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Freya Purdue: Artist of the Month

Freya Purdue Contemporary British Painting artist of the month November 2020 My paintings inhabit the border between abstraction and figuration and have their basis in exploration through seeing, experience and research around the ideas I am currently working with. I … Read More

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Matthew Krishanu: Artist of the Month

Artist of the Month October 2020. This month CBP talks to Matthew Krishanu about his commission for the Hayward Gallery / Southbank Centre; ‘Everyday Heroes’. Matthew is one of a select group of featured artists and poets celebrating the contributions … Read More

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Alison Pilkington: Artist of the Month

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

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David Lock: Artist of the Month

Artist of the Month August 2020: David Lock, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman. CBP: Collage is key to the construction and narrative of your painting. Your collages and paintings of men have kept the evidence of this construction depicting sliced and … Read More

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Gideon Pain: Artist of the Month

Artist of the Month July 2020: Gideon Pain, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman. CBP: Eclectic. It feels like you’ve built up a repertoire of imagery, motifs and narratives over time, a career. It’s a challenge to condense that into an artist’s … Read More

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Pen Dalton: Artist of the Month

Artist of the Month June 2020: Pen Dalton, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman. CBP: There is an exquisite poise in your painting, between an immaculate sense of design, meticulous production methods and a looser fluidity of paint and spontaneity. An abstract … Read More

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Mandy Payne: Artist of the Month

Artist of the Month May 2020: Mandy Payne, selected and interviewed by Paul Newman. CBP: There’s a clear correlation between the subject, imagery and materials you choose to make your paintings. There’s a natural physicality to them as objects. Both times … Read More

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