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Facebook Competition

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New weekly competition: is your image on our facebook wall? We have just launched a new competition on our Facebook page, where you could win free membership for 6 months or a year! Every Wednesday we’ll be selecting an artwork…

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Steve Grant – Time for A Sea Change

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I am 51 years of age and have just moved from Cornwall to London. When did you decide to pursue art as a career? When I was…

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Getting the Most Out of Your Website

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Having control over your own website is great! Changes can be made quickly and easily, and you can add your own artistic touches whenever you feel like it. It does take a little care and attention though, so I figured…

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Laura Alexandrou – COOLAROCK Rocks!

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Being a crafts maker Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself Through a lifetime of travel I have discovered many crafts and media supports that have awakened my interest and given me the inspiration to develop my…

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Chrissy Guest – Sussex in the Abstract

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I live in Sussex and work from home using my attached garage as a studio space. My work is mainly oil on canvas, sometimes with the addition…

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Ray Johnstone – Painting the Village People

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I am an Australian artist and art teacher, and I live with my wife in an 800 year old house in a tiny medieval village in southwest…

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Cadi Froehlich – On Course for a Trophy

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I live and work in Brighton. I have been a full-time art student for four years and am about to complete my Fine Art Foundation Degree (FdA)…

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David Ian Smith – Seeing the Light

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I am a retired art teacher, aged 61. I had to take early retirement some years ago for health reasons and, as I had always kept up…

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Frances Doherty – Ceramic Gardener

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I’m a ceramicist making small and large ceramic sculptures for indoor and outdoor environments. My studio is in Normandy, but I exhibit mainly in Britain, so I…

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Artists’ Events: May

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OPEN UP SHEFFIELD 2011 7-8 May Free Sheffield Cathedral Church Street Sheffield S1 1HA UK On Sunday the Cathedral will be open from 12.30pm onwards. http://www.markhwilson.co.uk *** Made in Clerkenwell Summer Open Studios 19-22 May £2.50 Crafts Central Studios 33–35…

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