Soey Milk – Inflorescence – Artist Interview

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The figurative paintings of Soey Milk combine the raw power and confidence of her bold brushwork with the profound intimacy she infuses into the rendering of her stunning protagonists. A master at making opposites sing together in harmony, Milk interweaves … Read More

Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak – True Colors – Guest Blog

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‘True Colors’ by Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak I perceive my display as a collection of stories, reality flashes as if captured with a Polaroid, where each one of them contains its main emotion. When I started my work on the newest series … Read More

Alessia Iannetti – Aurora Consurgens – Guest Blog

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‘Aurora Consurgens’ by Alessia Iannetti ‘Aurora Consurgens’ comes from the Latin and translates in English as ‘Rising Dawn’. It is a title usually given to alchemic essays, such as the manuscript attributed to Tommaso d’Acquino, which focuses on the philosopher’s … Read More

Camilla d’Errico – Sky – Guest Blog

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‘Sky’ by Camilla d’Errico When I was in Rome, I kept hearing this phrase: “We all live under the same sky.” There, they celebrate just being human. It doesn’t matter what color you are, what your background is. They understand … Read More

Adrian Cox – Terra Incognita – Guest Blog

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‘Terra Incognita’ by Adrian Cox My current solo exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery, Terra Incognita, continues the mythic narrative of the Border Creatures, a race of hybrid beings that populate my work. I’ve long considered my artistic practice to be … Read More

Lauren Marx – Witnesses – Artist Interview

The potent emotional charge imbedded within an artwork by Lauren Marx comes from her wonderful ability and willingness to tap into her personal fount of vulnerability. Having always had a profound connection with animals and the natural world, Marx has … Read More

Miho Hirano – Beauties of Nature – Artist Interview

The exquisite subtleties of colour, line and tone found in Miho Hirano’s ethereal oil paintings infuse her dream women with a myriad of delicately emotive layers and create nuances of intrigue and intricate depth. Through a sophisticated combining of facets … Read More

Ron English – TOYBOX: America in the Visuals – Artist Interview

The visual imagery of pioneering Pop Art iconoclast, Mr. Ron English, is recognisable to most (whether everyone knows the artist’s name or not), such is the sagacity of the creative mind behind some of the most strikingly pervasive images of … Read More

Yuka Sakuma – Miniature Garden – Guest Blog

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‘Miniature Garden’ by Yuka Sakuma My artworks belong to a genre named ‘Nihonga’ (Japanese-style painting). Artists of Nihonga use colored pigments made from powdered ores and seashells. Those pigments are solidified with glue and colored hemp paper. Compared to tubed … Read More

Nicoletta Ceccoli – Hide and Seek – Guest Blog

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‘Hide and Seek’ by Nicoletta Ceccoli With this series, I play with the idea of identity, hidden self, what we show, what we are, and the different meanings that the words ‘Hide’ and ‘Seek’ evoke to me. In my mind, … Read More

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