Jeremy Fish – Stopping to Smell the Roses – Artist Interview

Through the use of both traditional and personal symbolism, in combination with an intelligent wit, artist and illustrator Jeremy Fish revels in the creation of cultured narratives and inventive visual puns. Having developed his distinctive artistic voice and bold aesthetic … Read More

Alex Gross – Antisocial Network – Artist Interview

Within the emotionally charged and powerfully discerning art of Alex Gross, we are treated to scenes of both dreamlike surreality and slabs of hard hitting reality, which dish up copious disturbing home truths, while asking us to confront our modern … Read More

Jamie Adams – Subterranean Narratives – Artist Interview

By assembling a melange of nostalgically inspired melodrama, artist Jamie Adams beckons to our subconscious, urging it to follow his own into the rabbit hole on a quest for the ever vital artistic holy grail; a glimpse into the human … Read More

Nick Sheehy – X Won’t Always Equal Y – Artist Interview

Nick Sheehy listens carefully to the distant vibrations of memories and inspirations projected forth from his youth and childhood imagination. His work emanates from a source very far removed from the ofttimes overly pretentious, concept driven offerings of the contemporary … Read More

Hikari Shimoda – Memento Mori – Artist Interview

The paintings of Hikari Shimoda beguile with their sparkling magic and seduce us into a fantastical world where everything is not quite as it first seems. The kawaii and manga inspired cuteness soon reveals itself as a clever, candy coated … Read More

Jean Labourdette – Light Through Darkness – Artist Interview

The appearance of Jean Labourdette’s art studio is the quintessence of what most people will bring to mind if asked to imagine a fine artist’s work space. A collector of mysterious antiques and object d’art from times gone by, Jean … Read More

Tim Lee – Getting a Splinter or Two – Artist Interview

In Tim Lee’s artwork, it is not unusual for the dead to rise from their graves, emerging from their coffins clutching folk guitars, or pistols, or copious quantities of moonshine… or all of the above. These curious characters appear to … Read More

Bob Dob – Life Isn’t Always Good Times – Artist Interview

Artist and illustrator, Bob Dob, is a master at nurturing and cultivating the memories of his youth, and these lie at the very heart of the narratives and characters he loves to develop and explore in his art. While tapping … Read More

Troy Brooks – The B-Girls – Artist Interview

The enigmatic charm of the somewhat androgynous, yet undeniably glamourous female protagonists who take centre stage within Troy Brooks’s imagery, beckon us into their tales of mystery and peril with a beguiling magnetism. Painted with his signature elongation, the Women … Read More

Tran Nguyen – The Road to Well-Being – Artist Interview

The soft and ethereal nature of Tran Nguyen’s emotionally imbued artworks lends itself beautifully to the psycho-therapeutic intention behind her imagery. Tran has long been fascinated by the concept that visual art possesses power as a support vehicle to the … Read More

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