An interview with our artist Ric Conn

We interview artist Ric Conn from the United States. Please describe your artwork style My style is Expressionism. What’s your background?  I studied at Corcoran College of Art, Georgetown; and Maryland Institute College of Art; but I am mostly self taught. How long have you been an artist?  My whole life, when I was 5, […]

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An interview with our artist Gillian Hunt

We interview artist Gillian Hunt from Glen Lyon, Perthshire. Please describe your artwork style I am a photographic artist – I specialise in Macro flowers and bees. Always looking for a different way to photograph my subjects – a way to bring more depth to my subject. What’s your background? My background is post production […]

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An interview with our artist Francesco Ruspoli

Please describe your artwork style The painting is called : INCONSOLABLE, 36×48 inches, 2020. It is oil on canvas and I would describe my style as “Expressionist”. The subject is inspired from the human feeling related to the aftermath of the world pandemic. What’s your background? I have studied art at the university of Central […]

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An interview with our artist Jose Luis Quinones

In this article, we interview artist Jose Luis Quinones from United States. Please describe your artwork style I merge my Photorealistic style with Pop Art transforming my two-dimensional surface into a three-dimensional illusion generating an excellent representation with vivid color and spatial depth. What’s your background? I was born in Yauco, Puerto Rico. I completed […]

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An interview with our artist Antoon Knaap

In this article, we interview artist Antoon Knaap from Maynooth, Ireland Please describe your artwork style I always say to people who ask; I make figurative art from the head and abstract art from the heart. I have no particular style, because I choose not to. I don’t want to give myself boundaries and rules. […]

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An interview with our artist Alexandra Connor

We interview artist Alexandra Connor from the UK Please describe your artwork style Portraits and people fascinate me! I am intrigued by the human face and body and in my painting I use techniques that were used in the 14th and 15th century, building up oil glazes to get the maximum luminosity. I’ve painted businessmen, […]

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An interview with our artist Chris Wilmott

We interview Chris Wilmott from St Albans, Hertfordshire Please describe your artwork style Figurative What’s your background? Business then art. Technology and water then art and water. How long have you been an artist? 10 years Who or what are your biggest influences? All people are the same so far as the oceans are concerned. […]

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An interview with our artist Nora Komoroczki

We interview Nora Komoroczki from Budpest, Hungary Please describe your artwork style I paint oil on canvas, mainly in realistic style. What’s your background? As my interest in arts began quite early I started painting and drawing when I was young and later earned a degree in arts. How long have you been an artist? […]

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An interview with our artist James McCarthy

We interview artist James McCarthy from Florida, USA. Please describe your artwork style My theme is ‘Surrealism and the Landscape’. I’m a surrealist by nature. Besides surreal art, I like surreal music, surreal film (both live action and animation) and surreal humor. However, I’ve always loved landscape painting as well- especially romantic and season-themed landscape […]

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An interview with our artist Cristian Blei

We interview artist Cristian Blei from Bucharest, Romania. Please describe your artwork style I could not say exactly in what style I can possibly fit, maybe into an esoteric abstract. What’s your background? I come from a family of visual artists, I started drawing and painting at the age of 3 years. I attended an […]

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An interview with our artist Alison Stafford

We interview artist Alison Stafford from  Cheshire, United Kingdom. Please describe your artwork style My artwork has developed from realism to a more abstract and expressionistic style as I have developed my art business What’s your background? I come from a fashion and textile background having graduated from Manchester Polytechnic (as was) in 1990 and […]

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An Interview with our Artist: Graham McBride

We interview artist Graham McBride from London. Please describe your artwork style. I would describe my artwork style as being expressionist, while my work does vary from being rather figurative to being quite abstract. It’s probably not a conventional thing to say, but I don’t see myself as settled on a distinctive defined style. To […]

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An interview with our artist Karen Stamper

In this blog we interview artist Karen Stamper from Cambridge, UK What’s your background? Traveller, Art teacher, Artist How long have you been an artist? All my life, I travelled and worked, with my sketchbooks for 10 years. Greece Turkey, Caribbean, New Zealand How have you developed your career? I have always made and sold […]

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An interview with our artist George Hutton Hunter

In this blog we talk to our artist George Hutton Hunter from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Please describe your artwork style I don’t have any particular style, though I would say, colourful!  I like the interaction of colours and shapes. I think that each individual piece of artwork may be suitable for different styles, thus […]

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An interview with our artist Laura Beaumont

We talk to artist Laura Beaumont from London. Please describe your artwork style. I work in mixed media, carving into antique books and using HO scale plastic people, buildings and foliage that are used in railway modelling to create a scenario within it. Based on the title of the book and using some of the […]

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An interview with our artist Lynn Gibson

We talk to artist Lynn Gibson from Glasgow. Please describe your artwork style I’m an abstract artist who paints using coloured molten wax, my style…. it’s all about the contrast for me, the wax creates these colourful almost organic looking shapes which seem to pop off the paper, the contrast between that and the stark […]

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An interview with our artist Catherine Taylor Parry

