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When We Were Cows

When We Were Cows

When We Were Cows has a well anticipated exhibition called 'In My Darkest Daydreams We All Survived' at the Corner Collective in Southsea on the 29th and 30th October from 11am until 4pm. The artist hasn't had a solo show since 2018 and brings a new depth to his work. Fans of the artist can expect a new exploration of art that connects with conservation and larger pieces on display that bring a sense of drama to the show.

Speaking to the artist John Ainsworth, I asked him where did the name 'When We Were Cows' come...


Lana Hodge Art and Jazz

Lana Hodge Art and Jazz

Meeting Lana Hodge for the first time, I was intrigued by her focus and direction, spending half her time being an artist and the other half being a vintage style Jazz, Swing, and Blues clarinettist. I have seen in recent years more people have a career that has two separate directions and I love how many people are making this work.

Lana is a veteran of HM Armed Forces, and having served in the Royal Marines for almost 10 years she left to pursue a path of creativity in her art and music. Looking for a place to...


Needle To The Groove

Needle To The Groove

Artwork on album covers were an essential part of a band or artist promoting their music and designing a cool cover that could go down in history as a legendary album really did define a band or musician. Fast forward to the here and now and most music is downloaded through an app where the artwork isn't as important as the music.

Under the Floodlights

Under the Floodlights

Under the Floodlights is a new exhibition at the Corner Collective which focuses on the love of the game and incorporating art with the use of graphic design.

From 12 yards is a local company that is well established in the football industry but did you know that co founders Mark and Andy actually live in Portsmouth? 


MOOK

MOOK

Luke AKA Mook Loves You is a graphic designer by day but has been painting walls on the street art scene for about ten years. You can tell his work by his prominent colours he always uses. His latest pieces in the Corner Collective gallery includes a collage of wood which builds up a scene using wood layers and paint in 5 colours. 

Describing where his inspiration came from he said that he started off creating a music magazine called Panic CoMA with...