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Paul Bond

When We Listened for the Passing of Time

Note: limited edition prints of all paintings available via our website. Paul Bond’s art lives in the spaces between dreaming and reality. Drawing from the Latin American genre of Magic Realism where symbolic, surreal and fantastic elements blend with realistic atmospheres, they unveil a world where anything is possible. Bond shares the following about his […]

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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 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 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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