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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

PURE & RAW – Dilapidated backgrounds maximise the impact

Against the media sensationalism splashing the monster all over the front page for the newsboy‘s convenience, writer Catherine Nuza wants to tell the story...

A CAPELLA – standalone voice of fine arts and romance

Abstract artist Capella Van Ryan is returning to Gibraltar where she and her husband Colin were married 13 years ago, to renew their vows...

BLEACHED & SATURATED – Tony Lara pursues ‘credit crunch’ art

They say that necessity is the mother of ingenuity and Sevillan artist Tony Lara is proving how ‘arte povera’ - artwork with high creativity...

EARTHY & HEARTY – ‘Metamorphosis’ of colours and watercolours

Watercolourist Tessa Neish is having her artistic homecoming this month with a much anticipated solo exhibition at Sacarello’s, guaranteed to make your coffee sweeter...

GRAPHIC CONTENTS – The Average by Stephanie Seed

University graduate graphic designer and illustrator Stephanie Seed is taking the artistry of cartoonising oneself for social media a few steps beyond average with...

PENCILLED IN – Shannen Vinent draws her life on the line

At just 17, up-and-coming fine artist Shannen Vinent is having her picture ‘Plastic Surgery’ included in the Ministry of Culture’s collection after it won...

IN GIORANN’S SHOES – On any surface…

Give her any surface, flat or curved, and she will turn it into the canvas for her next masterpiece: Giorann Henshaw has been painting...

BACK IN CLAY – Ceramist Ermelinda Duarte creates the woman

For women on the move, for women who cast a long shadow on Gibraltar’s society, for women who do it for themselves: as spring...

HEART OF STONE – Christine Borge’s roses

Stepping out artistically for the first time with her artwork exhibited at the Fine Arts Affordable Show over the holiday period, graphic designer by...

MOSTLY ABSTRACT – Don a coat of many colours

One of the biggest revelations of the last Affordable Art Show, Yorkshire-born Donald Porteous breathed welcome winds of change over the local artistic community...