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Portraiture and cultural diversity by Art & Soul

May 23, 2021

Learning about other cultures helps us understand different perspectives.

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Mental health and the healing power of art by The Ceramicist

May 16, 2021

How art can help physical, mental, emotional, psychological and social wellbeing.

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Colour and culture in original artworks by The Colourist

May 04, 2021 1 Comment

Helen Trevisiol Duff takes three colours and reveals their diverse meanings in different cultures

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Child and pet portraits - by Art & Soul

April 25, 2021 2 Comments

Many art lovers adore them - even if the sitter is unknown to them!

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For National Creativity & Innovation Day, The Ceramicist looks at studio pottery

April 18, 2021 2 Comments

...and the works of the Martin brothers.

Skylark Galleries art blogger The Ceramicist Vivien Phelan

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How colour affects your wellbeing by The Colourist

April 05, 2021 1 Comment

...and let positivity in.

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Thinking time vs doing time by The Shape of Time

March 26, 2021 1 Comment

Time as acting upon an artist and being acted upon by anyone attempting artistry is indeed, funny stuff.

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Women and portraiture by Art & Soul

March 21, 2021

Can we tell if a portrait is created by a woman or a man?

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The perils and elation of 3D ceramic and glass original artworks

March 14, 2021 2 Comments

You can't rush the art of making ceramics as impatience leads to disaster and disappointment. 

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Spring Marches In by Wild Thing

March 08, 2021 2 Comments

...and with it comes a different feeling in the air.

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Precious Gold by The Colourist

March 01, 2021 2 Comments

Relationships that enlighten the soul more precious than gold - ​Helen Trevisiol Duff

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There is no use in a centre

February 28, 2021 1 Comment

To live as if there is no centre is to let go of oneself or to get lost 

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