Artists Corner

Spotlight on: Sally Lancaster

Spotlight on: Sally Lancaster

Sally Lancaster is a Devon-based artist who specialises in figurative art. She is largely self-taught, and her paintings focus on movement...
Diane Griffiths

Diane Griffiths

Buy St Michael's Mount Sunset   Diane Griffiths £350.00 Buy St Michael's Mount from Penzance   Diane Griffiths £285.00 Buy Camel...

Artist Linda Miles Discusses Creating Art

Hi I’m Linda. I am an artist because I flit from one idea to another... and the ideas take over my actions and I must run with them and let them happen. It you’ve ever asked ‘is this art?’ or thought ‘that’s not art’ or asked ‘what is art?’ then my answer is... it is somebody’s idea... and they have followed it... made it... then its...
Artist Jan Peters Describes Her Reverse Paintings

Artist Jan Peters Describes Her Reverse Paintings

One hot summer’s day, a few years ago I lay on the lawn looking my oil painting of lilies on canvas...

Artist Sarah Waite Talks About The Artists' Prints

Buying art online has revolutionised traditional markets, making it possible for buyers to view work that otherwise might be hung on a gallery wall hundreds of miles away, attracting a limited and often ‘local’ audience. It does however limit the questions that a buyer can ask about how the work is created, especially when artists are using mediums that the buyer may not be familiar with...
Humph Hack's Love Of Buildings

Humph Hack's Love Of Buildings

When I was studying "A" level art, part of the course was the history of architecture. I had never really thought...

Photofusionism

An interview with Andrew Reid Wildman Photography of urban scenes draws me. I am attracted by its realism, its resonance with everyday life in all its shades. When I see a photograph of a rundown shop or a derelict building, it sets off a chorus of emotion in me; sadness, recognition, familiarity, nostalgia, mystery, danger even. However I need to be able to engage with the...
Using Art to Transform Small Spaces

Using Art to Transform Small Spaces

Interview with artist Diana Shaul As an artist, I love to create pictures that tell a story, and the greatest compliment...

Interview with Photographer Andrew Fyfe

Andrew, could you tell us a little about how you got interested in photography? In 2004, good quality digital pocket cameras became reasonably affordable and being without a camera to take family shots, I bought a small Minolta. While on a walk taking pictures of the family and the lovely countryside I live in, I discovered I really liked taking outdoor shots. At this point, I...

Martin Rolt - The ONE Show

As an Artist, we are continually searching for the opportunity to display and exhibit (and maybe sell) the work of which we are most proud, in the anticipation that this will be the show that makes the difference. The show that sets us on the path to recognition and greater future success. Constantly searching for new openings. The galleries......the rejections. “Am I not good enough.......what are...

Jean Tatton Jones - Art in the Office or Workplace

Jean Tatton Jones 2008 Do your patients wait in trepidation for an extraction, or do they relax by gazing at items from Artgallery.co.uk? Do your customers eat in silence facing a plain wall, or do they engage in a lively discussion of that intriguing painting near their table? Is your office congenial to staff and customers by including works of art? Art in the work place...
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