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.
Delve into Rebecca Mason's studio in our exclusive interview with 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.
Gugi Goo is one of Rise Art’s most popular artists, and it’s not surprising given these beautiful abstract paintings filled with light, life, passion and movement. Find out more about her work and inspiration in this behind the scenes interview with the artist, and see a sneak-peak into a day in her life.
There's a fierce femininity and freedom of spirit etched into the surface of Hannah Adamaszek's bohemian portraits. It's no wonder her urban portraits are so popular, and her social following so vast, when they are bang on trend. We pinned her down between projects to find out about where she finds her inspiration and how she promotes her work.
KEF! is a household name in the street art world, instantly recognised for his meticulous abstract line paintings. He adds life to the forgotten and the abandoned, not just creating street art for the sake of street art, instead painting murals that have a deep spirituality and energy hidden between the lines.
We quiz the up and coming print maker, Rosie Emerson.
Alexander Heaton is an english painter, printmaker and mountaineer based in urban London. With a love for nature and all things wild, Heaton uses mediums such as Oil, Acrylic, Gold Leaf, Silver leaf, and Screen Print to share the cosmos with disjointed public. Known to exhibit both locally and internationally, Alexander Heaton is an artist to watch out for.
Helen Bridges has graduated with a Masters in Printmaking from Cambwell College of Art in 2005. With this degree, she has made it her soul purpose to explore and combine traditional printing techniques with modern technologies. Drawing from typography, maps, medical diagrams and everyday objects, she focuses on capturing subtle patterns and combining them with the familiar.
Today's spotlight is on the artist Gary Russell. In this guest post, Gary introduces us to his art studio and lets us explore his creative space...