Thursday, 28 June 2012

Rich Webster - New to ArtGrad today!

Rich Webster has an MA in Fine Art and majors on dealing with conceptual art which manifests itself as painting although the painting is not important. He is concerned with the role of artists in society, and the role and self perception of each of us and how we relate to each other.

For more of his work see

Friday, 22 June 2012

New to ArtGrad from Loughborough University - Sarah Torr

Sarah Torr is a final year student at Loughborough University studying Fine Art.

Sarah’s current work focuses on exploring geometric form through contemporary architecture. Architecture has always interested her. She is particularly interested in the contrasts between strong powerful lines, soft curves and the restful spaces in-between. Concentrating on the repetition of print, using the silkscreen processes, Sarah explored this development of line and form within architecture. Silk-screening onto acetate allowed her to layer up prints to create a 3D effect.

Tuesday, 12 June 2012

New to ArtGrad today! Akaki Jashi

New to ArtGrad today is Akaki Jashi who studied at Kutateladze Tbilisi State Academy of Art. He has a Bachelors degree and Master’s. His area of specialty is painting and drawing and he also teaches. See more of his work at  

Saturday, 2 June 2012

Unashamedly British!

ArtGrad contributes to the Jubilee celebrations today by showing you some new work by Edward Waite – what netter than Westminster Abby! See more of his new pieces on  

Virginia Erdie – New to ArtGrad Today….Gorgeous stuff!

Virginia Erdie is a classically trained artist who studied at The Maryland Institute, College of Art and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She lives in South Florida and works out of her studio at Studio 18 in the Pines.

Her current works are abstract relief paintings, where she uses texture and embellishes the surfaces in a unique manner. She exhibits nationally and internationally. See more of her work at:                     

Cata Ahlback is New to ArtGrad

As an artist, Cata pursues a way of expression which is extensive, critical, honest and true to herself. As she says, “I reach for the truth. I try to mediate a personal perception of truth in my art. Yet I am aware that it is nearly impossible to reach an absolute truth about life and being.”

She uses graphics, painting and installation in her art.
See more about Cata at: