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  • 02:01

    PSHRadio Speak To Sean Cadman & Vivien Powell

    in Paranormal

    Join us as we speak to Sean Cadman & Vivien Powell who shall be bringing you a Paranormal Convention to Galleries Of Justice In Nottingham in the UK "PARAFORCE UK 2016) we shall be asking them both what shall be happening at the event how to get tickets as well as which special guests shall be attending.

    Vivien & Sean both run there own teams, RAPS & Past Hauntings, they have been investigating together for 5 years now and have built up a close friendship, between them they have nearly 50 years of experience in the paranormal field, they decided to start Paraforce UK after being involved in the organising of Paracon 2014 when it became apparent that there wasnt going to be a Paracon 2015 that was the birth of Paraforce UK, an event that it is hoped will bring the UK paranormal community together to hear some fantastic talks and learn from each other, Viv & Sean aim to show this community that it is possible to work together and above all enjoy yourselves whilst doing it.


    Purchase Tickets Via: http://www.paraforceuk.com/events---booking.html

  • 00:37

    Byron Motley Launches A New Book - Embracing Cuba

    in Lifestyle

    Byron Motley is a modern day Renaissance man. He is an accomplished singer/ songwriter/filmmaker/lecturer/author and photographer. As a performer Byron has worked on Broadway and performed and recorded with such luminaries as Natalie Cole, Dionne Warwick, Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Barry Manilow, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and the Boston Pops Orchestra. Byron's recently published photographic book, Embracing Cuba (University Press of Florida), contains nearly 200 color images (with essays) exploring the richness of the island. His photography has also been featured in Vanity Fair, The Advocate, New York Daily News, LA Times, and have shown in galleries, boutiques and museums in the United States, Europe and Cuba.   He will be with us on Wednesday.  Please join us to learn more about Mr. Motley (347) 637-2319 and press 1.

  • 00:29

    Awakening Art in the Community!

    in Business

    Join us today for Women Lead Radio as Barbara Eldridge, your host of Trend Setting Women, interviews Lin Holzinger, Owner of Art Trails San Diego.

    In an area where art and artists flourish – they are often hidden in the less populated areas of a community. The internet has opened the door to connecting art lovers with a new array of artists and art related happenings. Lin Holzinger’s former marketing background and love of art has resulted in launching a new web site Art Trails San Diego to foster the growth, development and appreciation of San Diego’s flourishing visual arts community. It invites artists, museums, galleries, alternative exhibit spaces, and events to list their happenings to open the door to anyone wanting to experience the unique and exciting local art that abounds here.

    Barbara Eldridge is your host of Trend Setting Women, a show that is intense, informative and always interesting. Trend Setting Women focuses on showcasing women owners who play the game of business and never give up. Currently, Barbara is the President & Founder of Mind Masters, an organization for entrepreneurs to master the challenges they face in an ever-changing market place. For more than twenty-five years Barbara has been contributing to other people’s business success. Her many years of experience in the corporate world provided her with knowledge, insight and presence to help thousands of entrepreneurial men and women nurture their business ventures into thriving successes.

  • 01:02

    Paul Richmond: LGBT Artist and Activist

    in LGBT

    Artist Paul Richmond joins the show to talk about his art and activism on tonight's show!
    Call 323 657-1493 to ask Paul a question and join the fun!
    Visit Paul's website and purchase his art here!

    Paul is a visual artist and activist whose paintings draw inspiration from his own experiences as a young gay man. Since graduating college in 2002, his artwork has become a vehicle for exploring and understanding his own journey, as well as developing a dialogue with other members of the LGBTQ community. Influenced by his own struggles as he came to terms with his sexual identity, he seeks to challenge social constructs that exist around sexual orientation and gender roles.

    His career has included exhibitions in galleries throughout the United States, as well as publication in numerous art journals and anthologies. His work is collected by individuals from around the globe. In his role as the Associate Art Director for Dreamspinner Press and their young adult imprint, Harmony Ink Press, he has created over two hundred and fifty novel cover illustrations. He teaches community art classes for Stonewall Columbus. He has volunteered with the Kaleidoscope Youth Center, encouraging LGBTQ teens to use art as a means of self-exploration and expression. He is a co-founder of the You Will Rise Project, an organization that empowers those who have experienced bullying to speak out creatively through the language, visual, and performing arts.

    Paul shares his life with husband, Dennis Niekro. They were married in a group ceremony with twenty-four other LGBT couples in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in June 2013. Together, they are committed to using their artistic talents to raise equality awareness.

  • 00:50

    How creating from pain can bring hope! (Encore Episode)

    in Motivation

    This episode first aired in August, 2015. It was such a powerful interview that we wanted to air it again. Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with visual artist Gypsy Hundley about how her creative spirit is reflected in her artwork and is her passionate way of serving in the world. Gypsy shares her heart-breaking and inspirational story of having to watch a loved one be sent to prison. From this tragedy she created amazing works of art that helped her, and others, to heal.

    Gypsy Hundley has been painting full time for over 10 years. Her work has been displayed in galleries throughout the nation and purchased from thousands of spirits world wide. Starting out as an outsider/folk artist, Gypsy spent years traveling the unknown roads touring art shows and seeking galleries while living out of her van. Her tenacity to evolve and pursue an art career gave her strength to move forward. Her continual changes in her style has gained respect, recognition and admiration. When she speaks of her art, it is as if she's telling a story of an ancient love she has danced through life with, hand in hand.

