Interview with Laurie Hassold, multi-media artist and educator and Jeff Gillette, painter and educator, one of Orange County CA's "Creative" Couples...
Gillette’s been pursuing the subject of third world blight in his art for over 15 years. His “slumscape” paintings and sculptures portray the world’s most neglected architecture and haphazard settlements, mostly inspired from visual documentation of slums from his travel to India and other countries.
Hassold’s been creating fantastical bone-like structures which she says “are the future fossils of creatures that have adapted to an evolution of impurity, gathering themselves together from the aftermath of human occupation.”
And, they both teach art related subjects to high school and college students…
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