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Show title was Freedom via Canvas, not sure why but I changed it. Update:right now this episode is not available. it is in editing. please enjoy this lovely song though via Bob Ross Everyone Likes Bob. Nothing cooler than watching a painting that looks like crap turn into a master piece. Make sure you check out Bob Ross in rap mode below #BobsABos Time to paint Happy anarchy trees!
I'll get the old profile back soon, and this wont happen again. Brooke's profile was commandeered for the greater good of the public. She resisted. a few seconds ago · Like
The Business Forum Show with Kevin Hunter and David Ford, broadcasting from the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Our first guest is Bob Niemann from Niemann Painting. Niemann Painting was established in 1989. After serving in the United States Air Force both stateside and abroad, Bob returned home to work in the construction field. Over the last 20 years, he's done everything from footings and foundations, all the way to fine finishes. If an effort toe provide the best quality craftmanship, Bob Niemann has focused on industry leading painting applications and techniques. Niemann Painting now offers epoxy floors for commercial and residential settings, and can include custom graphics, logos, or inlays. Niemann Painting was part of the well known TV show "Extreme Home Make-overs." Find more information at http://www.niemannpainting.com/
In the second half, David O'Brien from Hidden Fence of Minnesota joins us to talk about their family owned business.The experienced team at Hidden Fence of Minnesota will help you to acheive the safety and pleasure associated with a hidden dog fence done right. They use great quality wire and connectors, high quality components and pride themselves on doing great work for less money than their competitors. Bruce Peterson and Hidden Fence of Minnesota provide safe and affordable pet fencing to the Twin Cities, Minneapolis - Saint Paul area. This company is a local, family owned company with 18+ years experience in this field. Whether you want a new pet fence installed or service on another brand of electronic dog fencing system by an independent contractor, Hidden Fence of Minnesota is a great choice!
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 and artist Crystal Cook. Join Leslie and Crystal as they discuss painting commissions and how you can boost your art career if they are done right!
Click here to see the art featured by over 400 artists in the 30 Paintings in 30 Days September Challenge.
Diane Williams of Art to Di For is back with us on Blog Talk Radio to fill us in on what she has been up to with her decorative painting projects. With summer in full swing, how about a decorative painted umbrella to match your patio furniture? She can do that! Do you want a unique one-of-a-kind painted piece for your home? She can do that too. Diane's newest project involves decorative concrete painting. She has mastered it for indoors and is currently testing it for outdoor concrete applications. It is always an interesting and fun time when Diane stops by to chat with us. You don't want to miss this show.
Forty-five minutes west of Walt Disney's make-believe history, archaeologists dig for real artifacts. Hunched over a shallow, square excavation, they search for Peliklakaha, the largest Black Seminole village, Fort Mose known to historians, a place where different cultures joined in a fight for freedom more than 200 years ago. Until now, say University of Florida archaeologists, Peliklakaha existed only in the writings of military leaders and a painting commissioned by the U.S. general who had burned it down.
Join The Gist of Freedom with Historian Gilbert Raiford!
Show hosts, Wade Zahares, Mike Dubisch and Carolyn Watson Dubisch talk with artists from across America and all over the world.Our first guest is fantasy artist, Gilead. Creator of the coloring book series "Gilead's Goblinz", and the art series "Fantasy Life". From the artist:Fantasy Life is a hobby, passion, curious habit of mine, call it what you like. I take old sketches from my life drawing class and transform them into works of fantasy art by adding costumes, monsters, settings etc. So they are fantasy drawings done from life therefore Fantasy Life. Some are sold at science fiction conventions or street fairs, others are sold at Method art gallery in Scottsdale Arizona which is one of the largest and most prestigious gallery districts in the world." Our second guest is internationally acclaimed and award-winning artist, Susan Barken. Her passion for pets and their people is clearly seen in each of her realistic ,yet whimsical watercolor art. Unaware of her gift as an artist until 1997 when she took an amateur art course for fun. Susan surprised herself at her new found ability! Susan’s work is seen in many prestigious homes and offices across the United States.She and her husband Larry live in Phoenix, with Sparky, a jack Russell rescue, watching every move. Our final guest is Maine artist Jamie Hogan. Jamie's illustrations have appeared in American Illustration, PRINT Magazine, Graphis, and the Society of Illustrators, as well as publications from the Los Angeles Times to Maine Magazine. Jamie teaches Illustration at Maine College of Art in Portland. She's the author/illustrator of The Seven Days of Daisy,and the illustrator of many award-winning children’s books.She lives on Peaks Island with her husband, Marty Braun, and their daughter Daisy. Jamie draws inspiration from moonlight, reflections, pink clouds, wishing on the first star, and the raw beauty that is Maine.
