Meet your hosts: Sally-Anne Stewart and Carole Theriault
In this inaugural episode, your Art Musings hosts will share where they are in their art careers, including their loves, fears and hopes. They'll even get into what they haven't a clue about when it comes to the complex process of composing, producing and selling art.
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About Sally Anne Stewart:
I'm a self-taught printmaker who lives and works in East Oxford. I became a full-time artist at the start of 2020, following nearly two decades in journalism and communications.
I work chiefly in linocut, creating unique, limited-edition prints. I'm inspired by nature, but also by the urban environment, and my work is printed by hand in my studio at the bottom of my garden. I enjoy the bold look of single-colour linocuts, but also the challenge and effect of multi-colour, multi-block prints, even if I end up with a fresh batch of grey hairs with each one I tackle!
About Carole Theriault
I'm a self-taught watercolour and ink artist based in East Oxford, UK. I was born in Canada, moved to the UK in 1995, and settled in East Oxford in 2005. I’ve been painting watercolours since 2019, and play with inks occasionally. I am currently focused on honing my skills, strengthening my ties with Oxford’s art community, and getting on the socials (eeek!). I am also a professional podcaster, writing, hosting and producing Smashing Security, a lighter take on technological SNAFUs, and Sticky Pickles: what do you do now?