issue number 11 is now on line to read free - this issue has two fantastic articles - Colin Taylor Part two of his wonderful 3-part essay on contemporary landscape and how to translate that popular genre into a vital and important work of art...part two discusses "what is seeing." - The second article … Continue reading UK’s leading Art Magazine – Now has an excellent Artists Gallery
A while ago I strayed across an interesting old video on You Tube that got me thinking about the relationship between Artistic freedom and Modern Religious Art. This particular discussion, come lecture, was presented by a line up of tenured academics and young post graduate teachers. The panel argued how Contemporary Art institutions reacted negatively … Continue reading illusionary world of Artistic Freedom.
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Featured in the upcoming issue #8 of painters Tubes magazine, will be Ian Mood, a painter who is creating a unique series of work based on his Grand fathers paintings of Stoke-on-Trent. It's an idea that emerged slowly over time and Ian has now established a project studio in the Stoke City Centre, to make … Continue reading Ian Mood…new painting project…”common ground”