Artworks that are three dimensional objects
We meet legendary artist Sylvia Snowden from her home in Chicago where she has been painting for the past 60+ years!Known for her use of abundantly thick, layered paint, Snowden has developed a visual language in which gems of colour and texture emerge from densely-worked under layers. From dark and earthy tones to the vibrant and artificial, Snowden's command of chromatic range is the fuel of her expressionistic style. Over the course of her more than five-decade-long career, in which she has always painted in series, Snowden developed an adroitness with her medium. She initially employed oil paint and pastels then moved toward acrylic–a less toxic and faster-drying alternative–after having children. Snowden paints sculpturally, her compositions range from larger-than-life to portrait-sized. Her process allows visible evidence of constructed layers and employs impasto that interacts with her bold figures caught in motion with physical weight.Snowden's voluminous bodies, often contrapposto, are surrounded by peaks of shifting chroma in a physical manifestation of feeling; she depicts the tension and intensity of life, and the troubled, optimistic, and dramatic elements of our sublime existence. Snowden encapsulates the psychological essence of her subjects–some of whom were unhoused and transient, displaced by gentrification, others with whom she had intimate or long-term relationships–their triumphs, paranoia, agony, and anger are all visible; these works convey an emotionally turbulent environment. Snowden's expressive paintings reference the immediate lives of these individuals, and act as interpretations of each subject's psyche. As a serial painter, Snowden alternates between representation and abstraction, exhausting her emotional self between each mode as she articulates the struggles and successes of humanity.Snowden received a scholarship to Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, ME and has a certificate from La Grande Chaumier in Paris, France. She holds both a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Howard University. At Howard University she studied under David C. Driskell. She has taught at Howard University, Cornell and Yale, has served as an artist-in-residence, a panelist, visiting artist, lecturer/instructor and curator in universities, galleries and art schools both in the United States and internationally. She has exhibited at the National Gallery of Art, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Women's Museum, Montclair Art Museum, Baltimore Museum of Art, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, The Phillips Collection, Heckscher Museum of Art, and the Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial Museum and National Archives for Black Women's History . Her works have been shown in Chile, the Netherlands, Ethiopia, Australia, the Bahamas, France, Mexico, Italy and Japan.Visit Sylvia's new exhibition 'M Street on White' until 28th October 2023 in London at Edel Assanti: https://edelassanti.com/exhibitions/118-sylvia-snowden-m-street-on-white/Follow Sylvia's galleries @EdelAssanti and @ParraschHeijnen Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep. 168 features Chase Hall's (b. 1993, St. Paul, Minnesota). His paintings and sculptures respond to generational celebrations and traumas encoded throughout American history. Responding to a variety of social and visual systems, each of which intersects with complex trajectories of race, hybridity, economics, and personal agency, Hall generates images whose materiality is as crucial to their compositional makeup as their indelible approach to representation. A central body of paintings, made with drip-brew techniques derived from coffee beans and acrylic pigments on cotton supports, is notable for both its conceptual scope and its intimacy. The use of brewed coffee carries powerful symbolic weight since it evokes centuries-old geopolitical systems associated with the commodification of a plant native to Africa, but in Hall's hands, it also becomes a means of achieving subtle visual textures, a range of brown skin tones, and a mark-making vocabulary precipitated on the closeness of touch. Above all, however, it is his improvisational willingness to immerse himself in the indefinable personal hieroglyphics of each picture that gives his work its resonance and impact. Chase Hall was the subject of a solo exhibition at the SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia in 2023. In 2022, Hall was commissioned by the Metropolitan Opera to produce a large-scale artwork, the monumental diptych Medea Act I & II, for its opera house in New York, on view through June 2023. Hall has been included in group exhibitions including Together in Time: Selections from the Hammer Contemporary Collection, Hammer Museum (2023), Los Angeles; Black American Portraits, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (2021); Young, Gifted and Black: The Lumpkin-Boccuzzi Family Collection of Contemporary Art, University of Illinois Chicago (2021); and This Is America | Art USA Today, Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoort, the Netherlands. Hall has been an artist-in-residence at The Mountain School of Arts, Los Angeles; Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA), North Adams, Massachusetts; and Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture, Maine. Hall's work is in the permanent collections of institutions including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Dallas Museum of Art; Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami; Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris; Baltimore Museum of Art; Brooklyn Museum, New York; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; High