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Wayne Williams (B.A., M.Ed) incorporates colourful places and people from his travel experiences into his art. He tries to “capture life in the moment”. His paintings are unique, mixed media creations on canvas, often using both acrylic and watercolour paint and sometimes collage.
As well as travel scenes, florals and scenes of people in action, Wayne paints scenes from in and around the picturesque town of Perth and the city of Ottawa. His paintings are in private collections in Canada, the United States, Mexico and Russia. Wayne is a member of the Rideau Lakes Artists’ Association and the Ottawa Mixed Media Artists, who have presented him with an Award of Excellence for one of his paintings.
As a long-time resident of Eastern Ontario, Wayne also paints scenes from in and around the picturesque town of Perth and the city of Ottawa. He is a member of the Rideau Lakes Artists’ Association and the Ottawa Mixed Media Association.
Wayne’s paintings can be seen twelve months of the year at Gallery Perth, Perth, Ontario, or through his website: www.waynewilliams.ca
Wednesday November 28th, 10 PM EST, 9 PM CST, 7 PM PST
The Majestic Aquarium Hour on the Under The Sea Radio Show will have as a special guest Mr Lance Pender from Get Pumped Saltwater. This company designs customized acrylic aquariums for all types of usage and also has a vast range of clams and corals for the reef hobbyist.
Join host Mr Ray Owczarzak for this interesting discussion with his guest and learn about what is the best type of aquarium for your application.
Thinking of keeping a Mantis Shrimp you will need an acrylic aquarium!
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Cynthia Katori Walker, is a self-taught artist that works predominantly in acrylic, pastels and recycled material. Her themes evoke feelings of playfulness, joy and a feeling of the unknown. Two of her works, "Nighty Night " and "Journey" were selected in the City Without Walls 20th Annual Metro Show Juried Small Works Traveling Exhibition in 2001-2002. She also had an art piece displayed at a Regional Exhibition at the Bayonne Public Library Gallery in Bayonne, N.J. In 1999, Walker debuted her Katori Kids Collection at "Inspirations," an art exhibition at Exposure Gallery in Brooklyn, N.Y. Her mission is to make the child in you smile and would like you to join her in spreading Katorikids Art which will brighten up spaces in the world.
For more information, www.katorikidsart.com
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.
Listen in as host Mike Harris interviews Terry Meyer, one of Contemporary Art Gallery Online' newest Artist Member. Terry has been painting for seven years and studied with Stanley Harris and Ginger Cook in the Houston area. Terry’s work placed in both the Tomball Art League and The Woodlands Art League spring judged shows in 2013. Qualifying pieces went on to the Lone Star Art League Convention that same year. Terry received first place in the CAGO February 2014 competition, theme Animals. Terry has had work exhibited at the Barbara Bush Library in Spring and the Avant Garden Gallery in The Woodlands (Houston area) and at Art C’s Gallery in Somerville, Texas. Terry enjoys experimenting with unexpected colors and abstract backgrounds. Terry primarily uses acrylic paint, but will often add textural media.
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My guest on Thursday, May 1st at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk will be jeweler, enamelist, metalsmith, artist, and naturalist David C. Freda.
Abou David: “Among the first images created by man were those of animals. One cannot trace the history of art without reference to the animal image. Since prehistoric times, the animal world has provided man the imagery by which to visually illuminate important aspects of himself and his life. The animal image provides a universal language that all cultures can share. Until the extinction of the last species, man will draw upon the animal world for inspiration.
I also probe the world of animals for my imagery. Bird watching, taxidermy, falconry, scuba diving, rock climbing, mountain biking, and numerous other adventuresome activities have educated me enabling me to express the natural world in an artistic sense. My forms are a distillation of these experiences. Some compositions feature realistic “renderings” of animal forms while others are abstractions suggesting a particular theme and create from it an unexpected or surprising result.
To obtain this, I often juxtapose the animal image or abstraction using ancient processes with twentieth century materials such as fine metals, vitreous enamels, aluminum, acrylic, niobium, and so on, while maintaining the sense of a natural habitat via color, texture, and movement. I feel I share a kinship with artists of the past whose intimate knowledge of the natural world also provided them with their concepts..
To learn more about David, visit: http://www.davidcfreda.com.
Artists and show hosts, Mike Dubisch, Wade Zahares, and Carolyn Watson Dubisch interview art professionals from different areas of the art world, from all over the globe.
Our first guest will be visionary artist, Jody Fallon. Known for his haunting figurative work and dark landscapes, Jody Fallon is a self taught contemporary artist, proficient in oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel and pencil. A native of central Pennsylvania, Jody grew up exploring the dark fields, hills and mountains near his childhood home, ever yearning for a way to express the feelings of wonder, fascination and solitude that he had discovered.
