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Born in Singapore, Vicki Lau had a passion for filmmaking since she was 14-years old when she first began using editing software. With a strong background in visual effects and applied psychology, she has always been fascinated with complex ideas and rich concepts that challenge the mind and encourage discussion and thinking in audiences.
Other than a few productions in her home country, the short film "The Painter" is her directorial debut. The film, made in the United States, explores the thin boundry between fantasy and reality. It was shown at the Palm Beach International Film Festival in April.
Vicki also worked as a visual effects intern on AMC's “The Walking Dead” and NBC's “Dracula,” while creating visual effects for AFI films and the independent feature film “Going Bongo”.
For more info., visit www.lauvicki.com or find Vicki on IMDB.com.
Tonight's show features Massachusetts custom motorcycle painter/artist "Spike". An accomplished artist, Spike was kicked out of art class in his younger days. Determined to not let someone else dictate what he would do in life Spike set out to create.
Today Spike is known as one of the premier custom motorcycle & automobile painters in America.
Tune in and hear the artist on Hermis Live!
Visit Spike's website by clicking here.
On today's show Terry Begue, better known as The Wealthy House Painter, will be finishing up his introduction of himself. Terry shares his background, his struggles as a painter, and how he overcame several obstacles to achived great results in his painting business. You will hear why he started writing about his success in his first book "The Wealthy House Painter's Guide to Having It All". So listen in to Terry's PaintCast as each week he will share tips, and information that will help you in your painting business.
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights way to sell your art. Leslie is joined by June co-host Dottie Leatherwood. Today's show is all about tips to becoming a better painter. We will talk about values, editing, creating painting studies and lots more! Don’t miss this show because these tips might just be the breakthrough you have been looking for!
Today's show is the first episode from Conversations with The Wealthy House Painter. Terry will be introducing himself and giving you valuable tips for your painting business.
Log on to The Funckyfresh Show as I talk with Talented New England Artist and feature painter at the URBAN ART EXHIBIT 7/7/12 in Springfield MA: Seymore Painter
Marlon Seymour was born October 20th in Springfield, MA. A self taught artist, Seymour started painting and taking an interest in the Arts at a very young age. From music to theater, fine arts, and poetry Seymour is what some may call a modern day renaissance man.
Having the talent and skill of any seasoned artist, Seymour has the ability to express his self in a unique and compelling way. Through his work he tells a different story sharing the details of his life on canvas. Incorporating outside elements into his work such as metals, fabrics, and other various items Seymour's Art comes to life providing any space with character and creative balance. http://marlonseymour.com
***Sermon begins at 13:15 mark*** Fire & Grace Church Sunday Worship and Preaching with Pastor Billy Painter. FGC is a Pentecostal, Holy Spirit led church that preaches the Bible and the true gospel of Jesus Christ. We focus on repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus, healing, gifts of the Holy Spirit, deliverance from demons, spiritual warfare, and end-time Bible prophecy.
Marcio Melo is a figurative painter. His painting can be characterized as bold and colourful, ranging from stylized to realistic. He typically works from imagination and his themes run from Brazilian Candomblé Saints to Canadian wildlife and everything in between. The paintings typically include people or animals, often with fantastic or spiritual imagery as elements. Marcio works in watercolour, acrylics, oils and crayon conté. He works mainly on paper and canvas. Often he handpaints the frames, matching them to the painting, or sometimes the painting extends into the area of the frame.
Marcio came to Canada from Brazil in 1987. He feels comfortable with the languages and culture, and has made Canada his home. In Brazil, Marcio worked in architecture and design, mainly in heritage preservation in the four-century-old cities of Recife and Olinda.
Andrew Downward joined HGTV’s Divine Design with Candice Olson as a master painter in the show’s second season and won over fans for the full eight additional seasons. A Toronto native, Andrew started painting with his father at age 16. He worked his way through college as a painter and it soon became a full-time occupation. Andrew also earned his teaching credentials and now teaches fifth grade students. When not busy painting or teaching, Andrew enjoys spending time with his two young sons.
He regularly appears at home and garden shows around North America for his color and painting expertise, as well as Ambassador for 3M.
He can be reaced on twitter, and contacted through his website.
"I decided that if I could paint that flower in a huge scale, you could not ignore its beauty." Georgia O'Keeffe. Welcome to Women's History 2014--We are celebrating WOMEN making their mark yesterday and today. This episodes' conversation will be with Alicia Adanna, abstract painter/photographer & Poet @ ZURI ART---what are you painting on your CANVAS of life? Join us by calling in 347-826-9723 press the number 1.
Join us for 2 hours at 10 PM Eastern.
Debbie Painter returns to discuss the SyFy Channel special that aired on May 15, called The Life After Death Project.
DEBORAH PAINTER is an environmental scientist from Virginia who knew Forrest J Ackerman and wrote a biography of his life called FORRY. She reports on the history of phenomena in the Ackermansion, dating back to when actor Jon Hall lived there, who starred as Ramar in the Ramar of the Jungle TV episodes.
The late Forrest J Ackerman is the focus of this documentary from Yellow Hat Productions. He was a friend and mentor of the director since the director was 12 years old. Mr. Ackeman was a leading figure in the world of science fiction literature and film. An author, agent, editor and archivist, he was a founder of science fiction fandom as well and he appeared in 112 films and documentaries on the subject. "Forry" was also an outspoken atheist, but he told some friends shortly before he died in 2008 that if it turned out he was wrong he would drop by and tell them so.
Some unusual events have since transpired within the first year of his death (usually when most of these sorts of ADCs occur) to indicate that he has in fact tried to do so. A few interesting experiences were shared among several friends including Debbie Painter.
Debbie will discuss those experiences and we'll talk about the show and how she came to be involved in it.
Debbie's website: http://www.deborahpainter.webs.com/