Testing your limits in the name of art

Interview with artist Samuel Sultana

Samuel Sultana

Samuel Sultana is the quintessential artist, the bohemian at heart who will readily live off as a squatter - on hand-me-downs and free food just to bring out the genius in him and pour it onto a canvas. He wouldn’t call himself a painter, not even an artist. He finds his paintings and the regimental way in which he works as his life, a guiding light even. His paintings emanate the rawness of his current lifestyle. The color, texture and crudeness of their detail radiate Samuel’s passion for what he does. His paintings sell well and, albeit still very young, many art lovers and several galleries in Bristol know the name Samuel Sultana. Meet the very artist in an interview with the Zone.

About Samuel
Age: 22
B.A. in Communications studies at the university of Malta
M.A. in Creative Arts at the university for the creative arts, Canterbury

Useful links:
Visit Samuel's permanent exhibition of artwork at his recently opened display in Attard: 8 Roseville Triq is-Sienja Attard ATD1978 
For an appointment, call 21414680 


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