Next we'll have humor artist and children's book illustrator, AJ Smith joining us. AJ Smith specializes in silly stories and funny drawings for kids (and immature adults). He lives in Newburyport, MA with his family. When not making books like "Even Monsters", AJ teaches art and creates cartoons for shows like "Courage the Cowardly Dog" and "Sesame Street". He also really enjoys hiking and hockey. He loves visiting schools and has presentations for all ages.
Special Guest in Part 2, Jerome Young (find him on FB) gives his story and some insight.
In the body, (I Khamsin) a few years ago I received a vision leading me to study homosexuality and its roots being placed in the hip hop community. I did a vid on Youtube and many people doubted this would ever happen. This year a video went viral with 10-12 year old black boys battle rapping using gay sex lyrics. Then Macklemore does the Same Love song and states continue passing laws for gay marriage. Our brother in Christ Bizzle did a rebuttle in his song, Same Love Response, and he's received death threats for his speaking out on the truth about homosexuality. We are constantly seeing men becoming more feminine (Snoop getting acrylic nails and the men regularly wearing skirts and dresses) yet are also more aggressive or rather disrespectful towards [black] women in. We will look deeper into this tonight at 9 pm central. Join us and tell a friend. PART 2
In the body, a few years ago I received a vision leading me to study homosexuality and its roots being placed in the hip hop community. I did a vid on Youtube and many people doubted this would ever happen. This year a video went viral with 10-12 year old black boys battle rapping using gay sex lyrics. Then Macklemore does the Same Love song and states continue passing laws for gay marriage. Our brother in Christ Bizzle did a rebuttle in his song, Same Love Response, and he's received death threats for his speaking out on the truth about homosexuality. We are constantly seeing men becoming more feminine (Snoop getting acrylic nails and the men regularly wearing skirts and dresses) yet are also more aggressive or rather disrespectful towards [black] women in. We will look deeper into this tonight at 11 pm central. Join us and tell a friend.
Join Tyler Johnson and Kirk Stark will be talking all about Marine Angel fish
Kirk Stark's Bio;
I have been in the saltwater hobby for almost 20 years. I started out with a 29g freshwater setup with kissing Gouramis, tetras, and cardinal fish. I did this for a year, and then I saw that there was more color in saltwater fish.
So before I made the switch, I read, researched, asked questions, etc. for 6 months before I added one drop of saltwater to my tank.
After a couple of years of understanding water chemistry (and building confidence), I upgraded to a 75 gallon bow tank. This is where I would make my first big purchase, a naso tang. Over the years, the addiction would grow, and at one time I had 4 tanks in my home; 12g Eclipse, 75 gallon, 90 gallon and a 125 gallon. The 90 and 125 gallon tanks were side by side and took up the entire wall. My wife said if you add any more tanks, you will have to charge for admission (hahahaha).
When we moved from North Carolina to Washington, my wife came me the best Christmas present. She told me I could have a ONE big tank up to 500 gallons. BUT, there was a catch. All other tanks had to go and NO tanks were allow in the house. See we have a special needs son who does not walk, but commando crawls on the floor, so it is imperative to keep the carpet clean AND not wet.
So once we found a house, there was a perfect place for my "dream" tank. It would be an in-wall 375 gallon custom built acrylic tank with a 125 gallon sump. This tank has been running for 7 years.
The current theme is a FOWLR and I like to call it "Angel Heaven".
The majority of my fish are large angelfish.
Naples, FL – The renowned French impressionist Claude Monet once said, "I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."
Sandra K. Jackoboice is a Florida-based artist and painter specializing primarily in pastel and water-based media. While accomplished in landscape and portraiture, Jackoboice is perhaps best known for her floral work, which expresses form and color but also a unique personality and substance.
“I don’t like to think of myself as a traditional floral artist; that implies a simply decorative motivation behind the work," says Jackoboice. "I choose flowers because they are complex, strong yet subtle and possess a quiet drama,”
Jackoboice was first inspired to pursue art by her father, a commercial artist. She received her degree in art and communication from Aquinas College, upon which she served as art program director for the Franciscan Life Process Center in Lowell, MI. Jackoboice has remained active as an artist and educator throughout her career, co-founding both the Great Lakes Pastel Society as well as the Southwest Florida Pastel Society.
“A lot of people think of pastels as chalk, but they’re not chalk,” explains Jackoboice. “They’re pure pigment bound together with water and rolled into sticks. I became interested in them in college. I liked the way pastels looked and I admired other artists who had used pastels like Monet.”
In 2004, Jackoboice experimented with a process that allows artists to use pastel on canvas, employing a liquid acrylic spray between layers of pastel to hold and set it, as well as a fixative that protects the painting.
“I came up with that process so people could enjoy working with pastels without the glass enclosure,” says Jackoboice. “My hope is it will encourage more people to appreciate art made with pastels.”
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