April 25, 2017 | Author: webSman

Interview with artist Camille dela Rosa

Camille dela Rosa is a featured artist of the Miroir Magazine Inner Vision edition

Q: How long have you been an artist? Please tell us a little about your chosen medium.

A: My early works were inspired by the painting style of my late dad, the noted Ibarra Dela Rosa. I inherited his penchant for strong color combination in rendering my landscapes, flowers and trees. As years passed, I slowly departed from my his style and started exploring the impressionist technique. My subjects widened from landscapes to gardens, churches, portraits, and human figures. These were the so called traditional subject done in various mediums (oil, pastel and charcoal). more » “Interview with artist Camille dela Rosa”

April 24, 2017 | Author: webSman

Interview with surrealist artist Mariana Palova

Mariana Palova is a featured artist of the Miroir Magazine Inner Vision edition

The surrealist artist Mariana Palova has been actively pursuing her love of art since age seventeen. She studied art and design at the Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes. She is now an Illustrator at Flamel Stone, and a graphic designer at Thubten Dhargye Ling.
Her alchemical visions are expressive and delicate in detail. Surreal in nature, filled with symbolism and mystical elements. more » “Interview with surrealist artist Mariana Palova”

April 9, 2017 | Author: webSman

Specter Theme. Interview with Artist Bonny Hut

Q: How long have you been an artist? Please tell us a little about your chosen medium.

A: My art career began when I started drawing all over my Maths and English books in primary school in South Africa. I got into HUGE trouble because one of the ladies I drew at the time was semi-nude. My artistic practice pretty much flourished from there when I realized that creating art was more fun than doing anything else. more » “Specter Theme. Interview with Artist Bonny Hut”

December 24, 2016 | Author: webSman

Exclusive interview with Peca

Q: Tell us about your beginnings as an artist, when did you begin to draw or paint?

A: I Started to paint at an early age, this became the continuity of my life, although in the beginning I was not conscious of the artist inside me. Over the years all that creative potential became an essential part of my lifestyle, until finally it became my profession. It all flowed in a very natural way to that conclusion. more » “Exclusive interview with Peca”

October 11, 2016 | Author: webSman

R.I.P. Seb Barnett

Seb Barnett, the talented artist, tragically passed on October, 8. Here is the exclusive interview taken by Jo David and Nina Pak with Seb for the “Fantasy” issue of the Miroir Magazine.

Q: How long have you been an artist?

A: Looking back I would start defining myself as an artist around 2005, the ideas of what I wanted in art, what my own art was about, and who I was in the world of contemporary art started to solidify at that time. Before then I was just making images that I enjoyed, expressing some emotions through imagery. Being an artist is about much more than just illustrating my own experience, it is about a relationship to others, the viewer, the models, the individuals who are thought of while the art is made. Before 2005 art was just about me. The mentality that made it more occurred when I started thinking about the impact my art could have on others.

Q: Have you been trained, and if so from what institution? Or are you self taught?
more » “R.I.P. Seb Barnett”