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From September 2019 and onwards painters TUBES will be publishing the printed magazine and the on-line version as an international art publication

These issues will cover art and artists from the UK, Canada, USA and mainland Europe. This is to broaden the  ‘visibility’ of national and global artists to colectors and galleries and encourage painters to engage with new ideas and techniques of art creation from different countries other than their own.

painters TUBES magazine now  *reach in excess of 500,000.  ‘Readers’ of TUBES issues now number over 87,000 – The recurring readers and ‘back issue readers count’ push that figure to nearer 100,000 art interested individuals and companies.

please note the *Reach – is the number of ‘on-line’ clicks that show the ‘issues front covers’  and/or selected inside features and Tubes website visits for ‘on line searches for Art’ and Contemporary Oil Paintings all in connection with our art magazine.

The recent excellent results from the recent new feature pages of  “Artists writing about Art and other Artists” (see issue #12 – Dean Entwistle and David Tycho feature articles) is to be expanded. Tubes suggest commercial gallery owners they ‘encourage’ their own stable of artists to ‘contact and work with TUBES’ to help them write (in their own words) about their own Art, other artists, or Art in general, for publication on line and in print.

Regular features will also include contributions from academic and art critic as per past issues. It is worth noting that painters TUBES magazine has been quoted on academic.edu (arts and culture) 581 times during 2018 to 2019.

painters TUBES will be launching the new website as of 1st September 2019 – And a new painters Tubes APP for downloading for all devices, linked to the TUBES platforms which will be on offer to readers on line. Plus the introduction of a VR 3D gallery for artists groups and solo artists exhibitions with catalogue and promotional services.

Printed magazine annual subscriptions – renewals and new – are now available.

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below an example of a few artists featured inside tubes artists gallery ‘showcase’ exhibition #2  with 10 artists and over 50 works of  great art

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Clare Thatcher one of the 10 artists featured
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Ron Coleman one of 10 artists featured in TUBES artists gallery this issue

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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 is about why the Transavantgarde, movement that started in 1979,  is still a relevant way to think about Art today and the choices a painter makes during the creative process. SPIKE & Friends – our old critically minded journalists, returns from their travels and talks to TUBES about space for painting exhibitions, or rather, the lack of it. And of course not forgetting about the brilliant 11 artists taking part in the first new Tubes Artists Gallery – A space thats just for painters.

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“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 

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Denis Taylor with his work at Crossley Gallery, Dean Clough. Left: ‘Acid Trip’ (1985) Middle: ‘Life Began in Water’ (2018) Right: Cellular Abstraction (2014)

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 is within the extremely large Dean Clough business  and culture complex in Halifax, West Yorkshire  ( for directions and information- please click here) The exhibition is currently on and is running through to 12th January 2019.

Many of the artists as renown throughout the North of England and beyond for their progressive, dynamic, semi-realist and abstract new work, such as, Denis Taylor, Ian Norris (see TUBES issue #1) and Jeanette Barnes along with major project painters such as Shaun Smyth (Mersey Gateway Bridge project-   see TUBES issue #8)   and original impasto styled (inspired by Kossoff/Auerbach) portraiture work  created by Richard Fitton (see TUBES issue #7)

The full Catalogue with examples of all the ten artists work, comments on their work and poetry that accompanies the paintings (written for the exhibition by David Traves) features in the exhibition  is available here: Defining the Elemental catalogue

You can also read a review of the exhibition in issue #10 of painters Tubes magazine  Please click here to go to the magazine

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