Milling About visits The Evergreen Inn Bed & Breakfast in Spring Lake Heights, New Jersey. Dating back to 1873, it was once a stagecoach stop. Innkeeper Laurie runs the inn like she's hosting a dinner party or hanging with friends at the local Jersey Shore pub. A great storyteller, she entertains her guests at breakfast. If you're still sleeping or even slightly hung over she is the perfect wake-up call! Her juice glasses are on a slant to confuse you even more. She says, 'it's 140 years old so I don't know if I'm the one that's slanted in my 40s or the house is slanted but it works for me!'
One wonders if her five year-old daughter is an inspiration, joking she's a 'beard' for her goofiness. Leaving the corporate world she fell into hospitality having a Yureka moment finding a Christmas ornament that said 'Evergreen Inn.' Since 1997, she put her management skills to work with a homey renovation. The rooms are named for evergreens like The Redwood, a tribute to The Eagles' Hotel California and her 'thing' for Don Henley complete with mirrors on the ceiling and pink champagne on ice.
It's Halloween so everybody loves a good ghost story. Laurie was busy painting alone on the third floor at 2AM when she distinctly heard her name. She laughs, 'Turns out it was an ex-boyfriend calling from across the street at the 7-11 for a booty call at two in the morning!'
Breakfast is the main attraction with names like 50 Ways To Leave Your Lovah French Toast, Brie Rules The World Eggs; one with lobster because hey, it's the beach. Laurie gleefully recites the ingredients as you enter the dining room insisting on seconds.
Special Guest: Co Host, Monica Rosales of DocMiami.org
Derek Garcia and his twin brother Eric grew up loving Halloween and as kids they were influenced by their father and his stories of how he would make his own Halloween costumes. Also Their first trip to Universal Studios Orlando was a major influence and seeing the live "Horror Makeup Show" which explained a lot on the Special FX makeup industry. The show had a big impact on them and help them further grow their interest in movie FX makeup. From then on they grew up making monster makeup creations every Halloween.
With expertise in airbrushing, painting, sculpting and concept design, Derek and Eric have worked alongside each other on numerous projects, including seasonal work at Universal Studio's Halloween Horror Nights, Grinchmas and Beetlejuice Graveyard Review, a live stage show in Orlando Florida.
Derek went on to also work at Horror Nights at Europa Park in Germany, and working on Commercials and TV shows filmed in Miami like "Burn Notice", "The Glades", and "Graceland". Eric has also worked 3 years as a seasonal makeup artist at Halloween Bash at Ocean Park in Hong Kong.
Derek And Eric Garcia were also contestants in the SyFy channel's hit reality Makeup FX competition series "Face Off" season 3.
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.
An amazing discussion about dreaming and creating with Rassouli!
RASSOULI is a visionary artist, known for his unique style of Fusionart. He was born in Isfahan, Iran and migrated to the United States as a young man. He is currently residing in Southern California. Guided by his Sufi uncle, Rassouli grew up hearing and reading mystical poetry while studying under painting masters, and eagerly searching volumes of artistic works of varied traditions and styles. He roamed the art museums, won awards for his paintings, and traveled in classical Europe as a teenager. He came to the United States in 1963 to have the freedom to explore his artistic drive. Here, he studied fine arts and architecture at the University of New Mexico and environmental psychology at the University of Southern California.