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THE ART WORLD

NEWS, VIEWS, INFORMATION AND SPECIAL EVENTS IN THE ART WORLD

SARAH SPACKMAN: FROM WHERE I STAND

Sarah Spackman Pale Pink Peony, oil on linen, 133⁄4x93⁄4in (35x25cm)

SARAH WISEMAN GALLERY

40-41 South Parade, Oxford OX2 7JL September 7 to 28 01865 515123 www.wisegal.com

Graduating from the Byam Shaw School of Art in the early 1980s, Sarah Spackman has worked full time as an artist since 1986, building up a reputation for the strength of her drawing and the delicate and subtle use of colour. She is best known for her still-life paintings, which she approaches meticulously, both in terms of the subjects she chooses and the arrangement of her colours. She writes: ‘The subjects of my paintings are mainly organic, things grown on the allotment or in the garden, or simply things I find beautiful. Every painting is a new discovery of colour relationships, rooms and spaces on the canvas.’

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Welcome to our September issue, packed with inspiration, demonstrations and practical advice for all artists, covering all your favourite media. Our artist-contributors show you how to paint sunlight and shadows in watercolour, capture the effects of sparkling light on water in acrylics, create a balanced composition, while Amanda Hyatt shares her top ten tips for painting rivers and lakes in watercolour. There are also demonstrations on how to paint buildings, capture the texture of fur when painting animals, how to create a simple but dramatic linocut and showing why oils are great for developing still-life compositions in the studio. Seasoned exhibitor Nicholas Poullis offers advice on how to give yourself the best chance of selling your work, Steve Hall urges you to step out of your comfort zone and try a new medium and Haidee-Jo Summers encourages you to take up the #DrawingAugust challenge. Share your sketches with us, too, to win a prize and see your work published in The Artist. There's plenty more too, including the latest news, views, competitions to enter and our test report on the new Winsor & Newton Cadmium-Free watercolours.