Interview with Les Satinover

“I clearly and seriously believe the human form is the highest and most meaningful subject matter to consider for art” Les Satinover is an American figurative artist whose primary concern is “to capture the figure, primarily male, through this prism, evoking strong emotions for the viewer in the encounter of Flesh and Form”. Even though […]

Interview with Brian Smith

“My work is exclusively focused on the human figure and consequently I have been a longtime fan of PoseSpace” Brian Smith is a professional artist, award-winning graphic designer, and art professor from Canada. He started his artistic career as a designer in 1969 and created his own business in 1979. Smith and his team earned […]

Interview with Roy Stanton

“My interest in the human figure as a subject is at the absolute foundation of what I enjoy doing as an artist” Roy Stanton is a talented American artist based in Florida. Even though he has been interested in art ever since he was a little boy, he also studied Zoology in the University of […]

Interview with Carol Heyer

“I really enjoy being a freelance artist, spending my time working on the things I love” Carol Heyer is an American full-time illustrator and writer who usually combines fantasy, sci-fi and realism in her work. She has created 30 children’s picture books—among them Humphrey’s First Christmas and Once Upon a Cool Motorcycle Dude— and has […]

Interview with Tiziano Gilardoni

“I’m convinced that art is a continuous flow” Tiziano Gilardoni was born in Italy in 1974 and is currently living in a small town near Milan. He is a self-taught artist who creates beautiful sculptures using modeling clay and plaster. Even though his favorite expressive medium is sculpture, he is also a talented photographer and […]

Interview with Joseph Pearson

“I believe in the power of art to provoke and expand society’s re-imagination” Joseph Pearson is an American artist based in Asheville. He paints people and figures using pastel pencil, charcoal and oil. His art embraces the social realism concept: he enjoys drawing scenes from the street and mirroring a reality. In this artist’s paintings, […]

Interview with Shannon Morrison

“After many years of using the airbrush, it has become a profoundly magical process for me. I am amazed by how an image seems to magically appear, yet my hand never touches the painting’s surface” Shannon Morrison is a self-taught artist who creates wonderful pieces of figurative art using his airbrush and acrylic paint. He […]

Interview with David Nelson

“Once I saw that contemporary artists were dealing with ideas, everything changed for me and I was hooked” David Nelson is a contemporary artist based in Dublin, New Hampshire. His interest in art began as a child when he discovered comics. Later, at the university, David studied and admired the great artists, but ended up […]

Interview with Davey Edwards

“I believe the female anatomy is one of the hardest to sketch in realist form. The way movement and gravity affects the fluidity of women’s anatomical parts is one of God’s greatest designs” Davey Edwards teaches cadastral sciences in Texas and has a Ph.D. in geosciences, but during his spare time —besides riding his Jeep— […]

Interview with Dennis Young

“It is inherently satisfying to reproduce on paper or canvas a likeness of a human soul that engages the emotion and the concerto of effects and highlights of the human form” Dennis Young is a self-taught artist located in New Castle, Delaware. He worked in healthcare for many years but now he is a full-time […]