Stories By Tony Heathfield
Sun, Sand and the Sound of the Sea – The Great British Summer Captured in SnapshotsJuly 15, 2019
As a born and bred Brit, the meaning of summer for me is quite simple. Get the shorts on, get the sunglasses out and get down to the seaside. Regardless of what country you grew up...
Art State of Mind
Hell Hath No Fury. The Merry Murderess of Early Modern ArtApril 30, 2019
Hell hath no fury like a murderess scorned and, boy, you better believe it! If you were to take a moment and google ‘murder in art’ your computer screen will be filled with the gruesome images...
A Lesson in Illustration – The Whimsical Characters of Beatrix PotterMarch 25, 2019
Beatrix Potter, best known for the charming tale of Peter Rabbit, inspired the minds of budding young novelists and illustrators alike. Her most distinguishable artistic traits are well known to be the whimsical anthropomorphism that her stories surround....
Art State of Mind
Taking the Perfect Selfie: Tips from History’s Greatest Portrait ArtistsFebruary 22, 2019
To pout or not to pout… that is the question. From smoulders to smiles, duck faces to dog ears, in the age of front-facing phone cameras there isn’t a man or women alive who hasn’t at...
Summer Interior and Edward Hopper’s Women – Learning the Ropes of RomanceFebruary 13, 2019
Summer Interior: A solitary woman at the centre of an unknown crisis. Edward Hopper’s women appear frequently within his artwork. Most notably depicted as looking longingly out of windows, passively into their laps or as engaged...
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