Artist of the Month April 2021: Sikelela Owen, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. CBP: Your recent painting evokes a sense of reflection, contemplation, and something quite peaceful. This feels quite rare in the world of contemporary figurative painting that often … Read More
An Artist to Artist In-Conversation with Robert Priseman led by the Artist Nathan Eastwood
Artist of the Month March 2021: Gordon Dalton, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. Dead Reckoning is the process of calculating your direction by using a previously determined position. It is thought that Dutch sailors threw dead bodies overboard to calculate … Read More
Artist of the Month February 2021: Natalie Dowse, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. Natalie Dowse works from the close examination of the photographic image or extracted film still, derived from the surveillance, documentation and scrutiny of various locations. Carefully selected … Read More
Artist of the Month January 2021: Iain Andrews, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. Contemporary British Painting: Your paintings are steeped in painting history references from Renaissance – Hieronymus Bosch, Romanticism and the alien landscapes of surrealism; Max Ernst. It feels … Read More
Artist of the Month December 2020: Cara Nahaul, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman for CBP. Contemporary British Painting: The title of your recent solo exhibition ‘Impossible Garden’ at Taymour Grahne encapsulates your practice depicting psychologically charged interior and exterior spaces conjured … Read More
Vitalistic Fantasies, a Contemporary British Painting exhibition that coincides with the 2020 BEEP Painting Biennial. Launched in 2012 the Beep (Biennial Exhibition of Painting) is a contemporary painting prize that brings together artists from all over the world. This year … Read More
Artist of the Month September 2020: Alison Pilkington, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman. CBP: Viewing your recent paintings and to paraphrase what they look like, the painterly world of Alison Pilkington depicts fidgety cartoonish figures jostling for space in portals within … Read More
IntroductionJoanna Whittle’s ‘Between Islands’ is an Arts Council (Developing Creative Practice) funded project working with the Harley Gallery and Portland Collection on the Welbeck Estate. The project and subsequent exhibition explore the relationship between ‘creating worlds’ and ‘creating collections’ and … Read More
Rob Dunt, artist and founder of ArtTop10.com, talks to Susie Hamilton.
Rob Dunt, artist and founder of ArtTop10.com, talks to Joanna Whittle.
David Manley: Paintings Standing Up: A number of paintings viewed in the round from the time of lockdown.