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The nail industry continues to BOOM over nail art. New techniques and products are being developed super fast. Nail techs have"nail art budgets" to help them stay on trend. Enter the breathing zone. What is your budget for a healthy work environment? We have heard techs admit they are addicted to the smell of acrylic monomer... but you will NEVER hear a tech admit she is addicted to breathing dust!!! NTR talks you through everything you need to know about "salon ventilation " with Jeff Cardarella, president, Aerovex Systems Inc.
We have another HUGE give away and Q & A with Amy Becker ,President of Masterworks by Amy Becker
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We're hitting the Homestretch for our Month Of Macabre Halloween Celebration and what better way to spend your Tuesday evening than with other Inmates and Baby Bats. We have another KILLER show for this evening starting with our Special Guest joining us for a Group Therapy Session...POET/RECORDING ARTIST/INDIE MUSIC JOURNALIST KIM ACRYLIC!!!! Kim will be joining us to disuss her published works, her CDs, and so much more. Over in Dark Delights with Ladyaslan we have industrial band JOHN 3:16!!! They will rock The Asylum with 2 tracks that will have begging for more! All this and more ONLY ON THE ASYLUM!!!
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Dar VandeVoort is an Iowa artist who specializes in portraiture, public art commissions and teaching. She is an artist of many colors and has the trained touch of a portrait artist, the vision of an impressionist painter, and the curiosity of a child.
Dar works in a range of media, including pastel, acrylic, oil, collage, and mixed media. Enjoying all aspects of the creative process, she often works on a series. She is currently represented by the Artists' Cooperative Gallery in Omaha's old market district and also works with disabled and rehabilitation clientele through the arts. Dar’s work is collected both privately and on a corporate level and she is a sought after commission portrait artist. Visit www.darzart.com
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The Sharvette Mitchell Radio Show | www.Sharvette.com | Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. EST
First Segment: Gerard Bonner, Bonnerfide Radio
In September 2009, Gerard Bonner launched Bonnerfide Radio, a 24/7 days a week internet radio broadcast that has raised the bar for the presentation of radio in the Christian marketplace.
Bonnerfide Radio is the only Internet Radio station to be nominated five consecutive years as Internet Radio Station of the Year by the Stellar Awards. In addition, the station has been recognized as Internet Radio Station of the Year by the Gospel Music Worship of America (2010) and the Gospel Blue MIC Association (2014) as well as Christian Hip-Hop Station of the Year by the Kingdom Choice Awards (2013). Bonner has also racked up a number of achievements, including the iShoutForJoy.com Trailblazer Award (2010), Central South Announcer Achievement Award (2011), and Genius For Men Honoree by the Insight Initiative Inc. (2011). He is also a Stellar Award nominee for Radio Announcer of The Year.
Second Segment: Hope Pianello, Independent Fine Artist
Native of Harlem, NY, raised in the heart of Richmond VA. Graduate of Open High School and Aumnai of Mary Baldwin College. B.A. in Studio Art with an emphasis in Ceramic Arts.
Hope has explored many mediums and art forms from printmaking to interior design. Her most recent body of work consists of paintings in acrylic.
Inspired by the work of artist Ean Jae, Leonid Afremov and Van Gogh-- her work embodies the Current state of her psyche and growing understanding of self.
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Join us today in the conversation of Art work. How you can better appreciate it and choose to support artists like your host,
Jeanna Brown. Entrepreneurs, business, creativity and expression of self all takes courage. Tune in to some of the steps Jeanna Brown has taken and wants to share some of that with you. Original acrylic art paintings on canvas. You will be intrigued by her collection.
Come join her in debut art show and reception, November 21, 2015 at Dysonna City Art Gallery from 7p to 9p. Art lovers will love it. Those new to art will love it also.
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Non-Profit orgainzation Women and Philanthropy - Cal State Dominguez Hills will recieve a portion of the proceeds. Helping students financially with college education. A mind is a great asset to invest in.
Free Appraisal show Sponsored By Swann Galleries and Wyatt Houston Day
Tonight @7:30 Join The Gist of Freedom as we announce a Free Appraisal show Sponsored by Wyatt Houston of Swann Galleries!
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SWANN AUCTION GALLERIES Consignments Invited!
Faith Ringgold, Maya’s Quilt of Life, acrylic on canvas and painted, dyed pieced fabrics, 1989. Sold September 15, 2015 for $461,000, an auction record for the artist.
"We are currently accepting quality consignments for our Spring 2016 auction of Printed & Manuscript African Americana.
• Manuscripts • Books • Historical Prints • Maps • Photographs • Posters The deadline for submissions is October 31.
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Brian P., of Newport, Rhode Island, came to the ANTIQUE ROADSHOW with records of his great-grandfather, Charles Edward Minor. The collection, was valued by appraiser Gary Piattoni at between $2,500 and $3,500, he was a decorated African American seaman a mere 20 years after the abolition of slavery.
