A must read
Congrats Andy for such a candid article in The Huffington Post today.
Caught up with JWest this week. Today is the last day of voting for his pound
“I think Keton and Kamraan would make a fitting piece for the Bristol Pound as they are not only Bristol boys, born and bred, but they represent Bristol’s ongoing support for conservation and saving the rare and endangered. With only 350 left in the world we should celebrate the fact that our city is home, and haven, to the most endangered large cat species in the world.”
Lovely work from Yolande Henebery at The Red Propeller Gallery till 7 December
I caught up with our client Yolande Henebery after she had been to the private view at the Red Propeller gallery in Kingsbridge, South Devon which features her ‘Liquid Mistress’ work.
Featured Artist at St Werburghs Arts Trail - Andrew Burns Colwill
Hot off the trail at Cheltenham – I caught up with Andrew last week about how the paint festival was for him and his new awesome work.
We are thrilled to have some of his originals at the studio for the festival. Pop down and see us at St Werburghs Arts Trail this weekend 23-24 September. We are at Unit 8 with a great selection from our artists.
The Agent and RS75 team up for Cheltenham Paint Festival
Just had a chat with Minion specialist (and 212 Productions Client) – The Agent about what he will be doing at Cheltenham.
Angus getting ready for Cheltenham Paint Festival
Angus’s plans for Cheltenham Paint Festival
Lemak is keeping it under wraps
Just had a quick chat with Lemak – really looking forward to his new piece at Cheltenham Paint Festival. I’ve had a sneak peak and it’s going to be epic.
Emma Caton - plans for Cheltenham
I caught up with the wonderful Emma Caton ahead of this year’s Cheltenham Paint Festival and asked her what she is up to.
‘I’m doing a new series of work titled #be_safe #be_seen. It is a portrait of a friend who always has my back on the road.’ It starts the launch of a fabulous project that Emma is launching.
New 6 month exhibition by Bristol's Giles Barwick
Another of Giles’ key themes across the years has been his abstract expressionistic portraiture of female faces. He says ‘I concentrate on key points cheekbones, and the proportions which are soft and gentle. When you take the eyes out of the equation people view things through the eyes – so many people judge a book by it’s cover and if people are blind they can’t judge a person by what they see. Similarly people don’t know if someone is ill with something they can’t see.’