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Edina's works are an explosion of energy, intrigue and passion. In an instant, they communicate big ideas and big moments from both world histories and personal histories, referred to in the titles of each work. Adriana Marques met with one of her favourite artists to discuss her journey to becoming a professional painter.
Simon Job’s transient, minimalist works capture the shifting natural forces that work around us but lie just beyond our vision. We visited the artist’s studio to get the lowdown on how he fell into the world of art and how he finds the balance between chaos and control.
Rise Art insider Adriana Marques bought her first Rise Art artwork from Dai Roberts back in 2011. Six years later, she finally meets one of her favourite artists to discuss his work, recent move to Essex, and why he is fascinated with Modernism and the 21st century.
Simon M Smith's works are the epitome of springtime splendour. Discover how he creates his canvases, and hear all about his inspirations and influences.
Abstract painter and one to watch Grace Aza-Selinger's otherworldly paintings see electric colours fuse on canvas in an explosion of expression. Grace gave us a tour of her studio, revealing the step-by-step process behind her Water Blooms series and sharing the influences behind her colourful, dreamy pieces.
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.
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.
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.