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Doodlewash®: Join the Biggest Watercolour Group in the World

23rd April 2017 in Interviews by Cass Art
Doodlewash®: Join the Biggest Watercolour Group in the World

Uniting watercolourists from across the world, Charlie O’Shields invites you to share your watercolour artworks and become part of the biggest, digital watercolour society in the world. 

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Luminous Colour Mixing and Dynamic Compositions: Interview with Watercolour Artist Veronica Ballart Lilja

13th April 2017 in Features and Interviews by Cass Art
Luminous Colour Mixing and Dynamic Compositions: Interview with Watercolour Artist Veronica Ballart Lilja

Explore Illustrator Veronica Ballart Lilja's guide to watercolour as she shares her techniques for luminous colour mixing and dynamic compositions and media combinations and her mission to revolutionise how we see watercolour... Read More

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ARTIST INTERVIEW: NIGEL PRIDDEY WINS OUR PRIZE FOR WATERCOLOUR

11th April 2017 in Interviews by Cass Art
ARTIST INTERVIEW: NIGEL PRIDDEY WINS OUR PRIZE FOR WATERCOLOUR

The 205th exhibition of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours is currently on display at Mall Galleries in London until 22 April 2017. The Cass Art Prize is awarded to a work demonstrating the most innovative use of colour. This year, artist Nigel Priddey has won with his work North Hill, Malvern. We caught up with Nigel to find out more about his work and watercolour techniques. 

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Artist Interview: George and Raphael Greaves discuss Traditional Art Methods in an Ever Changing Technological World

Artist Interview: George and Raphael Greaves discuss Traditional Art Methods in an Ever Changing Technological World

George and Raphael Greaves are the talented duo behind Printed Goods – an innovative design company based in the Jamaica Street Studios in Bristol who use the traditional Risograph printing technique in their high quality prints and artworks. Our Cass Art Student Ambassador Penny Burkett speaks to the pair about their artistic processes and what it’s like to be young artists in Bristol.

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Gareth Reid Wins Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017

Gareth Reid Wins Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017

Our exclusive interview with the winner of Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017 covers his sculptural drawing techniques, the inspiration behind the 'Nortrait' and his upcoming exhibitions across the UK. Read More.

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Interview with Award-Winning Designer Angus Hyland: The Face Behind The Cass Art Collection

14th March 2017 in Features and Interviews by Cass Art
Interview with Award-Winning Designer Angus Hyland: The Face Behind The Cass Art Collection

Angus Hyland, has championed creativity at Cass Art for over 15 years. We caught up with Angus to find out more about the inspirational design behind The Cass Art Collection. Read more.

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The Semi-Final Interview: Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017

The Semi-Final Interview: Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017

We caught up with the three finalists of this year's Sky Art Portrait Artist of the Year 2017 to find out more about how they are preparing for the final... Read more.

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The Big White Wall Project at Central Saint Martins: Winners 2017

The Big White Wall Project at Central Saint Martins: Winners 2017

The Big White Wall Project at Central Saint Martins, now in its third year, gives CSM students and staff the opportunity to work on an unprecedented scale, by covering a 7m x 30m wall in the heart of the campus. This year's winner is an Eduardo Paolozzi inspired creation, which interrogates the intersection of traditional analogue and contemporary digital print processes. We went along to see the wall in progress and talk to Big White Wall artists, Vivien Reinhart and Lucy Macdonald, about the project. 

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The Interdisciplinary Project with Alice Stewart

The Interdisciplinary Project with Alice Stewart

Art Education is hugely important to Cass Art and we are always keen to provide forums for discussion and generate new ideas of what art education can be. A perfect example of this is Kingston University's Interdisciplinary Project, run by tutor Alice Stewart. Our Cass Art Student Ambassador Roisin Tierney had the opportunity to interview Alice, gaining an insight about her background and her experience of the project so far. 

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Gareth Reid Wins Heat 6 of Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year

Gareth Reid Wins Heat 6 of Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year

Gareth Reidis the final Heat Winner of Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017. Our exclusive interview with him covers textured charcoal, advice for applying and how to approach life drawing. Read more.

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