Articles tagged with paint
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.
Watch new-in artist Eva Czarniecka create her bright, energetic painting!
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.
A London based painter who creates abstract-like depictions of nature and people. Relying on his memory, his works celebrate the surreal, placing greater importance on expression rather than documentation and capturing the subtle sense of recollection.
Experimenting with different styles and mediums, the one thing that remains consistent with Claire Cansicks work are her definitive lines and her experienced use of colour. Living in Norfolk one can imagine where her inspiration for her famous 'Landscape' series came from. Other than her beautiful compilations of nature she has also created a collection of emotive female figures that translate effortlessly to the viewer.
Battersea Power Station hosted London's Holi Festival of Colours and as it's pretty bright, colourful and involves paint - it's right up our street.
It’s not dead, it’s not even having a nap. Charlie Levine assesses the energy of the newest crop of painters to come out of the UK’s art colleges for the Tuesday List.
Abstract painter Mark Chadwick explores the influence of technology on society by incorporating mechanical methods in the creation of his artworks
Jane Boyer uses unconventional mediums for her paintings full of hidden depth and charm.