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Gentle moments with Emily Unsworth White

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Gentle moments with Emily Unsworth White

 

Our first artist interview of 2021 is with Emily Unsworth White, a painter, collagist and textile artist living and working in Bristol. Her multi-disciplinary practice explores nature as a holy sanctum, drawing on themes of religion, fellowship and storytelling. With a palette of natural hues and pigments, materials such as sheep's wool, twine and hand-dyed fabric, Emily's body of work holds connotations of the primordial. Forming a serene cosmos of flora, fauna, paganism and ethereal figures, Emily depicts nature as a sublime otherworld- something or somewhere to be cherished and worshipped.

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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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Andrew Sinclair | Tracing Light & Shadow

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Andrew Sinclair | Tracing Light & Shadow
In our latest artist interview, we sit down with Scottish figurative painter Andrew Sinclair, who has gained recognition for his masterful use of oil paint and classical techniques. Painting in the manner of chiaroscuro, - a technique that originated during the Renaissance period that creates volume through contrasting light from dark - Andrew applies traditional methods to depicting subjects he sees in the present-day.

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