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Artist interview

Get an inside look into the creative minds of artists through exclusive interviews. Discover their unique perspectives, techniques, and sources of inspiration to ignite your own artistic journey.
Interview Style, Artist Interview, School Interview, Watercolor Artist, Floral Watercolor, Artist Workspace, Nostalgia, Artist Life, Branding Photoshoot

Many of you are familiar that we do a monthly book club here at Lars. Along with featuring a new book, we collaborate with a new artist to create a print and bookmarks inspired by the book. They always turn out so beautifully and appropriate for each title! We decided it was high time that we […]

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Yan
Art Teacher Aesthetic, Artist Aesthetic, Art School Aesthetic, Vision Board, Mood Board, Artist Studio, Artist At Work, Artist Interview, Studio Space

She likens her practice to a game of “telephone” in which the work in question is constantly shifting in form and meaning during its progression. When she feels too comfortable with a particular method or idea she abandons it and moves on to something new. Your creative hunger seems to be independent of any particular medium. How important is the material to you? My working process is in many ways reminiscent of a dialogue. I never know how a certain [...]

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Marianna Wróbel
Womens History Month, Women In History, Artist Project, Environmental Portraits, African American Artist, Photographic Artist, Moving To California, Artist Interview, Female Photographers

The following is excerpted from Conversations with Artists, a collection of conversations by Heidi Zuckerman with thirty-four contemporary artists. INTERVIEWER Your work is extensive and takes many different forms. How do you respond when people ask you what you do? SIMPSON It gives me pause when people ask me what I do, because there are so […]

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alex mikhaylov
EmilyFerretti-portrait Australian Painting, Australian Artists, Artist Studio, Artist At Work, Creative Studio Space, Painters Studio, Environmental Portraits, Room Of One's Own, Motion Graphics Design

‘Jungle Galaxy’, oil on linen, 180 x 150 cm, 2013 by Emily Ferretti for her current show, ‘Paint Everyday’, at Sophie Gannon Gallery in Melbourne. Emily Ferretti‘s current show, ‘Paint Everyday’, at Sophie Gannon Gallery in Melbourne. Emily Ferretti painting in her Northcote studio earlier this week. Photo – Sean Fennessy. Emily’s paint table. Photo – Sean Fennessy. (I really love …

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Abby Crisp