Landscapes and Cities – Art Round April 2015 Part 1

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Welcome to Art Round, our highlights from artists and artwork on ArtWeb.com.

Featured Websites

Denise M Fraser works in both painting and textiles, and is influenced by ‘ever-changing Scottish landscapes’ and archaeological prehistoric sites. Her diverse portfolio is showcased beautifully using the ‘Escape’ template in a pared back blue colour scheme… be sure to check out this fantastic artist! http://www.denarttextile.com/

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Trudy Robertson is using the ‘Escape’ template to showcase her bright and fun watercolour illustrations. Based in Indiana, her work is influenced by nostalgic connections with place, and the people who dwell there. Our favourite gallery on her site is ‘colleges and universities’ – fascinating vignettes into the hustle and bustle of institutions around Indiana. You can also commission her to create personalised scenes, a wonderful idea for a gift…   http://trudyrobertson.artweb.com/

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Featured Art Work

Beautiful atmosphere in ‘Shapes Standing Clear’ by Tania Rutland:

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Colourful gouache by Jean Hobson:

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Like a faded memory… ‘Old Fort, Civita’ by Clare Haward:

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Featured Event

Wild At Art Exhibition

Date(s) – 17/04/2015 – 24/04/2015, M-W 10am-11pm, Thu 10am- 10pm, Fri 10am-7 pm, Sat 10am-5.30pm, Sun 11 am-5.30pm

http://islingtonartsfactory.org/get-in-touch/

Islington Arts Factory, 2 Parkhurst Road, London, N7 0SF

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Featured Interview

Wild Landscapes – Interview with Doug Roulston

 

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