the new Tubes artists gallery will be available as a printed 28 page magazine- if you would like a copy you can place your oder here - pay by Pay Pal - distribution and posting direct to your letter box - £6.00 including post and packing UK - note : €9 main land Europe. UK… Continue reading PRINTED TUBES ARTISTS GALLERY
Even though real life exhibitions are still relevant for many artists, an on line presence is essential (if only for street cred). That “painting is a dead art” conversation has faded away as fast as padded shoulders did in the middle 1980's.
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.
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Pauline is a painter who is exploring 'human sensuality' through the inspiration of myths and legends in her recent work. She translates these often suppressed, or hidden sexual feelings, into vibrant dynamic contemporary art. She is also a gifted landscape artist. Tubes editor, Denis Taylor, visited her recently in her home studio to discover more… Continue reading Pauline Rignall….featured artist in painters TUBES magazine, issue #8
As the Editor of painters Tubes magazine and a full time artists for 30 years, I have found that writing about other artists (in my case painters) gives me a sort of insider knowledge of how artists process their work, from both intellectual and physical angles. When interviewing other artists this special understanding forms the… Continue reading Can artists write about other artists much better than non-artists?