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

Richard J Oliver – The Journey of the Universal Self – Artist Interview

Richard J Oliver’s beautifully rich and profoundly rewarding imagery invokes a lexicon of visceral sentiments within us, which encourage our inevitably deep rooted emotional connections with his subjects. Oliver invites us to accompany him on his unfolding inner journey, through … Read More

Caro – Emotional Attachments – Curator Interview

For Caro, a contemporary art enthusiast and multidisciplinary curator extraordinaire, there is no such thing as a typical day. Currently, her expansive and much sought after skill set, is being put to sensational use as a curator at Corey Helford … Read More

Mark Bryan – The Predicaments We Place Ourselves In – Artist Interview

For artist Mark Bryan, humour and satire provide the possibilities of maintaining, and more often than not, amplifying the interest and intrigue of his audience, even when the messages he presents are somewhat unpalatable or disturbing. A veteran of the … Read More

Heidi Taillefer – Difficult Relationships – Artist Interview

The artwork of Heidi Taillefer explores age old philosophical questions concerning the human condition and our relationships with technology; concepts which have never been so relevant, given our current scientific advancements. Delivering a truly contemporary spin on classic iconography, Taillefer … Read More

Deth P. Sun – Keeping a Clean House – Artist Interview

The magical swashbuckling adventure world in evidence within the paintings created by Deth P. Sun, is largely brought to life through his passion for history, the natural world and the small circulation self-published works that we know as zines. Having … Read More

Kevin Sloan – The End of the Street – Artist Interview

Kevin Sloan’s ‘allegorical realism’ occupies a fascinating territory where the natural world and humanity’s cultural contributions collide. The deliberately awkward interchanges that occur give rise to relationships which at first may strike us as unbalanced, although on closer inspection display … Read More

Jeff Christensen – Out in the Woods – Artist Interview

The imagery which spills forth from the mind of Jeff Christensen takes its cues from his discomfort within society, his distrust of people in power, and his unease with the dogma of organised religion and the pervasive credulity of superstition. … Read More

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