Denise Faulkner

Denise Faulkner, Mudgee, NSW, Australia Nostalgia and Nature are captured together. Zoneone Arts brings Denise Faulkner to you… Mudgee is truly…


Pete Sack

Pete Sack, North Carolina, USA Sack shows and explains how he creates his images through his seven stage process... Zoneone Arts brings Pete Sack to…


Sean Flood

Music, impacts on Sean Flood's art, depending on the rhythm or beat playing as he paints. We are aware of movement and sound in all his urban…


Trudi Harley

Don't give up your dream to paint - Trudi Harley testifies to this, proving the need to paint exists.  Harley paints with honesty and maturity,…


Belinda Fox

Travel influences Belinda Fox's art.  Living in Singapore brought bright colours, while pairing back colour in The Netherlands.  Belinda Fox causes…


Chris Kettle

What has been the importance of looking closely at old masters in relationship your own work? Before I started referencing the Old Masters my Still…


Jennifer Krause Chapeau

You were a finalist in the Luxembourg Art Prize, - Can you explain… about the Luxembourg Art Prize?         Yes I was one of 12 finalists selected…


Helena McConochie

What has your painting taught you - have you developed new techniques? I don't believe my style has changed as such, I am amazed at how much more…


Joseph Genova

How does your connections to Italy influence your art? Ever since I was a little boy in Italy, art took centre stage in my life. I was attracted to…


Susan McMinn, Bendigo, Australia My PhD research was around the horse in war during the Palestine Campaigns of WW1. After researching stories about the Australian war horses concerning their plight during this campaign in the WW1 Light Horse Soldiers diaries, particularly that of Ion Idriess’, and various artworks including paintings by Australian War Artist George Lambert, I realised that I needed to go to Israel to look at and experience the Anzac trails and the landscape in which the horses travelled. Zoneone Arts brings Susan McMinn to you…

Susan McMinn

Explain how you managed to link your PhD to a visit to Israel? My PhD research was around the horse in war during the Palestine Campaigns of WW1.…


Stephanie Ho

Can you discuss your style and the style of Lowry?  People often said my works reminded them of L. S. Lowry, an important English painter in the mid…


The Melbourne Map

Melinda Clarke  Can you tell us briefly of the history of the 1st Melbourne Map? Original: In my mid 20’s I headed off to explore the world and…


Rebecca Campbell

Discuss why you enjoy working in a studio with other people? As an artist life can be very solitary, early on I realised that I was going slightly…


James Hart Dyke

The more British Artists I interview the more often HRH The Prince of Wales name keeps coming up.  Can you discuss the opportunities of this…


Caroline Bullock

Can you briefly explain the process of cyanotype and how you use this technique?  Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan…


Emily Jones

You refer to your art as ‘Contemporary Representational’, can you expand on this? Yes, I use this term as my work is a synthesis of traditional…


Kevin Low

Your current exhibition is ‘Women and Men’ at Union Gallery in Edinburgh, discuss the title and how the exhibition was named. The title chose itself…


Henry Jabbour

You trained initially as a biologist and worked as a scientist, has this part of your past influenced your current art practice of painting people?…


Melissa Selby Brown

Discuss your series, ‘Outback’, taking us through the process from the road trip to the completed paintings. The prosaic fact of our daughter getting…


Steve Graham

Discuss how lemons have been so good to you? Lemon Coke, 30 x 30cm One of my first paintings to sell many years ago was a simple bowl of lemons on a…


Gail Dell

Your work is often described as ‘playful’ what are your own thoughts on this in relationship to your work? I find that life in the studio requires a…


Robert Kelsey DA

 Can you expand on your involvement with the Paisley Art Institute? I have been involved with Paisley Art Institute for over 40 years. The Institute…


John Mutsaers

Can you discuss your series, ‘The Infinite Birdcage’? As this series is somewhat organic it makes it hard to suggest the number of works I will…


