21/04/2020
Artist Interview
Lucy Strange
Artist Interview | Hoshige

Hoshige is a contemporary artist working mainly with acrylic painting on canvas. gowithYamo got to interview her and get to know her better!

‘The Bridge’
‘The Bridge’

What is your background?

I have practiced painting and drawing in several studios since my childhood. I have also studied in an art school during 5 years. I was specialized in graphical arts. On this occasion, I have practiced various classical techniques of drawing and painting. I have also studied Art History and artists from different periods. Some of them have influenced my current work.

What is your creative process?

The materials and the way of application on canvas are at the center of my plastic research and it permits to obtain an emboss effect. My creative process is based on a printing technique.

‘Sunset’
‘Sunset’

What is your favourite medium and why?

Using metallic paints is an important aspect of my artistic approach in order to obtain a bright appearance. Furthermore, it dries quickly and it permits to work with different layers during the same day.

What do you aim to communicate with your work?

The purpose of my work is to have a decorative aspect in the painting and to express the beauty of nature in a modern way. I also want to communicate about the growing interest that I have found in combining art and technology. In these troubled times, online viewing rooms and virtual exhibitions seem to be good solutions in order to keep sharing art with others.

‘Japanese Bridge’
‘Japanese Bridge’

How did your art evolve?  

At first, I have started working on abstraction and I have developed the printing technique during this period. In the beginning, I was only using acrylic paints (metallic and non-metallic colours). Then, I have had a more decorative period and I started focusing on highlights in the painting. I have started using gold leaf to bring more light in the painting. I have started going progressively to more figurative art with landscapes (using the same technique as before). The idea of mixed media is for me an interesting concept. It permits to obtain contrasts between different materials and obtain various effects.

Who are your biggest influences?

I have been influenced by Asian Art (more particularly japanese prints and kintsugi), Modern and Contemporary Art. Among my biggest influences are Zao Wou-Ki, Utagawa Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai, Simon Hantaï, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet and William Turner.

What is your favourite artwork you have produced to date and why?

My favourite artwork is ‘Waves’ which I have produced in 2019. I have a particular interest in nature. Reflections on water and landscapes are among my favourite subjects. It is also a reference to japanese art.

‘Waves’
‘Waves’

Do you have upcoming projects you are excited about?

I have an exhibition project at Easton art galleries.

How can we keep in touch with you and your work?

You can find me on Easton art galleries website : https://www.eastonartgalleries.com

Thanks for reading
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21/04/2020
Artist Interview
Lucy Strange
Artist Interview | Hoshige

Hoshige is a contemporary artist working mainly with acrylic painting on canvas. gowithYamo got to interview her and get to know her better!

‘The Bridge’
‘The Bridge’

What is your background?

I have practiced painting and drawing in several studios since my childhood. I have also studied in an art school during 5 years. I was specialized in graphical arts. On this occasion, I have practiced various classical techniques of drawing and painting. I have also studied Art History and artists from different periods. Some of them have influenced my current work.

What is your creative process?

The materials and the way of application on canvas are at the center of my plastic research and it permits to obtain an emboss effect. My creative process is based on a printing technique.

‘Sunset’
‘Sunset’

What is your favourite medium and why?

Using metallic paints is an important aspect of my artistic approach in order to obtain a bright appearance. Furthermore, it dries quickly and it permits to work with different layers during the same day.

What do you aim to communicate with your work?

The purpose of my work is to have a decorative aspect in the painting and to express the beauty of nature in a modern way. I also want to communicate about the growing interest that I have found in combining art and technology. In these troubled times, online viewing rooms and virtual exhibitions seem to be good solutions in order to keep sharing art with others.

‘Japanese Bridge’
‘Japanese Bridge’

How did your art evolve?  

At first, I have started working on abstraction and I have developed the printing technique during this period. In the beginning, I was only using acrylic paints (metallic and non-metallic colours). Then, I have had a more decorative period and I started focusing on highlights in the painting. I have started using gold leaf to bring more light in the painting. I have started going progressively to more figurative art with landscapes (using the same technique as before). The idea of mixed media is for me an interesting concept. It permits to obtain contrasts between different materials and obtain various effects.

Who are your biggest influences?

I have been influenced by Asian Art (more particularly japanese prints and kintsugi), Modern and Contemporary Art. Among my biggest influences are Zao Wou-Ki, Utagawa Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai, Simon Hantaï, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet and William Turner.