Museum of Art, Atlanta; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Hall lives and works in New York. Artist https://chasehallstudio.com/ David Kordansky Gallery https://www.davidkordanskygallery.com/exhibitions/chase-hall2 Pace Prints https://paceprints.com/2023/chase-hall-melanoidin Galerie Eva Presenhuber https://www.presenhuber.com/selected-public-exhibitions/chase-hall#tab:slideshow Aspen Art Museum https://www.aspenartmuseum.org/artcrush/live-auction/chase-hall Met Opera https://www.metopera.org/visit/exhibitions/current-exhibition/ Whitney Museum of Art https://whitney.org/artists/20278 Document Journal https://www.documentjournal.com/2023/03/chase-hall-the-close-of-the-day-scad-moa-art-exhibition-painting-black-culture-savannah-american-south/ New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/02/arts/television/the-wire-20th-anniversary.html New York Times Opinion https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/16/opinion/sunday/george-floyd-daunte-wright-minnesota.html New York Magazine https://nymag.com/author/chase-hall/ Cultured Mag https://www.culturedmag.com/article/2023/06/20/painter-chase-hall-met-opera The Art Newspaper https://www.theartnewspaper.com/2023/07/13/curator-playing-matchmaker-emerging-artists-aspen-collectors Hollywood Reporter https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/lifestyle/arts/frieze-week-2023-artists-shows-los-angeles-1235325588/
20 September 2023 - 6:00PM ET - Good evening! Joe and Apollo are joined by recurring guest Devin Perkins. They discuss Michael Jon Cirillo, who has called for the death of Russian sympathizers. They poke some fun at shape-shifter John Fetterman and share lots of laughs. The trio also delves into the missing fighter jet, the democrat's use of mentally ill individuals, and why you cannot be a single-issue voter. Follow us on Social Media: https://libertylinks.io/ConservativeDaily https://libertylinks.io/JoeOltmann https://libertylinks.io/Apollo HEY! Send this letter to Congress today! https://conservative-daily.com/economy/bidenhyperinflation-we-are-on-the-precipice-of-collapse-congress-must-attack-inflation-now
Who decides what's beautiful?Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 20 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher.You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the podcast at akimbo.link.To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit akimbo.link and press the appropriate button. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Here's your local news for Monday, September 18, 2023:We celebrate as a sculpture by a local, Native American artist finds a home at UW-Madison,Follow up on proposed rate hikes from two Madison energy companies, this time from a health and climate change perspective,Hear from a political science expert on what might have motivated state Republicans to kick off their own redistricting efforts,Take to the streets in Madison to hear what “affordable housing” actually means to the city's average resident,And much more.
A conversation with Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator Diva Zumaya about the new exhibit “The World Made Wondrous: The Dutch Collector's Cabinet and the Politics of Possession” on display now through March 3rd of next year. Zumaya, who is the Assistant Curator, European Painting and Sculpture at LACMA, has brought together over 300 objects for the exhibit, including paintings, prints, sculptures, precious stones, shells, and taxidermy in order to recreate a fictive 17th-century Dutch collector's cabinet. The result is a dialog about the political and colonial histories of European collecting practices in the 17th century which highlights problematic policies, beliefs and visual representations.https://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/world-made-wondrous-dutch-collectors-cabinet-and-politics-possession
Founded by Jordan Grant after he was inspired as a teenager to turn his life around, Glasgow Garden Maintenance is now offering an apprenticeship scheme for aspiring tree surgeons. Mark meets Jordan and a former apprentice to hear about how the business has gone from strength to strength supporting young people into new careers along the way. Rachel visits the Scottish Fisheries Museum in Anstruther and takes a look at one of their exhibitions- The Long Haul: a generational study of fishing in the East Neuk. We hear an excerpt from Helen Needham's upcoming Radio 4 programme, Crossing the Cuillin Mountains. In this two part series, the writer and mountaineer Robert Macfarlane attempts to complete the Cuillin Ridge. The expedition marks twenty years since his first book 'Mountains of the Mind'. Naturalist and environmental educator Dan Puplett has seen a big increase in the number of people keen to learn more about mammal tracks. Rachel heads out with him to see what she can identify through footprints and poo! We chat live to Rick Taylor, from the South of Scotland Golden Eagle Project about the recent successful translocation of Golden Eagle chicks to the area as well as the upcoming Moffat Eagle Festival. Mark visits the Sighthill Stone Circle in Glasgow along with podcast maker Matthew Magee. Matthew has been exploring some of Scotland's fascinating neolithic sites on his bike for his series Stone Me. He explains what makes Sighthill unique. Skein Dial is a new art installation created by Hannah Imlach at RSPB Loch Lomond. It is a migration sundial carefully calibrated to mark the seasonal arrival and departure of Greenland White-fronted geese. Mark takes a look and finds out how Hannah created it. And after his chat with Hannah, Mark continues his musings on geese and what their arrival at this time of year means for us.
