Open Studios 2016 – 21st to 30th May

Starting on Friday evening (20th May), I’ll be opening my studio as part of the 2016 Harleston & Waveney Art Trail. This year 25 artists will be opening their studios over the weekends of 21st/22nd and 28th/29th/30th May (including Bank holiday Monday). To download a complete pdf version of this year’s brochure with all the […]

Two to the Power of Six (=64)

Today is the first day of my “64 pictures in 64 days” project! For each of the sixty four days leading up to my next birthday, I shall be creating a picture a day. Each picture will be 8″ x 8″ (do the math!) and for sale for the duration of the project (unframed + […]

Some Special Dates in July

I had a great couple of weekends in the new studio with my second year as a member of Harleston & Waveney Art Trail. Here’s a photo of the display wall I’ve put on the back wall of the studio. Here I’ll be able to keep a permanent (but changing) show of small works. I’ve […]

Malcolm Cudmore – Back on the Trail!

It’s been a pretty full-on start to the year! And here I am – frantically readying the new studio (and what used to be a garden) for visitors to the two Harleston and Waveney Art Trail open studio weekends. Saturday 16th/ Sunday 17th and Saturday 23rd/ Sunday 24th & bank holiday Monday 25th May. A […]

Moving In – and Moving On!

At last – after moving to East Anglia four and a bit years ago, I am now in the process of moving into my own dedicated home studio! Whoopee!! It’s been quite a struggle – and the studios did have to take their place in the queue behind the higher priority of a completely refurbished, […]

26 Minutes of Fame!

My latest excursion into the wonderful world of TV has just aired on The Painting and Drawing Channel. Filmed in August on location in Bungay and Walberswick, I feature in an episode of “Fraser and Friends” – an eight part series from the SAA/Teaching Art Ltd. In the series, professional artist Fraser Scarfe spends time […]

101 Top Techniques for Artists

Around a year ago, I was invited by the SAA to submit an idea or two for a proposed book (their first) that would feature 101 interesting techniques for artists. Among those ideas, I included a run down of how I work with coloured pencils on cradled wooden panels – specially adapted for creating smaller […]