After retiring from the Navy at 52, Minor had the wherewithal to buy a four-bedroom home in Newport and to invest in the stock market. Again, Minor was ahead of his time. Says Brian, "Some of the stocks didn't pan out, but he was buying stocks a hundred at a time during the Great Depression. Black man or white man, that's something." True, yet it is all the more remarkable for a black man in a society that would be segregated by law for another 30 years.
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Last September 2014, artist Alpha Bruton began networking with artist Christine Ilewski-Huelsmann of St. Louis Missouri, who is the author of the, “Faces Not Forgotten” project, painting the portraits of children who have died, the victims of gun violence. We have invited families of victims through the Ark of St. Sabina in Chicago, and artists from the Phantom Gallery Chicago Network, to paint a portraits of each child, which is donated to the family. An acrylic transfer of that image will be used to collage the “Faces” on small vintage handkerchiefs. The handkerchiefs is symbolic for loss, the “found” fabric element constant in my work.
We plan to exhibit these portraits in various ways: strung together like the memorial funeral banners in South America; connected quilt like; bound into a soft fleshy book; and on websites that further protest gun violence. During Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 2016, the exhibition will take place at the Phantom Gallery Chicago Loft Gallery, located in the Bronzeville Artist Lofts, Chicago IL. In a cross cultural exchange the art will also travel to the Blue line Gallery at the ACME Artists Building, sponsored by the Near North West Arts Council (A fiscal agent for the Phantom Gallery Chicago Network).
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
Being born into the beauty industry and with more then 10+ years of expertise and experience, Max Estrada has always had a strong belief in nail education and artistry.
Max started with playing with his mother’s nail products and reading trade publications at a very early age, even attending his first trade show at the age of 5.
He started his professional career working in his family’s salon in Arizona. Within the first year of Max’s career he aspersed to grow bigger as a nail technician, so he decided to enter his first competition.
At the very young age of 16 with already a very quick and accurate acrylic application, Max entered his first professional nail competition.
Max was confident in his work; he competed and placed within the top 10 for his division and category. Full of determination, his goal was to improve his skills and conquer the competitive world of nails!
Now, Max places in every competition he enters and focus on further refining the nail shape and developing nail technologies that make the every nail artist’s life much easier. He believes that the best competition to win is the one with yourself; always strive for your personal best.
Max’s ultimate dream was to have the best products to complement his education for the nail care industry. In 2014, Max invented and designed his own company and product line, aptly titled Exclusive Nail Couture Professional, nationally and globally.
Today, Max competes all over the world. He has a true passion for his art and expresses his love for the nail industry through every nail he does. Max is now sharing his knowledge all over the world in his classes and through his new line of nail products.
Being a trendsetter in the industry, Max says, “The nail industry is not about where it has been but where it’s going.”
Welcome to Positively Autistic: Sarah’s Autism Chat presented by hosts Sarah Scrimshaw and Joe Westlake. We will be live at the usual time of 6:30pm UK time, 1:30 EST and 10:30am PST.
This week we will be joined by two very special guests. We will be talking to Joanne Lara, Founder of Autism Movement Therapy in California. We will be asking Joanne all about the recent event she organised, Temple Grandin & Friends at the Club Nokia Centre in LA. We will also be joined by Michael Tolleson. Michael is on the Autism Spectrum and is an incredibly talented savant artist. We will be talking with Michael and asking him about Joanne’s event in which he attended and was a part of live on stage creating an acrylic on canvas masterpiece in just fifteen minutes!
We cannot wait for this week’s show – it’s going to be very exciting.
We would love to hear from you, so please join us in the chat room to post your comments, join in and ask questions. As always, you can call in on 1-619-393-2848, or via the Skype link to ask questions.
You can find out more about Positively Autistic via our website www.positivelyautistic.com or via our Facebook page www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic
We can’t wait to hear from you!
Sarah & Joe
Today on The MIllion Dollar Idea Network Radio Show The Neighborhood Gallery Tour
My name is Charlie Childs. Host of the Million Dollar Idea Network Radio Show It is my Job to give you at least one thing to think about changing to the positive something in your Spirit, Soul/Mind and Body. We talk about your path to success. The tools and habits needed for success in your Business,Family and Faith.
All Artist that paint, sketch, draw, photograph,etc are invited to the 1st Annual Neighborhood Gallery Tour. We will be taking the artwork of 50 artists on a 6 city tour to be exposed to 1000 businesses and organizations. The selected cities Buffalo NY, Rochester NY, Syracuse NY, Charlotte NC, Raleigh NC, Columbia SC makeup the 2015 tour. Each of these host cities will have an Opening Exhibit Reception. The Tour will be approximately 6 months between June 15th to December 30, 2015. It is open to all Artists 18 years of age that produce 2D work. All artists that enter The Neighborhood Gallery Tour will receive an Artist Virtual Portfolio. Our jury of professionals has over 100 years of combined experience in the World of Art and will select the 50 artists to be the 2015 Neighborhood Gallery Tour Nominees. All applications must be received by June 1st 2015. A special 50 Selected Artist Reception will be held in Charlotte NC the First week of June 2015. www.theneighboodgallerytour.com The NGT Perspectus