Patrick Taylor

Comment on where you live and how it gives you your artistic inspiration? I have spent the better part of my childhood in the Southern United States.…


Christine Webb

“My art practice is a core part of who I am, an extension of my environment and the various places I embrace.” Expand on this statement in…


Mark Noble

John Constable understood Turners vision as golden visions, glorious and beautiful.  Can you discuss your own feeling related to the visions around…


Chris Langlois

 You have had work in the travelling exhibition, ‘Points of Time’.  Discuss some of the issues that you had to contend with due to the travel the…


Dinah Maxwell-Smith

 Colour and light is a signature of your work can you expand on this? I LOVE colour and light.  Colour is wonderful because it sings.  There is joy…


James Mackenzie

On completing your degree, you taught, when did you decide to take on painting full time? While teaching Art and Design in secondary education for 8…


Lorenzo Chinnici

Can you explain about the chance meeting of your son with David Kent’s son in Brick Lane, London and where and how this lead to ‘Synergy of Sons’?…


Lucy Vader

How do you fit all that you do in, architecture, painting and sculpture?  Or is the only slow time when you have to rest your leg after breaking…


Shirley Cresswell

Discuss ‘Dinghies’ and why they inspire your art so much? I have spent my life from an early age going to the beach.... Algies Bay north of…


Susannah Blaxill

Composition and cropping is very important to your work can you expand on this? The paintings and drawings have to work on the page. The choice of…


Susan Laughton

Line is an important part of your work discuss? Drawing has always been an important form of expression to me, whether artistically, technically or…


Susan Harrison-Tustain

  Perpetual Moment, Miniature painting, Watercolor on Arches 300gsm hot pressed paper, 130mm x 100mm Can we take your work in four sections? Close…


Michael Donnelly

What art qualifications do you have?  How did you decide to become an artist? I have a degree in Art Education from what was the Alexander Mackie or…


Trina Bohan

Can you discuss your use of colour? I usually paint with an earth palette, ochre’s, umbers and greys. And add touches of pure crimsons and oranges.…


Catharine Davison

 Can you discuss how place influences your work?  (Take two pieces to show this.) I remember being visually aware as a child, growing up in Kilkeel…


Eva Mitera

How did the collaboration between Scotland and Poland come about? I first came to Edinburgh in 2005 or 2006 and loved it, the architecture mix of…


Gudmunda Kristinsdóttir

Can you discuss the importance of colour in your current work? The colours are essential in my work that is inspired by the nature of my country,…


Gudlaug Gunnarsdottir

You did your formal art training in Demark, can you explain how this came about? I was always certain about my future belonging to the practice of…


Fiona Calder

Discuss how you have combined your Art studies and a Design degree with your training in Graphic Design? I have studied Art in various courses…


Ed Miliano

Can you explain about your time at the Pratt Institute in NY and why when it is mentioned in the art world we all sit up? I suppose it might be…


Ute Rathmann

Expand on the importance of looking at the work of past Masters in your work? I am very inspired by the work of past Masters. I tend to arrange my…


Alesandro Ljubicic

Alesandro at his easel Explain how your relationship with Sean Cook (Sydney florist) began? Our working relationship began when Sean enquired…


Zaria Forman

After attending Skidmore College in the USA, Zaria Forman developed her own technique. Not only does she use her fingers but her work is on a large…


Andrew Salgado

The size and scale of your images is huge. How do you physically cope with this aspect of your work? One of my favourite painters is Daniel* Richter,…


David Lake

Can you explain how you use colour to capture the time of day in your work? Work is often initiated and inspired by some reflection or catch light;…


Lan-Chiann Wu

Can you discuss your East and West arts education and the fusion of both in relations to your BFA with highest honours from Taiwan and your MA from…


Nadia Lazizi

You say you are a figurative artist. Can you explain how you understand this term in context to your work? For me, to be a figurative artist is to…