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Maureen Nathan Interview

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Maureen Nathan is an artist who uses a multitude of mediums and materials to explore and respond to her surroundings. Born and raised on the west coast of Canada, Maureen settled in the UK as a young adult. She splits her time between her home and studio in North London and her workspace in rural Dorset. Her work has been shown with the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, The Royal Academy, Wells Art Contemporary and the Royal West of England Academy. 

To give our followers more insight into Maureen's practice, we made this short video. For further information about her work, click here to visit her profile on the Broth Art website.

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Jorunn Mulen Interview

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Jorunn Mulen Interview

 

Jorunn Mulen is a painter living and working in Bergen, Norway. With a MA in Illustration & Authorial Practice from Falmouth College of Art, UK, Jorunn's visual narratives are concerned with persona and the complex stories, secrets and histories that manifest on the surface. Showing her work in London, LA, Tokyo and across Italy, Jorunn has received worldwide recognition for her alluring portraiture. To learn more about her artistic practice and the inspiration behind her work, I asked her the following questions.......

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Stewart Swan Interview | An Evolving Process

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Stewart Swan Interview | An Evolving Process

 

In our latest interview, we chat to Glasgow-based mixed-media artist, Stewart Swan. Read on to learn more about key influences in his work, his love of 'chance marks and happy accidents' and his aversion to blank canvases.

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Rue Asher | An Abstract Journey

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Rue Asher | An Abstract Journey
Since gaining her degree in Illustration from Brighton University, Rue Asher has gone on to receive national recognition for exhibiting at the Royal Watercolour Society and The Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, and being shortlisted in 2015 for The Sunday Times Watercolour Competition. As a recent addition to Broth Art stable, we wanted to learn more about Rue's artistic practice and the inspiration behind her work.

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