This is the fifth episode of Live Art Chat and I hope you are enjoying this venture. This month is with Lin again from Buxton talking inspiration and intention. Lin has recently been inspired by a the colours in a vase of flowers that were used as decoration at her Open Studio. This led onContinue reading “LIVE ART CHAT August 2021 Inspiration & Intention”
In this episode we return to Sally-Anne’s new studio in Southend-on-Sea where she is preparing for an in person workshop on using collage in abstract work. Lin and Sally-Anne talk about how they find that art mirrors life in offering a way to express through their creativity experiences that they may be facing in theirContinue reading “LIVE ART CHAT July 2021 Collage”
Back to Buxton, Derbyshire UK and live from Lin’s new studio in her home for the third episode of LIVE ART CHAT. In this episode, Lin talks about moving into her new space which has meant an exchange of rooms between office and studio. She speaks of the mindset challenges in taking a large centralContinue reading “LIVE ART CHAT June 2021 Reworking an Old Painting”
The second episode of LIVE ART CHAT with Sally-Anne Ashley comes live from Sally-Anne’s new studio in Southend on Sea. Before the painting demonstration, we take a look around the new space and hear about Sally-Anne’s exciting plans for art workshops and Open Studios. In this demonstration, Lin and Sally-Anne talk about making intuitive startsContinue reading “LIVE ART CHAT May 2021 A New Studio”
The first exciting episode of LIVE ART CHAT with Sally-Anne Ashley where each month we meet up on line to demonstrate and chat live about art, creativity and how we make our work. Find out more about LIVE ART CHAT here. It was great demonstrating from my studio chatting with Sally-Anne. We talked about creatingContinue reading “Live Art Chat April 2021 The First Episode”
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My last thoughts on the monochrone challenge are that it was fun! I produced a lovely series of small paintings that I am pleased with as examples of fresh, spontaneous abstract work. What else came out of the experience? Well, it was a bit of a distraction over the summer. The challenge is an exampleContinue reading “Last Thoughts on the Monochrome Challenge”