Behind the Art 2019 with Mark Noble. I use visual language in paint and I became an artist because I was severely dyslexic so excuse the grammar.
At the moment I am doing my best to stay true to my real self. I do not want to conform to the needs of the art market, I just wish to keep creating what lets me express my honest feelings and interests.
Behind the Music 14th edition with King Orange. We talk with Ollie, Tom and Leo: “I find continued inspiration for our material mainly through life…”
I’ve always played acoustic and electric guitar and in recent years have played bass on lots of my own recordings. I like to be fully involved in my musical projects and always have contributions to make to arrangements. I’m a songwriter and see my playing as secondary to this.
In this fifteenth edition we talk with artist Mark Southern from the United Kingdom. What are your struggles? To find an art body or patron that could help me through my difficulties.
Once I start on an image, I like to finish it the same day, which can take up to 12 hours depending on where the image wants to take me. “I can have an outcome in my head of how I want an image to be, but in the end every image has taken it’s…
Here is the thirteenth edition of Behind the Art. This time with Miriam Kalliomaki “I forget all of my troubles when I paint. Sometimes I realise solutions to to anxiety after I have taken a moment with my art.”
Here is the twelfth edition of Behind the Art. This time with Kevin Aldcroft “I never see the completed painting in my head only snippets which combine to”