Artist of the month – Seonna Hong

Dreamy, psychadelic art from an Emmy Award winning artist Californian Seonna Hong is colourful to say the least! Her bizarre, marbled, dreamy landscapes are very emotive and expressive and are built on her wonderful imagination. There is also a deep consideration of the minimal and naturalistic landscapes she creates, that are not only filled with…

Rolling Deadlines to start off your 2016 – Jan/Feb

Happy New Year you creative bunch! I have started 2016 with even more opportunities to apply for, from January to February. Keep checking the page for more updates. And Goodluck! The Other Art Fair - 15 JAN Call For Submission: SEEING Exhibition - 21 JAN Call for Artists - Le Dame Art Gallery - 31…

ARTIST OF THE MONTH – Ashley Eliza Williams

Glorious nature in all its alien-like beauty Ashley has a fascination with natural patterns and colour, finding beauty in the prosaic form of rocks, creating these mysterious alien-like shapes that float seamlessly mid air or stand alone in a desolate, apocalyptic landscape.   By studying ecological interconnections, we become increasingly aware of the tenuous relationship between…

When did drawing become so boring?

I managed to finally catch the Jerwood Drawing Prize before it closed and the Other Art Fair! But as a comparitive I was left feeling disappointed with the former. Jerwood Drawing Prize - Jerwood Visual Art, Southwark, London Every year the Jerwood Drawing Prize is a must see show for any emerging artist who loves…

Artist of the Month: TRISTRAM LANSDOWNE

With an exuberance of candy colours, impossible islands with a Frank Lloyd Wright edge, Tristram Lansdownes work is perfection (literally) Another example of what really inspires and gets my creative juices flowing! Lansdowne attempts to create and build Tracy island style works that are beautifully executed and comes from a rich background in landscape painting.…