist

Spring Fields’ is the latest in Nicolette’s series of ‘Garden Town’ paintings. These paintings are strongly influenced by moving to live on the Oxfordshire/ Berkshire border after living in South …

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