Finding Happiness as a Painter

Every time I paint, I feel like I’m learning a valuable lesson. I’ve spent a lot of time recently reading about painting; colour theories, techniques, and trying to get to grips with my craft. As it turns out, taking a more painterly approach, as apposed to an artistic one seems to be my current muse….

My Own Little Art History

A brilliant piece of advice I came across recently is that you need to learn about your own art history, not just that of the Great Masters and contemporary artists, and that’s what I’m going to talk about today. I often work within specific themes or phases, but most recently these have been troubling me…

‘The Living World’ Art Exhibition Review

An art gathering is no longer something to be sought out underground, in the lanky alleyways and drunken gloom of Bohemia. While some readers, still young at heart, as young as they never were, will regret this fact others will embrace art’s promotion into overground light, and unashamedly embrace its nouveau riche glitter. Chloe Waterfield’s…

Yes, People Can Be Endangered Too

As I’ve been delving more and more into the world of animal conservation, I’ve realised just what a fragile place the world is. Sometimes though, we hardly give a thought to the countless peoples that we share the planet with. I mean, we all donate to charity and wish to end poverty, but it’s not…

On the Easel : Symbiosis

After working on a couple of commissions I’ve settled back to my signature style. This style for me is the perfect combination of colour and theme; I love being able to use rich colour combinations with line and shapes to convey all manner of subjects, which convey different emotions to the viewer. This piece, featuring…