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July Artist of The Month

Fintan Wall is Our July Artist of the Month. Read All About Fintan and His Practice. HELLO@FINTANWALL.COM WWW.FINTANWALL.COM When did you first feel like an artist? I would have to say when I was really small, I used to draw and paint all the time, and one of my neighbours had one of my paintings framed in their sitting room and I remember thinking how cool that was! Do you have a ‘day job’? My day job is a graphic…

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June Artist of the Month

Each month I interview one of my alumni, to see how they are getting on 'post boot camp'. This month Clara Dudley chats to me about her work, plans and dreams.   When did you first feel like an artist? Since I could pick up a marker as a toddler. I drew constantly as a kid. Do you have a ‘day job’ Yes, I have two part-time graphic design jobs; I work between a small creative studio called Mr & Mrs…

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Oh, What a Night!

This time last week we were all revelling in the success of our show, Voyagers Good Eggs and Beasts. We really did have a blast and the weather was amazing. Lots of red dots, and merchandise sold at the PopUp Shop. Most of the students, if not all, were exhibiting for the very first time. The venue, Studio 10, Wicklow Street, Dublin 2, and owner JeannieWenham took on my class of 33 illustration students for their all important end of…

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May Artist of the Month

Each month I will interview one of my alumni, to see how they are getting on 'post boot camp'. This month I met Tarsila Kruse, a super talented and lovely lady, who I remember for her big smile and can-do attitude. Tarsila was a 2010 illustration boot camp student. When did you first feel like an artist, Tarsila? I first felt like an artist as a little child – as a matter of fact I used to say that when…

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Water Colours: Basic Information

Select a set of cake or moist pan watercolours if you prefer them. Most have a good selection of basic colours you’ll need for transparent watercolour painting. Do not use

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Keeping Sketchbooks

Keeping a sketchbook is a great way of keeping track of creative ideas and getting in the habit of regular drawing, as well as being a useful resource for picture book ideas when

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