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Faber Castell Grip Watercolour Pencils - Review

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This is the new addition to my art supply. I got these watercolour pencils a few days back and I’ve been using them since. 772 more words

REVIEW: Clear Cut OUT @ The Globe

After attending the last Clear Cut, I was apprehensive that its relocation to The Globe would negate a little of the intimacy it held in the tightly packed gallery space at MADE. 942 more words


This is Me - Always an Alien

This month the Love Arts festival, which encourages and celebrates creativity, opened across Leeds. My contribution to the event was part of the ‘This is Me’ exhibition at the beautiful Central Library. 136 more words


Benjamin Carlson

Park View, Los Angeles

What more obvious subject could there be for a painting that deconstructs the mechanics of representation than a still life in front of a window? 501 more words


Little Irene by Pierre Auguste Renoir {An Art Review}

I am doing another art review to mark the close of  my study of “Little Irene” By Pierre Auguste Renoir.   I loved learning about this painting and finding out all about faces and shadowing through it.   341 more words

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New MIA MAKILA article and interview by art consultant Rosa JH Berland

I feel very flattered and grateful to have been interviewed by the talented art curator/consultant Rosa JH Berland on her amazing blogIt’s always fascinating to get your art analyzed by someone who has a deeper understanding of both art and the human mind since they are so connected. 6 more words


Georgia O’Keefe at the Tate

No one sees a flower – really – it is so small – we haven’t time – and to see takes time … So I said to myself – I’ll paint it big and they will be surprised into taking a look at it – I will make even busy New Yorkers take time to look at it … Well – I made you take time to look … And when you took time … You hung over all your own associations with flowers on my flower and you write about my flower as if I think and see what you think and see of the flower – and I don’t. 928 more words