Interview With VIVA Anderson

Rhythm Of My Tremor B&W

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

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

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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Interview With John Burman

When did you first become interested in art, in general? I became interested in art when I was five years old, my mom would take me to art classes when my family lived in Smyrna, Ga. While at the art classes I was encouraged to be creative. I remember being bashful, when I stood in front of a child size easel and given paint and brushes, I painted a house with flowers, a sun and a rainbow. I was proud of myself and given compliments on what I created. After…

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Interview With Emma Barton Photography

www.emmabartonphotography.com When did you first become interested in photography, specifically? I really became aware of my love of photography whilst backpacking after finishing university. I had begged my parents for my first digital camera as my birthday present that year, it was an old Olympus and I absolutely loved it. I still have images I captured of wildlife in South Africa displayed in my office – zebra and giraffe photographed whilst on horseback safari, a baboon running along the road at Cape Point and a lion basking under a tree.…

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1stAngel Interview With Michelle McPhillips Fine Art Photography

Michelle McPhillips  http://michelle-mcphillips.artistwebsites.com   When did you first become interested in art, in general? Honestly, art has always been a part of my life. I have always loved art. When I was a child my mother taught me how to make dolls, paint figurines, and decorate cakes. My father taught me how to draw and work with wood. And my sister Christina taught me how to use a kiln, and work on cars. Starting in elementary school I would enter drawings, and photographs in the local fair. And as I…

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