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Moving to Southern Spain had a transformational effect on my art. I became fascinated by the distant horizon line of the Mediterranean Sea, and found a new source of inspiration. I have become concerned with what I think of as a ‘poetic longing’ or nostalgia...

ArtCan is now a member of the Gallery Climate Coalition. The goal of the GCC is to facilitate a greener and more sustainable commercial art world. The aim is to provide guidelines and the necessary resources so that we can collectively reduce our carbon footprint by...

For three days from March 3rd, ArtCan turns the spotlight on… itself! 3 Days for ArtCan will reintroduce the organisation, its core values and activities to friends, members and those who don’t yet know ArtCan. Since 2013, ArtCan has been creating opportunities for artists through exhibitions and...

  OUR UNFOLDING ORGANISATION Initially, artists join for the opportunities to exhibit. But members soon come to know ArtCan as a platform for engaging with peers and arts professionals through its online community, offline events and workshops, knowledge sharing and on-request mentoring and advice....

  Exhibition now extended until the 23rd of April. Prelude, a virtual exhibition of ArtCan member artists, is presented by ArtCan, a not-for-profit arts organisation that empowers artists by creating opportunities. Prelude: prɛljuːd | breathe new life into 2021. Imbued with Hope. A new start. Prelude', adoption (16th century)...

I’m interested in art that challenges and engages the viewer, suggesting a different way of seeing the world. To my mind, it should challenge our attitudes and raise our awareness. Something aesthetically pleasing or dramatic can draw you in and start a conversation – a...