Helping artists in more ways than one

In issue #8 of painters Tubes, we featured an artist who had submitted a number of works for consideration to be featured in the magazine. Most of the work were landscape paintings, and although they were excellent, they was not what TUBES were looking for, at the time. Landscape painting had been extensively covered in… Continue reading Helping artists in more ways than one

“defining the elemental” exhibition on show until 12th January 2019

Photograph below: Contemporary Artist, Denis Taylor in front of the installation at Crossley Gallery, Dean Clough, Halifax, UK  The exhibition "defining the elemental is an exhibition of painting in the UK. The ten artists participating are showing authentic work that covers contemporary landscape, portraits and new abstract painting. The extensive venue is the Crossley Gallery which… Continue reading “defining the elemental” exhibition on show until 12th January 2019

“Defining the Elemental”

“Defining the Elemental” Dean Clough. Halifax West Yorkshire 27th October through to 12th December 2019 Preview of the exhibition CLICK HERE FOR FULL EXHIBITION CATALOGUE This is a show that has ten painters and writer who has created poems for the works on exhibition at the Crossley Gallery venue inside the expansive Dean Clough complex.… Continue reading “Defining the Elemental”

“No Paine, No Gain” Alun Williams solo show. Handel Street Projects, London.

Tubes artists contributor, Laurence Cause Parsley, reviews a new exhibition of the work of Alun Williams. London - on show until 10th November. Tucked away in a quiet street of Islington, The Handel Street Projects run by its passionate owner, Fedja Klikovac, presents until the 10th of November the first Alun Williams‘ solo show in… Continue reading “No Paine, No Gain” Alun Williams solo show. Handel Street Projects, London.

Time Travel is never easy…

...way back in 1986, I decided to become a full time artist (painter). At least painting full time when it was possible. My self imposed rule #1 - was "to live for Art, and not live off Art.

Printed Version of TUBES read in Manchester for Free.

As of August 8th - painters Tubes printed version of the magazine will be available to read at the Manchester Central Library, Manchester City Center, Manchester UK. Enquires for supply of Tubes magazine for public venues welcomed: email: tubes@telia.com please put - "tubes printed magazine - public availability" in the subject line.