Peter Hayes Bath

Your studio is in a very ‘special’ place can you share your studio and showroom with us? I converted the old toll house on Cleveland Bridge into a studio in 1982, after returning from a 10 year stint travelling in Africa, Japan, India and Nepal, in…


Karen LaMonte

Rather than ask Karen LaMonte to repeat herself by answering my questions Zoneone Arts knows you will be enthralled by watching the video as Karen captures and fascinates your attention through this Video about her exhibition, 'Floating Worlds'.…


Samantha Bryan

Your comment, ‘I find myself preoccupied with everyday life, but not my own – that of the fairy’ can you expand on this?  Somehow I became a ‘fairy maker’, it certainly wasn’t intentional. I would not call myself a fairy fanatic. I have however…


Catherine Greene

Your work can be found around the world, where is one of the least expected paces you thought it would end up in?  There is work of mine in many collections and places but the least expected place happens to be Australia. I have not been there yet…


John K Brown

Can you give a short timeline as to how you became involved in sculpture using salvaged materials? I’ve always wanted to be an artist. As a child I used my imagination for entertainment. I drew, painted and made things, nothing made me quite so…


Marlene Kawalez

Can you discuss the way you are currently working using a combination two materials, glass and clay within one piece? One of the most challenging issues working with the combination of glass and clay is determining the conceptual notion of what it…


César Orrico

When did you first combine wood into your sculptures? I have always been interested in research on the different materials applied to sculpture. During my career in Fine Arts I was very motivated to know the qualities offered by each material and is…


Karina Furhman

How often do you ask a person to pose for you? I imagine sculpting everyone I see. Everyone has beautiful details either in the bone structure or in the muscles formed by certain facial expressions. In person I probably approach several people per…


Michaël Cailloux

 Your work is often called jewellery for walls discuss this in relationship to your work? I decided to call my sculptures “Wall jewelry” because I have always dreamed of having jewelry on walls... It's like a childhood dream. I am fascinated by the…


Joan Waters

You began your art training in 1976 when did the use of welded steel begin and how? Some background—I was born in England, and grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, where I earned my BFA at MICA, Maryland Institute College of Art (a combined…