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Possibly the World's most inclusive art podcast. Artist & Curator Gary Mansfield talks to emerging, established and world renowned artists each week in his quite unique manner. Gary's booming Cockney voice and jovial approach, is a breath of fresh air for those within the art world and a beacon to those that thought it inaccessible. Previous guests include: Maggi Hambling, Mark Wallinger, Gavin Turk, kennardphillipps, Mat Colishaw, Ray Richardson, Camille Walala, Rankin, Keith Brymer-Jones, ...
 
I firmly believe that everyday is a bonus round. I create because I'm alive. I believe in the freedom of self, and that life is more than a miracle. I interview creative minds all around the world who live on their own terms- so that you and I may absorb the lessons and change the world. Live your life as if you had to live the same life all over again. In this show, I cover mindfulness, productivity, habits, creativity, living off the grid, quitting that miserable job, location independence ...
 
Your Creative Push is the daily podcast that pushes YOU to pursue your creative passion. Every week, Youngman Brown interviews artists, musicians, writers, photographers, graphic designers, and other inspirational creative individuals in an attempt to get them to inspire you to put aside your excuses and START DOING WORK. Each artist opens up to YOU, revealing the things that hold THEM back on a daily basis, and how they FIGHT THROUGH IT. They then give you one final push, in an attempt to m ...
 
Hello everyone, this is YoungMi from The House of The Artists (THoTA). I am delighted to welcome you to this Podcast "Do you Instagram?". I help independent artists, like you, to better use Instagram. Hence, I help you to increase the number of quality connections with your Influencers. And, this may lead to sales, gallery representation or publications. website: thehouseoftheartists.org Instagram account: @thehouseoftheartists.official #doyouinstagram #podcastofinstagram #instagrampodcast # ...
 
