Articles posted in Meet The Artist
Self-taught artist Violet Astor discovered the meditative medium of drawing as a form of art therapy to aid her in her ongoing battle with Lymes Disease. Discover her incredible story and hear about her recent travels to India in our exclusive interview with the artist.
We recently caught up with London-based illustrator and artist, Ellie Vandoorne, getting a tour of her studio and and observing the stages of her practice. Discover more about Ellie and browse her latest releases on Rise Art.
From embroiding the front cover of Bradford's 1989 British Telecom telephone directory to his life as a synesthete, we bring you 5 things you didn't know about David Hockney.
Genevieve invites us into her beloved studio, and tells us all about the meditative rituals that fuel her energetic works.
Check out our exclusive interview with renowned Icelandic artist, Kristjana Williams, whose intricate works capture fantastic, tropical illustrations and intricate 3D city maps. She shows us her studio and explains what art means to her.
Parisian based artist Wayne Sleeth is known for his visceral, abstract works that capture a new and unique perspective on traditional landscapes. Painting has always been a part of his life, and here he shares with us his journey as an artist, from relocating to Paris, to transcending from classical to contemporary styles of painting.
Italian-born artist Francesco Polazzi uses a combination of oil paint, pastels and acrylic to create figurative, formal paintings inspired by a deeper thinking and a reflection on the human spirit. We sat down with the painter in his eclectic studio to find out more about the shifting inspiration behind his works, and what he loves most about pursuing the path of an artist.
Finnish artist Iidu Tikkanen makes large scale, abstract, often almost psychedelic paintings that explore our perceptions of the world. We sat down with the artist to find our more about how it all began, and what’s happening in her studio right now.
Artist Corinne Natel is known for her beautiful, vibrant and emotive abstract works, investigating colour, form, space and texture with real finesse. Working with acrylic and mixed media, Natel’s expression of energy means a blank white canvas takes on new form, developing a life of its own and a new entity.
We spoke with Hush about his laborious technique, his incessant travel, and his recent curatorial project in New York. Read on to find out more from one the most successful street artists on the scene right now.