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Texture and Colour – Our Curator’s Eight Featured Picks

Whether it’s a Mediterranean piazza, a beautiful sunset or an abstract piece bursting with colour. All of these 10 artworks hand-selected by our Curators conjure up the feelings of summer, which one could transform your living space?

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The Summer Selection – Our Curator’s 10 Featured Picks

Whether it’s a Mediterranean piazza, a beautiful sunset or an abstract piece bursting with colour. All of these 10 artworks hand-selected by our Curators conjure up the feelings of summer, which one could transform your living space?

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The Art of Abstraction – Our Curator’s 10 Featured Picks

Which of these 10 abstract artworks hand-selected by our Curators could transform your living space? There has never been a better time to support artists and make where you live more beautiful.

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Equine Art by Yaheya Pasha – The Horse as You Have Never Seen it

Yaheya Pasha’s work is full of vibrancy and spirit, much like the artist herself. Born in Kent, Yaheya’s childhood was spent in the UK, dotted with holidays in India being her parents’ shared homeland.

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Julien Masson: To Infinity and Beyond

Described as ‘unapologetically experimental’, artist Julien Masson is something of a mad scientist of the art world. Passionate about blurring the lines between science, technology and the arts…

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Peter Corr on the Little Van Gogh Residency

The Little Van Gogh residency is an opportunity offered to an artist in the Little Van Gogh network every two years. Inviting an artist to take two weeks out of their usual practice, they are awarded accommodation and studio space…

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Jasmine Farrow: My art and ME

You can see someone is speaking to you but their words arrive as meaningless sounds. You want to explain that you don’t understand but your own speech evades you, your vocabulary deleted. You’re struck by chills…

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The 2018 Little Van Gogh Artist Residency Announcement

Artist residencies play an important role in an artist’s journey, offering them distance from the constraints and expectations of daily life and usual creative practice.

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Passion and Pattern: The Art of Orna Schneerson-Pascal

If artist Orna Scheerson-Pascal embodies anything, it’s self-expression. Her rhythmic, technicolour paintings radiate energy, joy and confidence and it may surprise you to learn that…

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10 Great Paintings: Why your brain gets a kick out of abstract art

Our reaction to a piece of art is nothing less than deeply personal, with our feelings, tastes and opinions helping us to form our thoughts and response.

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