London-based artist Freya Douglas-Morris recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss her interest in memory, physical approach to art-making, experience as a mother, and her current solo exhibition ‘All paths lead somewhere’ at Lychee One
The widely anticipated 5th edition of The Catlin Guide 2014 | New Artists in the UK will be available from 15th January at the London Art Fair 2014
“These artists in an act of generosity and accessibility have made their works available for affordable prices so that art collectors old and new are able to invest in some of the most promising and established collectible artists whom normally usually sell upwards of £500”.
Freya Douglas Morris is an extraordinarily fine artist, her work resonates with memories conjured by her travels throughout the world. As a painter what interests Freya is the emotional response that a sublime landscape can produce, which is loaded with personal interpretation.
Unnatural Selection 28th May – 13th June 2010 Londonewcastle Project Space 28 Redchurch street, E2 7DP ‘Were I called upon… Read More
Studio 1.1, Marmite Prize for Painting, November 27th, 6-9pm, www.marmiteprize.org The exhibition opening party will be on Thursday 27th November… Read More