‘Cheetah Launch Pad’ by Hamish Mackie

September 18, 2017Art Of The Week, THE ART WORLD

Kew Gardens – what a treat. You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d see the odd moorhen, Canada goose, duck and squirrels as is standard with British parks these days. Instead you will be confronted with some of the world’s most celebrated predators – right by the walkway no less. But fear not: these fearsome creatures … Read More

Latest Discovery: Nuria Postigo

September 10, 2017Art Of The Week, THE ART WORLD

Last month, I was walking in downtown Seville and, after a little copa in the local tapas bar, meandered into L’Image, an art gallery in Central Seville. My eyes set upon Nuria Postigo‘s painting. Serene, colourful, peaceful and abstracted: I’d never seen or heard of this artist before, but was taken by the technical mastery … Read More

‘Sevilla En Fiestas’ by Gustavo Bacarisas

September 9, 2017Art Of The Week

Gustavo Bacarisas (Gibraltar, 1873 – Seville, 1971) isn’t well known internationally, but in the context of 20th century Sevillian art, he’s a star. Not only is Bacarisas prominent in Spain’s art story, he also beautifully represents the passion, colour, drama, mood and flavour of Sevillian culture through his paintings. Now who doesn’t like a bit … Read More