Art in Isolation
Thank you for your continued engagement with our series. On behalf of Philip and the entire team we are grateful for your great comments and questions as the weeks of lockdown haver continued.
In today's episode Phlip has personally selected some of his favourite questions sent in by you and answers them as best he can from Duck End.
Art in Isolation will return next Monday 20th April at 4pm with anther Q&A session scheduled for next Thursday 23rd. If you have any more questions for Philip please do send them into us at firstname.lastname@example.org
See you next week.
Art in Isolation Episode List
A complete list of available episodes first broadcast on Instagram and Instagram Live from Tuesday 24th March 2020 from Philip's home.
Read the Telegraph press here.
Episode 1: An Introduction (24.3.20) Watch
Episode 2: Studio Scenes (25.3.20) Watch
Episode 3: The Third Dimension (26.3.20) Watch
Episode 4: A Man of Letters (27.3.20) Watch
Episode 5: Big is Beautiful (31.3.20) Watch
Episode 7: Divine Power (2.4.20) Watch
Episode 8: Cedric Morris; Painter and Plantsman Part I (6.4.20) Watch
Episode 9: Cedric Morris; Painter and Plantsman Part II (7.4.20) Watch
Episode 10: Nailing the Object (8.4.20) Watch
Episode 11: Queen of the Harvest (14.4.20) Watch
Episode 12: Paint and Plumage (15.4.20) Watch
Episode 13: Questions and Revelations (16.4.20) Watch
Episode 14: The Art of Food (20.4.20) Watch
Episode 15: The Art of Food Part II (21.4.20) Watch
Episode 16: Landscape of my Fathers (22.4.20) Watch
Episode 17: Questions and Revelations Part II (23.4.20) Watch
Episode 18: Bloomsbury Part I 'Vanessa' (27.4.20) Watch
Episode 19: Bloomsbury Part II 'Duncan' (29.4.20) Watch
Episode 20: Simon Bussy (1.5.20) Watch
Episode 1: A Call To Camera (10.5.20) Watch
The Call to the Country
We are delighted to announce that our online-only selling exhibition The Call to the Country: Cedric Morris in Suffolk 1929-1950 will be live on our website from Monday 6th April.
This online exhibition will bring together sixteen still-life and landscape works by British artist, Sir Cedric Lockwood Morris (1889-1982), to explore the profound impact the English countryside had on one of the 20th century's most accomplished painters of nature.
Bourlet Young Masters Competition
Calling all young artists! Do you know a budding Monet under 12 who would relish the opportunity to have their painting in a frame worthy of Claude himself? We are delighted to announce our involvement in Bourlet Framer's Young Masters Art Prize, in support of the Cavell Nurses' Trust. During this challenging time of isolation and distance, we think that it is important to harbour the creativity of the nation's young artists.
Read the Telegraph article here.