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Daniella Woolf brings a “textile sensibility” to the ancient medium of encaustic, merging these two disciplines and using a limited choice of materials to create a newly formed language. Her art background includes fiber, collage, jewelry and metalsmithing.
A 2008 Rydell Visual Arts Fellow, Daniella’s encaustic work has been exhibited at the Cleveland Museum of Art, Pittsburg Center for the Arts and internationally at the British Craft Centre, London. She also has an extensive resume as a sculptural textile artist.
Daniella teaches popular encaustic workshops and writes the blog, Encausticopolis, about all things wax.
She has authored 2 books, Encaustic with a Textile Sensibility (2010) and The Encaustic Studio, a wax workshop in mixed-media art, out just this year. And there’s a DVD included with the book. What more can you want except Daniella in person? Well I’ve got here today, so let’s get started….
Tears of Paradox author Daniella Bova returns to Writestream with Daria Anne to discuss her new release, The Notice, the second book in her series, Storms of Transformation.
Daniella Bova was born and raised in Chester County, PA in a traditional, loving family. While she and her sister were young, their baby sister - born with Down Syndrome - died at the age of three. This traumatic experience changed their family forever.
Painfully shy and called a "Day Dreamer" by her mom, Daniella was what some would call an "average" student. Although she had difficulty paying attention in class, at home she was an avid reader and learner. By the age of 10, she could sew by hand and machine, embroider, and knit. In the late 70s, she came of age and married her high school sweetheart.
Years later, the pivotal events of September 11, 2001 would prompt her to see the world differently. She started paying attention to politics and national/international events, which ultimately led to the inspiration for her dystopian series.
Join us for a great interview with Daniella Bova!
Tonight we welcome Daniella Rochford - A National Aboriginal Poet,Songwriter and Inspirational Wordsmith from 3 Aboriginal tribes that reside in the Northwest Of Australia
For over five years, the award-winning Native Trailblazers has been delivering the hottest topics in Indian Country to your desktop, mobile or other listening devices! Listen in Every Friday at 7pm EST or any time in archives!
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Join me, Jack July on Dead Wrong Radio as welcome my guest Erin Palette from Blue Collar Preppers. She has graciously offered to come back this week after last weeks show was canceled due to technical difficulties. We will discuss common sense preparations is the event of a natural disaster or, in the case of Baltimore this week, civil unrest.
I will also take a few minutes to talk about, GoFundMe. I have some very definite opinions that some may not like.
To round out the show I have the honor of wecoming Daniella Bova Author of Tears of Paradox and the newly released sequel, The Notice. Both books I have read and reccomend.
Join Writestream founder and Writestream Tuesday host Daria Anne and her panel of distinguished authors Daniella Bova, Vanessa Landry, Matthew Bowman and Franco Antonetti for this month's installment of "Shatter the Narrative. On March 10 at 1 p.m. Eastern, they'll take on the following:
“Piss Christ” & “Book of Mormon” as art but Mohammad cartoons? Not so much.
Capitalism Exploits the Poor and Enriches Greedy, Evil Businesses
Against illegal immigration and amnesty? You’re a raaacist!
Got something to say? Call in at (347) 945-7246 and join in live chat!
Join us on Tuesday, October 14 at 2pm with Daniella Watters, Indie Pop Artist. Stay tuned for more updates, interviews, music, features and contests at www.ndjamzradio.com. Continue to vote for your favorite Indie Artists to hit the Week's Top 10 Indie Chart, and for the Artist of the Month.
Daniella Breen is a Consciousness Mentor and Soul Technician. Daniella has an amazing system to untangle soul wounding and allow your true soul to shine through. She works with those who are developing conscious expansion into High Soul Consciousness and Sacred Authority in all areas of their life.
Daniella holds a weekly live teleconference call, The Sacred Truth Group. This Ascension Mentoring Program includes mentoring and beautiful energy processes designed to support you in your Ascension.
From deep in the heart of you comes the calling of your Soul. The calling to connect to your sacredness, the calling to express your sacred Self in the world. It's what you're here for. It's why you came. So how do you do it? Daniella will show us how to do this and how she can assist with the process.
Your hosts Molly Hill and Alice Mary Herden talk with Team Owners/Coaches and Players about their upcoming game this Saturday.
This Friday night show we talk with the Miami Blackhawks and the Twin County Raiders… let’s get the scoop on the good, the bad and the ugly….
Our Guest will be ...... David Jones
Mr. Jones President of Athletes against Bullies: http://athletesagainstbullies.org/: located in Sarasota, Florida, as well as a former NFL Player, joins us to talk about his Non-Profit Organization and his career within the NFL.
Jones made Athletes against Bullies a life mission, and bulling doesn’t always affect kids, it affects others in many ways.
Athletes can make a huge difference in people lives, whether those athletes are involved with NFL, AFL or even in our league. Sports can make a difference and how you represent yourself on and off the field will do that.
Listen in Friday January 30 at 6:30pm
Molly Hill and Rly Lowe: Ravens
Aletha Rolle and Daniella Reid: Chargers
Stephanie Hunter-Fletcher: Scorpions
Shannon Finnie: Twin County Raiders
Litansy Miller: Barracudas
Phyllis Waters: Revolution
Bonita Copleland: St. Petersburg Sabers
Stars of the Hit MTV/LOGO TV's documentary The T WORD L'lerret Allilith and Daniella Carter will join us to discuss some of their experiences on the show. These two amazing woman of color are just a small example of some of the amazing youth we have in the Trans community. They will discuss some of their favorite moments and some of their more difficult times while filming. We will also discuss some of the vital topics for our youth today. Also what words of encouragement do they have for our youth today or perhaps their parents? What are some of their favorite things to do? and hobbies. We will get into it all!! Join us!!
Is art imitating life?
That's just one of many questions Writestream host Dariaanne will ask of author Daniella Bova, whose 5-star rated novel Tears of Paradox has been described by one reviewer as:
"A cautionary tale that could be ripped from the headlines of the not so distant future. Bloated, nanny state government, the new way of doing business, forced abortion, attacks on faith, and two people caught in the center of the storm."
Daniella joins the program in the first hour to discuss her book, the first in a series entitled Storms of Transformation. Host and guest will also delve into the writing, publishing and marketing process, and how to succeed as an independent author.
In the second half, the Right Wing Riot stampedes the airwaves with its unique brand of "Public Service Satire" with The Prince of Whitebread, Scary Smart and Always Right.
During the live show, listeners can call in with their questions and comments at 347-945-7246 and join in the live chat.
Don't miss Writestream Tuesday with author Daniella Bova and the Right Wing Riot on August 12!
Virginia Woolf appears in two of the novels we're talking about on tonight's Literary New England Radio Show, with one chosen by Oprah's O Magazine as a "mesmerizing" winter must-read. Another title on this episode has been likened to Annie Proulx's most magnificent "The Shipping News." Join us for conversations and book giveaways as we feature:
Louisa Treger on The Lodger: A Novel
Michael Crummey by Sweetland
Priya Parmar on Vanessa and Her Sister
Henry Faulkner on Sprouting Wings
If you can't listen live, be sure to download the episode as an iTunes podcast or stream from the Literary New England Radio Show archives.
An irreverent attempt to make deathly-serious topics more accessible to freedom-loving Americans, Dead Wrong Radio covers a full range of issues including Gun Rights, Border Security, Free Market Capitalism and common liberal myths.
Please join hosts and Robert Bertrand @TYCapitalism and Amy Lynn Author Jack July as we discuss the week with guest Ron Edwards and Daniella Bova!
Topics: Hobby Lobby Decision,ISIS, Crisis on the border and more!