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Cat Kerr blends her love of fibers and metal into unique and creative jewelry and assemblage pieces. Creating with what she calls doodads in new and innovative ways.
Her warmth and love of teaching comes through in her online teaching classes she offers regularly in addition to her blog In the Light of the Moon.
She was on the creative team for Ice Resin last year and now part of the creative team for Paper Whimsy where she is always coming up with fresh new ideas. You will find her work published regularly in several Stampington Company publications like Belle Armoire Jewelry, Somerset Sew and Somerset Studio, in addition to Cloth Paper Scissors. She will also be teaching in Oct at the National "Art is You" Retreat in Stamford, CT.
We will talk about how she juggles all demands of a full time art career and motherhood and how she took the leap into "Living the Creative Life" full time after a 21 year career in another field.
To learn more about creative workshops, tutorials, e-books and patterns, visit iCreateFlix.com
Lost & Found 'the Art of Assemblage' With Guest Host: Annemarie Rawlinson
Show topics: How to artists choose the objects for their assemblage work? Do you specifically create work based on your collection? Or, do you work from an idea and then illustrate your idea with images and objects. Does your work need words to help tell the story? What is your best junking story?
Participating artists: Annemarie Rawlinson, la-assemblagegroup.org, anart.net, Claudia Roulier, claudiaroulier.com, Leslie
in Self Help
We are the creators of our own life experiences, and the initiator of that process is thought. On today’s show, bestselling author Betsy Otter Thompson will present incontrovertible evidence that supports that idea; as well as offer some very compelling reasons as to why all of our thoughts should be delicious.
Betsy’s amazing assemblage of books include LoveParent, Walking Through Illusion, The Mirror Theory, and What Happens if I….? She can be contacted at www.betsythompson.com. We look forward to sharing with you. Hosts: EJ and Ruby firstname.lastname@example.org
Reuven’s hosting solo again, as Allyson is out with a cold. He breaks with tradition and brings on this week’s guests together for a wide-ranging discussion on the role of IT in the enterprise. Bart Copeland (@bart_copeland), CEO and president of ActiveState, talks about private Platform as a Service – bringing PaaS behind the firewall and offering enterprises control and management over their platform. Kevin Behr (@kevinbehr), founder and president of Assemblage Pointe and a co-author of Phoenix Poject, joins to talk about his book and applying manufacturing knowledge to high tech.
0:00 – Introduction and News of the Week 9:51 – One big interview with Bart Copeland and Kevin Behr 39:15 – Wrap up
Dionne has performed and recorded the likes of hip-hop, pop, soul, gospel, and modern R&B and now adds jazz to her repertoire. Born in the land of the funk, (Plainfield, New Jersey), she grew up listening to everything from P-Funk to the song styling’s of the great jazz singers, (the latter influenced by her maternal grandparents), and with all that stirring inside, it was bound to show up at some point in her musical DNA. A certified member of the hip-hop generation by age and geography (the hardcore ghetto of East St. Louis), Russell's early aspirations in the world of rap music took precedence over the trumpet that he began playing in fourth grade. When he reached sixteen, the deadline he set for his hip-hop career to take off, and his dedication to the art of jazz took shape. When GRAMMY®-winning vocalist Dionne Farris and GRAMMY®-nominated trumpeter Russell Gunn, took the stage at the Atlanta jazz club Churchill Grounds on Oct. 12th & 13th, 2012, the assemblage of music lovers that gathered to see them didn’t exactly know what they were in store for. The redefining of Farris’s music by Gunn on her new project, Dionne Get Your Gunn: Featuring the Russell Gunn Quartet is a complete departure from her last release, (2011) Lady Dy The Mixtape Part 1. Russell’s arrangement of Dionne’s #1 pop hit “I Know,” on DGYG is done in 5/4 time signature, which never misses a beat and neither does Farris, in her sticking of new landings for the song. Dionne and Russell have embarked on a musical journey that will lift t
Join us Tuesday, July 5th at 9:00pm EDT for our twenty-second episode of Dead Serious Radio. This week we interview prolific director, producer, and Full Moon Entertainment founder Charles Band, creator of the popular “Puppet Master” DVD franchise. Charles will discuss his extensive career in the field of “B-movie” entertainment and his now-defunct company Empire Pictures, which was responsible for creating numerous cult classics, including “Re-Animator” and
Beacon of Light
Toltec shaman, spiritual/paranormal researcher, and inventor, Marcus Leader joins forces with Jennifer Fallaw, Author of empowering children's fiction and spiritual counselor, to shed some light on a variety of spiritual and paranormal topics. Listeners are encouraged to call in and share opinions and experiences in an atmosphere that is informative and understanding. No question is a stupid question on our show. Let's get to the bottom of it together.
This week on Beacon of Light join Marcus Leader and Jennifer Fallaw as they explore the topic of the assemblage point of awareness and learn how you can increase your psychic abilities through this little known subject. Sunday April 7th at 7 PM PST
What makes an assemblage work, is it the cool junk or the artful concept?
Guest Host and Assemblage Artist Jerry Simpson, Jerry's links follow:
Recycle2art A place to celebrate recycle artists
Jerry's free web site:
Our group Denver ATC Gathering trade artist trading cards at CORE New Arts Spa
"Cancer believe it or not, has made me become a stronger and more attentive person. It challenges me everyday. I create everyday and am thankful to be alive everyday." - Katherine BrownKat (Katherine) lives in San Antonio, Texas. On March 31st 2009 she had emergency brain surgery to remove a grapefruit-sized tumor from the frontal lobe of her brain. She is alive and recovering well despite having been given a very slim chance for survival. In 2009 she had her first show at a gallery s
Artist Len Davis I have eclectic taste. That’s why I’m so fascinated by the usage of mixed media and collage. I like these mediums because of the outcome of combining several elements, creating various textures and color to evoke a thought and mood in the stories I tell. It’s like a pizza with everything on it. Once you take that first bite, you’re inundated with flavor. And that’s what I strive for in my work. I work with assemblage, collage, mixed-media and wor
Dominique Moody - Artist Statement My eyes speak to the Art of life as an experience through which the constructive form of assemblage thought and the collage fragments of dreams are intertwined. From this perspective, I am inspired by stories of people, experiences of places and the mysteries of nature. I developed my skills by looking at the worn texture of an object and how it tells its story. Throughout my life, I've been in search of places where my creative spirit and my day to day