Human and nature: the naturalistic paintings of Yaroslav Leonets
Featured Ukraine artist Yaroslav Leonets embodies the battle for communication and connection by exploring the atmospheres surrounding him while striving to portray the beauty behind nature and human interaction.
Teapot Trust: Art Therapy Charity
Writer Emma Thomson has been undergoing art therapy in order to help her deal with some of the feelings and symptoms experience due to her sleep disorder called Narcolepsy with Cataplexy. Here Emma tell us about her experience.
In conversation: Leonardo Flores
Professional illustrator Leonardo Flores creates illustrations depicting
the relationship between the animal and the industrial. And how that is expressed both individually and collectively. We had the chance to interview Flores, who lead us through his experiences as an artist.
Because Representation Matters- Interview with the founder of They Did I Can Too.
In the Platform -They Did I Can Too – there are sections such as profiles on historical individuals, career information,and interviews of individuals from minority ethnic backgrounds.
Interview with Interdisciplinary Visual Artist KristofLab
"Landscapes are transforming. The human footprint is so united with the natural environment that “untouched area” has become a separate concept, and human presence can be felt everywhere. "
Embodying an Ecopsychological perspective, artist Itit Cheung builds a conversation around the notions of diversity, connection and Human rights.
Featured Thai-Chinese artist Weera It ITTITEERARAK, cross-disciplinarity practice focuses on climate issues and the post-pandemic era to bring awareness to ecophysiology and the importance of the environment's connection with humans.
The sense of Algerian identity permeated through the art of Leila Bakouche.
Leila Bakouche photographic storytelling practice creates a parallel dialogue around Algerian identity and intrinsic human behaviors.
In conversation: Mike Petrakis
We had the opportunity to interview Greek contemporary conceptual artist Mike Petrakis whose art is inspired by a wide range of ancient and contemporary urban imaginary to create a parallel dialogue around modern social and individual atmospheres.
Circular ceramics - In conversation with artist Sara Howard
At the exhibition, there was a collection of Sara’s ceramics on display, called ‘Circular Ceramics Collection: Cup, Bowl, and Plate’.