Inside The Artist's Studio
Jessica Rose Bird
Enter the studio of artist and illustrator Jessica Rose Bird, as she shows us exclusive sketches from her projects, including backstage at Roksanda.
Enter the studio of British artist Gavin Turk as he describes his artistic style and past work.
Ishbel reflects on her portraits, the difference between working from photographs and observation and how she wants the viewer to feel observed as well.
Ruairi invites us into his studio to discuss his style, subject matter and his cards in the auction.
Pallas discusses the work around the Bomb Factory and invites us into her studio, reflecting on her own artistic practice.
Andrew Pierre Hart
Andrew discusses his practice and inspirations, including his use of colour and his most influential teachers.
Mercedes' gives us a glimpse of her studio, her journey with clay, how her children and friends inspire her, and her works in our IWD Auction.
Amy takes us through her the subjects in her paintings, particularly her recurring motifs of frogs and breasts, seen in the piece she submitted.
Nana reflects on her inspirations and processes, and how the logic of moving image plays into her bold works.
Sophia takes through her vibrant artworks, describing her inspirations from the South Asian community and her journey to find her place within it as a second generation immigrant.
Fresh off of her postgraduate year at the Royal Drawing School, Hannah invites us into her 'pattern world' to discuss her current practice, including making her own paint, her inspiration from fashion and patterns, and how lockdown affected her art.
In conversation with Julia Sheehan, the Hepatitis C Trust's Women's Prison Peer Coordinator. Shannon discusses how Julia's work inspired her lot which symbolises the incredible strength of the women.
Bunmi's practice follows the inhabitants of a surrealist wonderland in her mind called Within. She invites us into her studio to discuss her art and practice.
Helen discusses her beautiful, bold work and her confident style.
We meet Catherine in her studio, talking about her practice and inspirations.
Nicholas discusses the challenges of taking his ten foor painting style into our six inch format.
Mark has contributed to every winter auction since Art on a Postcard’s inception. His lot this year is a wonderful copy of an Ingres portrait - this film is a small tribute to a monumental talent.
"As I grow, the work will grow, my interests will change, the work will change, hopefully in 10, 20 years time if I'm still doing this, which hopefully I am, people will still be able to step into that space along with me."
Laxmi takes us thought how she explores the varying forms the body, particularly her own, goes through over time, through life, motherhood, being a daughter, a sister, a wife.
Tom’s painting address the nature of meaning in conditions of mediated experience and hyperreal saturation.