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THIS WEEK ON THE NDUSTRY, JOIN THE CONVERSATION WITH ACTOR, STUDIO OWNER & DIRECTOR, KAREN VICKS! She established herself as one of Philadelphia’s finest actors, is a member of the Screen Actors Guild/Aftra, Actors Equity and is now the Owner, Operator, and Artistic Director of The Ascension Galleries- Acting by Karen Vicks Studio in Philadelphia, PA. Listen via mobile at 347-989-8385 or Log onto www.welcometothendustry.info to listen online. You are now in the Ndustry.
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!
Operating as Spirit Light Services, Tracy uses her skills as a professional psychic medium to conduct intuitive readings, mediumship galleries, classes in psychic development and Infinite Possibilities classes.
Her journey from secretary to psychic; how she discovered her psychic abilities and turned them into a business by taking Psychic Development classes, practicing, becoming a part-time professional and now a full-time entrepreneur, the beliefs she had to change to get there, and how this work has become her passion and her joy as well as her career. She will discuss the types of readings she does, her spirit (mediumship) galleries, classes and workshops.
You can visit her websites: www.SpiritLightPsychicServices.com and www.tracyfarquhar.com
Illuminate Together Radio is a place where you can learn ideas to help you grow your business in alignment with your personal spiritual beliefs. Where you can learn from experts, hear their stories and become inspired. A place where your questions are answered and your opinion counts. A place where conscious business leaders gather to learn from each other and shine their lights together to change the world for the better.
Contact the host about events or to be a guest on our show at MichelleSpalding.com
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,
World renowned artist Ronald Suchiu *Painter of the Human Soul* has been painting professionally since the age of 10.
Through his creativity and dedication he has become one of the world‘s masters of super realism and surreal art having placed works in the collections of world leaders,hollywood stars,fine art collectors and fine art enthusiasts.
His artwork is collected in over 26 countries worldwide and housed in such notable collections as The Vatican, H.R.M. Queen Elizabeth II, The White House, The U.S. Embassy, the Prime Ministers of Canada and Malta, and President Nelson Mandela has acquired his work. Such celebrities as Sting, Dan Aykroyd, Eric Burdon, Gordon Lightfoot, Jack Lemmon, Dr. David Suzuki, Dr. Jane Goodall and the Ford Motor Company have all placed their trust in him to deliver world-class paintings.
Ron and his wife Colleen have also created the World Charity Art Fouindation working in tandem with people such as Jane Goodall and enviromentalist David Suzuki to name a few with a mission to make the world a better place by aiding charities through the use of art to help millions of people improve their quality of life!
As well as having very successful galleries in the Windsor Essex region of Ontario, Canada, Ron continues to create new masterpieces both in the Surreal genre and the Super realism realm and is constantly in demand for commissioned works and public appearances.
Winner of both Jane Addams Awards & the Caldecott Honor Award, Author-Illustrator Ann Grifalconi has illustrated over 75 books for other authors and has also illustrated a dozen or more picture books of her own. She works in many media for publication and has exhibited her drawing, prints and paintings regularly in galleries and traveling shows. After working for a few years in advertising and display, Ms. Grifalconi taught art and design in the NY Public High Schools for several years. She would leave to produce films and write & illustrate books--all of which meant much research & travel (Africa, The Americas, Pacific), Over the years she has collected thousands of photographs of her extensive trips around the world.
Jane Addams Awards for “Patrol & Village That Vanished”
Caldecott Honor Award, for "Village of Round and Square Houses"
Corretta King Award, for "Everett Anderson’s Goodbye,” by Lucille Clifton
New York Times Best Illustrated Books, "The Jazz Man", by Mary H. Weik
American Library Association for "The Jazz Man” & "Village of Round & Square Houses"
In the 1960s and 70s Ms. Grifalconi was very involved in the womens rights in New York City. She illustrated works of art which continue to be recognized and identified with the woman's movements. In addition she was a founding member of the Feminist Credit Union in NYC.
For more about Ms. Grifalconi visit www.AnnGrifalconi.com.
Learn SIMPLE CAREER Choices that CAN PUT YOU HEAD and SHOULDERS ABOVE the COMPETITION.
