From her studio in a remote cold war airbase in Suffolk, artist Abi Fawcus examines photographs of landscapes - snapshots of nature that her mind's eye transforms into mental impressions to stimulate imagination, abstract memory and a compelling sense of place.Read More
A piece of art is like a Mood Board, it has every aspect needed to stem the creation of an interior. The colour, location, artist, style, detail and depth.
With the new age of ‘creating experiences’ hotels more than ever need to tell a story and artwork is key...Read More
The last day of summer, or so everyone said.
It has been an incredible Indian summer, made all the more special by the fact that it ‘shouldn’t be like this’ so a gifted to us each day.Read More
A recent talk I did at the fantastic Reasons.to Conference, a place to get inspiration and innovation. You guys know the merits of digital art but back in Suffolk in the Dark ages of 2009 it was akin to blasphemy.Read More
You guys know the merits of digital art, but back in Suffolk in the Dark ages of 2019 it was akin to blasphemy. All the same, my light-bulb moment came courtesy of PC World, when, late one December armed with my linux drive full of holiday snaps, I went down to transfer the files to my PC laptop. But £50 and one phone call later I was informed that they couldn’t transfer the files and that my hard drive was corrupted - this was worse than when Boots slapped 'Warning!' Stickers on my artful portraiture!...Read More
A selection of my seascapes. Beaches, Sea Views, Winter and Summer. My favourite are the Haze and Mist ones the locations cover East Anglia, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cornwall, Kent, India, Goa and USA.Read More
I go out of my way to discover abstract art, my husband kindly points out I only like stuff similar to mine. I wish!! Here is a list of my top abstract artists, so you can make your own mind up.Read More
I've got to admit that I carry out my photography on my smart phone. I have an amazing SLR and traditional photographic training, but I found I kept missing the moment by not carrying this unwieldy object around with me. I shrunk down to a ‘pocket’ camera but realistically whose pockets are they meaning... not mine, and I’m not one for a handbag either so there became many moments I missed and wished I hadn't.Read More