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Fine art photographer Deborah Schenck recently featured on More4’s Homes by the Sea, where she spoke about how living on the Devon coast is a daily inspiration for her work. Whether it’s the view she wakes up to every morning or the seashells and drift wood she collects on walks along the beach – the natural beauty of the … Continue reading Deborah Schenck: Living by the Sea →

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Delve into the immersive world of Keith Haring and his New York Pop Shop.

Introducing

To coincide with the launch of the stunning book, Vogue The Gown, we’re excited to announce a special selection of images from the beautiful tome are available as prints on Easyart. The evocative images that once graced the pages of British Vogue, showcase the work of iconic photographers including Cecil Beaton, Clifford Coffin, Don Honeyman and Henry Clarke and … Continue reading Vogue: The Gown →

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A team of specialists in our Sussex studio were recently asked to produce 100 limited edition etchings of Antony Gormley’s ‘Feeling Material’, which was specially commissioned for Art Everywhere 2014. Originally designed on an i-pad as a digital artwork, the design was then manipulated to create a film positive that was used to transfer the design to … Continue reading Feeling Material: Antony Gormley Etching →

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Find out about the architect and collector, Sir John Soane who amassed an unprecedented collection of books, antiquities, architectural artefacts and works of art in his lifetime.

Richard Reed, entrepreneur and founder of Innocent Drinks and the Art Everywhere project tells us about the role art plays in his life, from the artists he admires to his most treasured work of art. Q: How do you incorporate art into your home? A: I cover as many walls and surfaces as I can … Continue reading Richard Reed on Art →

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Quintessentially British, Kelly Hall’s art celebrates the sights and fares of the British Isles, appealing to traditional and contemporary tastes alike. We visited her at home in Sussex to find out more. For Kelly Hall, artistic creativity runs in the family – her mother is a photographer, her father, a fine art printmaker and her … Continue reading At Home with Kelly Hall →

Spotlight

A serendipitous discovery This remarkable collection of sheet music from the early 19th century to 1970s, came close to destruction on a couple of occasions if it hadn’t been for the efforts of Mark Rowles, a former employee of Chappell Music. In 1980, as the renowned music publisher was relocating from the offices they had … Continue reading Spotlight on Art Inspired By Music →

Leonardo Da Vinci hysteria has been fully unleashed this week, with the start of Leonardo Da Vinci: Painter at the court of Milan, which started on Wednesday 9 November at The National Gallery, which has seen astounding advance ticket sales. However, it’s Leonardo’s most famous painting, the Mona Lisa, permanently housed behind bullet-proof glass in … Continue reading Leonardo Da Vinci – Mona Lisa →

Introducing

Niagara Detroit has sung with punk bands such as Destroy All Monsters (D.A.M.) and Dark Carnival since 1974 and used her art-school background to create album artwork for the bands she’s performed with. In 1996, the artist teamed up with a local Detroit gallery, CPop, and started work on the ‘Niagara Girls’ series. Just as the popularity … Continue reading Spotlight on Niagara Detroit →

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Queen of comic tweets and Easyart Academy artist, Elizabeth O’Connor studied across a range of art disciplines in Nottingham. Her work with ceramics and admiration for the forces of nature inform her canvases. Personally, they remind me of explosions, molten lava and the marbling that you find in the inside covers of 19th Century novels. Elizabeth was … Continue reading Spotlight on Elizabeth O’Connor →

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Banksy, supposedly born in 1974, produces street art that captures the spirit of the times so well. As the world slides further into turmoil, images like this are poignant in light of the recent London riots of August 2011. Despite the gritty urban landscape forming the backdrop to the majority of his work, Banksy also produces … Continue reading Spotlight on Banksy →

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Since graduating in Illustration from Edinburgh College of Art in 2005, Louise Cunningham has worked as a freelance illustrator. She recently relocated to her new home-studio in Bristol. By combining ink drawings with painted paper collages, she creates images with multi-layered textures that pulsate with positive energy. Louise has mainly worked in the greeting card … Continue reading Spotlight on Louise Cunningham →