Interview With M M Anderson

Interview With M M Anderson

mmandersonart.com When did you first become interested in art? I’ve been interested in art since I was a small child. Color has always fascinated me. I initially learned to mix colors by mixing my Play Doh into secondary colors from the primaries. I really didn’t take an art class until my senior year in high school though. Then I chose to major in art when I attended college at Lynchburg College in Virginia. My plan was to teach art but that didn’t pan out. I really didn’t do much with…

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Interview with Dorothy Berry-Lound – ShannathShima

Interview with Dorothy Berry-Lound – ShannathShima

dorothyberryloundart.com When did you first become interested in art? I was very shy as a child but I loved art class at school. I had the most wonderful art teacher called Mrs Ward. She had coloured hair, big tinted glasses, flowing clothes and she made a huge impression on me. She was so confident and I hoped some of it would rub off! She got me to realise that I could draw and paint and she instilled in me a huge interest in the history of art. I have a…

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Interview With Artist Kevin Callahan

Interview With Artist Kevin Callahan

http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/kevin-callahan.html When did you first become interested in art? I distinctly recall being four years old when I began drawing. I copied the Sunday funnies. I was reared on a small farm in Iowa in the 50s, so art was not considered a good pursuit but I seemed to be compelled. At age twelve, I became friends with a local painter who taught me some painting techniques and I would model for him. At about the same time I received a birthday present, a Paint-By-Numbers set. After a week or…

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Interview With VIVA Anderson

Interview With VIVA Anderson

http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/2-viva-anderson.html I first became interested in Art as a child, when I watched my handsome brother paint at home downstairs. He had lots of girlfriends and they loved having him paint them of course. At that time, around age 8, I also was making my own greeting cards/collages for my family. Lots of torn doilies, lol. My style varies, depending on my intent for the image. I am au fait with all contemporary and historical styles of Art. My own personal favourite style is Abstraction. At first, I was glad…

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Interview with Artist and Musician Andy Jouan

Interview with Artist and Musician Andy Jouan

www.andyjouan.com When did you first become interested in art? I guess initially when I was at secondary school, though it was always like a class you did.  The education system and work system wasn’t particularly encouraging me to continue. Then, in 2014, whilst living in London, I decided I wanted to do something more constructive with my Saturday mornings and started attending classes at London Art Classes. Being in a studio environment fanned the flames of the neglected creative within on more than one level. What were your musical influences…

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Interview With Gabriel Forgottenangel

Interview With Gabriel Forgottenangel

When did you first become interested in art? As I can remember, it was in quite early age, lets say about 6-7 y.o. I did my first medieval shields from paper. Later it was ( second wave) when I was about 30. I’ve started to do graphic design, including company’s logos, business cards and first creations. 2. What style of art do you use most? I’m using 3D modelling, compositing sceneries, rendering and result is rendered work. Its not finished of course. There is lot of post-works, include hand painting,…

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