Gjertrud Hals

Explain about your recent work with copper wire. EIR series, Knitted copper wire, Photo by Sjur Fedje  For the last 2-3 years I have been working…


April Surgent

How did you first meet John Piatt? I met John in the spring of 2018, after a mutual colleague that I met on a job in California suggested I contact…


Yekaterina (Katia) Mokeyeva 

Take one piece that you are proud of and explain why? Innovation is what I am probably the proudest of. In sayings like "The new is the…


Susan Cutts

Are all, of your sculptures constructed in paper? Yes, I work solely in paper although having said that I have used tulle dipped in pulp for the…


Jayne Stokes

How important is photography to your work? Photography plays an important role in the development of my work. The starting point for 90% of my pieces…


David Oliveira

Your sculpture is just like a drawing.  How did you come to this technique? I consider my sculptures drawings, or if you prefer 3D drawings. I was…


Norm Sartorius

You comment, “It’s (a spoon) an instrument, a tool of nurturing that is universal, or very close to universal, in the human experience.” Discuss.…


Georgie Seccull

How did you become involved in the Art of Dining exhibition at the NGV (National Gallery of Victoria)? Briefly discuss how the ‘whole’ table setting…


Kate Gorringe-Smith

Migration is a huge backdrop to all your printmaking, Comment on your background as a child of immigrants to Australia and how this has influenced…


Deborah Duffin MRSS

The natural world has had a huge influence on your work.  How can this be seen in two current works and one from the past. I began to look at the…


Steffen Dam

 What drew you to the natural world as a source of inspiration? My grandfather’s books have been an important inspiration for me. He was a dedicated…


Olivia Hickey

You are preparing for your upcoming Wilderness residency in 2019. Can you explain? I have been awarded a residency by Arts Tasmania for a 6-week…


Robyn Stacey

  What lead you to still life photography? When I started working with historic collections the still-life tradition provided a working…


Belinda Wilson

Can you expand on your master’s Research, and relate the importance of art on current day issues – Climate change? The Master of Fine Art by research…


Alison Crowther

Can you explain how you came to be working with wood, especially at such a large scale?  I started working with wood whilst doing my first degree in…


Cathy Franzi

Can you discuss how the Nelson Nichols Scholarship has affected your art practice? I received this award in my first year of a Master of Visual Arts…


John Botica

Firstly, why pebbles? My interaction and encounter with pebbles was purely coincidental. My first cousins here in NZ are very successful and…


Antonia Salmon

Can we discuss the interesting past you have and how it has led and developed into the work you do today?   Labarinth Pattern Axe Head Both my…


Gunjan Aylawadi

Where did you first see paper art? Do you mean my specific way of working with paper? It’s a technique I came up with while experimenting with paper.…


Chien Wei Chang

You have been in the UK since 2000, what lead you to take this leap from Taiwan to UK? I used to work in Tiffany & Co. Taiwan for nearly 4 years,…


Christine Aaron

Christine Aaron, Porchester, NY, USA Making her mark in paper and wood with amazing effects. Zoneone Arts brings Christine Aaron to you… You call…


Jessi Wong

Rolls and scrolls, of paper and printing. Zoneone Arts brings Jessi Wong to you… Your work is in many Corporate Collections, please take one and…


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…


Deborah Kruger

Deborah Kruger, Chapala, Mexico Deborah Kruger’s inspiration is taken from bird migrational patterns.  Kruger’s work is a story, interwoven with…


Neville French

Sumptuous-lavish, luxurious, opulent, magnificent, resplendent, lush, lavishly… These words only begin to introduce you to Neville French’s……


Eleanor Bolton

Sailors, Scouts and Girl Guilds all know about knots, now Eleanor Bolton uses historical knotting and coiling techniques to make contemporary…


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…


Sidhart Sodhani

How did the Dye School coming into being?  I have been running a natural dye manufacturing and retail business over the past four and a half years…


Nathalie Hartog-Gautier

You comment,’ My work is focused on the voyage between people and their environment ….’  Can you explain this in relationship to your art work? My…


Helen Earl

You currently are currently exhibiting work as part of The North Head Project curated by Katherine Roberts at Manly Art Gallery & Museum. Can you…


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…


Nick Hollo

You are not only interested in location but the vegetation and land surface, expand on this and your work North Head Triassic Formation? North Head…


Francesca Vitali

How did you first become involved with paper? I have always folded paper since I was a kid. My parents' store, among other things used to run a lotto…


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…


Mary Fox

You comment that your work is ‘original art work to inspire functional wares to enhance your eating experience’, enhance on this comment. To me,…


Claire Molloy

You combine two techniques in your pottery, horsehair and saggar firing.  Can you take one piece and explain both the combinations and techniques? I…


Roger Bennett

Discuss the use of colour in your work. I colour my work with water-based wood dyes, and I finish with three applications of Danish oil which…


Shimara Carlow

Can you expand on your relationship to nature and in particular seed pods in your jewellery? While studying at Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, our…


Tina Puckett

You call your work ‘Woven Art’ can you expand on this choice of words?  My mother gave me a gift of a class on weaving an Egg Basket in the fall of…


Ruth Levine

Your art is about visual transformation of materials, discuss. I’m not intentionally an eco-artist. I see discarded and new materials in a…


Velma Bolyard

You make paper from many different natural sources discuss two very different papers and discuss the comparisons and differences between the two.…


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…


Melissa Jay Craig

You make your own paper – what are the sources of your base materials? More and more, the fibres I use are ones I harvest from my small yard,…


Nick Chase

You bring both urban and natural landscapes to your glass work – discuss the technique you use? Take ‘Street View’  Where is the street?  The Image…


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…


Steve Axford

You are known for your photographs of fungi, how did this come about? By accident really. I had never been a photographer and I worked as, first a…


Susan Wechsler

You can thank your mother for your mosaic art - explain.  My mom has always been a big influence on my creative life.  She is an artist too at a time…


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…


Lauren Collin

Is your work always created out of one layer of paper? Yes, it’s always one piece of watercolor paper and I carve into the thickness of the sheet.…


Evie Milo

You began your journey with a box of vintage buttons - tell us briefly about this creative journey?   I say that and it is partly true but in…