Q+A with Yorkshire-based Oil Painter Lucy Fiona Morrison

Having graduated from Norwich School of Art in 2010, Lucy Morrison has pursued a passion for painting, working professionally in oils, based in Yorkshire.

Interview with Abstract Painter Robyn Saurine

Robyn Saurine’s art is influenced by experiences and travels in the Australian Outback, Asia and Italy. She explores the world of texture, portraiture, stylised drawing, colour and collage.

Interview with Mixed Media Artist Carolina Amaya

Carolina Amaya is a visual artist from Colombia. She works with mixed media materials such as textiles, photography, oil and acrylic, exploring the subject of dreams, intuition and other ways of life.

Interview: Photographer Kirsten Mumford

European born but raised in South Africa, Kirsten Mumford left her home to forge a life as an expatriate, travelling the globe and applying her unique, nomadic perspective to her photographic practice.

Interview: Photographer Osamu Jinguji

Osamu Jinguji was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1962. The photographer originally worked as an actor and model. Following many career changes, he settled on black and white street photography.

Interview: Photographer Larry Woodmann

Larry Woodmann’s cinematic photographs encompass roadside documentary of America, and his impressions of life on the streets of Milan, his permanent home. We speak with the photographer.

In Conversation with Artist and Philosopher Sasikrishnan

Sasikrishnan is one of India’s most modern conceptualists. Passionate about propagating art, he has taught at schools across India and Kuwait and has exhibited his work internationally.

Interview: Brooklyn-based Painter Lauren Matsumoto

Lauren Matsumoto is a Brooklyn-based painter who explores how we relate to the natural world through her hybrid form of painting, drawing, and vintage collage, incorporating ephemera into her art.

Interview with Fine Art Photographer Viet Ha Tran

Madrid-based Vietnamese fine art photographer Viet Ha Tran captures ephemeral moments of female emotion, and is influenced by Asian culture, classical painting, poetry and philosophy.

Interview: American Digital Artist Cecil Eci’Am Gresham

American artist Cecil Eci’Am Gresham works predominately with painting and mixed media art, but also has a distinctly digital style, which results in his unconventional, boldly abstract imagery.

Interview with Abstract Painter Dagmar Dost-Nolden

Dagmar Dost-Nolden is a painter, sculptor and performer based in Cologne. She is fascinated by different forms of energy, which is the main subject of her radically subjective and individual art.

Interview with Artist Si Gross

Si Gross makes collectable Pop Art based on people featured in headline news stories. It is a world full of truth and lies that he captures with a combination of sincere and satirical illustrations.

Interview with Artist Hormazd Narielwalla

Hormazd Narielwalla uses bespoke Savile Row tailoring patterns, and their antiquarian and contemporary trade counterparts, to create artworks exploring the body in abstract form.

Interview with Painter and Sculptor Bernadetta Tajs

Artist Bernadetta Tajs, who completed her arts education in Krakow, Poland, explores the light hearted side of life, using her own imagination as a starting point for her painting and sculptures.

Interview with Lukasz Snopkiewicz, Photographer

Photographer Lukasz Snopkiewicz plays with the possibilities of black and white digital imagery to depict the reflective qualities of water, revealing both its creative and destructive capabilities.

Interview: Painter David Lee

David Lee is an artistic polymath. Alongside Turner-esque cloud formations, Lee covers all the bases of the human imagination, rejecting boundaries of conventional artistic licence.

Karen Thomas paints dynamic Pop Culture Icons

Karen Thomas, a British artist based in France, creates dynamic, painterly depictions of pop culture icons such as Mickey Mouse, which are characterised by their thick, quick brush strokes.

Interview with Barrie Dale

Barrie Dale believes that the natural world represents a largely untapped source of artistic interest. He sees no barriers or even distinctions between the Arts and the Sciences.

Peter “Snopix” Higgins – Exploring Digital Art

Creator Peter “Snopix” Higgins had no idea he’d still be creating in 2015. Having no formal training just the desire to create, he has gone on an almost 40 year adventure leaving him rich in works of art.

Artist / Gambler – Exploring the Work of Loz Taylor

With the gamble of life all around, it seems strange that so few artists major in the subject. Step forward Loz Taylor, who, as a gambler of 30 years, is well equipped to conjure up images based on the theme.