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Art First Interiors
Top 10 Art First Interiors Episodes
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Do you do a risk assessment before buying an artwork? In this episode Lorraine talks to Instagram queen of the statement library Lou Watkins, on the careful steps she goes through before buying art, from colour to mood to payment plans, she spills the beans on why she loves eBay for vintage art finds and the possibilities out there for artists to collaborate with social media influencers...
From travel to dreams and finding her creative mojo again, artist Rachel Louise Lee shares her personal experience of the challenges of life after art school, the things that inspire her work and setting up a home art studio. Lorraine chats with her about the joy of the little surprises discovered by experimenting with printmaking techniques as well as the rewards that come with seeing her work hang in people's homes.
Want to know what artists really think about being commissioned for interiors? Join Lorraine as she chats to Karenina Fabrizzi talking from her studio in the heart of Barcelona about this, the artists and experiences that have influenced her work, the discipline needed to be a successful full time practicing artist and how having a unique voice is essential to making good art...
In this episode, Lorraine chats to interior designer and surface artist Jennifer Devaney about her theatrical home in the heart of Scotland and her carefree, ‘why not’ approach to home decorating.
Jenni’s style is influenced by mix of eras and historical trends in fashion and design to create a look that is both unique and adventurous.
From vast fabric covered ceilings and walls, to gin palaces in the garden, they chat about Jenni’s sources of inspiration and the 'mindfulness' of maximalist interiors - who knew?
As we head into autumn, Lorraine chats to Dee Campling about the art of display and slow decorating. Dee gives some fantastic tips on styling creatively as well as inexpensive ways to add texture and interest in your home. From the best sculptural plants to look out for on forest walks to how to show vintage finds alongside contemporary pieces to create exciting displays...
From Shamanic journeys deep into the subconscious to protective masks of silver during a plague, in this episode, I chat to artist Gill Walton about some of the intriguing processes and techniques that she uses in making her work.
We discuss how she uses sacred geometry to compose paintings and hidden symbolism to build stories that lead the viewer’s eye through her paintings
Gill talks about the challenges of balancing motherhood with being an artist and how Covid 19 has changed her approach to her work...