Tuesday, 16 August 2022

Monday, 15 August 2022

Saturday, 13 August 2022

Hiroshi Tachibana II


Hiroshi Tachibana's works using indigo paint on paper, last time I featured Hiroshi's works it was collages, the themes used remain consistent and are limited. Somehow with this restricted visual vocabulary of boats, trees, love, birds and angels, Hiroshi has a blueprint for the whole of life. 







Katja Leibenath

 


Wonderful, awkward, casualness in the stance and outfits of the latest series of paintings by Katja Leibenath



Thursday, 11 August 2022

Monday, 8 August 2022

Amandine Piu

 


'Au Marché Des Bambini by Gilles Baum elegantly illustrated by Amandine Piu, with wonderful use of colour.







Sunday, 7 August 2022

Jin Kitamura


Jin Kitamura's works often involve colourful lines and stripes, such as in this Zebra picture book."Shima Shima Sho".

 







Saturday, 6 August 2022

Jessie Woodward

 


Abstract paintings by Jessie Woodward full of stripes and texture and of course wonderful collisions of colour.




Friday, 5 August 2022

Thursday, 4 August 2022

JFK Turner II

 

JFK Turner is exhibiting his 'The Shape of Things' solo exhibition, in the Edinburgh Festival, at &Gallery until the 31st of August. 






Tuesday, 2 August 2022

Kathrin Stalder



I have had a friend staying for a week, Katherine Stalder an artist from Switzerland and it has been wonderful to share some of the joys that are to be found near my home in Scotland.  It has been fun to watch Katherine gather visually and physically inspirations along the way and then watch her assimilate new ideas, techniques and treasures. Katherine works with textiles, print, books and gathering impressions such as the iron cover's above. But she does so much more as well, a dynamo of an artist working to connect and communicate with artists around the world. From me she is traveling to Ireland and then walking the southern coast of England, I look forward to following her journey.

Above and below: I Have A Dream