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“’…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?
Kooch will be interviewing Anastasia Haysler, owner of Tarot Media Company. We'll be looking at her Tarot Media Company publlished decks, talking Tarot, and most importantly, devoting time to her new book, Painting The Soul: The Tarot Art of David Palladini by David Palladini and Anastasia Haysler.
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Confused about the color paint for your ceiling? We got you covered on this G+ chat about painting ceilings. Tune in.
We're looking up at the ceiling with #ColorChat hosts Donna Frasca and Lori Sawaya to talk about the much-talked-about topic of painting ceilings. What color do you choose?
Forget about white, and open your design minds for a fun discussion about what color can do for a small rooms, tall rooms, formal rooms, casual rooms, and everything in-between.
And we'll talk about how to know if painting ceiling a color (other than white) is a decision you'll love.
Donna Frasca is a certified color specialist and interior designer in Charlotte, NC. Lori Sawaya is a color strategist and IACC-NA certified color expert specializing in architectural color consultations. Together, Lori and Donna host the weekly #ColorChat every Tuesday at 4pmET on Twitter.
“I’ve noticed that there is a huge niche for just choosing color for inside homes, particularly homes that have an open floor plan.” - Donna Frasca
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!!!!
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?
If you wonder what torch fired enamel is join us today as we talk with the queen of Torch Fired Enamel Barbara Lewis!
Barbara has been published in Handcrafted Jewelry, Belle Armoire Jewelry, Bead Trends, and Stringing she has also been features on Beads, Baubles and Jewels, which is a PBS television program.
We'll l talk about the process of both torch firing and the immersion method of enamel, how they work and why you don't need a kiln. We will also be talking about her creative journey, her books, her talents in Torch Fired Enamel and how she shares it with the world and inspires others to carry this torch onward and continue to raise awareness of this beautiful art form.
Fran Lewis and Blog Talk Radio would like to welcome author Carl Brookins: Time: four eastern, three central and two mountain to book discussion with Fran Lewis. The Case of the Purloined Letter introduces PI Sean Sean and his wild antics and unorthodox ways of solving cases. Carl will discuss his latest title. "When an American army unit arrived at the end of WWII, some soldiers appropropriated items in what appeared to be an abandoned building.: find out more and what they hid when you join me in the chat room and ask you questions of htis best selling author. A small painting by a mid leve Polish painted is used by an ex-GI to float a bank loan which results in the founding of a manufacturing firm in Minneapolis. Find out how this all links together.
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.