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Patricia Cain | The Interchange Between Representation and Abstraction

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Patricia Cain | The Interchange Between Representation and Abstraction

Patricia Cain is a multi-award-winning artist living and working in rural Scotland. Widely recognised for her large-scale pastel drawings that vacillate between figurative and abstract art, Patricia tells readers about why she sees herself as more of a 'drawer' than a 'painter' and how her immediate environment is central to her practice.  You are a practicing artist living and working in the beautiful countryside of Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, but previous to that you lived in Glasgow. Why did you decide to relocate and has the change of environment influenced your work? I lived in Glasgow for about 13 years...

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A tête à tête with Sarah J. Stanley

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A tête à tête with Sarah J. Stanley
Just in time for Women's International Day, we interview Sarah J. Stanley, the painter from Glasgow, about her new series of artworks, entitled '1 to 6000'. She talks about how her strict Christian cult upbringing is the stimulus to her nonconformist art and how outsider artists, Z B Armstrong and Howard Finster have heavily influenced her love of grids and text.

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Daryl Rainbow

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Daryl Rainbow
We recently interviewed visual artist Daryl Rainbow. Daryl studied illustration at Camberwell College of the Arts and now lives and works in Hackney, London. Alongside a career as an editorial illustrator - for publications such as, Pickles, These Football Times, and Wall Street International, - Daryl creates and sells figurative works of art that look at the transience of youth culture and technology.

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