"Because I wanted to...." In this follow up episode, Neil and Will sit down with artist, sculpture, writer, author, mentor and coach - Bridgette Mongeon. Hear her discuss a current project she's working on that has a great deal of historical significance to Appalachia, and more specifically the Appalachian Trail. Take a listen as she describes her process of transitioning from the traditional art form of sculpting with clay to a digital process. With pieces that can be seen throughout the world, this project is allowing her to combine her love of hiking with her passion for art. Find out what, or who, the subject of her current work might be and how she has found connection to the piece. You might also hear some of Neil's favorite "Grandma" recipes and why he loves this time of year. Also, don't forget the #AppBiz of the week: Create Appalachia! Bridgette Mongeon - www.creativesculpture.com GG Project - www.grandmagatewood.com Go Fund Me: GG Tribute Statue - www.gofundme.com/f/grandma-gatewood-tribute-statue Friends of Flight 93 (Memorial Site) - www.flight93friends.org/ Flight 93 Memorial (Park Service) - www.nps.gov/flni/index.htm AppNews: ARC Annual Conference 2023 - www.arc.gov/event/arc-2023-annual-conference/ ARC Inspire (Grant) Award Announcement - www.arc.gov/news/arc-awards-nearly-14-million-to-43-projects-supporting-appalachians-recovering-from-substance-use-disorder/ SOAR Summit 2023 - https://soar-ky.org/summit/ Women Warriors Summit 2023 - https://womenwarriorssummit.com/ Grandma's Favorite Gameday Recipes - www.southernliving.com/grandma-favorite-game-day-recipes-7569942 #AppBiz: Create Appalachia - www.createappalachia.org
Humaira Abid is an artist who works in wood sculpture and miniature painting. Her pieces, which are intricately detailed, contain strong social messages around topics like motherhood and the plight of refugees. She talks to AR about why she chose the male-dominated craft of wood sculpture to tell stories about women and about using her art to encourage conversation about taboo topics.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rainer Maria Rilke's poems creatively expressed ideas that are hard to put into words, and his writings on the work of sculptor Auguste Rodin glorified their skill at creating tiny surfaces that reflect light to bring sculptures to life. The poet's apparent hero worship of Rodin's sculpting talents is of great interest to Dr Nicholas Reynolds, a Lecturer in Modern Languages and Literatures at Trinity University, Texas. But it was a turbulent relationship that led to a final break in 1913, which echoes one of Rilke's prose stories that suggests that two masters cannot be in the same room. Read the original chapter: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-74470-0_7Listen to more about Dr Reynolds work in a previous episode here
This week we are joined by great Chicago Artist Devin T. Mays. We talk dressing Wisconsin, Poetry, Humor, how “Everything is Everything”, and how dislocation is a meaningful strategy. We do it all live from the Salt Shed in Chicago for the “Shred at the Shed” with the Chicago Abortion Fund, Portable Gray Magazine, Quimby's and more… Also this episode feature the first appearance of “Other Ryan.” Devin T. Mays – https://regardsgallery.com/artists/devin-mays/ Chicago Abortion Fund – https://www.chicagoabortionfund.org/ Portable Gray Magazine – https://graycenter.uchicago.edu/portablegray Quimby's – https://www.quimbys.com/ Other Ryan – https://www.ryanlucasart.com/ The Salt Shed – https://www.saltshedchicago.com/ Image Devin T. Mays - Gather, Light. Fluorescent light fixtures, Variable dimensions, 2021 c/o Regards Gallery - https://regardsgallery.com/
A conversation with artist William Kentridge. The world-renowned Kentridge is a multifaceted artist whose work includes prints, drawings, animations, sculptures and design collaborations for the stage. He took time out to speak from his home's garden studio in Johannesburg, South Africa about his creative process, the value of ambiguity, the importance of place and his latest show opening September 12 at Marian Goodman Gallery in New York.https://www.mariangoodman.com/exhibitions/william-kentridge-ny-2023/https://www.kentridge.studio/
In the world of art history, only a few have made a big impact on how art is seen. Among famous artists, some special ones are often overlooked. This week, Stauney introduces us to Marisol Escobar who navigated artistic landscapes from Paris to New York and Los Angeles and existed in an insurmountable amount of artistic movements. As a child, an early tragedy left her mute for a decade, and as a woman, she grappled with the gendered confines of both feminist and 'boys' club' spheres, choosing silence regarding her personal life, and letting her sculptures convey her words. Marisol Escobar remains an influential force in Pop and Contemporary art, even as history unjustly confines her to its margins. In this episode, we uncover Marisol's remarkable life, artistry, and enduring legacy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on the program, a GPS special: "Artificial Intelligence: Its Promise... And Peril." Fareed explores the exciting but frightening new world of artificial intelligence in technology, science, art and more. First, he speaks with Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google, about the extreme power of AI and how this technology could rapidly advance in the coming years. Then, he sits down with the man known as the "godfather of AI," Geoffrey Hinton, about the worst-case scenario of AI run amok: the extinction of the human race. Next, Fareed explores the potential beauty in AI with award-winning director James Cameron; they discuss how this technology can transform the process of filmmaking and more. Plus, Fareed speaks with Refik Anadol, the artist behind the AI artwork installation "Unsupervised" at MoMA, and Michelle Kuo, MoMA's Curator of Painting and Sculpture, about how Anadol used AI to create mesmerizing, ever-evolving art.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Retired art teacher Gary White uses an endless supply of sand, saltwater, random recyclables, and some dollar-store tools to create sculptural masterpieces on Nahant Beach. These sculptures deliver surprise jolts of joy before the ocean swallows them up again.
