My mind is constantly trying to fit in time to weave. I am such a novice, and don’t really have a style, but I love playing around with color and shape. This time I tried a round doodle weaving using an embroidery hoop! I didn’t follow anybody’s instructions, I just […]

Welcome to BSA Images of the Week! Welcome to BSA Images of the Week. We begin with a series of shots from an outdoor exhibition on Governors Island right now. Timely, political, educational, and powerful; “Eyes on Iran” is an excellent opportunity to contemplate the values we say that we […]

In 1829, Cuba was the first nation of Latin America, and also before several European nations, to use steam ships. In 1837, Cuba became the third nation in the world, after England and the US, to build a railroad. It also had the causal effect of creating a significant Chinese […]

In today’s art podcast we are talking to Carmel Jenkin. Carmel is a figurative artist from Melbourne Australia who specialises in the female form. We both came across Carmel at around the same time but on different social media platforms. We were immediate fans. Her paintings are incredibly beautiful and […]

Bath based artist Mel Pozniakow reviews Jackson’s Curated Set for Ink sharing her thoughts on the materials and how the set encouraged her to challenge her regular painting practice.   Mel Pozniakow Tests Jackson’s Curated Set: Ink I was recently asked by Jackson’s if I would like to write a […]