What Shapes an Artist
Watch this recording of our live streamed conversation between artist tutor Alice Mumford and daughter Eleanor as they delve into questions such as why do we struggle to have the confidence to call ourselves an artist, what makes up the ‘creative compost’ of our lives and other fascinating insights into art, family and inspirational women.
Oh my that was an excellent session. Thank you so much Alice and Eleonor for your honesty and sharing such personal details of your own and the women in your family’s experience of being artists.
I found your mothers quote the most inspirational and resonates with my own journey. ‘A woman can do everything she wants but not all at the same time’. As an accomplished nurse midwife of 40 years (I wanted to be this from age 5 ) I’m now working towards being ‘an artist’Sandra Arthur
This is the first in a series of free live and interactive webinars where we invite artists to grapple with some of the key burning questions for artists. Is Competition Good for Creativity? Discussion led by Alice Mumford Picasso and Braque forged a relationship that was part intimate friendship, part rivalry. The two artists were...
Mastering The Art of Keeping it Simple
As seen in… Artist tutors Liz Luckwell and Marion Taylor share their insights to achieving modernist minimalism in a modern time frame. Harness the powerful abstract potential of the still life, inspired by modernist icons William Scott and Ben Nicholson. “The art of art, the glory of expression, is simplicity,” once quipped the great American...
Bonnard The Revolutionary - Alice Mumford
Join Alice in our studio, as she takes her students on a gallop through the history of art, to demonstrate what a revolutionary Bonnard was. PART 1 PART 2 PART 3