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In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Tony Grounds (@tony.grounds) Tony Grounds (born in East London) is a British playwright and screenwriter, who has worked extensively in television. Described by The Independent as "the best TV writer of his generation", Grounds has written for all four of Britain's main channels. He started writing for the t…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Alice Nicholls a.k.a Alice the Autist (@alicetheautist) Alice Nicholls is an abstract/realism pencil artist from England’s oldest recorded town, Colchester. She has been a tattoo artist for fifteen years and a professional fine artist for three, sharing her experiences through art to collectors all ove…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Fandangoe Kid (@fandangoekid) The fandangoe kid is a London based print artist who makes large-scale narrative driven pieces for the public realm. Her work seeks to smash taboos around complex subject matters such as loss, trauma release, mental health and gender constructs. The artist has created work for a…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Tom Waugh (@tomwaughsculptor) With a background in classical stone sculpture, Tom Waugh uses traditional materials and techniques to create contemporary works of art. Stone and marble sculptures, carved in minute detail, depict waste objects, discarded in the wake of human consumption. The objects document t…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Kate Enters (@kateenters) Kate Enters is a contemporary renaissance woman. As a painter, she responds to her contemporary life in London creating paintings that depict moments in time through stylised compositions borrowing from vintage scenes, quotations, book titles as well as taking a wry look at so…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Beth Cullen Kerridge (@bethcullenkerridge) Beth Cullen Kerridge studied at John Moores in Liverpool, and on to postgrad at the Royal College of Art, which was a springboard on to the London art scene, with two of the London Parks Showing her work consecutively. She then showed in many exhibitions in the capi…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Rankin (@rankinarchive) Rankin is a British photographer, publisher, and film director. Alongside being head of the eponymous agency RANKIN, which hosts an 80+ strong team that puts strategy, creative and production all under one roof. Through RANKIN, he is best known for work that is on the cultural cusp an…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Cathy Verney of the Worthing PAOTY (@thevenuewpaoty) The Worthing Portrait Artist of the Year will be an exciting evening of live portraiture. This year will see a limited number of 9 local portrait artists being offered the chance to create in public. Selected artists will each produce a portrait of o…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Trish Wylie (@trishwylieartist) Trish Wylie has been painting for more than 30 years and is currently based in London. Her latest work is inspired by themes of gender and nature. She also explores the use of multiple mediums from collage to re-visiting watercolour on large scale canvas. Alongside this is her…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Rich Simmons (@richsimmonsart) Rich Simmons is a Contemporary Urban Pop Artist who has exhibited all over the world. Simmons work explores the intersections of visual culture, spanning pop art, comic books, the Renaissance, contemporary fashion, sexuality and beyond. London-based Rich Simmons has a global re…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Joe Munro (@joe_mun) British illustrator Joe Munro has drawn on locations all around the world. His practice stems from reportage principles of illustration, capturing his subjects with a layered aesthetic to add depth to the stories he tells. For more information on the work of Joe Munro go to https://joemu…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Kate Knight (@knightpainter) Kent based artist Kate Knight works primarily with figurative imagery. Within the drawn explorations of nature, Knight's concerns are upon the aesthetics of desire, sex and death. The works are provocative, playful, harsh and tongue in cheek. The compositions establish a series o…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to John Ball (@beware_the_void) Based in Romford (London, U.K) and working primarily in the South East of the United Kingdom, contemporary artist John Ball creates unsettling images of a dystopian suburban landscape. John is probably best known for his appearance on the Sky Arts ‘Landscape Artist Of The Y…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Edgar Arts (@edgar._.arts) Edgar Arts is a collaborative group of three (Luke Edgar, Matthew Huggett and Jay Goodwin), who are all both tattoo artists and fine artists, all of which is created under the same roof in north Essex. LUKE EDGAR TATTOO AND FINE ARTIST Luke works freehand to create undeniably creat…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Outsider Gallery (@outsidergallerylondon Barnet, Enfield and Haringey NHS Trust proudly present a creative arts exhibition that has been created by participants engaging in music therapy, expressive art and drama therapy programmes, in response to the pressures of Covid, isolation and the impact of com…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Sara Pope (@sarapopeartist) Contemporary artist Sara Pope is best known for her bold, seductive paintings of voluptuous lips. Taking inspiration from a successful career in the fashion industry as a shoe designer for brands such as Paul Smith, and also her work in magazines as a designer and art director, Sa…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to The Misfortune teller (@themisfortuneteller) After failing at everything else in life, The Misfortune Teller gave up entirely and decided to become an artist. Since then, his bleakly humorous, confessional style has garnered him a modest yet enthusiastic following, and nigh-on zero industry recognition. Enco…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Miss Bugs (@miss_bugs) Miss Bugs was founded in the early part of 2007, originally coming from a background in photography and graphics. Working in partnership, they developed fast, spontaneous working methods, cutting and pasting existing images; ‘remixing and sampling classics’ in art to make new pie…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Jonathan Parsons (@artistjaypee) Jonathan Parsons’ work is an enquiry into the systems and structures of art and the everyday world. His paintings are a mindful reversal of their own convention, relating traditional modes of representation to issues of contemporary relevance. He is a graduate of Goldsmiths C…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Adam Brigland (@adam_bridgland) Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2006, Bridgland has used a diverse range of materials and working methods to pursue an incisive and often witty exploration of distinctively British sentiments, externalising the underlying sense of loss and nostalgia that perm…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to David Böhm (@davidbohm1) David Böhm & Jiří Franta The leading Czech artists David Böhm and Jiří Franta, an artistic duo since 2006, explore in their work the relation between drawing, performance and conceptual art. Known for drawing and painting on walls in galleries as well as in public spaces, Böhm and Fr…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Konstantin Benkovich (@benkovich) Artworks of Benkovich are in the permanent museum collections and in many private collections around the globe. Together with Pussy Riot and a number of other well-known Russian artists, he participated in the group exhibition “Russian Post-Soviet Actionism” at the Saatchi A…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Tabish Khan (@londonartcritic) Tabish Khan is an art critic specialising in London's art scene and he