Episode 5. My Art Haven with Tagsmart Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer, Steve Cooke

Which artworks do you love the most? If money and space were no object, which one would you have in your living room?

The 5th My Art Episode episode opens up with Steve Cooke, Tagsmart Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer.

The 5th My Art Haven series carry on with new episodes. In this episode Steve Cooke reveals what he would own for his My Art Haven if money and space were no object. His first choice is a majestic statue which is located inside an Indian cave excavated around the 7th century A.D. Do you know which one it is? Find out more about the Indian Kailash Caves and the incredible statues they have inside and discover what else is in Steve’s fascinating My Art Haven collection.

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Episode 3. My Art Haven with award-winning Fine Art photographer: Gillian Hyland

The third My Art Haven episode kicks off with award-winning Fine Art photographer: Gillian Hyland.

Her first choice for the My Art Haven is the coloured and resplendent tapestry “The Agony in The Car Park” by the English artist GraysonPerry. The tapestry is inspired by Perry’s visit to Sunderland, a city in northeast England that is famous for its football team and is populated by large working-class communities. Watch the video to find out what other art Gillian’s has chosen for her My Art Haven. You’ll be amazed!

Watch out for the fourth episode with picture framer and fine art fabricator: Mark Darbyshire.