The Fauves, French for 'Wild Beasts', were so termed because of their liberal application of colour and their disregard for realism. Intense colours, thick brushstrokes and simplified forms characterise their work. We spotlight five artists whose work is reminiscent of the vibrant Fauvist movement.
Lisa Takahashi is a British printmaker who works in linocut. Her colourful, geometric prints have been featured at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and on BBC Surrey. We ask Lisa why she likes working in linocut and about how she produces her prints.
British painter Fred Ingrams has developed a fascination with the strange marshy landscape of the Fens in eastern England. We quiz the artist about his connection to the landscape and ask him to describe the methods and materials he uses to create his expressive visions of the Fens.
Daniela Schweinsberg's abstracts are visceral. You feel these works as much as you see them. We take a tour of her Frankfurt studio to get a glimpse of the processes that lie behind all the spray paint, pastel and paste.
We interviewed the artist who spends his days transforming music into paint on canvas.
Take a tour of his studio, hear about his upcoming show alongside the Venice Biennale and find out exactly what pursuing creativity means to Nick Malone.
When it comes to photography, Martin Stranka is a game changer. Hear his inspiring story and discover how he makes his works - there's a method to his magic.
Read our exclusive interview with Irene Hoff to hear her story, see her works in progress and get a glimpse at her incredible studio space.
It’s a dramatic look, but how do you avoid the dreaded clash and really pull it off?
There's never been a better or more easy time to discover and buy art, and to think about starting an enriching art collection - it's not as out of reach as you might think. Follow these top 5 tips for the new collector and you'll be well on your way to kickstarting your collection.