Angela Smith, Canine, gloss, enamel and oil on canvas, 38x38cm, 2011.
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Since graduating from Leeds University in 2007 Joe Simpson has developed his craft as a painter blending his practice with commissions and more personal projects. With his show ‘Musician Portraits’ open in London, and his portait of Maxi Jazz in the BP Portrait Award 2011, he takes time out to fill us in on his career so far.
Konrad Wyrebek, Olivia Palermo and her boyfriend Johannes Huebl, oil and acrylic on canvas, 120x90cm, 2011.
Arron Kuiper, Box 8, oil paint, aquagel, glass vitrine, 2011.
Ben Ashton, At Home with the Ashtons (detail), oil on board, wooden structural installation and mirror, 2011.
Is surface texture, pattern and ‘the natural’ an escape or a trap? Rosalind Davis talks to Andrew Bryant about this and other questions in her work written about in her Artists talking blog.
Despite setting up a successful jewellery business with her husband, blogger Jane always knew she was an artist and eventually found the time and space to develop her painting. Andrew Bryant talks to Jane about business, the relationship between art and craft, the obsession with interpretation and about feminism and painting.
Nicola Williams, Cement Garden, 2009.
Alex Ball, The Obstacle, oil on linen, 31×23.5cm, 2010.
Dolly Thompsett, Night Landing (Blue)
John Stark, Rose Garden, oil on wood panel, 50cm diameter, 2010. Image courtesy of the artist and CHARLIE SMITH london.
Fiona MacDonald, Cumulissa, 2009.
Sarah Harvey, Promise.
In this blog I reflect on my ongoing artistic practice, primarily painting and drawing.
Graham Crowley is one of the most distinguished living painters in the UK today. As the deadline closes on entry to the John Moores 2010 competition, Kate Brundrett asked him for his views on the competition’s significance and for his ‘take’ on the state of contemporary art practice.
Nina Murdoch’s Rockingham Row.
Benet Spencer’s History Painting.
Brendan Lyons, Blu Painting (detail), acrylic paint, 80x80cm, 2008. Installed at the Bluecoat, Liverpool.
Kerry Harker, Narcissist, T-shirt with vinyl lettering, unlimited edition multiple. Photo: Cathal Carey
Charles Saatchi saw one of Jenny Saville’s paintings and commissioned a series, but she believes it’s hard work and dedication that sustain her.
I arrived in Osaka, Japan with a certain amount of excitement and trepidation.
My work is mostly about perception: the way we look at the world, building up an image of the whole from different fragments.
The figure in motion is central to my practice.
I work with collections of thoughts, memories and snippets taken from journeys and observations some everyday and others more fantastical and harness and order these responses and experiences through a variety of forms.
In 1999 after living in London for twelve years my family and I moved to Portsmouth.