Magic happens when two celebrated artists join forces in a visual storytelling exhibition. Sue Fraser & Klara Jones.
Multi-media artist, Klara Jones.
Scientist turned watercolour painter.
I have a treat for readers today! An exclusive and in-depth interview with one of the most interesting artists I have had the pleasure of speaking to; contemporary artist Julee Latimer. What Julee does with paint will make you look at the materiality of… Continue Reading “Artist Interview: Julee Latimer”
King For A Day. 2018. Mixed Media: Acrylic Paint, charcoal and Pastel pencil. Size: 18 x 20
I came across an artist interview in BOMB Magazine online called Memory and Ritual: An interview with Doreen Garner by Forrest Muelrath, confronting the legacy of J. Marion Sims, the father of modern gynaecology. It concerns medical Apartheid, the medial abuse of African American… Continue Reading “Review: Interview with Doreen Garner”
In this final interview of the current series I am delighted to introduce you to the artwork of Australian artist Paul Hallam. Paul’s work is ‘bouncy’ vibrant and energetic, expressed in popular comic style art; a genre that is sadly often undervalued or underestimated in the art world.… Continue Reading “Artist Interview: Paul Hallam”
When I first ‘met’ Petra during our art studies last year she was only 18 years old yet the artwork that she has produced would have you believe that she is much older, and convinces me that she is a prodigy. Petra excels at art, music… Continue Reading “Artist Interview: Petra Kakakios”
Who are you and what do you do? Hi, my name is “j0ti” (Julie Taschke). I am an artist, wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunty and art is what I do. Why do you do what you do? I do my art for pleasure,… Continue Reading “Artist Interview: ‘Joti’ (Julie Taschke)”
Australian artist Tracey Fletcher King is one of my top favourite contemporary artists. I simply adore her unique style of art. Tracey is a wonderful teacher whose enthusiasm and love for artistic expression instills confidence and pride in the work of her students. I could easily wax lyrical about how… Continue Reading “Artist Interview: Tracey Fletcher King”
It is my great pleasure to introduce readers to Australian portrait artist, Stephen Tiernan. His portraits are beautifully rendered with expressive brushstrokes and exquisite palettes; however, Tiernan goes beyond that. He successfully manages to capture the emotions of his models, breathing an extraordinary life-like quality into his portraits, giving us – the viewer… Continue Reading “Artist Interview: Stephen Tiernan”
I have been following Andrea Lumsden’s work for some time now and am frequently amazed at what she creates from everyday materials. She excels in an art form that persuades transformation. It seems there is no challenge too big for this talented artist, particularly with regard to… Continue Reading “Artist Interview: Andrea Lumsden”
One of the my greatest pleasures since starting my studies in Fine Art has been to connect with other artists. Gaye Tait from Australia is one such artist whose work leaves me breathless and wanting more. Her style, while fresh and playful with a satisfying Klimt-like familiarity, is strong and timeless.… Continue Reading “Artist Interview: Gaye Tait”