Artist in Focus: Gill Bustamante

26 Oct 2018

Gill Bustamante is a professional artist based in the UK and she paints nature inspired paintings in oil on large canvases. Her painting style is a fusion of Expressionist, Impressionist, a little Art Nouveau and something she refers to as ‘Memory Impressionism’. Her paintings often have slightly mystical elements within them.

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Artist in Focus: Frederic Belaubre

6 Aug 2018

Born into a family of contemporary classical musicians, a central theme of Frederic Belaubre’s work is the dynamic and harmonic enrichment, by colour in its translucency, of a “subject” that is a static or dynamic shape – a synthetic expression of an emotion. The subtlety of a tonal or atonal harmony is translated into…

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Artist in Focus: Petrus Bergstrand

23 Jul 2018

Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Petrus Bergstrand grew up in an artistic family which ignited and then nurtured the artist in him. His family consisted mostly of professional theatre performers and painters who later became his muses. Bergstrand studied at The Art Students League of New York, where he refined his skills before returning to…

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Artist in Focus: Bryan Lavelle

13 Jul 2018

U.K based visual artist, Bryan Lavelle’s work is an investigation into the properties of his chosen materials and the process of painting.Bryan’s work has no layers of hidden meaning or narrative waiting to be uncovered, nor does it elude to be anything that it isn’t; through making external references outside of the work itself….

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How to Sell Your Art Online And Make Money

20 Jun 2018

By Marie Lewis

Whether you’re an artist or a collector, you’ve probably wondered how to sell your art online. The online market can seem daunting, but it is undoubtedly the best way to sell fine art to an international audience. On top of reaching potential buyers around the world, you have a lot more flexibility…

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