We are revisiting one of my favorite interviews—a 2013 conversation with Kati Texas about the Kinetic Sculpture Race. The Kinetic Grand Champion Race is a one-of-a-kind, multi-day event that combines engineering, art, athleticism, and a strong sense of fun. It involves teams competing with human-powered, artistically-themed contraptions that are engineered to race over land, mud, sand, and water terrains. Originating in 1969, this quirky competition has grown to become a significant and anticipated event in Humboldt County, California, where the Kinetic Grand Championship is held each year. As you will hear, one of the standout features of this event is its joyful and humorous atmosphere. Spectators line the streets to cheer on their favorite racers, and participants often dress in elaborate costumes, aligning with the theme of their sculpture. Furthermore, the race is characterized by unique and whimsical award categories, such as the "Golden Flipper" for sculptures that tip over or the "Poor, Pitiful Me" award for the racer perceived to whine or complain the most. And Kati herself is a Rutabaga Queen (a highly coveted title!) It's hard to imagine a better guide for a behind-the-scenes look at this human-powered art race than Katie Texas. Aside from being a veteran racer herself, Katie has served the Kinetic Universe as president of its board of directors. The Kinetic Sculpture Race is not only a celebration of art and engineering but also of community spirit and the joy of taking on challenges with creativity and a smile. As you'll hear in this podcast, participants and spectators alike are united in their love for this eccentric, innovative, and delightful event.
I had a wonderful time chatting with Leopoldo Gout! Leopoldo has written several books, including Ghost Radio. Check out the audiobook. It's actually narrated by Pedro Pascal of The Last of Us and The Mandalorian! His latest horror novel, Piñata, published by Tor Nightfire and is now avaialable on audiobook, e-book, hardcover and paperback.It's the tale of a young family that went to Mexico to connect to their culture, history and roots. Upon their return to New York, they discover that something unexplainable and possibly sinister has followed them back.Leopoldo is also an accomplished artist and sculptor creating wonderful works out of his studio in New York.He loves music. He's friends with David Byrne, produced music videos and created album covers for Mos Def. He's friends with Carlos Santana and was the executive producer for an acclaimed documentary about him.He is also accomplished in film and television. He was the executive producer for Molly's Game starring Jessica Chastain. He's the executive producer of the current top streaming show on Netflix, the critically acclaimed The Chosen One. By the way, his brother, Everado Gout, is an accomplished director in his own right.He directed episodes of Luke Cage, The Terror and Snowpiercer. He also directed Kaleidoscope and the aforementioned The Chosen One, both on Netflix.He even directed the movie The Forever Purge.With all of Leopoldo's accomplishments the four things that made the biggest impression on me are his love for creativity, his natural curiosity about others, his love of his family and his generosity. He's so generous he chatted with me while he was on vacation!Leopoldo Gouthttps://www.leopoldogout.com/Piñata by Leopoldo Gouthttps://tornightfire.com/catalog/pinata-leopoldo-gout/It was supposed to be the perfect summer.Carmen Sanchez is back in Mexico, supervising the renovation of an ancient abbey. Her daughters Izel and Luna, too young to be left alone in New York, join her in what Carmen hopes is a chance for them to connect with their roots.Then, an accident at the worksite unearths a stash of rare, centuries-old artifacts. The disaster costs Carmen her job, cutting the family trip short.But something malevolent and unexplainable follows them home to New York, stalking the Sanchez family and heralding a coming catastrophe. And it may already be too late to escape what's been awakened…They were worshiped by our ancestors.Now they are forgotten.Soon, they'll make us remember.Leopoldo Gout IMDB https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1729114/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1Everado Gout IMDB https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0332740/?ref_=ttfc_fc_dr1The Wrath of the iOtiansEmail: email@example.comInstagram: thewrathoftheiotiansTwitter: @OfiOtiansLinktree: https://linktr.ee/wrathoftheiotianspodcastWebsite: https://thewrathoftheiotians.buzzsprout.com/
The Len Lye Centre in New Plymouth has unveiled a new work from the acclaimed New Zealand kinetic sculptor and film-maker. Storm comprises three pieces - two never before seen in this country - and has only ever been exhibited once before in New York during the 1960s. Our Taranaki Whanganui reporter Robin Martin went along for a sneak preview.
