Considering Art Podcast – Jamie Frost, sculptor and draughtsman

In our latest podcast, Yorkshire sculptor Jamie Frost talks about what persuaded him to become an artist, how he fell in love with wood as a sculptural medium, the sensitivity with which he draws and sculpts, how a serious illness brought a sense of vulnerability and his collaboration with live models to create poses and gestures that form the basis of his works..

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Considering Art Podcast – Sam Gilbey, digital painter and illustrator

In our latest podcast, Sam Gilbey talks about how he echoed his hero David Hockney in moving from conventional fine art to digital painting. He talks about the advantages of digital, his successful work on popular culture artwork such as posters, book covers, podcast designs, fan art and film publicity, the way he composes his publicity art, his fine art parodies and the advice he’d give to young digital painters and designers.

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Considering Art Podcast – Glen Baxter, artist of the absurd

Glen Baxter talks about the inspirations for his absurdist drawings whose captions offer incongruous intellectual observations on art and philosophy. He talks about his early obsession with comics and cowboys, how he was captivated by Surrealism at art school, how America and Europe first took to his brand of humour, his struggle as a stammerer and how lockdown has been a fertile ground for his oeuvre

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Considering Art Podcast – Jann Haworth, pop artist.

Jann Haworth, one of the few women associated with the Pop Art movement, talks about growing up in Hollywood, how she found her move to England in 1962 “electrifying”, how and why she opted for soft sculpture while studying at the Slade, her contribution to the cover of the Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album designed with her then husband Peter Blake, her time with the Brotherhood of Ruralists and her mural collaborations in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Considering Art Podcast – Judy Millar, abstract painter

In our latest podcast episode, New Zealand artist Judy Millar talks about the dynamic abstract action paintings that she makes in her studio at a remote location outside Auckland, her exhibit at the 2009 prestigious Venice Biennale, her dislike of the word “gestural” as a description of her style, her “out of body” experiences when viewing certain works and her “site-antagonistic” public sculptures.

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Considering Art Podcast – Orlanda Broom, landscape and abstract painter

In our latest podcast episode, British painter Orlanda Broom talks about why her hyper-coloured landscapes are more than just decorative, how a stay in Portugal revived her passion for art, how her process for painting landscapes and abstracts differs widely and how she enjoys painting large-scale commissions.

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Considering Art Podcast – Claire Luxton, multidisciplinary artist

In our latest podcast episode, British artist Claire Luxton talks about how her recent focus on photography grew from her grounding in painting and sculpture, how she uses self-portraiture as a means to express the strength and fragility of the individual that is mirrored in our environment, how her personal anxiety caught the zeitgeist of the current pandemic and how her work and accompanying poetry explores isolation, desire and uncertainty.

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Considering Art Podcast – Delphine Diallo, portrait photographer

In our latest podcast episode, French photographer Delphine Diallo talks about her upbringing in Paris, how she gave up a career in the French music industry to work as a photographer in New York, how she initially struggled for recognition and how she embarked upon a mission to change the way women of colour are portrayed in her profession.

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Considering Art Podcast – Paul de Monchaux, sculptor and Tess Jaray, painter

In our latest podcast episode, these two distinguished octogenarians talk about the common ground they’ve shared throughout their careers – their time studying together at the Slade School of Fine Art, the influence of architecture on their work, their love of Italy, public commissions, their artistic challenges, their experience of teaching and their email correspondences over many years highlighted in their shared exhibition at London’s Frestonian Gallery.

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