In the eye of the beholder!

Humans grow up with a vibrant sense of knowledge from the colours, shapes, and sizes we are in contact with from all around us. These come together to form some wonderful objects and designs. We are in awe of nature...

Stephan Termote

My work currently still centres on veterinary ophthalmology although not full time, having run a small independent referral service for over two decades. I am grateful to my parents for sending us to Saturday art classes, walking us through “boring”...

Artistic vibes in Beijing

For many of us all around the world, art is a form of storytelling, whether we link it to our work, our hobbies or our dreams. As a teenager growing up in the 90s, I loved ballet in high school....

Touring eye expressions

Growing up as a small child in the late 80s, I would often look out of the train, bus, aeroplane, boat or car window and naturally form artistic visuals from real objects in my mind. In a year of profound...

Edible EyeArt in Belfast

Growing up as an early teen in the 90s, I have always loved celebrating art in childhood academic cooking classes, through to cake making for work events. Relating my hobby in fine arts to most recent news, a range of...

Katherine McVeigh

In this new section we profile creatives whose work is inspired by the eye. Since I was a child, I have enjoyed art projects. It provided me with a space for creative freedom without rules or restrictions. Unfortunately, this fell...