Aidan Crotty: Still Life Painting

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Aidan Crotty won the Still life/Botanical Category Award in the Jackson’s Painting Prize this year with his oil painting, Pine Marten. In this interview, Megan Seiter, last years winner of the same award, asks Aidan about the practical side of his painting, muted colour palettes, and using a visual scaffold […]

Julie Karpodini: Painting Instinct – Jackson’s Art Blog

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Julie Karpodini won the Animal Award in the Jackson’s Painting Prize this year with her work Elvira’s Dogs. In this interview, Julie discusses her well developed processes, sketchbook practice, and communication with her paintings. Above image: Julie working in her studio in rural Spain.   Lisa: What is your process […]

Why throw tomato soup at a Van Gogh painting?

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Very last Friday, two “activists” for Just Quit Oil threw a tin of tomato soup in excess of the very well known portray of Sunflowers by Vincent Van Gogh which was hanging in the Countrywide Gallery. Just Halt Oil supporters throw soup above Van Gogh’s Sunflowers to demand no new […]

Diebenkorn’s “Notes to myself on beginning a painting”

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The 12 months 2022 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Richard Diebenkorn (1922–1993). Diebenkorn was a distinguished American painter, draftsman, and printmaker “Notes to myself on starting a portray” by Richard Diebenkorn Richard Diebenkorn was an introspective person who remained skeptical of his achievements as an artist through his […]

Women Painting Women at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

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Females Painting Women of all ages is a thematic exhibition featuring 46 feminine artists who decide on gals as matter matter in their operates. This group present presented by The Fashionable Art Museum of Fort Worth includes close to 50 evocative portraits that span the late 1960s to the present. The exhibition […]

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