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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!
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
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,
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.
We are in Michigan again. Detroit is home to The Whitney, a former mansion turned restaurant. Manager Tony Muzzi will talk about the mansion and what was on the menu.
Continuing with the subject of art, we go to East Lansing to visit the Saper Galleries. Roy Saper will not only give us a "tour" but relate a story about acquiring a Hebron glass collection.
in Self Help
Dr. Elizabeth Hendricks was born in Texas ranch country and grew up loving horses and people. For years she worked as a Clinical Psychologist specializing in trauma and later went back to school, studying Art at Marylhurst University. She is now a professional artist and is particularly inspired by the work of the Renaissance artists with their focus on the world of pure spirit. She is a horse portraitist, which she enjoys as she endeavors to capture the soul of the horse along with his beauty. Dr. Hendricks considers her paintings to be “spiritual outreach work.” Her art is carried at several Art Galleries in Washington State. Visit her website at www.elizabethhendricksart.com
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Callywood Live with Russell Blake
Mr. Russel Blake has been a professional Musician/Solo Artist/Educator for over 3 decades. He was instructed by his Father Jazz Great Alex Blake and his Brother Jazz Artist & Virtuouso Bassist Alex Blake II. All of Mr. Blake’s theory, compositional, and musical arrangement skills are self-taught. To date, he has performed/toured/lectured in 65 countries on five continents. As an educator, Mr. Blake has taught as an Adjunct Professor of Electrical Bass Studies at four universities across the country. He is the creator of “The Universal Language Music History & Cultural Program” of which Mr. Blake has taught to a variety of audiences from elementary through high school, colleges and universities, Senior Centers, Prisons, Hospitals, Military Installations, and Art Galleries about the history of Music.
Danielle Monet Morse speaks to us about making an investment into the PopUp movement in Chicago. It feels amazing after years of pop up galleries to have a permanent space. Almost 2,000 sq ft and 50 ft of storefront. The build our started on my new gallery space at 1655-59 Chicago Avenure. My studio will remain inthe same building just down the road from the new gallery, was the post on Facebook that Popped Up, on Oct 17th, 2013.
"I knew who Caravaggio and Rembrandt was before I could even spell my name. My mother was a full time artist, and my father an avid art collector who gave me my middle name, Monet. My father taught me how to collect at a very early age, and I purchased my first painting at the age of 11 with allowance that I had saved for two years. I have an art collection from all over the world that spans 28 years, and that I continute to grow."
"I have thankfully been surrounded by art my entire life."
I can make something from nothing which leads to my never being bored. I have never worked harder in my entire life than I have since starting to paint full time in 2008.
Artist, actor, and Motivational Speaker.?The best kept secret is finally out Artist/Actor/Motivational Speaker Kentucky born and raised. Charles “Ed” Wolfe is truly unique and diverse to say the least. Ed is a fine artist who has had countless art exhibitions in various galleries including a featured painting in the San Diego Veterans Museum. Ed’s creativity goes way beyond pencil and paper or shining on the big screen.?
?Every creation is influenced by his life experiences and the lessons that have shaped him along the way. Ed states “Everything I create has a message but in order to understand, one just has to listen’’. While keeping it fun, he’s here doing what he loves, gaining knowledge, filtering it through his way of thinking then applying it to his creative process.
LAST MINUTE UPDATE: Today's guest, Justin Chase Mullins is having WIFI connection difficulties and may be unable to call in. In the event he's unable, I'll be doing an All-Message show. Call in for a mini reading! 347-426-3338.
Justin Chase Mullins will be my special guest for this lively and enriching show.
Justin Chase Mullins is a Psychic, Medium, Spiritual Counselor and paranormal researcher. He was born and raised in Clintwood, Virginia and resides in Kingsport, TN. Justin has a Masters degree in Criminal Justice and bachelor of science in Communications. He earned the 2013 Best American Psychics Awesome Accolade award, and was the November 2012 Psychic of the month, and is on the BAP wall of fame. He was voted as Who's Who of the paranormal by Visions Parmag. He has traveled across the country doing galleries and various events. He has been featured at Ghost Hunt Weekends, LA Talk Radio, CBS Radio, Mysterious World TV and Google TV. Justin believes in God and Angels. Justin is known for his southern accent and his kind and caring nature.