Author Archives: EGDart

EnamGDesigns Competition!!!! Call for Entries!!!!

NOTE THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED! CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNER DEREK FLEMING. Calling all fans, EnamGDesigns is launching a competition to name her latest piece of work a triptych inspired by flora…see pic, all welcome to enter. Note the winning entry will get recognition at all exhibitions where the piece is featured!!! Post your entries on […]

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Art Fairs – a worthwhile platform for emerging artists?

Earlier this summer I took part in the Untitled Artists Fair in Chelsea. This was my first fair and I didn’t know what to expect. I hoped  the  prestige and location would attract the art industry elite. In reality however the traffic was more the couple looking for a piece of easy readable art for the […]

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Getting up to date!!

It’s been ages since I blogged I know but life since the Sugar and Spice LA show has been a whirlwind!!! :-). The LA show was an amazing experience, I met some amazing artists and made some great connections. I’ve since done the Untitled Artists Fair in Chelsea, had my artwork featured in the new Tiger […]

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Countdown to my US debut exhibition ‘Sugar and Spice Le Premier’

I spotted the call for artists post on facebook for this event just over a month ago and haven’t looked back since. The title was the eye-catcher, it’s exactly the same as of one of my collections (it was meant to be :-)..) So I’ve got little over two weeks till the show and it’s crunch time. […]

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Ofili at Tate Britain; love it, hate it or just confused by it

I personally have been a fan of Chris Ofili for many years. I recently paid a visit to the Tate Britain’s exhibition with my cousin and was intrigued to hear her thoughts on his seemingly ‘controversial’ dung pieces. Her reaction spawned an interesting discussion which inspired this blog. Aesthetically we both agreed that his works and […]

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Life as an emerging artist: Marketing yourself

This is the first of many blogs documenting not only my ‘life as an emerging artist’ but the trials, successes and invaluable advice that come my way. I think the most important thing (and infact the hardest) you can do as an emerging artist is not creating art but marketing yourself.  Self promotion can seem daunting at first, one often […]

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