What is your favourite artwork you have produced to date and why?

My favourite artwork is ‘Waves’ which I have produced in 2019. I have a particular interest in nature. Reflections on water and landscapes are among my favourite subjects. It is also a reference to japanese art.

‘Waves’
‘Waves’

Do you have upcoming projects you are excited about?

I have an exhibition project at Easton art galleries.

How can we keep in touch with you and your work?

You can find me on Easton art galleries website : https://www.eastonartgalleries.com

Thanks for reading
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REDEEM YAMOS
21/04/2020
Artist Interview
Lucy Strange
Artist Interview | Hoshige

Hoshige is a contemporary artist working mainly with acrylic painting on canvas. gowithYamo got to interview her and get to know her better!

‘The Bridge’
‘The Bridge’

What is your background?

I have practiced painting and drawing in several studios since my childhood. I have also studied in an art school during 5 years. I was specialized in graphical arts. On this occasion, I have practiced various classical techniques of drawing and painting. I have also studied Art History and artists from different periods. Some of them have influenced my current work.

What is your creative process?

The materials and the way of application on canvas are at the center of my plastic research and it permits to obtain an emboss effect. My creative process is based on a printing technique.

‘Sunset’
‘Sunset’

What is your favourite medium and why?

Using metallic paints is an important aspect of my artistic approach in order to obtain a bright appearance. Furthermore, it dries quickly and it permits to work with different layers during the same day.

What do you aim to communicate with your work?

The purpose of my work is to have a decorative aspect in the painting and to express the beauty of nature in a modern way. I also want to communicate about the growing interest that I have found in combining art and technology. In these troubled times, online viewing rooms and virtual exhibitions seem to be good solutions in order to keep sharing art with others.

‘Japanese Bridge’
‘Japanese Bridge’

How did your art evolve?  

At first, I have started working on abstraction and I have developed the printing technique during this period. In the beginning, I was only using acrylic paints (metallic and non-metallic colours). Then, I have had a more decorative period and I started focusing on highlights in the painting. I have started using gold leaf to bring more light in the painting. I have started going progressively to more figurative art with landscapes (using the same technique as before). The idea of mixed media is for me an interesting concept. It permits to obtain contrasts between different materials and obtain various effects.

Who are your biggest influences?

I have been influenced by Asian Art (more particularly japanese prints and kintsugi), Modern and Contemporary Art. Among my biggest influences are Zao Wou-Ki, Utagawa Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai, Simon Hantaï, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet and William Turner.

What is your favourite artwork you have produced to date and why?

My favourite artwork is ‘Waves’ which I have produced in 2019. I have a particular interest in nature. Reflections on water and landscapes are among my favourite subjects. It is also a reference to japanese art.

‘Waves’
‘Waves’

Do you have upcoming projects you are excited about?

I have an exhibition project at Easton art galleries.

How can we keep in touch with you and your work?

You can find me on Easton art galleries website : https://www.eastonartgalleries.com

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/04/2020
Artist Interview
Lucy Strange
Artist Interview | Hoshige

Hoshige is a contemporary artist working mainly with acrylic painting on canvas. gowithYamo got to interview her and get to know her better!

‘The Bridge’
‘The Bridge’

What is your background?

I have practiced painting and drawing in several studios since my childhood. I have also studied in an art school during 5 years. I was specialized in graphical arts. On this occasion, I have practiced various classical techniques of drawing and painting. I have also studied Art History and artists from different periods. Some of them have influenced my current work.

What is your creative process?

The materials and the way of application on canvas are at the center of my plastic research and it permits to obtain an emboss effect. My creative process is based on a printing technique.

‘Sunset’
‘Sunset’

What is your favourite medium and why?

Using metallic paints is an important aspect of my artistic approach in order to obtain a bright appearance. Furthermore, it dries quickly and it permits to work with different layers during the same day.

What do you aim to communicate with your work?

The purpose of my work is to have a decorative aspect in the painting and to express the beauty of nature in a modern way. I also want to communicate about the growing interest that I have found in combining art and technology. In these troubled times, online viewing rooms and virtual exhibitions seem to be good solutions in order to keep sharing art with others.

‘Japanese Bridge’
‘Japanese Bridge’

How did your art evolve?  

