S: Tell me a bit about your background? A: I came late to art, becoming a full-time artist in 2010 after spending the first part of my life in marketing and advertising. A serious illness and a damascene moment on the commute to London lead me to embark on a new direction. S: What inspires […]Read more "Andy Farr’s Narrative Portraits : Interview"
Jim is one of the leading Cornish Naive Art Artists and at the age of 80 is still painting most days. His works are collected by many people around the world. He started creating art when he retired at 63. He sold his furniture design business of 40 years, along with all of his shops […]Read more "Jim Rodgers Art"
Last Saturday I had the pleasure to interview the artist Katie O Art. I first came across her artworks on the internet and then one day I ended up photographing a wedding at which I met her and for which she had created beautiful and expressive dog portraits positioned on each table. I’ve been following […]Read more "Katie O Art : A bear and a hare are two different worlds"
I met Neil Moore at my first ever art exhibit at the Town Hall in Leamington. When he handed me his business card I mistakenly thought the beautiful picture of a lady in a lake with lilies was was a photograph as it looked so stunningly real that I was shocked by the realisation it […]Read more "The Art of Neil Moore"
Being one Saturday at my Ichtys exhibition at the East Lodge, LSA, I had the pleasure of getting to know the artist Bryan Kelly whose studio – ‘a little room of happiness and joy‘ (as described so well by one of his visitors) – is located at the same building at the end of Jephson Gardens. […]Read more "The Art of Bryan B Kelly"