This eclectic exhibition features beautiful bronze sculptures by Brian King, striking geometric drawings by Mark Cullen and a remarkable floor circle made of chalk sticks by Remco de Fouw.
The premise of William Pressly’s book on the London murals of Irish-born artist James Barry has the ring of a mystery thriller about it.
The images in this exhibition are named after female artists. They are not, strictly speaking, portraits.
I switched on the radio recently to catch the end of a discussion which concluded with the words, “There’s a fine line between being a chancer and being an artist.”read more
First it was bossy, now it’s quirky. The list of words to be ruled out when describing women is growing.read more