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Equip yourself with these key tools and materials for screen printing

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Is screen printing one of the most traditional of fine art processes, or instead a relatively recent development in printing? From a certain perspective, one could say it to be both; after all, stencilled handprints were among the very first…

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Old Kingdom – artist interview with Lee Kirby

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In this Spotlight artist interview, Lee Kirby shares his detailed sculptural works, and talks about how his passion for Ancient Egypt directly influences his work. See more of Lee’s work at: www.oldkingdom.artweb.com Being a crafts maker Please give us a…

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Interview with Artist and Architect Sophie Coe

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Sophie Coe

In this spotlight interview, artist and architect Sophie Coe talks to us about her practice, and how the two strands of her creativity balance and support each other. You can see more of Sophie’s work at http://www.sophiecoe.co.uk/. Being an artist Please…

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Our current top 5 ArtWeb sites

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Here at ArtWeb we are always impressed with the level of detail and consideration that goes into artists’ websites. Here are our top 5 picks that have stood out recently (in no particular order!): 1. Patricia Coyler As it happens,…

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Winter skies and foxes on cushions – Art round February part 1

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It’s that time again – our highlights from the last 2 weeks of artwork, artists and events in the world of ArtWeb! Featured websites Our current featured website belongs to interior accessories designer and maker Lettie Belle. Her site is…

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Alexander Johnson, Printmaker – from punk graphics to Rembrandt

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself Painter/printmaker making semi-abstract work influenced by everything from punk graphics to Rembrandt. When did you decide to pursue art as a career? After seeing a sculpture by…

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I was innocently browsing The Artists Web today, when I stumbled across the website of an old favourite of mine Patrick Coughlan. I’ve always enjoyed the humour of his print work, and to my delight, Patrick has been with us…

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