“Art and sweat built the tool bag.” This statement summarizes my interview with Roger Brouard, the founder of VETO Pro Pac. Roger shares with us the full story of his work life which lead him from a Fine Arts degree in Sculpture to becoming a carpenter and building wooden lobster boats – which is not an easy task, “it's like making a zucchini out of wood.” Roger describes frustrations in using various tool boxes and tool bags that became the impetus for him creating the VETO ProPac product line Roger opines on how to become a successful inventor: solve a real problem, have solid conversations, believe in your product, have conviction. "I wanted a name that would convey the quality and durability of our products. Veto is a strong word that means to forbid or to stop something. I wanted our customers to know that our tool bags were built to last and would never let them down. After working as a carpenter for over 25 years, I became fed-up with the various tool-carrying devices available on the market. In my view, they all fell short: from metal or plastic boxes to soft-sided mason bags that hold tools in a horizontal pile up. In these configurations, unnecessary tool hunts result in “D & D” (dig or dump) and challenge your patience as you search for the tool you need. Attempts at improving tool carrying and storing have been made over the years, such as pocketed fabric inserts that fit in and around a 5-gallon bucket. However, the “deep” pockets aren't deep enough, tools stored in the exterior pockets are exposed making transportation and storage awkward, and a pile up of interlocking tools on the inside hint at the handicaps of the other bags. Storing the loaded bucket in your truck requires a clear and secure area, and if not wedged or bungeed, “LFT” (Loose Flying Tools) occurs with sudden stops. It can be a real mess especially if the bucket bottom has become a catch all for left over nails and drywall screws. It is because of this long list of frustrations that I created VETO PRO PAC.” Learn more about the company here: https://vetopropac.com/ Veto tool bags are available at a wide variety of wholesalers including: https://trutechtools.com/vetopropac This episode was recorded in August 2023.
We explore why Wisconsin is so important in the upcoming 2024 election. We check in with the Milwaukee County Transit System on how the new Bus Rapid Transit line is going. Plus, tell you about the Eau Claire Sculpture Tour.
Therese Zemlin has worked in a range of media, including paper, welded steel, light, digital media, and natural materials. Her work ranges from small sculpture to installation and is inspired by elements and phenomena of the ever-changing natural world. She has exhibited her work nationally, and has received numerous grants, including a Southern Arts Federation/National Endowment for the Arts Regional Fellowship, and a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. After earning a BFA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and an MFA from the University of Texas at Austin, Zemlin taught Fibers and Sculpture at the University of South Carolina, Columbia; Appalachian State University in North Carolina; and Phillips Academy Andover. She currently divides her time between Saint Paul and the north woods of Minnesota.
