Stories By Candy Bedworth
Psst, Heard the Art World Gossip? Contemporary Art Really IS for Everyone! Talk ART Book ReviewJuly 2, 2021
Our mission at DailyArt Magazine is to make art accessible and fun. When we saw the book Talk ART.: Everything you wanted to know about contemporary art but were afraid to ask by actor Russell Tovey...
Native American Ledger Art Exhibition in Donald Ellis GalleryJune 21, 2021
Artist, film-maker and performance artist Dana Claxton has curated an online exhibition of historical Lakota Ledger Art called Fast Ponies and War Bonnets. The works are drawn from the holdings of the Donald Ellis Gallery in...
On the Road with Visual Artist Jock McFadyenJune 19, 2021
We spoke to artist Jock McFadyen as he prepares to celebrate his 70th birthday, and awaits the opening of, not one, but four major exhibitions of his work. Upcoming Exhibitions “Lost Boat Party” in Dovecot Studios...
Passion for Life: Dame Laura Knight. Book ReviewMay 29, 2021
An immense biography of British painter Dame Laura Knight has been updated and re-published in paperback this year by McNidder and Grace. Here we take a look at the book Laura Knight: A Life by Barbara...
Art State of Mind
Bringing Up Baby – The Art of Parenting Through The AgesMay 9, 2021
Childcare can take so many forms. Kids throughout history have been raised by gay dads, lesbian moms, whole villages, singles, and adoptive parents. So many families are drawn together by love not blood, by necessity not...
Royaltastic Queens: Women Who Fought the Patriarchy and Won!May 3, 2021
Follow us on a short historical tour of thriving royal women across Europe who enjoyed power and success on their own terms. How we measure royal success is problematic, of course. What looks like a win...
Bodies And Erotic Art
Does My Bum Look Big in This? The Female Body in ArtApril 22, 2021
From Kylie to the Kardashians, bums seem to be big news. But that’s not modern selfie culture – the female body, especially buttocks have been a symbol of fertility and beauty since early human history and...
Arenig School. Wild Bohemians and Welsh MountainsApril 18, 2021
Welcome to a rollicking adventure with the Arenig School of automatic painting starring Augustus John, James Dickson Innes, and Derwent Lees. Arenig Fawr is a majestic mountain in Snowdonia in Wales. Between 1911 and 1913 three...
Art State of Mind
Wronged Royal Wives – British Scandal and Heartbreak Through the CenturiesMarch 30, 2021
Unless you live on Mars, you can’t have missed the recent media frenzy around Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey. Whichever side of the royal fence you sit on, the issues of...
Gwen John in Post-Impressionist Paris: Interiors and IntrospectionFebruary 23, 2021
A glimpse into the life of the Welsh daughter who ran away to Paris to paint. Let us follow Gwen John in Post-Impressionist Paris. Gwendoline Mary John was born in Wales in 1876. A solicitor’s daughter...
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