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After 18 years in business, Handmade is closing. Thank you for making it one of the most Wonderful, and unique, shopping experiences in Los Angeles. It has been my great honor and pleasure to have owned and operated it all these years. Unfortunately, it is now time for me to move on.
Our last day open for business will be April 30, 2013.
Tonight we gather online to share all of the wonderful stories of good times and friendships that we have enjoyed here at Handmade Galleries.
Call in guests please pre-register for the show by messaging Monica Today at w
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights ways to sell your art on-line. On today’s show Leslie is joined by AHA September co-host Debra Huse. Debra is an award winnng artist and gallery owner. Join Leslie and Debra as they discuss everything you have always wanted to know about galleries ... but were afraid to ask!
We will explore what misconceptions artists have about galleries and how to approach galleries. Have you fallen prey to some of these? If a gallery does not sell your work it must be their fault. Galleries are rich and tell their patrons what art to buy. Galleries only sell art that is saleable and if your work does not sell you are out. You must only work with one gallery at a time. Pre-interviewed Artists and Galleries: Alan Kircher, founder, CEO and visionary behind Artwork Network.&n
Join Diane and artist Andrea Smith and her husband Gary. Together Andrea and Gary they have Andrea Smith Galleries in Sedona, AZ. Andrea & Gary have been involved with Attitudinal Healing for over 30 years and share their insights with Diane.
On February 25, Swann Galleries conducted their 15th annual auction of Printed & Manuscript African Americana. Highlights ranged from material on slavery and abolition to artifacts of the modern Civil Rights movement, and an important archive on African-American Art. View-Slide Show The auction’s top lot was an immense archive of research material amassed by art historian James Amos Porter that consisted of thousands of items including photographs, letters, exhibit catalogues,
What is the main obstacle now facing art students? How can an artist brush off critism and rejection? How can you get into art galleries? We all know about the "starving artist". But if you are an artist, you certainly don't want to be a testament to this all-too-famous figure. And you certainly can succeed. Listen to this episode and you will get answers! Join us on 06th Sept 2012 with Nikki Stevens, full time successful artist since 1996, specialising in watercolour
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City of Hamilton The town of Hamilton was founded and named after Sir Henry Hamilton who served as Governor of Bermuda from 1788 - 1794 and who was very instrumental in supporting the settlement of a town in the central parishes.
The people of St. George's strongly objected to the creation of the new town, but Governor Hamilton felt it made good sense to have a town in the central area, which would be relatively close to people from all over the Island. This accounts for the motto, 'Sparsa Collegit', translation of which is 'brought together the scattered'.
The new town of Hamilton quickly thrived and overtook the Town of St George, becoming the capital of Bermuda in 1815, during the Mayoral term of Richard Darrell, considered to have been one of Hamilton's most outstanding Mayors.
A thriving centre, the City of Hamilton is the hub of international and local business on the Island. But Hamilton also has a unique character, as it is packed with historic buildings, churches, shops, museums, galleries, parks and gardens--all set alongside a beautiful natural harbour.
How to write a winning art proposal for galleries, art spaces and public venues. Tips on what to include in your proposal that speaks to your audience. Who makes up the jury, artists, community leaders, art lovers, government employees or art curators. Learn ways that you can make your proposal stand out. 88 88 ArtLook, 8888ArtLook.com, Annette Coleman, AnnetteColemanArtist.com, Jim Caldwell, ArtworkNetwork.com, Suzanne Frazier, SuzanneFrazier.com
Korean identical twins Chinhee and Sunhee Park are both psychic mediums and empaths. Born in Seoul, Korea, they were adopted by an Italian and Irish family at the age of two. Chinhee in Korean means “Big Heart” and Sunhee means “Full of Life”. Their two energies combined are enough to give one person a burst of positive, healing, and loving energies. Both Chinhee and Sunhee recognized their gifts of clairvoyance, empathy, telepathy, and mediumship at a young age. At 15, they both had the same dream of their mother dying from Cancer. Their prediction came true shortly after. At 19, the twins started to exercise more of their abilities within the entertainment industry. It was during this time that they were spotted in the streets of Manhattan by an NBA basketball player and talent agent. This talent agent sent them on auditions for small parts in Law & Order, MTV, TBS, Independent Films as psychics, Estee Lauder Shoot, Got Milk Twins, Marie Claire Magazine, Book of Twins, Time, People, and many other international magazines and newspapers. At 21, they were considered the youngest talent managers in the industry and the only company who specialized with twins, "ethnic" and "real" people.Chinhee and Sunhee's NY Reading Style is direct, and to the point. They can read people from all walks of life. They have done phone sessions, live sessions, private parties, corporate parties, galleries, and lectures. Distance makes no difference, and both can help clients understand the “energies” you feel and show you how to organize your own abilities. Whether it is through advising on life’s issues, feeling a clients ailments or intuitively being able to communicate what will help a person in all different situations, the twins have a therapeutic touch. They also specialize in psychometrics, mediumship and energy healing. www.chinheesunheepark.com
Conney Williams is a Los Angeles based poet, actor and performance artist originally from Shreveport, Louisiana where he worked as a radio personality. He has published two poetry collections “Leaves of Spilled Spirit from an Untamed Poet (2002/2008)” and his latest, “Blues Red Soul Falsetto (2012).” His poetry has also been published in various publications and anthologies including Voices from Leimert Park; America: At the End of the Day; and The Drumming Between Us.He has appeared on stage and television. Conney was the 3rd Place winner in the Inner-City Culture Center acting competition in 1992. He has performed his poetry on television, radio, galleries, universities, grade schools, coffee houses, and stages around Southern California and across the country; including the Black Arts Festival. He is a talented public speaker with over 30 years of experience.He is a community activist and has worked with youth for over 25 years. He is formerly an ordained minister and Youth Pastor in the Church of God in Christ. He hosted a weekly cable television bible study and also recorded a gospel rap CD called L.I.F.E (1985). He is the Artistic Director at the World Stage in Leimert Park; and is a member and current Coordinator for the Anansi Writers Workshop. This workshop at the World Stage has produced some the most respected African American writers in the country. His has collaborated with artist Charles Bibbs on the production of WordArt; a monthly event of poetry, jazz, and visual art. He has hosted several poetry venues and been a curator for many poetry/jazz events throughout Los Angeles. He has been the Poet’s Stage Coordinator for the Leimert Park Book Fair for five of its six-year existence.
Building Your Network is all about people you should know in the photographic industry. They're artists, teachers, writers, developers and business owners. Each one has an expertise to help you build a stronger business and THRIVE, not just survive.
In this new episode, your host, Skip Cohen, welcomes outdoor landscape photographer and instructor, Ed Heaton. A regular instructor for Tamron USA events as well as his own workshops, Ed has been referred to by Outdoor Photographer Magazine as a “Landscape Master”.
Whether your specialty is outdoor landscape or not, it's so important to understand the principles of great composition, exposure and lighting. Even the simplest images of a great bridal portrait at an outdoor wedding require creativity and a solid understanding of the craft to create a "wow" print.
This episode is part of a "Trifecta" with a guest post by Ed on composition with some stuning images to support each point and one of Ed's favorite lenses, Tamron's SP 24-70mm featured on the "Partner" page. You'll also find more of his images with a trip to his galleries at EdHeaton.com.