At first, I have started working on abstraction and I have developed the printing technique during this period. In the beginning, I was only using acrylic paints (metallic and non-metallic colours). Then, I have had a more decorative period and I started focusing on highlights in the painting. I have started using gold leaf to bring more light in the painting. I have started going progressively to more figurative art with landscapes (using the same technique as before). The idea of mixed media is for me an interesting concept. It permits to obtain contrasts between different materials and obtain various effects.

Who are your biggest influences?

I have been influenced by Asian Art (more particularly japanese prints and kintsugi), Modern and Contemporary Art. Among my biggest influences are Zao Wou-Ki, Utagawa Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai, Simon Hantaï, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet and William Turner.

What is your favourite artwork you have produced to date and why?

My favourite artwork is ‘Waves’ which I have produced in 2019. I have a particular interest in nature. Reflections on water and landscapes are among my favourite subjects. It is also a reference to japanese art.

‘Waves’
‘Waves’

Do you have upcoming projects you are excited about?

I have an exhibition project at Easton art galleries.

How can we keep in touch with you and your work?

You can find me on Easton art galleries website : https://www.eastonartgalleries.com

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/04/2020
Artist Interview
Lucy Strange
Artist Interview | Hoshige

Hoshige is a contemporary artist working mainly with acrylic painting on canvas. gowithYamo got to interview her and get to know her better!

‘The Bridge’
‘The Bridge’

What is your background?

I have practiced painting and drawing in several studios since my childhood. I have also studied in an art school during 5 years. I was specialized in graphical arts. On this occasion, I have practiced various classical techniques of drawing and painting. I have also studied Art History and artists from different periods. Some of them have influenced my current work.

What is your creative process?

The materials and the way of application on canvas are at the center of my plastic research and it permits to obtain an emboss effect. My creative process is based on a printing technique.

‘Sunset’
‘Sunset’

What is your favourite medium and why?

Using metallic paints is an important aspect of my artistic approach in order to obtain a bright appearance. Furthermore, it dries quickly and it permits to work with different layers during the same day.

What do you aim to communicate with your work?

The purpose of my work is to have a decorative aspect in the painting and to express the beauty of nature in a modern way. I also want to communicate about the growing interest that I have found in combining art and technology. In these troubled times, online viewing rooms and virtual exhibitions seem to be good solutions in order to keep sharing art with others.

‘Japanese Bridge’
‘Japanese Bridge’

How did your art evolve?  

At first, I have started working on abstraction and I have developed the printing technique during this period. In the beginning, I was only using acrylic paints (metallic and non-metallic colours). Then, I have had a more decorative period and I started focusing on highlights in the painting. I have started using gold leaf to bring more light in the painting. I have started going progressively to more figurative art with landscapes (using the same technique as before). The idea of mixed media is for me an interesting concept. It permits to obtain contrasts between different materials and obtain various effects.

Who are your biggest influences?

I have been influenced by Asian Art (more particularly japanese prints and kintsugi), Modern and Contemporary Art. Among my biggest influences are Zao Wou-Ki, Utagawa Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai, Simon Hantaï, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet and William Turner.

What is your favourite artwork you have produced to date and why?

My favourite artwork is ‘Waves’ which I have produced in 2019. I have a particular interest in nature. Reflections on water and landscapes are among my favourite subjects. It is also a reference to japanese art.

‘Waves’
‘Waves’

Do you have upcoming projects you are excited about?

I have an exhibition project at Easton art galleries.

How can we keep in touch with you and your work?

You can find me on Easton art galleries website : https://www.eastonartgalleries.com

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/04/2020
Artist Interview
Lucy Strange
Artist Interview | Hoshige

Hoshige is a contemporary artist working mainly with acrylic painting on canvas. gowithYamo got to interview her and get to know her better!

‘The Bridge’
‘The Bridge’

What is your background?

I have practiced painting and drawing in several studios since my childhood. I have also studied in an art school during 5 years. I was specialized in graphical arts. On this occasion, I have practiced various classical techniques of drawing and painting. I have also studied Art History and artists from different periods. Some of them have influenced my current work.

What is your creative process?

The materials and the way of application on canvas are at the center of my plastic research and it permits to obtain an emboss effect. My creative process is based on a printing technique.

‘Sunset’
‘Sunset’

What is your favourite medium and why?

Using metallic paints is an important aspect of my artistic approach in order to obtain a bright appearance. Furthermore, it dries quickly and it permits to work with different layers during the same day.

What do you aim to communicate with your work?

