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[PROGRAM NOTE: We were just informed that Mr. Staake can't make program today!]
On the Thursday July 24th 2014 broadcast at 4PM Pacific/7PM Eastern our special guest is illustrator, designer, creator and idea guy Bob Staake.
More about Bob:
'In a recent online interview, Drawn.ca suggested that "to say Bob Staake is just an illustrator is like saying 'The Beatles' were just a bunch of musicians; the title doesn't do the artist justice" and Publisher's Weekly commented that "Bob Staake's modern, crisp illustrations ... practically jump off the page."
'One of the nation's most successful illustrators, his clients have included The New Yorker, TIME, McDonald's, Vanity Fair, Amtrak, Young & Rubicam, American Express, Sony, United Airlines, Nickelodeon, Sports Illustrated For Kids, Ralston Purina, Hallmark Cards, Kenner Toys, US News and World Report, Fortune, The Washington Post, AT&T, Sega, TWA, Dr.Pepper, The Chicago Tribune, Good Humor, Warner Books, Kellogg's, Cartoon Network, Turner Broadcasting, The Wall Street Journal, AOL/Time Warner, Forbes, Simon and Schuster, The Ren and Stimpy Show, MAD, USA Today, Children's Television Workshop, Blockbuster Video, The Walt Disney Company, Anheuser-Busch, Doubleday, Klutz Press, Hershey's, Target Stores, Miami Herald, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Fleishman-Hillard, DMBB, and countless others.
Join us for a fun and informative chat!
A NAPPA, Parents’ Choice and Creative Child Magazine award winner, Drawing with Mark is hosted by Mark Marderosian, a respected professional cartoonist and former Disney illustrator with over 25 years of experience Drawing with Mark teaches children of all ages the fundamentals of drawing.
The series discusses shapes, parallel lines, shading, dimension, stick figures and action lines so a budding artist can feel comfortable moving forward and expanding his/her creativity. Each DVD consists of two 30-minute episodes that combine a field trip to a cool destination with two drawing lessons relating to the field trip, colorful animation, fun facts, trivia, and suggested reading books. The Drawing with Mark series is targeted to children ages 5 to 9 years old.
Join us on The Shift this week as we talk illustrating and making art fun for everyone with Mark Marderosian. Check out a quick video on drawing Saturn here.
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.
Elisa Kleven, author and illustrator produced over thirty picture books. She shares her inspiring stories and experiences by visiting schools, libraries and bookstores.
Her books have received awards and honors from the American Library Association, The New York Times, The Junior Library Guild, School Library Journal, The American Booksellers Association and the American Institute of Graphic Arts. Her pictures from Abuela are part of "Storyland," a traveling, interactive exhibit of seven classic children's books featured at Children's Museums nationwide and her story, The Paper Princess, has been adapted for two theater productions, one at the world's largest arts festival in Edinburgh, Scotland and the other in Northern California.
Join Elisa Kleven and me on Tuesday, December 17, 10-11 A.M. CT US for a conversation about her latest American Booksellers’ Association Best Book for Children titled, Cozy Light, Cozy Night.
About the Author:
Mr. Hobbs (Mark Hobson) is from Lincoln, NE, where he competed on the University of Nebraska men's gymnastics team. Following graduation, he coached club level children's gymnastics, where he discovered their love for stories. The name "Mr. Hobbs" comes from a stuffed frog that Mr. Hobson played with as a child at his grandmother's hosue. Mr. Hobbs now resides in a place of honor in the author's home. Mr. Hobson currently lives in Omaha, NE. with his wife Ann and their youngest daughter, Sarah, who paints beautiful pictures with her music. He enjoys continuing to share his love of stories with all ages.
About the Illustrator:
Molly Hobson studied art education at the University of Nebraska where she developed her talent for interpreting children's stories through her illustrations. This is her second book collaboration with her dad, Mark Hobson, and she is currently working on her own writing projects. Ms. Hobson enjoys creating beautiful images that encourage children to both follow and never give up on their dreams.
Week three of Behind the Scenes on Behind the Words brings you an exciting and talented illustrator of children’s books. Join us for this exciting conversation on Saturday, January 18th at 2:00 EST.
