A Day With William Kendall

William Kendall is a gifted American painter who uses a distinctive color palette and a mix of techniques – including layering, impasto, scumble and glazing to construct striking abstract works. From the silence of his[…]

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A Day With Stefan Reiss

Stefan Reiss is a German artist whose artistic approach focuses on the physical experience and transformation of digital signs into analog, haptic elements. Read on to learn how he forms spatial constructions in drawing, painting[…]

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A Day With Brian Nash

Brian Nash is a talented marketing director-turned-country musician-turned painter from the US. His works have the rare quality of singularity, each showcasing an unmistakable artistic aesthetic that this Nashville-based talent has spent years building up.[…]

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A Day With Toni Silber-Delerive

Color and compositional aesthetics form the focus for Toni Silber-Delerive, an exciting American artist whose refined, aerial-view paintings provide a fresh take on the contemporary landscape. Read on to see how she examines the interplay[…]

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A Day With Maren Simon

  Maren Simon was born in Hannover, Germany, studied Applied Cultural Sciences in Lüneburg and Pavia (Italy) and, after several years as a cultural manager and trend researcher, has been working as an independent artist[…]

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A Day With Sean Ward

Sean Ward is an exciting American talent who has already adorned countless exhibitions throughout the US with his signature stenciled works, each full of color, innovation and a psychedelic touch. Forming a fascinating marriage between[…]

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A Day With: Emily Tapp

If there’s anyone who fits the profile of ‘One to Watch,’ it’s young British talent Emily Tapp. Boasting a wholly original technique and determined body of work, it’s easy to see how the Cornwall-based artist[…]

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A Day With David Tycho

David Tycho is a Canadian talent whose works – jumping from figurative representations of humans to abstract pieces inspired by the wilderness – have featured in numerous international exhibitions, collections and publications. It’s time to[…]

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