    You can find her artwork at www.gypsyhundleygallery.com.

  • 00:32

    Susan's Story

    in Health

    Our guest this week, Susan Grief, tells us, “ I use all forms of the expressive/creative arts and the healing arts to help women and children find emotional freedom from anxiety,depression,trauma,grief, loss and learning disorders so they can move forward in their lives and have better relationships with themselves and others”. Susan,is the mother of four children each of whom had a form of dyslexia. This led her to teach each of them,”to learn creatively through art play,music and acting”. She then went to Columbia’s Teaching College  to study the Multi-sensory approach to learning for the Dyslexic and she realized she was already applying this technique innately to her own children. Susanhas also studied dance,art,drama and photography.In 1998, she went along with her temple’s mission to a refugee camp in Macedonia and photographed the work being done to help the refugees. “I was able to capture the emotions in the faces of the refugees and my photos were published in newspapers and magazines and displayed in museums and galleries”.

    Susan’s company is appropriately named, Art Mends!

  • 01:01

    Metalsmith Benchtalk with Sculptor Hoss Haley

    in Art


    Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, October15th, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is sculptor Hoss Haley.

    Join us for this LIVE interview- if you have a question for Nancy during the conversation, log onto the chatroom at Blogtalkradio.com or send a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

    Sculptor Hoss Haley creates two and three dimensional works in steel, concrete, and bronze. He favors industrial materials and fabrication methods, often building or adapting the machines and tools he uses to produce his work. Hoss has completed public art projects for the Pack Square Conservancy (Asheville, NC), Charlotte Area Transit System and Mecklenburg County (NC) as well as several privately commissioned large-scale steel sculptures. Hoss’s work has been shown at several museums and galleries nationwide, and he has been a resident artist at Penland School of Crafts (NC) and at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center (WI). Hoss learned machining and steel fabrication at an early age and then apprenticed as a blacksmith for several years in Texas and New Mexico. Decades later his work is heavily influenced both conceptually and aesthetically by the western landscape of his youth.



  • 00:31

    CREATIVE Conversations-How do you envision the future present?

    in Visual Arts

    Inner-galactic Pop Up Research Station will be a  portal in the built enviroment a place for  curators and artists, to envision the future present? Those new to the world of creativie place making.  These installations produce "Creative Conversations” artists speaking about their art, the Emissaries Arts Action project will continue the conversations, and provide another platform for curators that network with the Phantom Galleries.

    Christine Ilewski-Huelsmann,Face Not  Forgotten,

    Faces Not Forgotten project I began here in St. Louis, artists painting portraits of young gun violence victims. 

  • 00:30

    An Artist Speaks Season 4 Episode 22 with Guest Betty Rhodes

    in Art

    Listen to this entertaining interview as host Michael Harris interviews selling artist Betty Rhodes.  Happiness and color are apparent in her art, reflecting her personality and the vibrant atmosphere of the Texas Hill Country. With an unerring eye, she brings an imaginative approach to her interpretation of the world around her. Her wide subject range including landscapes, florals, animals and abstracts. Rhodes delights in surprising art lovers, who may not always know where her fancy will turn next. Rhodes is represented by a number of art galleries in Texas and beyond, and has been shown internationally. She attended Hunters School of Art in San Antonio and has studied with many of the country’s leading artists, including Joseph Mendez, Scott Christensen, Matt Smith, Don Ward, Ray Vinella, and Ann Templeton.  "I take my art seriously, but not myself. My spontaneous and sometimes provocative perspective and ability to see the humor in situations makes my life and art more interesting."

    To read the CAGO Newsletter, visit www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com and click on the CAGO Media tab. On this page you will find our radio shows, videos and newsletters.

    Contemporary Art Gallery Online continues each month with their monthly art competitions and exhibitions.  Go to www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com, and Click on the Art Competition tab for details.


  • 00:16

    Creative Orange County

    in Culture

    Interview with Andrea Harris-McGee, Director, Curator, Project Coordinator and Artist…

    "You’re Better with Butter"

    211 Gallery, 211 Sycamore, Santa Ana Artists Village, Santa Ana CA

    October 3rd, 5 - 9pm


  • Metalsmith Benchtalk with Jeweler, Craftsman, Teacher and Toolmaker, Bill Fretz

    in Art

    Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, October 1st, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is  Bill Fretz: jeweler, craftsman, teacher and designer of remarkable tools. 

    Join us for this LIVE interview- if you have a question for Bill during the conversation, log onto the chatroom at Blogtalkradio.com or send a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. 

    About Bill 

    Bill's interest in making jewelry began with his interest in jewelry-making tools (no surprise) and grew after talking to renowned metalsmiths like Paul Evans. Developing his own line of tools was his answer to the design challenges he would encounter, challenges that traditional tools couldn't fix. 

    It's his love of tools and working with metal, seeing what overlapping hammer blows can do, that inspires Bill to design award-winning jewelry and custom tools. Fretz forming stakes represent perfected precision and unrivaled quality. His innovative, gorgeous tools are not only the prized possessions of scores of jewelry-makers, they have also been exhibited at trade shows and in galleries. 

    Today, Bill continues to design custom tools and teach students how to use them, all while running his business with his wife Marian in Bucksport, Maine. His best teaching moment to date? As a teaching assistant to jeweler John Paul Miller at Cleveland Institute of Art (his first job). And in every class he teaches, Bill's love of metal-forming is renewed as his students "constantly remind me that designing with metal is an exploration."