Veronica Jaeger – A Sense of Being – Guest Blog

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‘A Sense of Being’ by Veronica Jaeger Making something out of nothing, along with the feeling of disconnecting from the reality of the everyday life to my own invented one, is what keeps me delving into the process of creating. … Read More

Steven Kenny – Surrealism (A Way of Life) – Guest Blog

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‘Surrealism (A Way of Life)’ by Steven Kenny “I believe in deeply ordered chaos.” – Francis Bacon “A linking of two realities that by all appearances have nothing to link them, in a setting that by all appearances does not … Read More

Sverre Malling – A Dark Resonance – Artist Profile

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Sverre Malling was born on 4th September, 1977. He is a Norwegian visual artist and his work, notable for its precision and intricacy, incorporates references from classical art, botany, the occult, psychedelia, folk art and children’s illustrations. After an early … Read More

Zoé Byland – Eluding Time and Space – Artist Interview

The subjects of Zoé Byland’s paintings exist within a carefully constructed monochromatic universe; exuding a curious timelessness and imbued with a palpable atmosphere. Through her protagonists, Byland invites us on a journey into intriguing territory, where past and present collide, … Read More

Marc Burckhardt – Standing on the Shoulders of Giants – Artist Interview

On first glance, Marc Burckhardt’s paintings appear to have been handed down through generations; their aged appearance and rustic aesthetic is reminiscent of that of the great masters of the Northern Renaissance. Burckhardt’s imagery is rich with symbolism, which draws … Read More

Madeline von Foerster – Power Over Nature – Artist Profile

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To create her unusual paintings, Madeline von Foerster uses a five century-old mixed technique of oil and egg tempera, developed by the Flemish Renaissance Masters. Although linked stylistically to the past, her paintings are passionately relevant to the present, as … Read More

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