The purpose of my work is to have a decorative aspect in the painting and to express the beauty of nature in a modern way. I also want to communicate about the growing interest that I have found in combining art and technology. In these troubled times, online viewing rooms and virtual exhibitions seem to be good solutions in order to keep sharing art with others.

‘Japanese Bridge’
‘Japanese Bridge’

How did your art evolve?  

At first, I have started working on abstraction and I have developed the printing technique during this period. In the beginning, I was only using acrylic paints (metallic and non-metallic colours). Then, I have had a more decorative period and I started focusing on highlights in the painting. I have started using gold leaf to bring more light in the painting. I have started going progressively to more figurative art with landscapes (using the same technique as before). The idea of mixed media is for me an interesting concept. It permits to obtain contrasts between different materials and obtain various effects.

Who are your biggest influences?

I have been influenced by Asian Art (more particularly japanese prints and kintsugi), Modern and Contemporary Art. Among my biggest influences are Zao Wou-Ki, Utagawa Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai, Simon Hantaï, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet and William Turner.

What is your favourite artwork you have produced to date and why?

My favourite artwork is ‘Waves’ which I have produced in 2019. I have a particular interest in nature. Reflections on water and landscapes are among my favourite subjects. It is also a reference to japanese art.

‘Waves’
‘Waves’

Do you have upcoming projects you are excited about?

I have an exhibition project at Easton art galleries.

How can we keep in touch with you and your work?

You can find me on Easton art galleries website : https://www.eastonartgalleries.com

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/04/2020
Artist Interview
Lucy Strange
Artist Interview | Hoshige

Hoshige is a contemporary artist working mainly with acrylic painting on canvas. gowithYamo got to interview her and get to know her better!

‘The Bridge’
‘The Bridge’

What is your background?

I have practiced painting and drawing in several studios since my childhood. I have also studied in an art school during 5 years. I was specialized in graphical arts. On this occasion, I have practiced various classical techniques of drawing and painting. I have also studied Art History and artists from different periods. Some of them have influenced my current work.

What is your creative process?

The materials and the way of application on canvas are at the center of my plastic research and it permits to obtain an emboss effect. My creative process is based on a printing technique.

‘Sunset’
‘Sunset’

What is your favourite medium and why?

Using metallic paints is an important aspect of my artistic approach in order to obtain a bright appearance. Furthermore, it dries quickly and it permits to work with different layers during the same day.

What do you aim to communicate with your work?

The purpose of my work is to have a decorative aspect in the painting and to express the beauty of nature in a modern way. I also want to communicate about the growing interest that I have found in combining art and technology. In these troubled times, online viewing rooms and virtual exhibitions seem to be good solutions in order to keep sharing art with others.

‘Japanese Bridge’
‘Japanese Bridge’

How did your art evolve?  

At first, I have started working on abstraction and I have developed the printing technique during this period. In the beginning, I was only using acrylic paints (metallic and non-metallic colours). Then, I have had a more decorative period and I started focusing on highlights in the painting. I have started using gold leaf to bring more light in the painting. I have started going progressively to more figurative art with landscapes (using the same technique as before). The idea of mixed media is for me an interesting concept. It permits to obtain contrasts between different materials and obtain various effects.

Who are your biggest influences?

I have been influenced by Asian Art (more particularly japanese prints and kintsugi), Modern and Contemporary Art. Among my biggest influences are Zao Wou-Ki, Utagawa Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai, Simon Hantaï, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet and William Turner.

What is your favourite artwork you have produced to date and why?

My favourite artwork is ‘Waves’ which I have produced in 2019. I have a particular interest in nature. Reflections on water and landscapes are among my favourite subjects. It is also a reference to japanese art.

‘Waves’
‘Waves’

Do you have upcoming projects you are excited about?

I have an exhibition project at Easton art galleries.

How can we keep in touch with you and your work?

You can find me on Easton art galleries website : https://www.eastonartgalleries.com

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/04/2020
Artist Interview
Lucy Strange
Artist Interview | Hoshige

Hoshige is a contemporary artist working mainly with acrylic painting on canvas. gowithYamo got to interview her and get to know her better!

‘The Bridge’
‘The Bridge’

What is your background?

I have practiced painting and drawing in several studios since my childhood. I have also studied in an art school during 5 years. I was specialized in graphical arts. On this occasion, I have practiced various classical techniques of drawing and painting. I have also studied Art History and artists from different periods. Some of them have influenced my current work.

