A series of interviews with practicing artists

Artist Q&A: Ealish Wilson textiles artist

Ealish Wilson is a York-based textiles artist whose work is created with traditional skills such as smocking and pleating and complemented by the tools of modern technology like digital printing. Here she is in conversation with Judith Glover, former Secretary of the Friends, about her artistic methods and influences. 


Artist Q&A: Angus Vasili, printmaker

Angus Vasili is a York-based artist and printmaker whose work combines the abstractions of printmaking with the monumental forms of modern architecture.  Here he describes his artistic practice to Judith Glover, a former Secretary of the Friends.


Q&A: Alison Taylor seascape photographer

Alison Taylor is a seascape photographer and Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, whose work creates dramatic images of the Yorkshire coast. Here she is in conversation with Judith Glover, a former secretary of the Friends.


Q&A: Helen Whittaker, Barley Studio

Helen Whittaker, stained glass artist and sculptor, is Creative Director at Barley Studio, Dunnington, York. Here, in dialogue with Judith Glover, she talks about her artistic practice and creative influences.