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In our second episode of Art on a Podcast, Mollie Barnes (@she_curates_) speaks with Slade graduate, Kristy M Chan (@kristychanart). Kristy discusses her background and inspiration from floral arrangement, her desire to explore three-dimensionality in art, and her upcoming solo exhibitions! 'I've always been interested in lifting, the physical body and strength…I've also always found the protein structures really beautiful and I've always wanted to make some paintings around them…the two other works are about me managing to progress and managing to do pistol squats and then being able to do weighted pistol squats.' - Kristy Kristy's pieces are part of our India Rose James Mini Auction - bidding is open until 21st April 2022 via The Auction Collective (@theauctioncollective). Art on a Podcast is created in collaboration with gowithYamo (@gowithyamo). BID NOW - https://bit.ly/370TVj0 Find out more about Kristy- https://www.kristymchan.com/
In our first episode of Art on a Podcast for our upcoming India Rose James auction, Mollie Barnes (@she_curates_) is speaking with London-based ceramicist Alma Berrow (@almaberrow)! Alma discusses how she came to be a ceramicist, her friendship with India, and her the recurring motif of cigarettes within her works. 'Within my work, I like the idea of there being a narrative, of there being a story to be told, and whether that's the story I know or the story someone else perceives within the work, I like that' Alma's pieces will be part of our India Rose James Mini Auction - bidding is opens on 7th April 2022 via The Auction Collective (@theauctioncollective) Art on a Podcast is created in collaboration with gowithYamo (@gowithyamo). Register to bid - https://bit.ly/370TVj0 Browse all the lots - https://bit.ly/3KWD93n Find out more about Alma - https://www.almaberrow.com/
In our fifth episode from our IWD 2022 series, Mollie interview Ruby Bateman! Ruby talks about her inspiration from the Classical, the beautiful works she submitted and some of her favourite artists right now. 'I'm kind of doing this dance of repetition through different processes and mediums and different perspectives and then only when you start to do that you truly begin to see what it is you're drawing.' - Ruby (@ruby__bateman) Ruby's work is featured in our International Women's Day Auction 2022. You can browse all the lots including Ruby's here: https://artonapostcard.com/pages/international-womans-day-auction-2022 Find out more about Ruby here: https://rubybateman.com/
In our fourth episode of our IWD 2022 series, we are delighted to interview Victoria Cantons! Victoria discusses her journey to becoming a painter, the stigma she has faced as a trans woman, and the cards (and words) she has submitted to this auction. 'I don't believe in labelling the artist as a, like, say a 'trans artist' or a 'female artist' or a 'male artist', an artist is just an artist full stop.' - Victoria (@victoriacantons) Victoria's work is featured in our International Women's Day Auction 2022. You can browse all the lots including Victoria's (Lots 427-428) here: https://artonapostcard.com/pages/international-womans-day-auction-2022 Find out more about Victoria here: https://www.victoriacantons.com/ This series will be focussing on artists from our upcoming International Women's Day Auction - bidding will be open from 24th February to 15th March. ⁠ GIVEAWAY LINKS - TO ENTER 1. Join our mailing list: https://artonapostcard.com/pages/newsletter 2. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artonapostcard/ 3. Tag a friend in our most recent post
In our third episode Mollie sits down with Emma Cousin as she discusses her painting process, her use of colour, and her darkly comic subjects. 'I guess that's what painting is, it's like a puzzle, a jigsaw that you're inventing and then trying to solve.' Emma's work will be featured in our International Women's Day Auction 2022. You can begin browsing our auction lots here: https://artonapostcard.com/pages/international-womans-day-auction-2022 Find out more about Emma here: http://www.emmacousin.info/
In the second episode of the series, Mollie (@she_curates_) is in conversation with the phenomenal Charmaine Watkiss. Jamaican-born Charmaine discusses her art as 'memory stories', often created with the African Caribbean diaspora in mind. The podcast discusses Charmaine's inspirations, her time in the fashion industry, her love of Klimt's symbolism and much more! 'For me, memory is something that's encoded within our DNA, so, if I'm going back into the archive and retrieving all of these lost stories for me it is kind of like connecting to memory, but an ancestral kind of memory - I thin it's important to share things, and as artists we're often just sharing human stories.' - Charmaine Browse the IWD Auction lots here: https://artonapostcard.com/pages/international-womans-day-auction-2022 Discover Charmaine's works here: https://charmainewatkiss.com/
Art on a Podcast is back! In the first episode of our ninth series, we welcome new guest host Mollie Barnes (She Curates) and our podcast partner Go with Yamo. This series will be focussing on artists from our upcoming International Women's Day Auction. Philemona Williamson discusses the role art has had in her life, her inspirations, and the cards she has sent into auction. The IWD Auction is running from 24th February - 15th March. For more information visit our website:https://artonapostcard.com/pages/international-womans-day-auction-2022 Visit Philemona's website: https://www.philemonawilliamson.com/
In this final episode of the series, the Art on a Postcard team highlight some of their stand out pieces. To find out more about any of the works and to place your bid, go to www.artonapostcard.com .
Art on a Podcast host Rosa Torr chats with Andrew Salgado, participating artist in the Art on a Postcard Winter Auction 2021. They chat about the let down of art school, Derek Jarman, symbolism and Rosa gets an exclusive update. More information on the auction can be found at: https://artonapostcard.com/pages/winter-auction-2021 Andrew’s website: https://andrewsalgado.com
In this episode with Cathy Tabbakh, Rosa chats to the artist about architecture, plant portraits and what its like to make the jump into working as a full time artist. Tom Best from the Auction Collective also drops in to fill you in with exactly how this Winter Auction 2021 will work. Cathy Tabbakh is a French painter working between France and the UK, with a passion for the mesmerising power of colour. She has been exhibited in both London and her native France, and holds degrees in Fashion Textile; major in Textile Design and minor in Fine Art (2011) and Art History and Archaeology (2017) - both in Lyon. Tabbakh’s work can be found in private collections worldwide. Cathy’s work collides imaginary forms with existing landscapes through the use of both architectural and botanical elements. Her compositions incorporate a hint of surrealism, as to alter presumed proportion, and a saturated colour palette to punctuate emotive mood. Info: www.artonapostcard.com Cathy: https://cathytabbakh.com The Auction Collective: https://theauctioncollective.com
Art on a Podcast host Rosa Torr chats with Melissa Stern, participating artist in the Art on a Postcard Winter Auction 2021. They chat about ambivalence, absurdity and academia. More information on the auction can be found at: https://artonapostcard.com/pages/winter-auction-2021 Melissa Stern’s website: https://www.melissa-stern.com
First in the series! Art on a Podcast host Rosa Torr chats with Iris Schomaker, participating artist in the Art on a Postcard Winter Auction 2021. They chat about being open to public interpretation, motherhood and sheep in the centre of Berlin. More information on the auction can be found at: https://artonapostcard.com/pages/winter-auction-2021 Iris Schomakers website: https://www.irisschomaker.de
Rosa Torr is joined by co-host for the series Mollie Barnes, founder of She Curates and curator of Art on a Postcard's upcoming mini auction. In this episode they chat with participating artist Olivia Sterling about questions of Blackness and Whiteness, food and symbols. You can find all the info about the upcoming auction on our website here: artonapostcard.com/collections/she-curates-auction
Rosa Torr is joined by co-host for the series Mollie Barnes, founder of She Curates and curator of Art on a Postcard's upcoming mini auction. In this episode they chat with participating artist Helen Downie, aka Unskilled Worker about death, capitalism and pseudonyms. You can find all the info about the upcoming auction on our website here: artonapostcard.com/collections/she-curates-auction
Rosa Torr is joined by co-host for the series Mollie Barnes, founder of She Curates and curator of Art on a Postcard's upcoming mini auction. In this episode they chat with participating artist Erin Lawlor about Paris, working with an alive medium and bringing Caravaggio and Dr. Seuss into the studio. You can find all the info about the upcoming auction on our website here: https://artonapostcard.com/collections/she-curates-auction
To end Series 7 of Art on a Podcast, Rosa talks with the brilliant Zoe Hawk. Zoe Hawk’s work deals with the complex experience of girlhood, exploring adolescent anxiety, feminine identity, and belonging. Zoe holds a BFA in studio art from Missouri State University, and an MFA in painting from the University of Iowa. Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, and included in publications such as New American Paintings, Plastik Magazine, ArtMaze Mag (UK), and JOIA Magazine (Chile). She has attended artist residencies in Ireland, Norway, Belgium, and Qatar, and the Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY. Exhibitions include From Pangs to Pangolins, curated by Trenton Doyle Hancock (Shulamazit Nazarian, Los Angeles), The Four Stages of (Art) Love by The Street and the Shop (FRIEZE LA), SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2019 by the Desert Center (Los Angeles), Contemporary Art Qatar (Kraftwerk, Berlin), and solo exhibition Dreaming As The Summers Die (Glass Rice, San Francisco). Special collaborative projects have included pieces for ZARA’s Women in Artclothing collection, released worldwide in 2019, and the Day Dreamers Tarotdeck, created for international documentary film festival TRUE/FALSE in 2020. Zoe is currently based in Columbia, Missouri. Zoe has generously donated Lots 439 and 440 to the Art on a Postcard Summer Auction to help raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust. Bidding starts at just £50 for each lot. 
