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KA-POW! Han’s pop-art is still exploding into the galleries!

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In this week’s interview, we’re talking pop-art with a successful artist specialising in this unique genre.  Hans has experienced great success with his work and with love of all-things-retro very much ‘in the now’, his art is encompassing a wider…

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A very (im)proper exhibition…

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The UK’s only erotic art gallery, Impure Art, which is based in the cosmopolitan settings of Brighton, is about to launch an exciting exhibition with an even more exciting new talent! The exhibition explores a series of arresting and sensual…

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Student Art Shows 2009

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Alight on the shore!

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In March this year, The Artists Web featured the work of Clare Lynn, whose light installations have been creating quite a stir amongst their viewers!  Clare’s love of changing the atmosphere and look of often dark, neglected areas with hundreds…

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Dan Fone, Post 3 – The Vicious Circles

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It’s been a while since my last post and the reason for that is the increasing pace of my Digital Arts MA. We’ll be putting up the final show in pretty much exactly one month. This raises one of the…

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Brass Monkeys are warm with success despite the cold credit climate

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In this week’s Spotlight, I’ve been invited to the home of all things silver, precious and beautiful.  Brass Monkeys was launched 18 months ago as a shop/workshop in Hove, the brainchild of Sam Maund and Jenifer Wall, following the impressive (albeit freezing)…

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Dan Fone Post 2 – What kind of artwork sells at the Affordable Art Fair?

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A month or so ago I went to The Affordable Art Fair. I hadn’t been expecting to enjoy it. I’ve been to the fair before, and felt annoyed. About 60% of the work seemed to fit into a few categories.…

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Dan Fone, Post 1 – Introduction

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Hello. My name’s Dan Fone and I have a photography site here on The Artists Web. I’m going to be writing a few articles exploring ways of selling my work, both through my site and elsewhere. I have another website…

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Stretching beyond conformity…Roger’s sculptures break the mould.

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In this week’s ‘Spotlight’, we are exploring clay, themes of conformity and the ‘buzz’ of the creative process with Roger Whitaker, one of our very popular artists and a ground-breaking and award-winning sculptor.  Roger’s work is certainly different to the…

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Just when you thought Thursdays were rather dull…..

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…along came Hastings with a rather fantastic arty idea!  Hastings’ Old Town is a fantastic place to visit, and this summer the growing number of local galleries are launching a new initiative to make a visit even more interesting.  From…

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Big move, big project, big launch!

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Jamie McCartney has recently moved his bodycasting studio from Brighton’s (very open-to-the-elements) seafront to the hustle and bustle of the Laines, in Ship Street Gardens. Jamie’s award-winning work is popular and a source of much interest to those who have…

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Lighting the way – Clare transforms our landscapes with her art & insight!

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In this week’s Spotlight interview, we’re delving into the world of light and installations with talented up-and-coming artist, Clare Lynn. Clare’s work has memsmerised and intrigued many and with a tidal extravaganza just around the corner, she certainly has the…

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You can take the artist out of the city……

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In this edition of ‘Spotlight’, we’re talking to one of The Artist’s Web’s most popular artists, Alexander MacFaul. Alexander’s mesmerizing paintings focus on cityscapes and the occasional countryside setting, using weather and emotion to produce wonderfully atmospheric and evocative works.…

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An Artists Guide To Twitter

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In this edition of The Artists Newsletter we’ll start the first in a series looking at how artists can make the most of ‘social media’. Today we look at how artists can use twitter.com to raise their profile and connect…

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Flying on the wings of fantasy & success….

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In this edition of Spotlight, we’re joined by illustrator and landscape artist, Lisa Berkshire. Inspired by books, ariel views, the stunning landscapes of Cornwall and her young son, Lisa has worked extensively as a children’s literature illustrator and has recently…

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