I can only apologise for the lack of posts in recent weeks – I hit the ground running at the start of 2018, and haven’t managed to stop just yet. However, I wanted to write a quick post for you as a couple of days ago, I was doing my usual crawl through the internet … Continue reading The Autodidact: What Does it Take to Make it Big?
The latest artist showcase comes from Gail Prussky, whose drawings and paintings keep her sane. Gail has answered a few questions about her life and work as an artist ahead of the release of her new book, 'Broken Balloons.' When did your interest in art/creating begin? When I flew out of the womb. I've been … Continue reading Artist Showcase: Gail Prussky
Back in December, Boeeuen Choo's spiritual art inspired by the design and template of original tarot cards featured on kdoutsiderart. Last month, Boeeuen got back in touch about a new project that I really wanted to feature here. It's always great to hear from the artists featured in the artist showcases; to hear about their new … Continue reading Boeeuen Choo: Ink Drawing Project
‘Life is Your Very Own Canvas’ is an exhibition showcasing expressive art created by individuals somewhere along the road to recovery. The exhibition has been organised by Penumbra Art; a new collective of artists who are exploring the creative path together in a supportive, encouraging and safe environment. The exhibition is happening from 27 May … Continue reading Life is your very own canvas
REDEFINING OUTSIDER ART: LOOKING AT LANGUAGE AN ONLINE EXHIBITION LOOKING AT THE TERM OUTSIDER ART AND WHAT IT MEANS IN THE 21ST CENTURY Call out for submissions to an online exhibition focusing on the term outsider art and what it means to YOU as an artist. kdoutsiderart.com regularly focuses on the ambiguities of the term outsider … Continue reading CALL OUT FOR SUBMISSIONS: Redefining Outsider Art
This guest post has been written by Brendan Liam, 'Curator of the Apocalypse.' Brendan has coined the term 'Nomadic Art' to describe works that are predominantly anonymous, and created on simple materials often found to hand. The work he describes is much nearer street art than fine art in its appearance and style. "My name … Continue reading Nomadic Art from the Apocalypse
I am currently in the process of moving my blog over from another blog hosting site to WordPress. I will begin by adding my previous posts to this site, so eventually they should all be in one, easy to use place! Please bear with me during this process 🙂