24th June- 8th July 2021 artonapostcard.com/pages/summer-auction-2021 Learn more information about The Hepatitis C Trust on their website: www.hepatitisctrust.org.uk Got questions for Rosa? Get in touch at: rosa.torr@hepctrust.org.uk
This episode features two of the Art on a Postcard Summer Auction artists, Ben Edge and Dave White. Ben and Rosa discuss his current exhibition with the Museum of British Folklore down in the Crypt at Kings Cross. Dave and Rosa discuss discuss dinosaurs, authenticity and Nike Jordans. Ben Edge is a visual artist and songwriter who lives and works in North London. He grew up in Southborough, Kent, spending weekends visiting his Dad in Shoreditch, London, where he developed a passion for local history, storytelling, and folklore. Ben studied fine art at London Metropolitan University and since graduating in 2008, has exhibited in numerous group shows, including: BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery and National Gallery of Scotland, where his portrait of his grandfather, ’The Animal Handler’ was shortlisted for the prize. Since his debut solo show at Hix Gallery in 2017, Ben has embarked on the ‘Frontline Folklore’ project, exploring the folk customs, traditions and ritual practices of the British Isles, and producing a series of twenty paintings and a full-length documentary film in response to his research, that will be going display in collaboration with the Museum of British Folklore throughout June 2021 at the Crypt Gallery, St Pancras New Church, London. Ben has also created artwork and art-directed music videos for the Fat White Family and Raf Rundell, and released his own debut solo album on Glass Modern Records, New Tradition, written simultaneously with his ‘Frontline Folklore’ series. Dave White is a contemporary British Artist who dedicates his work to celebrating popular culture and interpreting emotive issues. White graduated with a BA (Hons) Fine Art (Painting) at Liverpool John Moores University and has enjoyed success from the inception of his career, with selection for the Northern Graduates exhibition at the Royal College of Art in 1994, whilst also debuting at Sotheby’s London and international art fairs. White pioneered the 'Sneaker Art' movement in 2002, with the execution of pop art inspired sneaker oil portraits, leading to long term collaborations with Nike and Brand Jordan which continue to this day. White is one of a handful of artists to have his own signature Jordan releases. In 2016 White collaborated on an international signature sneaker project with Size? x Nike for the AM95 DW, depicting both the Rabbit and Fox artworks from the Albion Collection. Whilst White has pursued many subject matters over the last twenty years, for the last decade he has been focussed on environmental issues by promoting endangered species with his signature expressive portraits. With charitable colaborations and donations of work, he has supported Virunga National Park, Tusk, Rainforest Foundation UK and Wild Aid, and Project Zero. Ben Edge has donated Lots 387-389 and Dave White has donated Lot 397 to the Art on a Postcard Summer Auction to help raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust. Bidding starts at just £50 for each lot. 24th June- 8th July 2021 artonapostcard.com/pages/summer-auction-2021 Learn more information about The Hepatitis C Trust on their website: www.hepatitisctrust.org.uk Got questions for Rosa? Get in touch at: rosa.torr@hepctrust.org.uk
“I have that... compulsion to collect things and I was always looking for my version of treasure. I think the paper-sourcing was certainly a part of that." - Liberty Blake In the episode Rosa talks with Liberty Blake, collage artist and painter. They discuss their need for adventure, Utah, using found materials, and the upbringing that entails being brought up by Peter Blake. Born in England in 1968, Liberty grew up in an alternative, arts-centric environment that encouraged self-expression and creativity. She attended The Looking Glass School, a small experimental school that fostered arts and the environment. This formed the beginning of her love for art, outdoor adventure, and the natural world. 
