Wombwell Rainbow Interviews Artworker
I am honoured and privileged that the following artworkers local, national and international have agreed to be interviewed by me. I gave the artworkers three options: an emailed list of questions or a more fluid interview via messenger, or an interview on their most recent artwork or a combination of these.
The usual ground is covered about motivation, daily routines and work ethic, but some surprises too. Some of these artworkers you may know, others may be new to you. I hope you enjoy the experience as much as I do.
sonja benskin mesher
Born in Bournemouth now lives and works in Wales. Sonja is a full time, independent, multi disciplinary artist. “I like to draw, paint, make and write,. I like the immediacy and physical connection with the media. I like memories that form themselves on the paper. I like the marks and patterns.”
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i had not thought that way yet when i dothat fearful memory comes to mind withwords I cannot sayhere today let us move forward and learn to change things about kindlyto place items carefullywith purpose and peace to observe there comes five beingswith verve and caring no wings to showshould we listen james?
When death comes: creative conversations about dying and living.
When death comes is a creative space and series of events where people can think about, talk about, create and share work about death and life.
*SLIGHT BREAKING NEWS
We have been offered a space 1 metre square in The Island Gallery , Bristol for a few works from a book about death, wales to be exhibited in
36 postcards from the hundreds stored, here will be shown alongside the work of the community.
They should fit nicely.
Turns out a few of the makers are dead now, so everso precious.
laura den hertog
ray johnson . (dcd)
herb sundvall ( dcd)
knhra o cmpeth
Eva Brunner Streetphotography
Holly Marie Armishaw
Ryan L. Moule