The artist David Cranswick transforms earth, rocks, plants and bones into paints. I spent an afternoon with David at his beautiful studio secreted away at the top of a romantic crumbling tower within the ruins of the Cowdray Estate in the South Downs. The studio felt very renaissance in styling and the alchemy of creating his vibrant paints was fascinating. Burned Chicken bones for the colour black, I would never have guessed. Photographed for the magazine Artist And Illustrators
Holly photographed at the Oasis Academy in Bristol. Part of a wider feature on artists in residence in UK schools.
I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing sculptor and fabricator Kari Furre for the FT Weekend a few months ago. Kari based in Devon, South West England works with the traditionally Nordic material of Fish skin to create beautiful and unusual sculptures.Read More