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Featured Artist: Per Adolfsen

Per Adolfsen is an expressionist who left his studio three years ago when he decided to solely draw directly from nature. Influenced by artists such as Edvard Munch, Adolfsen creates emotive, dreamlike pieces in coloured pencil and crayon

Featured Artist: Alanna Hernandez

Alanna Hernandez is a self-taught artist known for her coloured pencil and wax pastel works. Her pieces explore the body and human relationships through flowing ribbon-like forms.

Featured Artist: Jane Hunt

Jane Hunt is an oil painter based in Colorado. After she moved from the UK to the USA, she received a BFA in Illustration from the Cleveland Institute of Art.…

Featured Artist: Iva Vanacova

Iva Vanacova is an artist and illustrator living in Prague. Her fashion illustrations reflect a love of colour, elegance, movement and pattern. Prior to shifting to working in fashion, Vanacova…

Featured Artist: Alice Wilson

Multimedia artist Alice Wilson speaks to us about her process and practice, from utilising repurposed materials to explore the concept of landscape, to how residencies have impacted her work.

Featured Artist: Elyse Blackshaw

Elyse Blackshaw promotes sustainable and inclusive fashion illustration through her workshops, using scrap materials and her own recycled pieces

Featured Artist: Andrew Jamieson

Throughout his 40-year career as a heraldic artist and manuscript illustrator, Andrew Jamieson has used Winsor & Newton watercolours and gouache.
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Featured Artist: Orlanda Broom

Orlanda Broom creates vibrant, colourful paintings of lush and floral landscapes and fluid and abstract resin works.

Featured Artist: August Sandström

Stockholm-based watercolour artist August Sandström discusses his creative process and the inspiration behind the moody, rainy-day rural landscapes of northern Sweden in his paintings.
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Featured Artist: Tim Fowler

Meet Tim Fowler, a mixed-media artist who speaks with us about his vibrant botanical compositions and their connection to his West African ancestry.

Featured artist: Cécile Lobert

Cécile Lobert is a Belgian neurodiverse, non-verbal visual artist. Cécile spent her youth in the United Arab Emirates, France and Libya. Today, Cécile works in a studio based in Brussels.…

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