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So... I remarked to some Facebook friends that my head was elsewhere today, and that what I really wanted to do was make apple cake and paint. And that my brain is jell-o. I then asked them what I should talk about today, and they gave the answer that made the most sense: Apple Cake and Paint. And Jell-o. So... listen at your own risk, today. ;)
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights way to sell your art. Leslie is joined by October co-host Carol Marine. Do you often struggle with finding something new to paint? Would you like to paint a series but don’t know how to get started? Today we are going to offer ten great ideas on how you can find new and inspiring subjects to paint! Join us for a very informative show!
Mr. Let's Paint TV is going to be opening up his own car dealership -- Kildfuff Motors -- on May 8th at the Blackstone Gallery in downtown Los Angeles. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes ultra-creative painter/performance artist John Kilduff to the show on Saturday, May 3 from 2 - 3 pm ET (11 am - 12 pm PT) to talk about this ambitious art project.
At his new dealership, John will be making 3 - 4 life-sized cardboard cars in a "showroom" complete with sales people in suits, flags and balloons. Paintings of the cars will be on the wall, including the K-1000 XL pictured in this slide show. People who attend the event will enjoy free coffee and hot dogs.
For more information on the Hatchfund campaign that John has launched to make this epic dream come true, please go to Let's Fund Kilduff Motors. For more information on John, visit his web site, FB Page and check out one of his most famous You Tube.
In Touch Interviews 7-8 p.m. Author Andy Myers, psychic medium, will be discussing his book, Flying Paint Rollers from Heaven, including: Messages of Hope, Humor and Love from Beyond and other topics. Call in with questions 646-378-0378.
Remember what Nathanael Herreshoff said: "There are only two colors to paint a boat, black or white. And only a fool would paint a boat black."
We'll start you thinking about everything you need to know about gelcoat. What it is, how it affects a boat's construction, how to take care of it, how to repair it, and how to bring it back to that high-gloss beauty once it has started to fade.
But gelcoat isn't the only way to have a shiny hull: There's also paint, varnish, and new materials such as sharkskin.
Our guest is Mike Swietzer (Skagit Valley College). Mike is Department Chair of the college's Marine Maintenance Technology, located at Anacortes, Washington.
Barbara Jean promises she will tell us how she learned the finer points of watching paint dry at The WoodenBoat School in Brooklin, Maine. (Not for the faint of heart, she says.) And marine surveyor Pat Kearns will tell you what to look for in the shiny stuff before you fall too deepy in love with that previously own boat.
For more details, be sure to visit our website.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes veteran production assistant Michael DeChant and cameraman Doug Gritzmacher to Conversations LIVE to discuss their new project SOLDIERS OF PAINT.
Following commentary segment John Huff & Darryl Sargent are in the house. These two talented artists bring Kandyman Kustom Paint creations to the highest level's of craftmanship!
These two gifted artisans are also fun to talk to!
You can see their superior custom motorcycle building, painting, airbrushing, at http://kandymankustompaint.com
Join the conversation @ 646-721-9917
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights way to sell your art. Leslie is joined by November co-host Margaret Sheldon. On today’s show we will share ways you can stay positive in the studio when things around you aren’t so great. There are lots of ways to manage creativity and “real life”. Whether you are dealing with self doubt, a creative block or some real troubling life issues, today’s show will help you work through it!
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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
Confused about the color paint for your ceiling? We got you covered on this G+ chat about painting ceilings. Tune in.
We're looking up at the ceiling with #ColorChat hosts Donna Frasca and Lori Sawaya to talk about the much-talked-about topic of painting ceilings. What color do you choose?
Forget about white, and open your design minds for a fun discussion about what color can do for a small rooms, tall rooms, formal rooms, casual rooms, and everything in-between.
And we'll talk about how to know if painting ceiling a color (other than white) is a decision you'll love.
Donna Frasca is a certified color specialist and interior designer in Charlotte, NC. Lori Sawaya is a color strategist and IACC-NA certified color expert specializing in architectural color consultations. Together, Lori and Donna host the weekly #ColorChat every Tuesday at 4pmET on Twitter.
“I’ve noticed that there is a huge niche for just choosing color for inside homes, particularly homes that have an open floor plan.” - Donna Frasca
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.
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