We talk to Catherine Taylor Parry about her work. Please describe your artwork style My paintings are largely abstract landscapes. I work in acrylic on canvas creating atmospheric and ethereal paintings which are open to personal interpretation and memories. I use the landscape by remembering an impression or a feeling, a misty morning or passing […]

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An interview with our artist Betty McGowan

We talk to artist Betty McGowan from Ontario, Canada. Please describe your artwork style. I am a non-objective abstract artist, working in numerous mediums and on numerous surfaces. What’s your background? This is my second career. After spending many years in education. I am making up for lost time with my art studies.  I have […]

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An interview with our artist Phyllis Dunseth

Our artist Phyllis Dunseth talks about her work. What project are you working on now? I am doing as much work as I can for the July Cambridge Open Studios. However, because of a broken knee bone, I have only been able to work sitting down and on a small scale. This has meant working […]

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An interview with our artist Durga Garcia

We talk to artist Durga Garcia from South Carolina, USA Please describe your Photographic style My portraits are generally, of a cinematic, ethereal nature, in muted organic color tones, often with unexpected details, some say a bit quirky, I prefer interesting. What’s your background? As a child, being raised riding competition horses, I had the […]

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An interview with artist Susan Fink

In this blog, we talk to artist Susan Fink from Miami, Florida. Please describe your artwork style Non-objective form of abstraction would best describe my artwork style. What’s your background? With a Bachelor of Arts degree as a Fine Art major and numerous workshops since, I have had a lifelong career in the arts. I […]

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An interview with artist Julie Vernon

In this blog, we talk to artist Julie Vernon from Nottingham Please describe your artwork style Contemporary mosaics – I work in a mix of materials from glass and ceramic to natural marble, slate and vintage porcelain.  I enjoy working in a freehand, organic style to create a sense of movement in my work. What’s […]

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An interview with artist Ric Conn

We talk to artist Ric Conn from Stevensville, MD Please describe your artwork style My work is Expressionism What’s your background? I studied at the Corcoran College of Art, Georgetown, Washington D.C.; and the Maryland Institute College of Art Baltimore, Maryland, USA How long have you been an artist? I started freehand drawing and using […]

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An interview with our artist Frances Bildner

Our artist Frances Bildner lives in Bristol, UK, talks about their latest work. Please describe your artwork style My style is expressionist. What’s your background? I have been painting for many years. When I was 13 years old Sir Charles Wheeler wanted to buy my painting which had been entered into an art competition. I […]

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An Interview with Diana Malivani

Our artist Diana Malivani from Cyprus talks about her work. Please describe your artwork style Let me quote the Critique “Diana Malivani. Cirtical Analysis” by Mr. Timothy Warrington, Art Critic and member of the International Confederation of Art Critics (ICAC): “ Diana Malivani passionately conveys her effervescent personality through each graceful touch of paint to […]

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An Interview with MANO

We talk to MANO (Mrs. Nora KOMOROCZKI) from Budapest, Hungary. Please describe your artwork style: Being in true love with nature I am keen to have it on my canvas in a realistic and colourful way. What’s your background? As my interest in arts began quite early I started painting and drawing when I was […]

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An interview with our artist Amel Chamandy

In this interview, we talk to our artist, Amel Chamandy from Montreal, Canada. Please describe your artwork style: My artwork style is usually quite minimalist and pure in its essence, message or rendering but I would not want to attach a label to my style as I like to be able to explore. What’s your […]

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An Interview with our Artist: Diane Montana Jansson

We talk to Diana Montana Jansson from Blue Diamond, Nevada, USA, about her work. Please describe your artwork style My goal is to take the viewer and myself beyond the subject regardless of the medium. I’m involved in; drawing, painting, photography, or mixed media collage. I would describe the resulting style as Expressionism. What’s your […]

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An Interview with our Artist: Gill Bustamente

In this interview, we talk to Gill Bustamente from Forest Row, East Sussex. Please describe your artwork style Depends what mood I am in but expressive, linear, art nouveau, impressionist? I paint large semi-abstract landscapes inspired by the walks I take in and around Sussex and the South East. I am not a traditional landscape […]

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Our Artist: Diana Bell

An Interview with Diana Bell from Oxford, United Kingdom. Here Diana talks about her latest work. Please describe your artwork style.  I do not consider that I have a style.  Most important to me is what I am trying to say.  Therefore I might be making installation, sculpture, construction, collage or painting.  How long have […]

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Our Artist – Judith Grassi

An interview with Judith Grassi from Worcestershire, UK Here she talks to Artists Info about her work. Please describe your artwork style I paint richly coloured canvasses which portray the shapes, colours, texture and scale of nature. What’s your background? I was born in Lancashire but have lived and worked in Worcestershire for many years. […]

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Our Artist – Uma Aslam

An interview with Uma Aslam from Northwich, Cheshire.  Here she talks to Artists Info about her work. Please describe your artwork style I describe my style as contemporary abstract. What’s your background? Born and raised in Manchester to South Asian Parents How long have you been an artist? I have been an artist for almost […]

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Our Artist – Marty Jones

An interview with Marty Jones from Portland, Oregon. Here he talks to Artists Info about his work. Please describe your artwork style My ‘body of work’ is fairly eclectic in its nature and isn’t specifically geared toward one type of illustration; however, all of my illustrations are realistically-styled. My preferred media is digitally-coloured graphite. What’s […]

