ARTIST OF THE WEEK CAROLE IRVING

          When did you decide to become and artist and why? I don’t remember making a decision to become an artist! during my childhood my Mothers family had several generations of artists who made their living from their creativity so it felt natural to paint and be...

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ARTIST OF THE WEEK URSULA RADFORD

How would you describe your work? It's called childlike. You are a member of the Association of Naive Artists. Can you explain more about the characteristics of naïve art? Naive means innocent. Not having to be natural or perfect. Can you tell us more about the importance of the...

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ARTIST OF THE ALISON WEBBER

    Your photographs are predominantly monochrome.  Can you explain why this form appeals to you and the characteristics it lends to your work? I have found that monochrome allows me to express more creativity in the images I produce. Without the distractions of colour, there is more...

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ARTIST OF THE WEEK ZEE JONES

      ZEE JONES ARTIST   I started by asking Zee about her artistic background. "I started painting following my redundancy in 2010. I had formal art eduction began with an art foundation and has continued through a series of art classes, courses, and experimentation. I am largely self thought, but significantly...

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ARTIST OF THE WEEK CARA ROXANNE

    I began by asking her how would she describe the essence of her work? A dreamy, curious reflection on our inner landscapes, memories, nostalgia and the world behind the old creaky door. What are you inspired by and what is your current inspiration? Depth Psychology, inner mythologies,  the...

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