Ray Besserdin

With years of working with paper, Ray Besserdin's paper truly becomes sculpture Zoneone Arts brings Ray Besserdin to you… Can you discuss and compare…


Jan Huling

Jan Huling, New York, USA Beads, beads and more beads make up the art by Jan Huling. Zoneone Arts brings Jan Huling to you… What lead you to beads?…


Yevgeniya Kaganovich

Yevgeniya Kaganovich, Milwaukee, USA How does Kaganovich find the time? With this complex mix, Professor and Associate Chair of the Department of Art…


Tasha Lewis

Tasha Lewis, New York, USA Tasha Lewis explains how she showed her art around the world.  The Swam went from the South Pole to her home city, New…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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.…


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…


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…


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,…


Mark Stoner

h4>‘In collaboration’, can be said quickly and flippantly, but in your work it becomes an integral part.  Can you expand on this in relation to…


Alberto Bustos

 You started your artistic career as a painter, why did you feel the need to work in 3D? When I was young I was interested all the artistic…


Ian Turnock

“Drawings and photographs are the starting point from which I develop organic, abstract and figurative forms.” Please expand on this? I take…


Lanny Bergner

When do you decide which of your work will be large pieces or installation pieces? This varies depending on the exhibition venue. Sometimes I will do…


Larry Renzo Lewis

Symbols/Pictographs: Expand on your use of Symbols/Pictographs/Icons in your work? I use symbols/pictographs as a secondary means to convey message.…


Sally Simpson

Can you discuss the ritual and ceremonial rites in your installation ‘Precipice’? The background to all of my work is an interest in ‘power figures’…


Peter Randall-Page

You grew up in the country. Do you think, if you had been a city boy, your work would have been different? Very much so, I was quite a solitary child…


David Gerstein

Your work is all about movement discuss? Movement is indeed essential in my sculpture works and it has to do with the special technique that I am…


Vally Nomidou

Your exhibition ‘Let it Bleed’ is made up of female forms. Can you explain the vulnerability you have been able to portray? Fragility is the way…


Jon Barlow Hudson

Can you discuss your thoughts on where and with whom the “Behind the Scenes’ drawings etc. for a public art piece are stored for prosperity? This is…


Yvette Kaiser Smith

Can you explain ‘simply’ the technique you use to produce your sculptures? Fiberglass as a finished product is a fibre reinforced plastic. Fiberglass…


Kathy Venter

You use very traditional techniques of hand coiling and pinching in you work, can you elaborate on your technique? I began hand building by using the…


Graeme Foote

The very first career change was from large to small, stone masonry to jewellery and silversmith, what brought about this change? In 1967 I became an…


Clare Bigger

Can you tell us about your sculpture the Irish Elk? ‘Irish Elk’ The commission The “Irish Elk” was commissioned by Mourne Heritage Trust,…


Ivan Lardschneider

During 1999 – 2004 you worked as a Journeyman can you explain that this involved? During this time I worked under two different masters. One worked…


Barbara Franc

Your initial training included life drawing, how important is this to your current work? I used to attend Morley Art College for one a day a week in…


Yulia Ustinova

Do you call your women ‘big women’ or do you have a special name for them? I prefer to call them ladies or ‘plumpies’. Originally, instead of…


Tom Hill

You have been working full time as a wire sculptor since 1994, winning the Setting up Grant from the British Council in 1994. What did this grant do…


Suzie Zamit

You began your study at the London College of Fashion – film/theatre make up in 1980-83, how did this lead you to Sculpture? I was always more…