Considering Art Podcast – Maro Gorky, landscape painter

Maro Gorky, daughter of Abstract Expressionist Ashile Gorky, talks about how she was taught to paint as a child, the anger and guilt she felt over her father’s death, the influence of her tutors Jeffrey Camp and Frank Auerbach at the Slade, her move to Tuscany where she has lived a simple life for more than half a century and the way she interprets landscape with colours, shapes and symbols.

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Considering Art Podcast – Fred Ingrams, landscape artist

In this episode, Fred talks about his early career as an artist during the heyday of London’s Soho where he came across many of the famous characters of the time, the events that led him to becoming a landscape artist, how and why he became attracted to The Fens and, more recently, The Flow country in Scotland. He describes his artistic process, and talks about the politics of land and the precarious future that The Fens faces.

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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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Tai Shan Schierenberg – Men Without Women

Many will know Tai Shan Schierenberg as one of the judges in the Sky Arts series Portrait Artist of the Year and Landscape Artist of the Year. He specialises in both art forms and is a former winner of the National Portrait Gallery‚Äôs John Player Portrait Award. Lesser known is his love of football. Last year, he travelled up from his London home to the West Midlands every weekend to follow the fortunes of West Bromwich Albion Football Club for a Channel 4 Artist in Residence series. 

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