Artist Interviews

An interview with Anne Sands - Watercolour & Acrylic Artist

'I have been doodling all my life but started getting serious after retiring in 2011 from a long career as a registered nurse. I am basically a self-taught artist, but I have read several reference books on acrylics and watercolor techniques. From 2000-2011 I was the Director of Quality and Risk Management at a small hospital in York, Maine.'

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An Interview with Pencil Portrait Artist Keith Boldy

'My work is inspired by the artists I've tried to learn from Classical artists Holbein, Vermeer Bartoli and Velázquez. And contemporary artists Yugoslavian-born Bill Vuksanovitch Australian artist Yong Su and photographer Yousef Karsh whose understanding of the use of shadows is second to none.'

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The Interview - Portrait Photographer Amy Sandrin

'Amy shoots with a Nikon D7100.  Her favorite lens for portraits is a “Nifty Fifty” Nikon 50mm, 1.8.  She also uses a Nikon 18-140mm 3.5-5.6 lens depending on where she is shooting.  For fast action sports, like rodeos, her lens of choice is the Nikon 70-300mm 4.5-6.3.'

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An interview with Photographer & Watercolour Artist Gina Collins

'Gina Collins has experience with various photography genres. Her beautiful work ranges from stunningly colourful landscape images, elegant flower photography, majestic big cats and other wildlife, beautifully composed Still Life photography and much more. She also creates exquisite watercolour artwork too.'

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