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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 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 November 28, 2017 by New Blood Art

How do we price art?

Who prices the art? And how do they do it? These are questions I’m asked frequently, by both artists starting out and the customers who buy their work. We generally start working with artists right at the start of their careers – usually finding them at their degree shows, so often they have not yet […]





Posted September 1, 2017 by New Blood Art

Artists Making Waves – Notable Achievements 2017

Emiko Aida has been shortlisted for Lynn Painter Stainers and NOA 2017 and The Columbia Threadneedle Prize 2018. Frederic Anderson was Shortlisted for Tiffany and co/Outset studio award – a high profile award inaugurated this year. The award selects one artist from each of the main London art colleges (6 artists in total), and awards them free studio space […]





Posted April 20, 2017 by New Blood Art

Art Degree Show Tour 2017

The degree shows are a culmination of art students work over the course of their degree studies. Visiting over 100 shows, Sarah will scout for the most 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 new artists work […]





Posted February 12, 2017 by New Blood Art

The Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize

The Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize is an annual art award, intended to encourage creative representational painting and draughtsmanship. It gives out prizes totalling £30,000. The prize originated in London in 2005. This year NewBloodArt artists John Clark and Anna McNeil are selected finalists – they will both be showing in the exhibition at the Mall galleries […]





Posted January 18, 2017 by New Blood Art

How to sell your art online – the dos and don’t

This is the first in a series of posts I will be writing for emerging artists covering a range of topics on the subject of how to sell your art online. This first post will start with the basics of choosing an online platform, following posts will cover topics such as photographing your work, writing […]





Posted July 31, 2016 by New Blood Art

Advice for young artists – David Shrigley

Video: David Shrigley’s advice to young artists – shared from Louisiana Channel “You’re on the right track if you’re excited about what you’re doing.” David Shrigley, known for his humorous spin on common situations, here advises his colleagues to be open to learning from mistakes and stresses that being an artist “isn’t for everybody.”





Posted November 5, 2015 by Sophia

Artwork Packaging Expectations

At New Blood Art, we showcase outstanding artists and we want to ensure that at every step of the buying process, our customers are receiving outstanding service. High quality packaging of artwork is integral to a positive buying experience and beautiful artwork deserves to be beautifully packaged! The value of artwork is preserved by careful packaging, which […]





Posted June 28, 2015 by Joanne Hummel-Newell

The Farmer’s Clock

I have recently completed a residency on a farm on the isle of wight which was funded by Arts Council England.The Farmer’s Clock is the outcome exhibition which combines a suspended paper installation, wrapped fibre bales and watercolour.  It was a  brilliant private view in the newly restored Hop Kilns Gallery, with lots of visitors […]