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Interviewing ceramic sculptor Sally Fitchard

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Sally Fitchard is a ceramic sculptor living and working from her home and studio in Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire, UK. Speaking of her love of clay and fascination with the human subject, Sally reflects on her artistic journey so far and how people-watching- a skill adopted out of necessity as a military child switching schools every two years- continues to inform her practice.

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Getting to know Irish artist Laura McMorrow

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This June, we caught up with Laura McMorrow a multi-disciplinary artist living and working in Leitrim, Ireland. Working across painting, collage, film and sculpture, Laura makes work that draws on nature. She has a Masters in Fine Art from the University of Ulster in Belfast, and in 2017 was awarded the Burren College of Art 'Emerging Irish Residency Award.'

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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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Jorunn Mulen | A Porthole Into Jorunn's Studio

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Jorunn Mulen | A Porthole Into Jorunn's Studio

 

Jorunn Mulen offers us a porthole into her serene studio in Bergen, Norway. Like a lot of countries around the world right now, Norway is in lockdown forcing many of its citizens to work from home. Jorunn, however, is no stranger to this having spent the last nine years painting in her home studio.

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