The Angel of the north in Gateshead, Newcastle is Britain’s largest sculpture which was designed by Antony Gormley . It has become one of the most talked about pieces of art ever produced. The site that it was built on was selected because it would be clearly seen by drivers […]
This short but humorous little videos show us all how we can brighten up our day with this funny little breakfast man. As kids we were told to stop playing and messing about with our food and eat it. This video is exactly the opposite to that. More and more […]
Paper cutting is an old traditional folk art, that until recently has caught the eye and imagination of people all around the world. Chinese paper cutting is a tradition that is handed down from one generation to the next generation. It is passed on through the females of the families. […]
Internationally collected Artist Skye Taylor offers one on one straight from the heart encouragement for the beginning or seasoned artist with “Painters block”! Learn how to create your own space and become the best Artist you can be. From time to time we all need a little encouragement and a […]
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Professional watercolor artist Trevor Waugh confidently displays under the guidance of a soothing backing soundtrack how he would take on the complexities of painting white roses. Most people imagine white to be colorless but in actual fact it is anything but that. White is made up of all the colors […]
The People’s Painter Here in this short video, master painter Alan Bell, talks to us from a refuge where he has been helping people to express their inner most feelings and needs through painting for the last 6 years. Often in life we feel trapped and alone and yearn for […]
How do these artists take their coffee? Mark Rothko, Vincent Van Gogh, Damien Hirst, Jackson Pollock, Edvard Munch, Salvador Dali, Gustav Klimt, Georges Seurat, Piet Mondrian and Julian Schnabel and many more. Here is something a little light hearted and quite funny for you all. It has been put together […]
Amanda Cass is a creative carefree spirit living among the vineyards in Marlborough New Zealand. Her assignment in this world is to help spread love all over the world with the help from her series of quirky carefree girls inspired by Love, Life and Freedom, her style is a combination […]
Maria Amaral, an Argentinian artist well known for her paintings of tango dancers. Two bodies interact, constantly coming together and breaking apart. A dance where movement, stillness and suspended time coexist. She might say to us: ‘I am Tango’ : it is a dance whose energy seems to run through the […]
Here in this short documentary, Vincent Van Gogh, provides an insight into his life that has not been seen before. Personal letters of the great artist have been used to create a very touching and moving programme. Vincent van Gogh was born in Groot-Zundert, Holland on March 30, 1853. The […]
You are invited to attend a very first in the UK for this art form taking place in Bristol on Friday May 27th 2016 from 7pm at Kings Weston House. It promises to be an event not to be missed. Here in the UK we are very privileged to have […]
Top street artists present their work to the world on Nelson Street, Bristol. See No Evil is the UK’s most ambitious and diverse permanent street art project featuring some of the biggest names in the industry including New York based legendary artist Mark Bode, Nychos, Conor Harrington, and Bristol’s own […]
A collection of Life Drawings By Artist Fanny Gogh Manchester artist/designer Sian Doherty was named Fanny Gogh by a UK Tabloid after she famously used knickers in her ‘Knickerbokaglory’ painting/collage for her 2008 beautiful trash exhibition. Sian has worked in the international art and design industry since studying textile design […]
A look at One of the great French illustrators of the 20th century There is very little information to be had on George Barbier as a person. Writers repeatedly mention his beautiful drawings and designs, but pass over the man himself with breathtaking consistency. Whatever the reason for this omission, […]
Three very professional and committed guys got their heads together and came up with this fantastic and easy to use free website. These days there are very few things in life that are free. The whole team are good, kind hearted people and want to provide something for anyone to […]
Rosalind Franklin, was the scientist who made the first clear X-ray images of the structure of DNA. Artists Wyllie O Hagan discovered Franklin’s work on DNA whilst working in an Artist Residency in a Cancer Research UK laboratory in London Franklin’s X-ray picture ‘Photo 51’ informed Crick and Watson of […]
From childhood Josephine has had a passion for light and colour, fantasy and visual story telling. The life of a painter was clearly her destiny! Enchanting and detailed images flow freely from her imagination in an endless cascade of ideas that create the art that is known as fantasy art. […]