For The Love of Art

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"When my husband surprised me with easel and art supplies last Christmas, I realised that I had to take up painting more intensely, and...

Gibraltar Artists and Artisans

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What is ‘Gibraltar Artists & Artisans’? These are new websites to promote local artists and artisans; created to enable them to sell to a...

How to draw the Eiffel Tower in 5 easy steps.

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What you will need: Paper Pencil Eraser Ruler Colouring pencils, crayons, or paint (optional) Step 1: Draw a triangle 6cm wide by 11cm high. Draw a...

Lockdown: Inked

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At the time of this interview, photojournalist and artist Stephen Ignacio was well beyond his seventh week of lockdown, as he begun with self-isolation...

Draw a Llanito doorway in 7 easy steps. – Art Club

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By Bea Garcia Step 1 Start by drawing a rectangle which measures 7cm across by 12cm. Draw a dashed horizontal line halfway up the rectangle (6cm...

‘Jupp’ Gibraltar’s Banksy

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What first inspired you to create? (What age were you, what did you produce and why, etc.) I’ve enjoyed creative activities for as long as...

30 Years of Art with James Foot

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Growing up sometimes comes from realising that there are two sides to yourself, just as there are two sides to a single coin, and...

The Tangier Exchange

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The Roman philosopher and playwright Seneca tells the one story of how the Pillars of Hercules came to be; they were once one great...

Perspex Perspective

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Any work of art, pretty much like theatre, would have no reason to be (and perhaps it wouldn’t even exist) if it wasn’t for...

N. A. Langdon

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If culture were the soul of a city, it would be conceivable to think that the landscape and architecture would be the face of...