Norma Minkowitz

So many found objects and textiles, how did this combination come about? Early on in the 1970's my work was both knitted and crocheted in opaque…


Kerry Miller

Can you expand on several of your floral works? One of the first flower book sculptures I made was called  “Plant Life of the Black Forest” where I…


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…


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…


Bruce Marks

Your Bird Series is about form, can you discuss the importance of human recognition of form and your bird series? I think that certain forms can…


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…


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…


Charlene Foster

How influential was the Avon Place Glass in Cambridge, USA have on your early career? Avon Place Glass was the first hot shop I stepped foot into,…


Yasemen Hussein

What made you move from glass to metal? I actually started off my imagined career as a dancer, god did I want to be a dancer, but my parents were…


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…


Preston Singletary

Can you expand how important, your glass art has been to your own Tlingit cultural heritage. I cannot claim that my work is any more important than…


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…


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…


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…


Muffy Clark Gill

Takes the old craft of batik; into contemporary art, giving it an new life. Zoneone Arts brings Muffy Clark Gill to you…   I  first discovered…


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…


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…


Carol Milne

Although it seems absurd, as an artist, I am much more interested and involved in the act of creation over the finished product. And it makes me…


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…


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…


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…


Prue MacDougall

Can you expand on your “performing magic” comment in relations to your art? I work intuitively with my materials, and also from my imagination so…


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’?…


Alain Mailland

You are an active member of the French Association of Artistic Woodturning, discuss how this membership has assisted in your career and……


Benoît Averly

xplain how meeting and speaking to Gilbert Buffard changed everything for you? I met Gilbert Buffard in 2002. A friend of mine had taken a class…


Christine Atkins

You work in three mediums, textiles, sculpture and jewellery can you discuss the integration you have between them? Early in my career there was very…


Jonathan Whitfill

Media Expand on the inspiration of the work? Almost all of the work that I make comes from language based concepts of individual units combining to…


Deborah Smith

Can you discuss the importance of movement in your work? When I collect a piece driftwood that I’ll use for my work, I find myself imagining the…


Jennifer Collier

 Do the materials you source speak to you? The papers themselves serve as both the inspiration and the media for my work, with the narrative of the…


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…


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…


Gary Drostle

How did you come to work in this particular medium? After leaving Art College in 1984 I knew I wanted to work outside the gallery system, in public…