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We would like to introduce you to surreal artist, Emilie DeBlack.
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We sit down with Richard Levine to discuss his new collection of prints and his life as an artist.
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We have a chat with Gareth Tristan Evans about his new Skate Deck collection!
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It’s a common misconception that only wealthy people can afford to have an art collection. However, it is not about having only expensive artworks that you buy at auctions for a ransom price. It’s more about collecting the artwork that shows your individuality. 
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We spend a day in the life of Marion McConaghie, from her morning strong cup of tea to settling down with a box set after cooking dinner. 
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We spend a day in the life of Jane Burrows, from early starts to drawing inspiration from the human figure. 
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Rhys Brown's practice turns the traditional Japanese Gyotaku printing technique to somewhat less traditional subjects: soft toys. 
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David Storey's work plays on the idea of memory and the point in which they begin to fade.

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Moving home is a big step, so housewarming presents need to be significant. Whether buying for a loved one or treating yourself, you can’t go wrong with art.
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Whether shopping for dear old Dad, for the hard-to-please-teenager or for the kids… think art this Christmas! Here are some art-related Christmas gift ideas.
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Hello Marine talks us through her new collection of paintings "Oh So Still" which reflect upon our time in lockdown.
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Colour Black's work doesn’t take itself too seriously. If it can make you smile, laugh or think, happy days.
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We are so pleased to welcome Horace Panter to artrepublic, check out our Q&A  to learn more about the artist, his practice, and his work.
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We spend a day in the life of Lee Ellis, from toddler wake-up calls to studio experimentation.
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Frances Featherstone's recent paintings 'The Heavens Series’ seeks to capture the sense of infinity and serenity we glimpse when looking out of aeroplane windows like angels from above.
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Artist & Designer Toby Holmes creates playful and humorous 'Pop-Surrealist’ sculptures and prints combining images drawn from a huge variety of sources from classical art to contemporary packaging and advertising.
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We spend a day in the life of David Studwell, from a morning run to closing the studio door at the end of the day.

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Sherrie-Leigh Jones draws inspiration from nature and travel, juxtaposing the real and fantastical to create landscapes that explore the ideas of ever changing seasons and environments.
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We were lucky enough to speak with NeverLabel to discuss their formation, carbon neutral art, and their new print 'Mother, Earth'.
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Eddy Bennett shares with us the inspiration behind his new print, 'Welcome to my world', and answers some of our burning questions!
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Florence Blanchard's work is directly inspired by her past experience working as a scientist and writing graffiti and depicts abstracts molecular landscapes questioning our idea of visual perception. 
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Zoë Jackson's work explores the human form and its place in nature along with themes of mindfulness and body positivity.
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A love of her surroundings, combined with an avid interest in graphic design and travel has inspired the vibrant colours and shapes seen in Hannah's work today.
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We chat with Richard Berner to discuss his brand new print, Best Buds.
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