Recently we caught up with some of the artists who have been involved in Meet the Artist over the last three years. Find out what they’ve been doing since they were our featured artists and what they’re working on now.
Danica Maier is an artist and Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University. Danica’s practice often references textiles but seldom uses them directly in her artwork.
Nottingham based, Diana Ali takes her practice to different cities and spaces working both in art production and curation. She has recently been involved in the BBC’s Big Painting Prize as a mentor to the contestants.
Mik Godley is a painter, iPad artist and art-school lecturer. Mik’s work involves digital and internet explorations from pixel to painting and back again his latest project “Considering Silesia” examines issues of conflicting (Anglo-German) heritages, cultural memory, identity, displacement and migration.
Nick Mobbs is an Artist and Lecturer based in Nottingham. His practice combines photography and printmaking with a recent focus on pattern and producing illusions of movement in a 2D image.
Nína is a Visual Artist born in Reykjavík, Iceland, now based in Newark-on-Trent. Nína is currently undertaking a two year post graduate fellowship in stone lithography at Leicester Print Workshop.
Derbyshire based Steffie Richard is interested in capturing fleeting moments which normally go unnoticed like the high that a runner feels, or being submerged in the ocean or simply watching the tides ebb and flow.
Lucy Stevens’ practice examines the acoustic ecology of the natural environment, in particular the songs of birds to demonstrate and celebrate the value of nature and to promote wildlife conservation. Her practice uses field recording, digital illustration, drawing and printmaking.
James Steventon is an artist, writer, and runner, based in Northamptonshire. James is also Artistic Coordinator & Head of Education for Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, and a lecturer at The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University. James’ artistic practice involves methods of inhabiting the fleeting mental state of operation loosely defined by Csikszentmihalyi as ‘Flow’.
Serena Smith is an artist, tutor and collaborator with over 30 years practice within the field of fine art printmaking. In the past year Serena has been included in the shortlist for the Ruskin Prize 2017 and exhibited with the Rabley Drawing Centre and The Old Lock Up Gallery, Matlock.
We spoke to the artists in November 2017. View all the artists’ original profiles.