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Our Artist: Noreen Larinde – Blog

An interview with Noreen Larinde Here she talks to Artists Info about her work. Please describe your artwork style I am a feminist painter, graphic printmaker and fine art photographer whose images have germinated from 2 major sources: (1) the Italian Renaissance figurative tradition of the human figure totally in command of the self, and […]

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An Interview with Graham McBride

Graham McBride is an artist from London. Here he talks to Artists Info about his work as an artist. Please describe your artwork style Essentially, I would describe myself as an expressionist painter, while my work does vary from being rather figurative to being quite abstract. I don’t agree an artist should have one distinctly defined […]

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An Interview with Latin for Glory

Latin for Glory is an artist from Miami, Florida. Here she talks to Artists Info about her work as an artist. Please describe your artwork style. My artwork style is realistic with a whimsical tone. I like to portray objects realistically, such as bull skulls, and place them within a magical context. My work is very […]

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An Interview with Artist Carolyn Marigold Stubbs

Carolyn Marigold Stubbs is from Bristol, UK. Here she talks to Artists Info about her work as an artist. ‘Joe and a dog called Mouse’ Acrylic on canvas, light and shade project Please describe your artwork style Contemporary What’s your background? I have a BA (Hons) degree in Art & Visual Culture, HNC in Graphic […]

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Artist in the Spotlight – Frances Bildner

The thematic concept of my work is concerned with life in all it’s myriad forms. I am influenced by the German Expressionists and the Abstract Expressionists. I place emphasis on the emotive aspect of the work and,like them, my work is both emotional and immediate. I paint from my imagination. When I was thirteen years […]

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An interview with artist Agnes Parcesepe “Agili”

Here’s our interview with artist Agnes Parcesepe “Agili” from Melbourne Australia… Please describe your artwork style Unusual , because I have few. What’s your background? Hungarian , raised in Serbia and then Australia. How long have you been an artist? 14 years. Who or what are your biggest influences? The Nature that surrounds us, like […]

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An Interview with Artist Helen Kagan

Please describe your artwork style A holistic therapist and artist I developed my unique technique and style “Healing Arts” integrating Fine Art, Expressive Arts, and the Art of Healing. Ibelieve art heals. I believe in the inter-connectedness of mind, body and spirit.I believe that art as a powerful form of self-expression is a vehicle for […]

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Artist in The Spotlight: Michael Atkin

Michael is an artist from Scarborough, North Yorkshire. Please describe your artwork style  Narrative, figurative, landscapes. What’s your background? Art college trained from 16 – 23 yrs old. Middlesbrough Art College, Maidstone Art College, Liverpool Polytechnic, Des Beaux Arts, Paris How long have you been an artist? Since the age of 16. Who or what are […]

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Interview with Artist Paul Swan

Here’s our interview with Paul Swan who is from Ramsbury, near Marlborough, Wiltshire… Please describe your artwork style I am a designer maker working in wood. What’s your background? After a varied career in business, I am now a full time designer maker. How long have you been an artist? Around 25 years overall. What […]

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Disability in the Creative Sector

One in five people in the UK have a disability, which is a total 13.3 million people according to leading disability charity, Scope. Yet, somehow, there’s still the ever-present argument that it’s treated as a ‘niche’ market in many workplaces and heavily under-represented in the media. The creative sector in particular has made great strides […]

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Artist in the Spotlight: Richard Heley

Artist Richard Heley talks to us about his life and work. Please describe your artwork style Surreal, linear, falling out of me like desires riding a tidal wave of  joyous colour. Philosophical dreaming. What’s your background? Born in Totternhoe, Bedfordshire where fathers family traces back hundreds of years in that village. Grew up in Australia […]

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Artist Interview with Nadja Gabriela Plein

Artist Nadja Gabriela Plein, from London, took time to talk to us about her life and work. Please describe your artwork style Painterly, abstract, expressive, playful, improvisatory, musical, rhythmic, tactile, material-focussed. What’s your background? I trained as a composer first, gaining a doctorate in music composition at the Royal College of Music in London. How […]

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An Interview with Artist Agneta E Hildén

Agneta E Hildén, from Sweden, talks to us about her life and works. Please describe your artwork style Its an kind of contemporary art that is expressive Its a colourful palette. It has its origin in outsider art. What’s your background? I was born in Gavle, but the family moved soon to Stockholm the Capital. […]

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Interview with Artist Dominique Baduel

Dominique Baduel from Exton Oakham Rutland UK, took time to to talk to us about his art. Here is our interview:  Please describe your artwork style My work is digital. I am blending pictures on my computer using double exposure techniques, my main subjects are portraits of women which I fuse within various landscapes. I […]

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Artist in the Spotlight: Lyn Diefenbach

Lyn Diefenbach is from Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia. Please describe your artwork style I describe myself as a painter of reality in both oils and pastel. I paint what I see but not in a photo realistic way. By focusing on the technical areas of line, value, colour and edge I build the illusion of the […]

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