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Guest Mary Ann Nunes, president of Title Professionals and Abstract Company joins host Kevin Hunter on The Business Forum Show.
For more information, please visit http://www.titleprofessionals.com/about.html
We are a locally owned independent full-service title company. Our roots date back to those of the first abstract company in St. Cloud, Minnesota - Zapp Abstract in the 1800's. (We still have those very old records right here on site.) Title insuring was added to our services in the late 1970's. And, thereafter a full complement of services has been added as the changing real estate and financial environments have required.
Talking with down home conscienceous and pulling no punches brother Jimmy Williams, owner and Artist of the Chicago based business, Abstract T-Shirts. We will discuss Jimmy's path to entrepreneurship in addition to the unfortunate current state of our home town Chicago, IL. We will discuss the root causes of the problem in addition to what are obvious solutions that not many people seem to be discussing. We will also discuss various topics and issues affecting the disenfranchised, the same as we both post on Facebook. Please tune in and call in. Share your perspective.
I will also be giving away two tickets to the upcoming theatre play, bringing to life the dynamic best-selling novel of world renowned author Diane Martin, "Somebody Else's Baby", produced and directed by Diane and William Martin and being performed at Thornton Fractional South H.S in Lansing, IL on next Saturday 7/26 at 6pm. Tune in and call in to win!!!!
B. Kendall (Barbara Kendall Reed) paints abstracts that are inspired by her love of color and life’s many subtle as well as intense moments. Furthering her admiration for abstract painting is her view of life through the prism of diversity and cultural differences. Born of Creole heritage and raised on a military base in Dugway, Utah, it is hard for her not to have experienced the depth and breath of life. She has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Italy, France, England and other places around the world.
She received her B.F.A. degree from Xavier University in New Orleans, Louisiana where she studied under the late MacArthur Genius Award recipient, John T. Scott. Her art has appeared in many publications including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Images Magazine, The Story, Upscale Magazine and Positive Images Magazine. She has exhibited at the Hammonds House Museum in Atlanta, GA., Kathleen Coleman Gallery in Houston, TX., Clay Gallery in Atlanta, GA. and Stella Jones Gallery in New Orleans, LA.
Barbara has completed her first book of art and poetry where she has combined her love for abstract art with her expressive inspirational writings. Her art is an explosive experience with colors; it is no accident that the book is entitled, “Life Iz Colorful”.
She maintains a studio in downtown Atlanta where she paints, writes and teaches creativity to adventurous students of art.
404-202-9231 * firstname.lastname@example.org * www.lifeizcolorful.com
Influential recluse American painter and a major figure in the art movement of abstract expersionist, known for his unique style of developing the drip technique in painting, rocky life, left the world with many influences challenged the Western tradition in the art world. To find out more on Jackson Pollock and the influence he had on my artwork of painting on T-shirts and creating custom artwork of a Jimi Hendrix one of a kind. Who knows, it maybe for sale to the highest bidder.Tune in For this special time Saturday at 8 pm.
He is most famous for his "black" paintings which are truly unique and simplistic, he believed in the art philosophy of: “’Art-as-Art’” what all artist can attest to, was a major influence on conceptual art,minimal art and monochrome paintings, truly gifted in a unique way, and strong advocate who used his writing and satirical cartoons to support abstract art just a simple Simon. Tune in Friday at 11 pm to the Edna Stewart Show know how Ad Reinhardt influenced me as Art- as- Art. Is art really that simple?
While I am filming and researching in Europe for the next two weeks Author Tessie Painter is the first guest host for Teal Gray Worldwide Radio. Her guest tonight is an amazingly talented Dr. Graham Maxey shared with me by my past guest Dr. Alan Botkin. I know you won't want to miss this interview.
From the website of: Graham Maxey, MDiv, MA, LPC, Certified IADC Trainer, Associate Director of the Center for Grief and Traumatic Loss, LLC
IADC® is not hypnosis, nor is it “mystical” in any way. It uses, in a particular way, a psychophysiological therapeutic technique that has been used and researched for many years. It first helps people progress through the feelings of grief at an accelerated rate, even if those feelings have been buried or overlooked for a long time. Then, when the sadness is dealt with sufficiently, they are able to notice within themselves what is there—contact with the people they love and thought they had lost.
The after-death communication is at once the motive to complete the grieving process, and the first of many benefits for doing so. If people can grieve successfully they can be whole again, and being whole, the world looks like a brand new place. It is a place where they once again have access to the people they have loved so much—both the living, and those who have died.
“’…where I was a child, there were no artists and there was no art…’” Georgia born Jasper Johns who was an American contemporary artist. His primary works were in painting and print making, and best known for his painting Flag, known for his use of signature flags, maps, targets, letters and numbers—sorry folks no Google here! Go figure! Tune in Friday at 11pm to the Edna Stewart show to find out about my time creating a Jasper Johns. I wonder what became of it?
CHARLES CHATMAN aka "Spaceman:"
M/r. Chatman's art is beautiful as it visually stimulating the mind through his various artistic forms.
Mr. Chatman say that all of his artwork is created to open the mind and allow one to free the mind of wordly norms; as it creatively stimulates it, thus creating pure euphoric experiences.
All of Mr. Chatman's artworks is created from the heart, allowing the senses to be stimulated through visual textures, objects, and freeforming radicals. There are many influences, which provide direction. Influences include, but are not limited to his son, Allen London (visual artist), imagination, cartoons, nature, music, and artistic visuals.
His artistic experiences include indoor murals, acrylic paints, water based paints, charcoal, graphite, ink, tattooing, writing poetry, and writing short stories. Artistic insights gained and executed include going with the flowing energies of the universe and precisely executing color distribution to set the tone and feel of artworks.
Born in Singapore, Vicki Lau had a passion for filmmaking since she was 14-years old when she first began using editing software. With a strong background in visual effects and applied psychology, she has always been fascinated with complex ideas and rich concepts that challenge the mind and encourage discussion and thinking in audiences.
Other than a few productions in her home country, the short film "The Painter" is her directorial debut. The film, made in the United States, explores the thin boundry between fantasy and reality. It was shown at the Palm Beach International Film Festival in April.
Vicki also worked as a visual effects intern on AMC's “The Walking Dead” and NBC's “Dracula,” while creating visual effects for AFI films and the independent feature film “Going Bongo”.
For more info., visit www.lauvicki.com or find Vicki on IMDB.com.