Today we welcome Thomas Dambo to the podcast. Thomas is a Recycling sculpture Artist and activist hailing from Denmark. He recent built a giant troll on beautiful Bainbridge Island. We talk on sight, as the last parts of the project get finished. Special thanks to: Scan Design Foundation (SDF), serving as overall project lead and visionary, the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation serving as a fiscal patron, the Bainbridge Island Metro Parks and Rec District (BIMPRD) serving as a site partner, and Friends of the BainbridgeTroll (FOBT) serving as Project Manager. FOBT worked to secure local fiscal sponsorship through Arts and Humanities Bainbridge (AHB). Park Commissioner Janow served as lead between SDF and FOBT. Bainbridge is but one of six partner sites in the overall project - and while we are super excited to host/highlight our troll, it is in concert with the overall NW Way of the Bird King project and our site partners (Portland, Vashon, West Seattle, Issaquah, & Seattle). The B.I.STANDER Podcast is a conversational podcast unique to Bainbridge Island and Seattle Washington, that covers the Arts, Society & Culture told through Human Interest stories. The intent is to introduce interesting people, ideas, and conversations. We are not perfect and that's OK! Thank you for your support! The B.I.Stander Podcast is a listener supported show, please consider subscribing. BE A FRIEND OF PODCASTVILLE AND TELL A FRIEND The BISTANDER Podcast! Blue Canary Auto NOW ALSO in Bremerton! Sound Reprographics Intro Song "Fly on the Wall by LeRoy Bell and available at: Tower Records! Additional sound effects by: https://www.zapsplat.com/ Support the Show on PATREON "Be a friend, tell a friend!"
Today, we try and rank some wacky food combos to satisfy those pregnancy urges! We also have Love show off his sculpting skills with his own Ethan statue, a deep dive on the new viral country singer who has a bone to pick with the obese, a Fantano lawsuit update, the ongoing reaction war against Sssniperwolf, and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cade Dannhaus is the owner of CD Livestock Sculptures. Cade creates true artwork with his sculptures! Everyone please check out his instagram to see his work. If you have a champion - check out Cade to immortalize your best animal!
This week Wes and Todd sit down with Josh Davy. Josh discusses Next Gallery, oil painting, getting back to making things for fun, pushing himself, sitting with the work & feeling where it's going, buildings, ceramics, his art roots, glass blowing, symbolism, bridges, cathedrals, connection, Christianity & religion, empathy & grace, being human, robots, process, photography, artist talks, his exhibition “Lost Along the Way, faith, prayer, prison, failure, technology & artificial intelligence, pricing, and services he offers Artists. Join us as we talk art, philosophy, and life with Josh Davy. Check out Josh's work at his website www.joshdavy.com Josh's exhibition “Lost Along the Way” opens Friday, August 25th at Next Gallery. “Lost Along the Way”August 25th – September 10th, 2023Next Gallery6501 W. ColfaxLakewood, CO 80214www.nextgallery.org Follow Josh on social media: Instagram - www.instagram.com/jndavy/@jndavy Facebook - www.facebook.com/jndavy
This week, Hannah decided she would immortalise her pregnant body forever, as a statue! So, how did the process work, did Joel behave and what was the end result? If you'd like to suggest an activity, you can! Email: Hello@NeverEverPod.comInstagram: @NeverEverPod You can even take the conversation to the OFFICIAL Never Have I Ever subreddit.... https://www.reddit.com/r/NeverEverPod/ This episode contains explicit language and adult themes that may not be suitable for all listeners.
Join Eric, @GeorgeStein, @TimAndrewsHere, @Autopritts, @JaredYamamoto, @EnglishNick67, and Greg as they chat about the Niger coup, backyard burials, stubborn chat-bots, and much more! This podcast includes the preshow, the radio show, and the 'Podcast 30'. “Brought to you by Findlay Roofing”
durée : 00:09:11 - L'Invité(e) des Matins d'été - par : Julie Gacon - La sculpture hyperréaliste est à l'honneur au Musée d'Arts de Nantes. L'exposition "Hyper sensible. Un regard sur la sculpture hyperréaliste" explore le caractère profondément humain et sensible de cette sculpture. Sophie Lévy, directrice du musée, est l'invitée des Matins pour en parler. - invités : Sophie Lévy Directrice conservatrice du Musée d'arts de Nantes
After last night's no-hitter by Michael Lorenzen, we are here to ask the important questions: what's the most impressive thing you can do in sports that no one cares about? Then, Lucy is here to defend the Iowa State Fair's butter sculpture of Caitlin Clark. Plus, have you heard of the derecho? Also, the Carolina Panthers are contenders, Thursday Thunder, and manatees and alligators. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I am so excited to say that my guest is one of the most renowned painters working in the world right now, Christina Quarles. A painter of bodies that stretch, condense, tangle, and meld into shapes that range from fleshy to stringy, Quarles is globally hailed for transposing this warm-blooded vessel onto a flat surface with ambiguity and effervescence. Her paintings make us feel, viscerally react both physically and emotionally with their fluorescent colouring, limbs that dismantle from the body, faces devoid of detail that exist between reality and surreality, all while echoing the constantly in flux body that we all live within. Born in 1985 in Chicago, and based in Los Angeles, Quarles emphasises through paint her and our multitudinous positions in the world. Working with acrylic paint and programmes such as adobe illustrator for the background and structures that surround the figures, her process, like her chosen subject, is full of dichotomies, between the historic and contemporary, absence and presence, night