As part of Traditional Art History Month I will be interviewing some of the Traditional Art Community, including your lovely TradART Community Volunteers
Today it's the talented ^kiwi-pdd, Community volunteer for Street Art
Hi ^kiwi-pdd, tell us a little about yourself and your style of Art.
The name I go under is Kiwi. The style of art I produce is usually
labeled as street art. I produce canvases using spraypaint and stencils
cut out of card/paper, also hand drawn stickers for trade/placement on
What is it that attracts you to Traditional Art?
My answer is twofold to that one. Firstly the joy of creating something physical and real that can be held and admired from multiple angles. Secondly my complete ineptitude when it comes to image manipulation software
Are you a member of any dA Traditional Art Groups? If so, which?
Did you study Art at School / College / Uni? Or in your own time?
I studied for 5 A-levels at high school, the fifth being Art. I didn't achieve a massive grade but I did discover a joy for painting. That was quite a while ago now, mostly I pick things up myself by trying new and different things out all the time.
Who is your favourite Traditional Artists of all time?
Thank you ^kiwi-pdd!
Check out the #ArtHistoryProject for more about Traditional Art this month and be ready for the other galleries over the next year!