Art

Fine Art Graduate Jaynie Topping

Fine Art Graduate Jaynie Topping

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design fine art graduate Jaynie Topping has created a body of work based on our memories, feelings and our connections to the physical surroundings that we inhabit. Topping’s expressive work captures a childlike inquisitive nature as if one were experiencing new emotions brewed up by your physical surroundings. Regardless […]

From Death to Death and Other Small Tales

From Death to Death and Other Small Tales

Ernesto Neto “It happens when the body is an anatomy of time”, 2000. D. Daskalopoulos Collection   If you are in Edinburgh and looking for a more…unusual way to while away an hour or two, I’d suggest a trip to Modern One at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art to See From Death to […]

Sally Jane Fuerst

Sally Jane Fuerst

Eli and Ren American artist Sally Jane Fuerst who now lives in London creates these fantastic classically painted works of art with a twist. You may have noticed in the painting above titled Eli and Ren that its not Eli’s real lips, this is part of Fuerst’s wild character showing through her work. Fuerst has studied painting in the the USA […]

Hazel Gore

Hazel Gore

Glasgow based artist Hazel Gore specialises in producing drawings and paintings to create detailed dream like images that tell a story. Within Gore’s paintings there is a vivid definition between the characters and landscape. Using a familiar setting Gore is able to create a relationship with the user however by rendering her paintings in surreal colours and adding ‘misfit’ characters Gore creates a dream […]

Cock Among The Pigeons

Cock Among The Pigeons

  Katharina Fritsch – farmyard sculpture A giant, blue cockerel is the latest sculpture to adorn Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth. However, Katharina Fritsch’s farmyard sculpture has ruffled a few feathers and sparked a planning objection from Thorney Island Society. The association claimed the sculpture to be”totally inappropriate; however fanciful and dramatic it might appear to […]

3D Street Art by Leon Keer

3D Street Art by Leon Keer

In the last couple of years artist Leon Keer has been creating 3D street paintings for street art events all over the world. Keer’s 3D art is painted on the surface and has to be viewed from the correct vantage point to understand the image without it looking distorted. Keer believes that being involved in the art and taking […]

True Love Never Dies – it only increases in value

True Love Never Dies – it only increases in value

A rare painting last seen 100 years ago, is set to appear at auction this July. Edward Burne-Jones’ ‘Love Among The Ruins’ True Love Never Dies depicts a couple in dramatic embrace, the very spirit of Browning’s 1855 elegiac poem, on which the painting is based. ‘Love Among The Ruins’ by Edward Burne-Jones Around them an ancient […]

Artist Silas Stoddard

Artist Silas Stoddard

An inquisitive wanderer, optimistic dreamer and artistic chameleon, Silas Stoddard’s paintings are eclectic reflections of the world around him. This self-confessed hyperactive kid used art to focus his creativity.  Years later his love of exploring – fuelled by a magical childhood spent in America and Germany – is unmistakeable in his artwork. Now based in […]

Well-Heeled Bitches

Well-Heeled Bitches

No, I’ve not got my sexist hat on. This lol was brought to you courtesy of David Kemp, whose latest work is being shown at the Kilmorack Gallery in Inverness, this April. His provocatively titled Well-Heeled Bitches is part of The Art of Humour, an exhibition exploring belly laughs in art. Well-Heeled Bitches, David Kemp The […]

The Sleep of The Lovers

The Sleep of The Lovers

As our modern lifes are busy as it is and are increasingly polluted with seemingly never-ending to-do lists, an eight-hour-sleep is soon to become an urban legend. So, strugling to find the time for enough sleep, not many of us give much of a thought of how we sleep. Or is it so? Austrian artist […]

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