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Artists of the month: May

"She’s an artist with a very unique and individual vision whose paintings seem like an ironic comment on the world in which we currently find ourselves."

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Artists of the month: April

"At this difficult time, when restrictions curtail our daily routines and leave us gasping for some semblance of normality to return, the true nourishing and uplifting nature of visual art couldn’t be more necessary."

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Artist of the Week: Ronan Mcgeough

Meet the man behind our favourite paintings of the moment.

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Portraits from the Precipice: Meet first place winner, Zoe Elizabeth Norman

Zoe Elizabeth Norman won a whopping £10,000 through our climate change art prize with Octopus Energy.

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Artists of the month: March

Indeed, I was so struck by her work that I commissioned a small, charmingly dark 2D Edward Gorey-esque 'Eerie-go-round' paper sculpture, featuring seven eccentric, colourful creatures (including an aardvark-fish, a scorpion-wasp-mouse and a unicorn-mermaid).

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Portraits from the Precipice: Meet second place winner Rory Mitchell

Meet the second place winner in our climate change art prize with Octopus Energy

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Artfinder update on COVID-19 plans

We deeply empathise with those of you directly affected by the virus. Today, I wanted to share with you our plans to ensure the Artfinder platform remains fully open for business over the coming weeks and months.

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Portraits from the Precipice: Meet third place winner David Gill

Inspired by the increasing issue of plastic pollution in the ocean, David Gill's ‘Lost bottle, lost planet, lost people’ piece came in third place at our 'Portraits from the Precipice' competition.

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Artists of the month: February

"Beata is drawn to the poetry of the ordinary – lampposts, wall-mounted security cameras, stairwells – all of which are transformed through her lens into abstract architectural beauty."

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