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Anne Redpath Still Life on a Table, oil on board, linocut, 191⁄2X231⁄2in (49.5X59.7cm)

THIS LIFE IS SO EVERYDAY: The Home in British Art 1950-1980


Surrey Street, Sheffield S1 1XZ, until July 6 0114 278 2600

This Life is so Everyday draws largely from Sheffield’s Visual Art Collection to look at how artists have used depictions of domestic scenes to explore changes in home lives during the latter part of the 20th century. The exhibition brings together work by Patrick Caulfield, Helen Chadwick, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Anne Redpath and Su Richardson, and includes painting, photography, works on paper and mixed media. In addition it features contributions from a number of local community partners, such as a film by older Sheffield residents recalling changes to their home life over the decades.

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Welcome to the July issue of The Artist full of practical features by our top team of artist-contributors to inspire your own drawing and painting. Learn how David Taylor captures light effects in watercolour, perfect your brushwork with Hazel Soan, paint a summer rose in five easy stages, and street scenes full of life and colour. Enjoy demonstrations on how to create depth in your landscapes, use pastels to express texture, paint a backlit treescape in acrylics, and how to develop compositions from original reference material. Robert Dutton and Judi Whitton offer advice on how to avoid overworking and make the right choices to ensure successful compositions, while Martin Kinnear explains how to manage colour for visual design purposes. There's also a wealth of information about competitions to enter, exhibitions to see, special offers, art world news, courses and holidays and advice on promoting your own work. Whatever your preferred subject matter or medium, there's something for everyone and plenty of ideas to try in your own work this month.