I met Melanie virtually thanks to Jan Phethean whom I interviewed earlier this week. I find her works truly magical, they have this energy that brings you to a world filled with light, colour and wonder! Have a watch at the video conversation I had with Melanie: S: Tell me a bit about your background? […]Read more "In conversation with Melanie Hodge"
I met Jan virtually while organising a digital art fair for the Association of British Naive Artists (ABNA) of which we are both members. I was instantly mesmerised by the energy and brightness of her paintings, by her life journey and her positivity in the video conversation we had. So I suggested we make an […]Read more "In conversation with Jan Phethean"
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"
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I was looking for a specialist arts shop in Leamington Spa, I really thought there isn’t one until a friend told me to find ‘Chrome Yellow Arts‘ – it turned out it’s only minutes away from my studio. That’s how I got to meet Suminder who, along with her partner Jonathan, both artists, are running […]Read more "The Art of Suminder"
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"
This is the name of my new project I will be working on this year. I would like to create a book filled with photography artworks and interviews with the muses from those photographs. Ichtys* is the symbol of Christianity in times when you had to hide your religion because of fear of being killed. […]Read more "Ichtys* (Fish) / The Fisherman’s daughter"