The Art Of Waiting

Unless you’re exceptionally lucky, you have to rely on other people to get your art out there. What I mean by this is that you can’t fly solo. You can’t just lock yourself up in your studio, paint all day and hope it will sell. You have to rely on a wide scope of people…

Paintings Selected in ‘Animals’ International Art Exhibition

 “Mandril” and “Fleeting” have been accepted for inclusion in the November 2016 art exhibition and show, “Animals” at Colors of Humanity Gallery in the USA.   Multiple accepted entries came from 22 different states in the USA and 12 other countries: Bulgaria, Canada, Germany, Italy, Malta, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Sweden, Ukraine, and the United…

‘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…

‘Traces of Life’ Juried Art Show, USA

For the month of April I was honoured to have one of my best pieces and the cornerstone of my semi-abstract style – ‘The Solutrean Expression’ hanging in my first international exhibition, thanks to the gallery of Arterie Fine Arts in Naperville, IL between 2nd and 29th April 2014. It was a humbling experience to…