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This week, The Authentic Woman host Shannon Fisher welcomes guests Karen Teegarden, President & CEO of UniteWomen.org, and Karen Gutfreund, Curator and National Director of Exhibitions for the organization. We will discuss UniteWomen.org's nationally juried art exhibit, "Women's Voices: An Artist's Perspective." The women will explore the themes in the groundbreaking "Voices" exhibit, including individual perspectives from some of the artists whose work is featured as part of the art show.
The exhibit is currently displayed via online gallery, and a live gallery opening will be held on Thursday, April 2, 2015 at NAWA in NYC. UniteWomen.org on social media: Facebook - Twitter.
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What is art? How do we create? David’s motivation for his art is to capture the essence of the person, and to sustain for a moment, the snapshot of scene and image. His work has become a vice for him to exercise personal agonies and to also pay homage to those he admires. David is a self-taught artist/photographer... http://dave-pucciarelli.artistwebsites.com/ David's originality, blending of mediums and distinctive styling has propelled him to world wide sales. His life-like realism sustains him as a top selling photographer at the Ernest Hemingway Museum, Key West, and has been the in-house artist for the Mickey Mantle Wooden bat Classic, Commerce, Oklahoma for the past seven years. Iconic Images Art Gallery 414 Main Street Boonton, NJ 07005 (973) 588-3601 Music used with permission by JedLuckless.com Opening and Closing music - Doigter by Jed Luckless.
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, March 12th, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is French Canadian jewelry artist Matthieu Chemise.
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“I was born in Paris and at the age of 19 moved to Taos, New Mexico, where I started learning jewellery making from Navajo, Hopi and Zuni silversmiths. Seven years later I moved to Mali, West Africa where I studied with Touareg and Bambara jewellers for several years.
I then established myself in Montreal where I joined a jewellery school to learn a more classical view of the trade. Since my arrival there I have been making jewellery and selling it in galleries and shows throughout Canada and the United States. For the past seven years I have been teaching jewellery at a professional school.
For many years now, I have been working to give back to the West African jewellers who taught me and have given me so much. One of the ways I have been doing this is through a teaching collaboration. I have been filming old techniques in Guinea, Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso and then creating a course from those videos. I offer these classes in Montreal and split the proceeds with the African jeweller. The revenue created by this equitable collaboration is leading to formidable changes in the lives of these wonderful and skilful jewellers.
I have also been giving many conferences on West African jewellers, their techniques and their day-to-day lives. My hope is to open a jewellery school in Guinea in the near future.”
Listen as host Michael Harris interviews artist Shineta Horton. Shineta is a 28 year old artist that loves to spend time in higher levels of consciences. She enjoy the study of psychology, science and physics. In life, Shineta allows her mind to stay as free as possible so her work often reflects a conversation between herself and other artists on her lever of awareness. The ability to communicate that message to her viewers is always important because Shineta has learned that creativity drives our world.
“My work reflects the state of mind I was in during its creation. The creation of art is a reflection of life in the NOW, its viewing is the remembrance.”
My philosophy of art reflects my passion for capturing the imagination and interest of the viewer, it provides me with the ability to transform the way the people views both art as well as the world around them. This transformation in viewing the world around us is my primary goal in creating art. The idea of sharing differences with the world instead of allowing them to hold me back, becomes a key component in what I bring to the art field. This ability will come from researching iconography and providing the viewer with the power to redefine semiology by altering the way the viewer sees things that are new to them. Using art to support our differences will intellectually challenge the viewer while introducing them to something new.
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