Brad Gray – Gravity Versus Humour – Artist Interview

Artist Brad Gray lives life to the fullest. In his forty-seven years, he has lived and worked in over ten countries, plugging himself into the culture and communities of each, searching out opportunities for himself and his family, spiritedly absorbing … Read More

Sally Deng – Connecting Past and Present – Artist Profile

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Sally Deng grew up in a dual existence between living for months in China and traveling back to Los Angeles where her family owned a diner in downtown Los Angeles. This presence of opposites coming together is a recurring theme … 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

Sean Norvet – Day In & Day Out – Guest Blog

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‘Day In & Day Out’ by Sean Norvet Do we become who we are from everything we absorb and experience in our lives? I’ve always been fascinated by the idea of this. How much impact on your personality can the … 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

Chloe Early – The Tension of Opposites – Artist Profile

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Working in oils on linen and aluminium panel, Chloe Early has developed a unique style that is simultaneously lush and raw. The romantic and the gritty meet in her paintings, which tease out a distinctively poetic worldview through the juxtaposition … Read More