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...

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...

THE LOST ARTIST – Named, but not found

Seven years ago I went searching for the illustrator of a sketch of the eastern slope of Gibraltar, including The Caleta Palace Hotel, which...

FINE ART ASSOCIATION – Inject art in your arteries

The Fine Arts Association is holding its annual Summer Show, where a variety of local artwork is on sale on a cash’n’carry basis, which...

RACHEL SIMKISS – From dance studio to art studio

Rachel Simkiss is the director of the Clarendon Fine Art Gallery located at 46 Dover Street, Mayfair; the heart of London’s premier art district....

THE SUPERNATURAL SCULPTOR

What led you to the world of sculpting? K-P: I was seven when I started this. I was inspired by the paranormal activity I was...

LICENCE TO SHOOT – Vera Francis’ Steel Look

Two years in a row have Vera Francis’s original pictures captured the imagination of the adjudicators at the Spring Art Exhibition, crowning her the...

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...

ANIMAL INKLING – with just a dash of brightness

Clean sharp lines, attention to detail, black ink flowing with assertive, quick, precise strokes, and just a dash of bright colour in the form...

BOUND BY THE BRUSH – A tale of three friends

Three lifelong friends exhibited their paintings at Sacarello’s last September in a talented display of innovative artwork that, being so diverse in style, meshed...