 In 1997 she moved to Utah, with her partner and son, where she co-ran the ‘Art Shack’ at Sundance, teaching, exhibiting, and doing graphic design for the resort. It was during this time that she made her first wilderness-inspired abstract collages. 
 In 2007 she participated in the "337 Project" in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she created the first of many large-scale ‘wall collages.’ The most recent of these is the collaborative ‘Work in Progress Mural Project,’ a 60ft collaged mural, comprised of stencil portraits of women made by members of the community in workshops that she runs with her mother and fellow artist, Jann Haworth. 
 Liberty lives and works in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her abstract collages are a document of the wild natural places and neglected urban environments of the American West. She has shown extensively in Utah, in group and solo shows, and was previously represented by The Phillips Gallery and Modern West Gallery in Salt Lake City. Her work is housed in private collections across the United States, Europe, and Canada. Her current body of work explores the impact of wildfires, their increasing severity, and growing threat. Liberty has generously donated Lots 151-154 to the Art on a Postcard Summer Auction to help raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust. Bidding starts at just £50 for each lot. 24th June- 8th July 2021 artonapostcard.com/pages/summer-auction-2021 Learn more information about The Hepatitis C Trust on their website: www.hepatitisctrust.org.uk Got questions for Rosa? Get in touch at: rosa.torr@hepctrust.org.uk
In today’s podcast Rosa interviews the wonderful Margaret Rose Vendryes. They discuss Divas, academia and the role of bias within the art world. Margaret Rose Vendryes is an art historian, visual artist, and curator. She received her BA in fine arts from Amherst College, MA in art history from Tulane University, and Ph.D. in art history from Princeton University. Among several honors, Vendryes was an American Association of University Women Fellow and a Scholar-in-Residence at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. In 2008, University Press of Mississippi published Vendryes’ book Barthé, A Life in Sculpture, the first comprehensive monograph on the late African American sculptor Richmond Barthé. The African Diva Project, a multimedia body of work reveals Vendryes’ engagement with African art and aesthetics and its intersection with Black celebrities and visual culture. The Project began in 2005 and has grown to over 75 works of art including paintings on canvas and paper, digital compositions, collage, interactive installation, and outdoor art exhibitions. Margaret Rose has generously donated Lots 136-138 to the Art on a Postcard Summer Auction to help raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust. Bidding starts at just £50 for each lot. 24th June- 8th July 2021 artonapostcard.com/pages/summer-auction-2021 Learn more information about The Hepatitis C Trust on their website: www.hepatitisctrust.org.uk Got questions for Rosa? Get in touch at: rosa.torr@hepctrust.org.uk
The Art on a Postcard Summer Auction artist in question today is Michael Scoggins. In the episode Rosa and Michael talk about democratising art, elitism within the art world, connecting with your child in your creative practise and much more. Michael Scoggins is an American artist best known for his works on notebook paper which feign the attitude of a petulant adolescent doodling. Similarly to the works of David Shrigley, the artist utilizes cynicism, irony, and novice drawing. Scoggins came to this style by revisiting his own childhood sketchbooks and realizing how disarmingly truthful they were in comparison to the paintings he had been making as an adult. His alter-ego, a personality reminiscent of the Dadaist tradition, Michael S., presents the artist as an uninhibited child. Born in 1973 in Washington D.C., he received his MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2006. Today, his works are in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, CA, and the Telfair Museum of Art in Savannah, GA, among others. Scoggins lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Michael Scoggins has generously donated Lots 311 and 312 to the Art on a Postcard Summer Auction to help raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust. Bidding starts at just £50 for each lot. 24th June- 8th July 2021 artonapostcard.com/pages/summer-auction-2021 Learn more information about The Hepatitis C Trust on their website: www.hepatitisctrust.org.uk Got questions for Rosa? Get in touch at: rosa.torr@hepctrust.org.uk
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