I think a lot of my ideas are just collage -taking two or more things and smooshing them together - and that is often funny in itself. I love classic art because it's so serious but all it needs is a little change to make it hilarious. To be honest I wish I had the courage to be naughtier some of the time, because I find a lot of humour in being irreverent.
Meet Rebecca Sheerin - an inspiring artist who is part of our Curiouser team. Rebecca uses mixed media to draw her vibrant, multi-layered images that instantly transport you to the seaside. I met her at her studio in Abbeymount at Out of The Blue to talk a bit more about her artistic practice. You can read more about her and her artistic practise in our Blog.
Beautiful, gentle and forever-improving her magnificent illustration skills - here is a real creative fairy Fiona Purves. Fantastic pet portrait artist with a keen eye for all forms of life. Her prints A-Z of Creatures are among our bestselling and most-loved artworks. Here we ask Fiona a few questions about her creative process so you can get to know her a little bit better. She is one of the Curious Crew members so you might have seen her in the Bruntsfield shop.
Meet Susie Wright, an Edinburgh based printmaker & designer. Her screenprints are our long standing favourites at Curiouser & Curiouser so we wanted to have a peek at her creative processes. I met Susie in her fantastic and organised studio in Beaverbank, Edinburgh to learn more.
Today we invited the Edinburgh-based illustrator Emily MacKenzie to tell us a little bit about herself. Best known to our Curiouser customers as the author of the "50 Shades of Scotland" & "50 Shades of England" prints, she is as colourful as her artworks.