and day, in locations that exist in water and on land, in bodies that are both shadow and the full figure. A graduate of Hampshire College, for which she completed dual BA degrees in Philosophy and Studio Art, an MFA graduate of Yale School of Art and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Quarles in the past few years has exhibited across the globe in some of the most prestigious institutions and group exhibitions, from the landmark Radical Figures at Whitechapel Gallery to last year's Venice Biennale, and has had solo exhibitions at the Hepworth Wakefield and Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, but today we meet her in Menorca, at Hauser & Wirth, for her newly opened exhibition Come In From An Endless Place, which I can't wait to find out more about. THIS EPISODE IS GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY OCULA: https://ocula.com/ ENJOY!!! Follow us: Katy Hessel: @thegreatwomenartists / @katy.hessel Sound editing by Mikaela Carmichael Music by Ben Wetherfield https://www.thegreatwomenartists.com/
Thomas Dambo, a recycle art activist, is building giant trolls in Washington and Oregon. Northwest Trolls: Way of the Bird King includes six pieces in the Pacific Northwest. The Portland sculpture has an unveiling on Friday. Dambo uses recycled materials for his pieces and the trolls typically interact with their environment. He’s built pieces around the world and has recently finished Rita, a troll who lives in Colorado. He’s also traveling across the country building trolls and documenting his journey on social media. Dambo joins us with more on his art.
Finally, a slide for the swimming pool we can be proud of! In this episode we talk with Splinterworks co-founder, Miles Hartwell located in Bath, United Kingdom.Miles shares the story of how Splinterworks went from creating furniture to designing unique pool slides and other innovative structures. They discuss their unexpected ideas, such as a hammock bath and a swimming pool slide, and how their passion for creating fun and cool designs led them to where they are today. Tune in to learn more about the fascinating journey of Splinterworks and their unconventional approach to design.EPISODE 257 WEB PAGE
Kate is a sculptor and textile artist and Daytime Emmy winning designer. She is a builder of costumes, puppets, and props within the broader television and film industry, notably Saturday Night Live. Enjoy! For more content, articles, videos and merch visit us at http://theworkingexperience.com This podcast is sponsored by One Circle Media, a content creation agency for brands, networks, and studios. Visit http://onecirclemedia.com/ for more information.
In 1494 upon the expulsion of the Medici from Florence, Michelangelo Buonarotti left his native city for the Republic of Venice. His stay there was brief and mostly undocumented. Yet, close comparison of source material and stylistic analysis reveals that perhaps Michelangelo was more influenced by his time in Venice than previously considered. The master all'antica marble sculptor Tullio Lombardo had likely completed his masterpiece Adam the year before Michelangelo's arrival. Was the divine Michelangelo inspired by a Venetian Renaissance master before creating his own large-scale Bacchus, a marble nude figure modelled on antiquity? In this episode, we unpack the layers of influence that appear to manifest in Michelangelo's work as a potential result of Venetian influence. Instagram/Facebook: italian_renaissance_podcast Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ItalianRenShopGet additional content by becoming a Patron: patreon.com/TheItalianRenaissancePodcast Support the show
Guide of Egypt Tours are presenting a completely different concept about Ancient Egypt, in this type of tour we present the alternative theories, the scientific opinions and the connections between Ancient Egypt and the Ancient world. You will know more about Kemet, Kemet is the official name for Egypt in the Ancient times. You will have access to many closed sites and explore many hidden corners in each site like the White chapel, the Red chapel, Sekhmet chapel in Luxor and the hospital at Sakkara. A private visit to the Great Pyramid is included and maybe some other place like the Osiris shaft in Giza, the Sphinx and the Osirion temple in Abydos.Mohamed Ibrahim the leading expert tour guide will be the main speaker in these tours, in lecture rooms Mohamed will lecture you about the Ancient Egyptian lost technologies and about the Ancient Egyptian advanced knowledge.https://www.sabatours.com/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/2790919/advertisement
Wag your tail to this one! Listen thru for the addicting pleasure of the song "WAG IT!"Cissi Efraimsson is a Swedish LA-based artist and director working in the fields of stop motion animation, sculpture, painting and music.Efraimsson graduated the MFA program in Experimental Animation at the California Institute of the Arts in May 2022. She received a BFA in Fine Arts from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm in 2018.Efraimsson works at the borderline between reality and the surreal/supernatural. She often uses elements from folklore and places them in the real world, within a contemporary context inspired by pop culture. Efraimsson works on the border between the ordered and near-perfect and the skew and absurd. The atmosphere she creates is often a balance between the ugly and beautiful, and Efraimsson mines events and dialog from her own life – with a certain degree of twisting and turning. Recurring themes include fantasy, escapism, magic, and the subconscious, while humor and a playful energy course throughout everything Efraimsson creates.Her musical output is vast, and Efraimsson currently sings and drums in punk-pop trio Vulkano, having previously drummed in Those Dancing Days.VULKANO CissiSRTN PodcastWag it, gonna wag it, gonna wag it, 4u . . .