What is your creative process?

The materials and the way of application on canvas are at the center of my plastic research and it permits to obtain an emboss effect. My creative process is based on a printing technique.

‘Sunset’
‘Sunset’

What is your favourite medium and why?

Using metallic paints is an important aspect of my artistic approach in order to obtain a bright appearance. Furthermore, it dries quickly and it permits to work with different layers during the same day.

What do you aim to communicate with your work?

The purpose of my work is to have a decorative aspect in the painting and to express the beauty of nature in a modern way. I also want to communicate about the growing interest that I have found in combining art and technology. In these troubled times, online viewing rooms and virtual exhibitions seem to be good solutions in order to keep sharing art with others.

‘Japanese Bridge’
‘Japanese Bridge’

How did your art evolve?  

At first, I have started working on abstraction and I have developed the printing technique during this period. In the beginning, I was only using acrylic paints (metallic and non-metallic colours). Then, I have had a more decorative period and I started focusing on highlights in the painting. I have started using gold leaf to bring more light in the painting. I have started going progressively to more figurative art with landscapes (using the same technique as before). The idea of mixed media is for me an interesting concept. It permits to obtain contrasts between different materials and obtain various effects.

Who are your biggest influences?

I have been influenced by Asian Art (more particularly japanese prints and kintsugi), Modern and Contemporary Art. Among my biggest influences are Zao Wou-Ki, Utagawa Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai, Simon Hantaï, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet and William Turner.

What is your favourite artwork you have produced to date and why?

My favourite artwork is ‘Waves’ which I have produced in 2019. I have a particular interest in nature. Reflections on water and landscapes are among my favourite subjects. It is also a reference to japanese art.

‘Waves’
‘Waves’

Do you have upcoming projects you are excited about?

I have an exhibition project at Easton art galleries.

How can we keep in touch with you and your work?

You can find me on Easton art galleries website : https://www.eastonartgalleries.com

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/04/2020
Artist Interview
Lucy Strange
Artist Interview | Hoshige

Hoshige is a contemporary artist working mainly with acrylic painting on canvas. gowithYamo got to interview her and get to know her better!

‘The Bridge’
‘The Bridge’

What is your background?

I have practiced painting and drawing in several studios since my childhood. I have also studied in an art school during 5 years. I was specialized in graphical arts. On this occasion, I have practiced various classical techniques of drawing and painting. I have also studied Art History and artists from different periods. Some of them have influenced my current work.

What is your creative process?

The materials and the way of application on canvas are at the center of my plastic research and it permits to obtain an emboss effect. My creative process is based on a printing technique.

‘Sunset’
‘Sunset’

What is your favourite medium and why?

Using metallic paints is an important aspect of my artistic approach in order to obtain a bright appearance. Furthermore, it dries quickly and it permits to work with different layers during the same day.

What do you aim to communicate with your work?

The purpose of my work is to have a decorative aspect in the painting and to express the beauty of nature in a modern way. I also want to communicate about the growing interest that I have found in combining art and technology. In these troubled times, online viewing rooms and virtual exhibitions seem to be good solutions in order to keep sharing art with others.

‘Japanese Bridge’
‘Japanese Bridge’

How did your art evolve?  

At first, I have started working on abstraction and I have developed the printing technique during this period. In the beginning, I was only using acrylic paints (metallic and non-metallic colours). Then, I have had a more decorative period and I started focusing on highlights in the painting. I have started using gold leaf to bring more light in the painting. I have started going progressively to more figurative art with landscapes (using the same technique as before). The idea of mixed media is for me an interesting concept. It permits to obtain contrasts between different materials and obtain various effects.

Who are your biggest influences?

I have been influenced by Asian Art (more particularly japanese prints and kintsugi), Modern and Contemporary Art. Among my biggest influences are Zao Wou-Ki, Utagawa Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai, Simon Hantaï, Gustav Klimt, Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet and William Turner.

What is your favourite artwork you have produced to date and why?

My favourite artwork is ‘Waves’ which I have produced in 2019. I have a particular interest in nature. Reflections on water and landscapes are among my favourite subjects. It is also a reference to japanese art.

‘Waves’
‘Waves’

Do you have upcoming projects you are excited about?

I have an exhibition project at Easton art galleries.

How can we keep in touch with you and your work?

You can find me on Easton art galleries website : https://www.eastonartgalleries.com

Thanks for reading
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