There is a hyper-real, almost psychedelic intensity to the paintings in Paul McKinley’s new show.
In December 2000, I spoke to the Northern Ireland-born, UK-based artist Mark Francis about his working methods, digital art, the internet…
If Ballagh’s latest show had a theme tune, it would be a gangsta-rap track.
Muted streetscapes in brick reds and dirty concrete greys, walls, windows and the collage effect of posters on street hoardings…
The abstract architectural structures in Climent’s compositions shimmer in a place where green and pink meet orange and russet red dances with purple-violet blue.
Nick Miller has a forte for painting thickets, dense layers of foliage, often observed from the back of his “mobile studio” truck.
Swiss-born Tomasko paints blurred forms based on close-up photographs of folded fabric, paper bags and the corners of windows.
It is tempting to describe Glasgow-based, Welsh-born James as a painters’ painter when he may be more of an artists’ artist, but don’t let that put you off.
For the second episode of RTE Television’s new arts show The Works, I travelled to Amsterdam to report on a major new biography of Vincent Van Gogh
Nicholas Robinson’s immaculate charcoal studies hang next to Allyson Keehan’s mysterious blue paintings of crumpled cloth.keep looking »