Author Archive for Rebecca Wall

Media in focus: tapestry

By in Art And Culture


0 comments

Today, tapestry is enjoying a rebirth, fuelled by contemporary artists embracing its ancient techniques.

Continue reading

An art lover’s guide to Edinburgh

By in Art And Culture


0 comments

This Edinburgh art guide will direct you to world-class collections of Old Master paintings alongside innovative contemporary galleries.

Continue reading

Media in focus: Chinese traditional painting

By in Art And Culture


0 comments

Contemporary artist of Chinese ink painting

A brief guide on the techniques, materials and history of Chinese traditional painting.

Continue reading

Media in focus: egg tempera

By in Artwork, How To


0 comments

egg tempera landscape painting

Did you know egg tempera is more durable than oil and with a luminosity similar to watercolour?

Continue reading

Working with art galleries: what artists need to know

By in How To


0 comments

Art gallery representation

Should artists still seek gallery representation?

Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Show Your Art: How to Build an Art Career Without a Gallery’ by Gita Joshi

By in Resources


0 comments

A review of Gita Joshi’s book on career advice for artists, offering tips on the foundations for success.

Continue reading

Media in focus: vellum

By in Artwork, How To


0 comments

vellum art

Vellum is one of the oldest surfaces available to artists, and is among the most technically challenging. Used by medieval monks, Albrecht Dürer, and by the UK government to record Acts of Parliament, it continues to inspire contemporary artists, many…

Continue reading

Generosity is infectious: the Artist Support Pledge

By in Art And Culture


0 comments

The Artist Support Pledge is a way for artists to help each other during these uncertain times.

Continue reading

Preparing for a recession as a contemporary artist

By in How To


0 comments

preparing for a recession

Even as many governments worldwide begin to ‘reopen’ their economies after coronavirus-related shutdowns, it will be a long road to recovery. The Bank of England has predicted that the UK is facing its sharpest recession on record — in April, its economy…

Continue reading