believes passionately in making art accessible to everyone. He visits and writes about hundreds of exhibitions a year covering everything from the major blockbusters to the emerging art scene. Tabish has bee…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Azarra Amoy (@azarraamoy) Of Jamaican and Trinidadian descent, Azarra Amoy, is a graduate from University of the Arts London and holds a foundation degree in Graphic Design and a Bachelor’s Degree in Magazine Publishing. She is a visual thinker and her practice can be defined in three strands; Artist, Design…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Hypha Studios (@hyphastudios) Hypha Studios is a charity matching creatives with empty spaces & regenerating the high street with cultural hubs & events for local communities. By providing free studios & project space we act as an incubator for creatives to test new ideas without financial obstacles. We prov…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Sokari Douglas Camp CBE (@sokaridouglascamp) Sokari Douglas Camp was born in Buguma, Rivers State, Nigeria. She studied fine art at Central School of Art and Design and the Royal College of Art. Sokari has represented Britain and Nigeria in National exhibitions and has had more than 40 solo shows worldwide. …
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Richard Mackness (@richardmackness) Richard Mackness is a contemporary artist, working primarily in sculpture. His work often deals with dualities such as Synthetic / Evolved, Earthly / Divine, Priceless / Worthless and is characterised by expressive form and precise handling of materials. Exhibitions includ…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Charlotte Colbert (@colbertcharlotte) Language, psychoanalysis, socio-political constructions of gender and identity are at the heart of Colbert’s practice. Spanning film, photography, ceramics, and sculpture, she questions narrative structures and storytelling, weaving surreal and fantastical mise en scene …
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Gavin Turk (@thisisnotgavinturk) Gavin Turk (b 1967) is a British born, international artist. He has pioneered many forms of contemporary British sculpture now taken for granted, including the painted bronze, the waxwork, the recycled art-historical icon and the use of rubbish in art. Turk’s installations an…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Melody Travers (@melodytraversart) Melody is a French artist with a Masters in Art & Art History at the Université Paris VIII. She lived in London twelve years, developing her art whilst working in book publishing and art galleries. She spent two years working full time on her art at Wimbledon Art Stud…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Paul Yule (@paul_yule) Paul Yule is a South African born sculptor, photographer and film-maker, living in the UK. Having had an extensive career in photography and film-making, Paul turned to sculpture as a form of connecting with his Son, who studied sculpture at Central Saint Martins and had recently passe…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Maya Sanbar (@mayasanbar) Maya is an Artist and Filmmaker. Her work in both moving image and installation is centred on the art of storytelling. Footsteps on the Wind is her directorial debut in the narrative and animation world. Her experience is varied, her artworks being often collaborative and enab…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Lise Bouissière (@lisebouissiere) Lise Bouissière is a Franco-British artist. She graduated from Central Saint Martins School (London) and Villa Arson (Nice, France). Bouissière is a Royal Society of Sculptors member. Over the past ten years, she has shown in solo and group shows across the United Kingdom an…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Kipling Hunt (@kipling_hunt) Born in London, Hunt has also lived in Barcelona, Birmingham and in semi-rural isolation on the borders of Wales. Kipling makes fine art pieces in ceramic, in paint, in print, in film, or in fact any medium most able to deliver each concept in question with assurance and panache.…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Duncan McAfee (@duncanmcafee) McAfee essentially approaches painting as a game. He arranges figurative and abstract elements from art and visual culture to make hybrid paintings, brightly coloured, comic-book exquisite-corpses. His recent Exploding Heads series could be portraits of the mad prophets of some …
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Keira Rathbone (@typewriterart) Keira Rathbone is an established fine artist living and working in London. She grew up in Dorset, gained a BA (hons) in Fine Art at the University of the West of England, Bristol. Since 2003 she has developed a unique drawing technique, employing a manual typewriter as a drawi…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Dion Kitson (@dionkitsonstudio) Dion Kitson is an emerging artist born in Dudley and his portfolio spans sculpture, film, collage, text-art, and sound. Dion is using the space as a gallery to show artists from the West Midlands and to show his own work and archive. Having graduated in 2020 with BA Fine Art f…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Akshita Gandhi (@iamakshitagandhi) A Love Letter to My Home A solo exhibition of new work by Akshita Gandhi Is India truly free seventy-five years after its independence? The Indian Independence Act, which established India's independence from British imperialism, went into effect in August 1947. Howev…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to KAI LAB (@kai.lab_) We are a London-based arts and design practice that creates electronic, mechanical and sonic artworks. All with backgrounds in the physical sciences, we place a heavy emphasis on research and development. Our projects are driven by the desire to understand the core components of int…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Pure Evil (@pureevilgallery) Pure Evil was born Charles Uzzell Edwards in South Wales in 1968. He grew up in a world of art thanks to his father, Welsh painter John Uzzell Edwards . The father’s artwork undoubtedly impacted his son, demonstrated in a range of influences from Cubism to Minimalism, from Picass…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to kennardphillipps (@kennardphillipps) kennardphillipps is a collaboration between Peter Kennard and Cat Phillipps working since 2002 to produce art in response to the invasion of Iraq. It has evolved to confront power and war across the globe. The work is made for the street, the gallery, the web, newspapers …
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Paul Kneen (@paulkneenart) Art allows me to be free. It takes me on unexpected journeys not just within my creative process but through the opportunities art has presented along the way. Street art was one of those journeys. It opened my eyes to a whole new world of splats, drips and spray paint. It gave me …
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Arturo García de las Heras (@agheras73) “I love sharing my artwork and love the feeling of reward when somebody is interested on it. I look for impacting lovely warm images, to make the spectator feel good and somehow linked to the artwork he/she is observing. I must admit I don't have a profound philo…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Hippo Screenprinters (@hippo_screenprinters) Hippo Screenprinters offer a hand-pulled, fine art screenprint editioning service for artists, galleries, band merchandisers, interior designers and print publishers. We work closely with every client, throughout the process, to ensure that the final print edition…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Elizabeth Prentis (@elizabethprentis) Elizabeth is currently exploring painting and is developing a body of 2D work with performative ties. Bold and direct, Prentis' paintings are often confronting- challenging the audience on their own boundaries and expectations. Prentis' practice is not tied to one medium…
 