Born in Dawson Springs, Kentucky, Mark Wayne Adams graduated college with a BFA in Drawing from Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky. He then moved to Central Florida, and has called Florida home for over twenty years. His work experience includes Walt Disney World Company, SeaWorld Orlando, Art Director for GSI Architectural Sign Company, and store manager for Sprint Print, Inc. Mark is now CEO of Mark Wayne Adams, Inc. and serves as President Elect for the Florida Authors and Publishers Association.
Mark has illustrated over thirty children's books in six years winning numerous children's book awards. An unexpected reward in his publishing journey has been public speaking. Whether at professional organizations or elementary schools, Mark offers valuable insight, inspiring presentations, and a voice that reaches audiences across the United States.
Mark Wayne Adams can be reached at www.markwayneadams.com or via email at mwa_Inc@icloud.com. Follow him on Twitter: @markwayneadams
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Ray Lai is a concept illustrator and prop designer working in the film industry with a special knack for and love of sci-fi and fantasy projects. He has worked on many features films such as Neill Blomkamp's Elysium, Joseph Kosinski's TRON Legacy, José Padiha's Robocop, Zack Snyder's Watchmen, Catherine Hardwicke's Red Riding Hood, Miguel Sapochnik's Repo Men, both Fantastic Four films, X-Men 2 and X-Men 3, Night at the Museum 1, 2 and 3, Underworld Awakening, Underworld Evolution, The A-Team, The Core, Thirteen Ghosts, I Spy and I Robot. And the upcoming features, Duncan Jones's Warcraft, Sergey Bodrov's Seventh Son, Sam Taylor-Johnson's Fifty Shades of Grey and Chris Wedge's Monster Trucks. Has also designed key props for Cabin in the Woods, Mission Impossible 4, Percy Jackson 1 and 2. Ray is a big fan of practical visual effects and miniatures. His approach to designing props is not unlike an industrial designer, except that his designs might exist in a future world or a fantasy world. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Charmaine Lurch is an artist based in Toronto.
Please, note that due to a phone difficulty, the interview recording is now available at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/multiple-arts/2013/03/25/charmaine-lurch--artist-educator-illustrator
Charmaine’s work investigates, through a melding of sculptural and pictorial elements, themes of family, culture and the figure. An integration of mixed media and recycled objects, such as a window frame and an old iron chair, maximizes on the potential of metal wiring as a powerful means of expression. The line, whether represented by wire or paint, is a strong element in Charmaine’s work. It is the medium, embodying seduction and strength.
Charmaine holds a degree from Sheridan College and also studied at The Ontario College of Art & Design, and School of Visual Arts, in New York City. Her travels to Africa, Europe and Asia have greatly influenced her work, and her paintings have been exhibited and collected by private collectors around the world. Charmaine has a passion for children’s literature and a talent for bringing it to life on paper. She has illustrated and designed many children's books including textbooks and early readers. Her projects are inclusive of diverse populations and serve as enrichment and support for teachers.
Her website is http://charmainelurch.ca
Join Kori in a lively chat with illustrator Christopher Brown. He's a filmmaker, illustrator, graphic designer and cartoonist from the DC metropolitan area. He is currently in the process of writing and developing a few animated shorts and comics aimed at people of color. His last short, Bullet Head - which he co-wrote and co-produced - made the rounds at a film festival in New York.
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Dorm Room Television chats with creator and illustraor of "Coily & Cute" Sharee Miller. We find out what made her become and artist and how she created a successful business using her natural gifts and talent.
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Episode 9 of the Written Word: Host Alicia talks with author/illustrator Rebecca Yee and children's book author Elizabeth Shanks.
Bronx born Rush Humphrey was influenced early on by the work of classic comic books and hero cartoons. He studied at the New York School of Art and Design and later at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Rush studied under notable mentors: Will Eisner; father of the graphic novel and Harvey Kurtzman; creator of the world famous Mad magazine among many others. Today, his work is primarily using pen, ink, pastels, watercolors and his favored medium, digital painting. His commissioned work can be found in private collections and in his first crime novel called Guns and Daughters.
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