This week we delve into the journey and experiences of David Drebin. From discovering a passion for photography in the 90s to pursuing opportunities and challenges in New York City, David realized that the journey itself is more important than any destination. We explore David's struggles with the business side of art and the challenges that creatives face in being their own biggest critics. David opens up about impostor syndrome, comparison, and the fear of vulnerability that many people experience. He shares his approach to balancing authenticity and creating personas in the social media world and how he navigates the fine line between creating art he loves and art that sells well. We learn about David's alter ego, his belief in self-advocacy, and his journey of betting on himself. The episode also touches on overcoming insecurity in showing one's work and the importance of letting things flow naturally in the creative process. Hosted by Bob Gentle, this episode promises an insightful conversation with a talented artist who has successfully built and marketed his personal brand.About DavidDavid Drebin is a multidisciplinary artist, working in various art forms, producing limited edition works including Photographs, Lightboxes, Neon light Installations, Sculptures, and Etchings on Glass.In 2005, Drebin had his first solo exhibition at Camera Work in Berlin. This was followed by his first illustrated book entitled “Love and Other Stories”.Reflections on David's artwork:“Drebin's photographs are epic, dramatic, and, above all, cinematic and have been collected around the world. In a unique and opulent way, Drebin stages femme fatales against the gigantic backdrops of cities such as Hong Kong, New York, and Paris. The panorama of the big cities, which, due to their format, are a tribute to cinema, serve as cinematic settings. With their impressive skyscrapers, they provide the viewer with a nearly infinite surface for the imagination. The distinctive tension and depth in his pictures arise from the free combination of such differing topics as humor and sex, melancholy and sex, and melancholy and humour. At Art Miami in 2010, his now sold out “Central Park” sold for a record price of $78,000 through Contessa Gallery who has featured Drebin in major Art Fairs since 2008 alongside art world legends Andy Warhol, Chuck Close and Helmut Newton.Exclusively publishing books with ( www.teNeues.com ), his books are distributed around the world and often followed with exhibitions in Paris, New York, Miami, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Brussels and many other cities Internationally. Drebin has been showcased during Art Basel at Art Miami by Contessa Gallery for over a decade and is also represented by the world's finest Art Galleries including Camera Work in Berlin, Galerie de Bellefeuille in Montreal, Art Angels Gallery in Los Angeles, Preiss Fine Arts in Vienna, Immagis Gallery in Munich and Fahey Klein in Los Angeles. In 2018 the record price of a David Drebin photograph "Jerusalem" sold for $100,000 through Art Angels Gallery in Los Angeles.”TeNeues published ( www.teNeues.com ) Drebin's books "The Morning After", Beautiful Disasters", "Chasing Paradise", "Dreamscapes", "Love and Lights" and "Before They Were Famous".David's Website : http://www.daviddrebin.com/----Get your copy of my Personal Brand Business Blueprint It's the FREE roadmap to starting, scaling or just fixing your expert business.www.amplifyme.agency/roadmap----Subscribe to my Youtube!! Follow on Instagram and Twitter
Episode 77: Brent & Stephan Discuss The odd story in Exodus 34:29-35 of Moses Face glowing after he spoke with God. We answer the question of, "Why Moses Is depicted with horns on his head in many Renaissance pictures and statues such as Michael Angelo's Sculpture in Rome"? We also discus what exactly is the meaning of the word "Glory" in the Bible. Questions, comments? We'd love to hear from you! email RabbitTrail@obcc.church