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"In the paint with Gerald Wilkins".. An exclusive interview from Sports Talk with 3 J's airing 10/10/13 at 8pm EST on Blog Talk Radio..
NBA veteran Gerald Wilkins talks about everything from his 15 year career, to his personal life and what’s on the horizon.
It’s definitely must listen to radio and only on Sports Talk with 3 J’s..
Farrow & Ball is devoted to producing unparalleled paints and wallpapers that transform homes around the world. They are paint perfectionists, creating unmatched paint colours using only the finest ingredients and age-old methods which have withstood the test of time and the passage of many a fickle fad. They also make handcrafted wallpaper created using their own paints to print designs onto paper using traditional block and trough printing methods, which is what gives them their uniquely beautiful texture.
Farro & Ball's meticulous approach to producing paint and wallpaper is rooted in their past. Farrow & Ball paints are born and bred in Dorset, England, in the same small town they have resided in since John Farrow, and fellow paint pioneer Richard Ball first founded the company.
From small beginnings their reputation for quality quickly spread until the pair were supplying paint to the Admiralty and the War Office. The company bucked the trend towards cheaper, acrylic paints with high levels of plastic, in favour of the original formulations and natural ingredients.
Over the years Farrow & Ball has been loved and appreciated by a dedicated and growing group of loyal customers all over the world who recognise the difference that attention to detail, quality ingredients and craftsmanship make.
Today, their quest to create unmatchable products continues. Over the years they have grown their range of paint finishes, and they have added wallpapers to their portfolio, but they have never forgotten their past. Farrow & Ball may have over forty showrooms as far and wide as New York, Paris and London, but every batch of paint or wallpaper, however large or small, is still made in their factory in Dorset, England.
Join Linda Riesenberg Fisler, Blanche McAlister Harris and Barbara Coleman as we discuss how Scott comes up with new ideas to paint. Scott will share with us the process he uses to create those beautiful paintings and stay inspired. From choosing compositions that may be different to creating a consistent body of work, coming up with fresh, new ideas will keep your collectors/followers happy and you wanted to try more things! Join us as Scott tells us his secrets!
Episode 9 Dz Clan Patriarch 93rd Birthday Celebration
Eileen Kennedy/ Feng Shui
Prosperity On A Bucket Of Paint; Tips & tricks with color to improve the value of your home and lift your spirits.
Eileen Kennedy’s been designing living environments for almost 20 years. Her life mission has been to help people live better lives by leveraging their living environment. She currently coaches entrepreneurs to define their life purpose and build prosperity using Chinese Metaphysics. She offers a free virtual workshop for entrepreneurs called “Your Office Feng Shui Clinic” and an online cou
First hour, Forrest Liggett (Cherokee) chatted with Blueotter and Badger and received his Mayan Birthday Reading. Forrest also spoke about the Ghost Dance (led by Robert Ghost Wolf) he attended in 1998, where the Hopi Elders and Chief Arvol Looking Horse were also in attendance.
Hour two is a chat with Maria Yraceburu. Today in these chaotic times, many are coming to the indigenous of the world to find answers. Through the teachings, ceremonies, and stories of her family lineage, Maria continues to share - and live - the teachings of earth. You can find out more about the Yraceburu EarthWisdom community and teachings at www.yraceburu.org. Maria is lineage caretaker of the Apache Snake Clan, a Wisdom Keeper, and ceremonialist for nearly 40 years. She is also the author of Legends and Prophecies of the Quero Apache.
Maria Yraceburu was carefully instructed by Grandfather Juan Ten Bears Yraceburu in the ways of the Apache Snake Clan. She was immediately recognized as a spiritual guide and as she matured because the founder of Yraceburu EarthWisdom. Since the inception of this humanitarian eco-spiritual community, Maria has served as teacher, healer, cook, as well as a respected Elder. At the request of Women Elders from around the world, Maria and her wife, Lynda, have begun the Sisters of Honua. Through both organizations, Maria continues to share the benefits of tlish diyan, prophecy, and the spiritual teachings of earth with people from around the world.
Please join us as we pay tribute to a supremly unsung singer, producer, songwriter, record label owner, promotion man, and photographer Weldon Arthur McDougal III. We will honor the man who has done every thing from co writing The Philly Sound's first major hit, Yes I'm Ready by Barbara Mason to in Motown's heyday promoted all of the major hits including I Can't Help Myself, My Girl, Heatwave, I Second That Emotion, What's Going On and many many more......Please join us and several special guest as we honor the legacy of Weldon Arthur McDougal III.
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.
There once was a king who offered a prize to the artist who would paint the best picture of peace. Many artists tried, however, after the king looked at all the pictures, there were only two he really liked so he chooses between them. One picture was of a calm lake. The lake was a perfect mirror for peaceful towering mountains all around it. Overhead was a blue sky with fluffy white clouds. All who saw this picture thought that it was a perfect picture of peace.
The other picture had a mountain as well but these were rugged and bare. Above the mountain was an angry sky from which rain fell and lightning was striking. Down the side of the mountain came a streaming waterfall. This did not look like a picture of peace at all.
But when the king looked closely he saw behind the waterfall a tiny bush growing in a crack of the rock. In the bush there was a mother bird who had built her nest. There in the midst of the rush of angry water sat the mother bird on her nest in perfect peace. Which picture do you think won the prize?
The king chose the second picture. Do you know why?
The king explained, “Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work, peace means to be in the midst of all those things and still be calm in your heart. That is the real meaning of peace.”
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