Valerie Brennan, at the wonderful Studio Critical, has just posted a recent interview with me here if you would like to know a little bit more about what i do and how and where.



10 thoughts on “Interview

  1. Great photo. One of my favorite things is to get a look into another artist’s studio.

  2. Hi Stephen, i sort of accidentally posted that a bit prematurely! But i’m glad that you (like me) enjoy seeing that side of a fellow artists working environment.

  3. I am a fan of Studio Critical. It’s a great way of getting to know the work via what the artist says about their working methods. I enjoyed your interview and the paintings looked good on there too. From the photo it looks like the qaliity of light you get in your workspace is really good. Is it like that a lot of the day or only at certain times? I was interested in what you said about the space limitations probably leading to smaler scale work. I think that’s true for a lot of us. A friend was saying only yesterday that the relationship of art to workspace is a bit like goldfish to goldfish bowl, fish tank or pond!

  4. Thank you Andy. My studio is the attic/loft space with a large velux skylight and so the light is very good in some areas and not so good in others.
    The goldfish analogy is excellent. It is possible to produce largish work (4′ to 5′ feet by 6′ feet) in there, but it doesn’t look right – there’s not enough space to see it properly – you can’t get the distance.

  5. Thank you Ian – i really appreciate you dropping by and taking the time to leave such a positive comment. I hope we can keep in touch, i really admire what you are doing and exploring through your work.

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