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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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Image Copyright For Artists

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Copyright is legal protection for the author of creative/original works, essentially this gives the author exclusive rights to reproduce, sell and broadcast the work. The laws are country specific, but many countries are signatory to The Berne Convention which gives reciprocal protection…

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Open Studio

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How To Exhibit In An Open Studio Comming soon In the mean time, please use the links below to contact open studio organisations directly.   A Typical Open Studio In more recent times open studios have taken on the format of…

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John Kiely – Elemental Imagery

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Being a photographer Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I am a landscape photographer from the North West of England. I work primarily in medium and large format, both digital and on film. I shoot mainly…

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Jackie Raybone – Political and Scenic Landscapes

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself Hi. I am an artist and part time Art teacher, originally from the Midlands, but have lived in Brighton since 2000. My art practice has changed over…

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Robert Littleford – A World of Illustration

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Being an illustrator Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I have illustrated for many publications around the world including the Wall Street Journal, Washington Times, Vogue, Traveller, GQ, San Francisco Chronicle and the Toronto Post. My…

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Sue McLearie – Creature Creations

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself A contemporary artist based in Hampshire, creating unique creature artworks from recycled paper and wire. When did you decide to pursue art as a career? In 1997,…

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Abby Hook – Clasping Opportunities

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Being a jewellery artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I was bought a bead weaving loom one Christmas. I spent hours and hours sorting out a mixed bag of seed beads that came with it…

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Paul Birch – Taking a Shot at Pop

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I don’t stand out in a crowd. How and when did you start out as an artist? I’ve been drawing since I was a child, as a…

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Malcolm Croft – Kahlo as Muse

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Being a painter Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I studied photography at college and became a press photographer in Fleet Street and then Manchester. I was very lucky, having turned my hobby into my career.…

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Harry Stoll – Interstellar Inspiration

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself Harry Stoll is a creative artist who originally trained as a studio potter making high-fired stoneware and porcelain, before later moving into Modern Figurative Sculpture and Contemporary…

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