DONALD J. HURZELER, CPCU, CLU has held a variety of prominent leadership positions in his over his 40 year esteemed corporate career and has lived all over the United States. This included being the CEO and President of Zurich Middle Markets, a billion-dollar segment of Zurich Financial Services. Don was also president of the Zurich Foundation and national president of the 25,000-member Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters.
Don's 'award winning' book “The Way Up” will shake you up and get you going in the right direction. It is all about you…what you want out of your career and how to get it. Learn how to increase your options for success and gain strategies for dealing with the ups and downs of a successful career. Access business secrets that will put you WAY ahead of your competition at work.
DON HURZELER is now retired from corporate life and continues to write and speak on various business topics. Don and his wife Linda of 40 years are now living in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. “They are defined by their dreams and the actions they take to bring those dreams to life”.
Don is also an award winning photographer and now has two successful photo galleries. He is also a NCAA Division II Track and Field All American and continues to run marathons. Don is immanently qualified to show you “The Way Up”.
My guest on Thursday, April 3rd at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk will be metalsmith and artist Betty Helen Longhi.
About: Betty Helen Longhi is a nationally recognized metalsmith who creates finely crafted jewelry and sculpture in gold, silver, and niobium and pewter. A master craftsman, Ms. Longhi incorporates various texturing techniques with forging, shell forming and die forming in her pieces. Her work is recognized for it's sculptural quality, flowing lines and subtle use of anodized niobium as a source of color.
Ms. Longhi's work has been exhibited at the Virginia Museum, Delaware Art Museum, American Craft Museum, South East Center for Contemporary Art and the Renwick Gallery Museum Shop as well as numerous retail galleries. She has marketed her work through the American Craft Council Fairs and Philadelphia and Smithsonian Craft Shows.
Ms. Longhi is a Distinguished Member of the Society of North American Goldsmiths.She has received a number of awards including an Individual Artist Fellowship funded by the Delaware State Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. A much sought after teacher, Ms. Longhi has lectured on Shell Forming for the Society of North American Goldsmiths and been guest artist at the Univ. of Wisconsin and the Maryland Institute of Art.
She has taught at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Penland School, Parsons School of Design, Peters Valley Craft Center and many more training centers in the USA and Canada. She maintains a studio and retail sales space in her lakeside home near Lexington, NC.
To learn more about Betty Helen and her work, visit: http://fluidformsinmetal.com/artist.html.
My guest Leanne Stella celebrate Women.There's nothing sexier than a confident woman, one that stand tall in her beauty no matter what society thinks about her flaws .All women are beautiful in her own way. What makes you beautiful? Is beauty inner or outter? We chat live and will take your calls live here 818-495-6973 press #1 to chat and #2 to listen..
About my guest"
Leanne Stella is the founder and director of Art In FLUX, an
initiative to promote artists and the arts in Harlem by
producing and promoting Pop-Up art galleries and special art
events. Through this venture she has created numerous
opportunities for Harlem artists to show and sell their work
and attracted new media attention to the arts in Harlem and
successfully supported sales for these artists.
IN HER SKIN:
Women are all wonderfully imperfect and if only they could see this in themselves.
The imperfections women see introspectively is often what others find most
attractive. Most women have a better ability to show the magnificence of another
than to celebrate their own inner and outer beauty. Many of the artists presenting at
IN HER SKIN choose to celebrate the beauty of other women.
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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
Guests are the founder of NELAart, Brian Mallman and its current executive director Cathi Milligan. Both are artists who have been residents of the area for many years and have been instrumental in building and sustaining a stong arts community in the Northeast District of Los Angeles.
Brian runs an alternative gallery called 50NYork and Cathi runs The Glass Studio, a store and education space, both located on York Avenue in Highland Park.
NELAart Organization is comprised of galleries and arts organizations that are dedicated to increase the visibility of the thriving arts community in the area. The neighborhood is home to more than thirty galleries, alternative arts spaces and arts organizations and countless artists live and work in the area. NELAart provides a resource to share information and ideas, and assist in promoting galleries, organizations and artists.
NELAart organizes a popular artwalk every second Saturday of the month and publishes a monthly newspaper, the NELAart News.
Visit - nelaart.org
Show hosted by Kara W. Tomé, founder of ArtSite Projects