The must-listen In Conversation podcast features interviews with leading artists & craftspeople hosted by journalist Timothy Alletson Saunders, co-founder of Creative Coverage, the membership organisation for selected fine artists & craftspeople. Highlights include an in-depth conversation with David Roberts, who is acknowledged as being responsible for the introduction & promotion of modern, large scale Raku in Britain & instrumental in its re-introduction in America. Learn something, stay informed. Available on anchor.fm, spotify, applepodcasts, overcast or wherever you get your podcasts.
Successful wildlife artist Richard Whittlestone talks to Tim Saunders about his life as a painter and how his base at the Chatsworth Estate in Derbyshire has been a perfect location for him in more ways than one
Silvia Pastore chats to Tim Saunders about how art plays a large part in her journey of discovery and how the great Italian painters inspired her as she grew up in Venice
Successful droplet painter Sarah Pye will explore any opportunity to get her work in front of her buying public; she has even appeared on television
He employs a destructive layering technique even using bathroom squeegees. Francis Bacon, Picasso and Sickert are all inspirations
The two don't compliment each other whatsover, according to botanical artist and ecologist Sally Pinhey, who could have become an architect but chose social work instead although she has taught art in prison.
Nigel Moores talks to Tim Saunders about abstract art and how inspirational meetings with Terry Frost and Howard Hodgkin helped shape his work
Dr Trudy Barber extols the virtues of virtual reality in the art world. But, she tells Tim Saunders that she is still very much a traditional artist and feels that the two approaches work well together
British born Dominic Fondé FGE ARMS chats to Tim Saunders about glassblowing and engraving and how he ended up in Japan.
Science teacher Ben Dobson tells Tim Saunders how he creates art with his microscope, camera and computer and in so doing opens our eyes to a wonderful new world.
Memories of childhood are expertly created by Amanda Jackson who tells Tim Saunders about her passion for high quality oil paints and hog brushes. But if she comes across inferior paints she'll find a use for them...
So says the award winning sculptor Liz Watts, who likes to make her life as difficult as possible but it pays off she tells Tim Saunders
For many years Marilyn Ewens has painted landscapes, especially of Somerset where she has lived for over 40 years. But now her health presents challenges and she explains to Tim Saunders how her work is adapting.
Charles Jamieson chats to Tim Saunders about painting and acting. He shares useful advice for those starting their careers as artists
Joanna Commings chats to Tim Saunders about light and when to finish a painting as well as the important part that eggs and melons play when learning portraiture.
Award winning weaver Margaret Jones chats to Tim Saunders about how she became a weaver and how her didgeridoo playing complements her art.
Eric Pentecost talks to Tim Saunders about the collagraph process, how he became an artist and what he's working on at the moment.
Adam chats to Tim Saunders about sculpture and his journey from working in films such as Star Wars and 101 Dalmatians to where he is today.
The artist Wendy Clouse chats to Tim Saunders about her life and work. One thing Wendy did during lockdown was to paint the portraits of 2 NHS doctors, requested by Instagram.
The potter Andrew Matheson, an elected member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, talks to Tim Saunders about his ceramic journey
Devon artist Simon Fowler explains how he became an artist and how Dartmoor inspires him. More informatiom about Simon can be found here: http://www.creativecoverage.co.uk/artists-page/item/1213-simon-fowler