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Laxmi Hussain (@thislakshmi) Elegant and ethereal but also precise and geometric, Laxmi Hussain’s drawings and paintings exist somewhere between the abstract and the realistic, often presenting what appear to be the free-flowing organic forms of the body through intricately ordered patterns. Her finely…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Dean Kelland (@deankellandofficial) Dean Kelland is a UK Based Artist who works across performance, photography and filmmaking. His practice touches on cultures of taste and histories of class in order to produce engaging observations on collective and mediated identities. Kelland has exhibited nationally an…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to James Vaulkhard (@jamesvaulkhard) James Vaulkhard holds a BA degree in History of Art from Leeds University, and has both trained and taught at Charles Cecil Studios and Studio Della Statua in Florence, Italy. Here, he gained a formidable reputation for his ability to embrace and manifest traditional techniq…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Kare Turner (@karen_turner_artist) A figure and portrait artist, her paintings mostly feature women and are a commentary on the weight of expectations placed on the female sex. With a particular focus on the physical body and the scrutiny to which it is commonly subjected, she works in oils and seeks to high…
 
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Rich Miller (@richmillerpots) Richard studied ceramics at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design, graduating in 2003. For the last 12 years he’s been running Froyle Tiles, a handmade tile company based in Surrey. Specialising in the bespoke production of high fired stoneware tiles, they have to date carried …
 
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