Interview with Steven Friedman

“My goal has always been to create artwork that has every bit the look and feel of ones done by traditional mediums” Steven Friedman is a talented artist who started his professional career as a traditional photographer. He begins experimenting with digital imagery in 1990 and has been studying different software and developing beautiful techniques …

Interview with Fred Whitson

“The human figure is at the core of expression, and the energy and variations that the human form is capable of have always intrigued me” Fred Whitson is a talented self-taught artist located in Mornington Peninsula, in Australia. Ever since he was a little boy he enjoyed painting and drawing, but later pursuit a professional …

Interview with Jamie Lindholm

“I paint mostly figurative subjects because, for me, the work is all about humanity” American artist Jamie Lindholm was born in Akron, Ohio, in 1961. Ever since she was a little girl she enjoyed painting, but it wasn’t until after she started working that she decided to take her art more seriously. Now, Jamie works …

Interview with Ricardo Pontes

“I realized PoseSpace had so many poses that I could literally never see myself wanting to do classes again” Ricardo Pontes is a talented artist based in Washington DC, in the United States. He has always been interested in art, but it wasn’t until failing at painting that he discovered his true passion: sculpting. His …

Interview with Tim Hodge

“At Disney we had in-studio drawing sessions at lunch to keep up our skills. You have to be able to capture action and emotion quickly” Tim Hodge is a talented artist, animator, voice actor, director, and writer located in Tennessee, in the United States. Ever since he was a little boy, he knew he would …

Interview with Jean-Claude Despoulain

“Figurative art suits me perfectly and allows me to convey the emotions of the moment more easily” Jean Claude Despoulain is a talented sculptor located in Langres, France. As a self-taught artist, he started painting and drawing but later, when he was 38 years old, he discovered a new passion: sculpting.  Despoulain has been sculpting …

Interview with Susie Wilson

Whatever the subject matter or medium, however much time I have allotted to the piece, however big or small it is intended to be, the gesture is vital Susie Wilson was born in North Walsham, a beautiful countryside village near Cambridge. Ever since she can remember, she has always felt a strong connection to art. …

Interview with Cheryl Handy

“I want to spend more time honing my anatomy skills and understanding the structure and movement of the human form” American painter Cheryl Handy identifies herself as an artist since she was 12 years old. She has always enjoyed writing and drawing, but when she started her professional career she had to choose a different …

Interview with Leslie A. Brown

“The figure will always be relevant and loaded with meaning in art” Leslie A. Brown is a talented American artist based in California. When she was a young girl, her grandfather used to take her to art galleries, and later, after working in a very different industry, she decided to study art at the age …

Interview with Greg Kimsey

“The nude figure is easily the most challenging thing to draw or paint because it is so familiar to us as humans. If something is wrong proportionally in the drawing, then it is readily apparent. Practicing drawing the nude figure will improve all aspects of your art” Greg Kimsey has a clear memory of his …