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Posted July 9, 2020 by New Blood Art

Graduating in the time of Corona – a blog post by Katie Hallam

My MA in Contemporary Art Practice at Edinburgh College of Art concludes this August. Like many 2020 graduates, the realisation of completing studies in such unprecedented circumstances threw all ideas and plans into the unknown.  My practice before lockdown looked at the connections between new media technology and archaic power, looking at site specific geology, materiality […]

Posted March 6, 2020 by New Blood Art

Peter Kettle’s Everest Basecamp expedition

Masters artist Peter Kettle has created a remarkable collection of mixed media paintings incorporating rubbish he helped clear during an expedition to Everest Basecamp.The collection – Everest Basecamp Is the culmination of a 14-day trek Peter made last year in a bid to help clean up rubbish… See for example the piece: Prayer Flags Above Dingboche – where the flags are built […]

Posted September 1, 2019 by Claire Phipps

The Artists’ Reading List

‘It is with the reading of books the same as with looking at pictures; one must, without doubt, without hesitation, with assurance, admire what is beautiful…’ – Vincent Van Gogh. New Blood Art’s artists are beginning to share with us the titles of their best-loved literary works (we’ll keep it updated as and when the […]

Posted August 22, 2019 by Claire Phipps

Creative creatures

For centuries a beautiful harmony between creatives and creatures has been forming. This space is dedicated to memories of famous artists and the animals they shared their studios with and our artists and their studio pets…       NewBloodArt Artists and their studio animals: Ollie, Nina Stallwood’s (now sadly departed) studio companion, who loved to watch […]

Posted April 20, 2019 by New Blood Art

Inside Collector Homes

As artist Nicola Wiltshire said recently, it really completes the journey to see a piece in its final home..  I couldn’t agree more.. it’s super inspiring to see images of work in their final collector homes. I thought you might like to see some too.. PS – If you have any images of art purchased through […]

Posted April 10, 2019 by New Blood Art

The Eternal Smile: How words inspire…

There are plenty of overlaps between art forms… particularly between literature and visual art, and as it’s National Poetry Month – yes, there is such a thing (!) and as this influence often goes unseen… I wanted to shine a light on the many ways in which words inspire our artists. For Toni Cogdell, poetry […]

Posted March 24, 2019 by New Blood Art

In conversation with OwnArt

In conversation with Sarah Ryan, founder and director of NewBloodArt NewBloodArt is a niche / boutique online art gallery, selling unique, original art by carefully selected emerging artists. We sat down with its founder and director, Sarah Ryan, to find out more about her background and work as a gallerist and the challenges she has […]

Posted May 11, 2018 by New Blood Art

Degree Shows – 2018

The degree shows are a culmination of art students work over the course of their degree studies. This time of year Sarah scouts for exciting emerging artists to showcase on the website. Keep an eye on the new work section on the website to see new up and coming artists work as they are discovered and […]

Posted January 26, 2018 by New Blood Art

Artists as Curators: Nicola Wiltshire’s – New Blood Art Eight

It’s rather wonderful to see how artists collect art – which artists they choose to collect, are inspired by and want to surround themselves with. Artists are curators by nature, so to see their collections, curated with their particular aesthetic vision – is a real treat.. With this in mind, we’ll be bringing to you […]

Posted November 16, 2017 by New Blood Art

The painting ‘Salvator Mundi’ by Leonardo da Vinci at Christie’s sells for $450 Million

The painting ‘Salvator Mundi’ by Leonardo da Vinci at Christie’s sells for $450 Million – the highest price ever paid for a work of art at auction. Read more via NY Times: