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Advice from artists on how to get ready for a studio tour or to set up an art booth at a fare. Keep your eye on the prize, engage your audience of all ages. Call in and add your expertise to the show! East Boulder County Artists join us for this show, welcome to the tour.
Suzanne Webel, Roni LaVine, ronilynn.com, Anita Jantz, JantzArt.com, Nina MacLeod Freda, Nina MacLeod Freda, NinasArtDesigns.com, Mary Barron, adagioartglass.com, Susan Helen Strok, SusanHelenStrok.com, Karen Divine, KarenDivinePhotography.com, Willy Eggerman, WilliEggerman.com, 88 88 ArtLook, 8888ArtLook.com, Annette Coleman, AnnetteColemanArtist.com, Linda Everson, Linda Everson, LindaCEverson.com, Linda Gleitz, LindaGleitzArt.com, Joan Jordon, JoanJordanDesign.com, Molly Hargarten, MollyHargarten.com
Sculptural furniture artist William Rhodes began his creative journey at the Baltimore School for the Arts. He then earned a BA in Furniture Building and Design from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and a MFA from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. Rhodes’ creative works are in the collections of various galleries and museums and featured in several major publications.
"The Russ Ramos Radio Show" next Sunday, June 30th @ 3pm PST/6pm EST. Please feel free to call in to ask questions or talk to me live about my art and my group traveling exhibition entitled "Ashe to Amen". The number to call is 347-215-7760. Listed below is a link to the show.
Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. We will be talking to CEOs and business leaders who have won awards won, innovated with new products and services.
Today's guest is Benedict Leca. He is Curator European Paintings & Scupture. We'll be talk about what is new at the Art Museum and what is coming up in the future.
His perspectives on the current three major exhibits at the Art Museum. First is the Monet exhibit. Monet in Giverny: Landscapes of Reflection. Monet's late works depicting iconic motifs from his garden in Giverny, such as the Japanese footbridge, water lilies, and wisterias are among the most innovative of the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
The second is the Picasso’s prints.
The third are Nick Cave's fabulious sound suits called Meet Me at the Center of the Earth.
This show streamed live on Thursday April 5th at 4 PM. You can listen to the show on Apple iTunes as a Podcast. You can add the podcast at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Cincy-Business-talk.rss You can add Cincy-Business-Talk as an RSS feed to your Outlook email program. The exact feed is http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Cincy-Business-talk.rss
PROGRAM NOTE: The interview begins at 1:16 mark, don't give up!! My guest on the Thursday, October 21, 2010 program at 3PM Pacific/6PM Eastern is Thomas Mann, see: http://http://thomasmann.com/, for his work, gallery, exhibition schedule, retail locations, and more.
Thomas Mann has been an active participant in the contemporary American craft movement for the past thirty years as an artist, gallery owner and lecturer.
He describes himself as an artist working in the medium of jewelry and sculpture. The primary design vocabulary which he employs in the making of jewelry objects combines industrial aesthetics and materials and with evocative romantic themes and imagery. He calls this design system Techno.Romantic¨. Though it is not the only design mode in which he works, it is the one for which he and his work is best known.
Thomas Mann lives and works in New Orleans where he oversees a jewelry design and production studio, a sculpture studio, and gallery. He currently exhibits his jewelry and sculpture with some 250 galleries and stores in the US and abroad, and at premier craft events around the US.
Thomas makes the following attractive offer: 'If you are planning to travel to New Orleans, please visit Thomas Mann Gallery I/O (insight-full objects) at 1812 Magazine (at Felicity). To view the gallery's current exhibition schedule please click here: http://thomasmann.com/aboutthomasmann.htm
Please join us for a fun, and informative hour with Thomas Mann.