Henry Jabbour

You use colour and very heavy brush strokes; how do you still capture such serenity? That is such an interesting question. I definitely don’t feel…


Damian Callan

You title your art as figurative art, discuss this using image to explain the terminology. Most of my drawings and paintings feature figures and…


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,…


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…


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…


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…


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?…


Judy Drew

Between 1976 – 1984 you spent time on Bougainville Island and Papua New Guinea discuss the influence of this time on your work? In the beginning…


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…


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’?…


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…


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.…