• 01:31

    Linda Palmer in “Loose Watercolor”

    in Spirituality

    Join Andrew Aloha “Live”
    with Linda Palmer
    in “Loose Watercolor”
    SuNite, 15 January 2012
    From 7 – 8:30pm MST
    On Spiritual Image Production’s BlogTalkRadio
    After having raised three children and many years spent in sales and marketing, Linda Palmer was asked what she would like to do. When she realized she had no answer her husband suggested that she do something she had loved doing as a child. That was to draw and paint.
    A native Coloradoan, Linda’s favorite art is the scenery, wildflowers and trout of any variety. The love of her surroundings helps to influence her art daily. Covering a wide spectrum of mediums from hand painted furniture to large murals, acrylics to watercolor, she enjoys the challenge and variation.....for more on this story go to www.spiritualimageproductions.com/LiveFromSedona
    For more on Linda Palmer and “Loose Watercolor” go to: www.linda-palmer.artistwebsites.com
    Visit Us @ www.spiritualimageproductions.com/SIP_divine_events
    Andrew Aloha

  • 00:45

    # 137 Seth Hudson

    in Art

    Seth Hudson is an artist and educator from Pittsburg, Texas.  He teaches Art at Pittsurg High School and holds a Master of Art Education degree from Austin College in Sherman, Texas.

  • 00:34

    The Art of Life and Travel: An Art Filled Conversation with Carol Duchamp

    in Art

    Today we will have a lively conversaton with artist Carol DuChamp about the Art of Life and the Art of Trekking. She is fellow Arts and Healing artist and currently she is in our Art 4 All People exhibiton, MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing at the Institute for Art and Healing at Commonweal in Bolinas.  Listen in for the transformation.

    A local Bolinas resident, Carol Duchamp began her practice as a painter in 1985 under the watercolor mentorship of artist Jackie Kirk, and began exhibiting her paintings in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1993.

    Indeterminacy and chance play a role, as does the element of water. Carol paints on pre-soaked 300-lb Arches watercolor paper. Her process takes place in the unplanned moment. This is both the beauty and the challenge. If the spirit is clear at the time of painting, access to intuitive resources becomes easier. If the mind is cluttered, the level of concentration is diminished and the result put at risk. 

    Carol is passionate about the healing powers of creativity, and imagination as essential creative principle. She taught Healing Art Transition courses at UC Santa Cruz Extension and enjoys helping others nurture their inner artist. She studied Transformative Arts at JFKU in Berkeley. She is founder and director of Art Trek, a small company that orchestrates travel study art classes to exotic such as France, French Polynesia, Italy, the American Southwest and Bali & Java, Indonesia. Carol is also a writer whose novella Garlic and Roses is nearing completion.




    destinations such as France, French Polynesia, Italy, the American Southwest and Bali & Java, Indonesia. Carol is also a writer whose novella Garlic and Roses is nearing completion.

  • 00:31

    Meet Artist Lola Juris

    in Business

    Today my guest is Lola Juris. Lola's major passion is water-media, and she finds the inquisition of shapes a constant source of exploration.  She prefers an intimate view, focusing on lush, lyrical shapes that display a sensuality bordering on the erotic.  Her play of colors hopes to illuminate the shadows of the heart. 

    Her recent works reflect a continuing departure from the direct influence of nature, and they establish an ethereal atmosphere that searches for what to reveal and what to conceal.  She uses the self as a filter to explore the world around her.  In this way she articulates herself.

    "Each image is an invitation into a personal and intimate world into which I plan to seduce the viewer.  Therefore, watercolor's unpredictability and delightful happenings that appear without apparent effort, suggest a communication with accidents that make it the perfect medium  for this adventure."

  • 00:20

    Author Rosemary Evans on Write Now Radio!

    in Writing

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    Viki Winterton interviews Rosemary Evans!

    Rosemary Evans, two-time award-winning author, is the mother of four children and grandmother of fourteen. She is originally from Ontario, Canada, and now lives in Lake Oswego, Oregon.

    Rosemary has created the exquisite Teeny Tiny Tina series, The Adventures of the Little Prince and The Little Princesses Magical Party books. All four books recently received the Mom's Choice Awards Gold Medal and the Royal Dragonfly Book Awards First Place. 

    In addition to her children's books, Rosemary is the author of six eBooks, and she is an accomplished watercolor artist.


  • 01:03

    CYGN: Art and Architecture: Future Possibilities

    in Youth

    Join us here on Conscious Youth Global Network Radio, as we continue to explore the possibilities of our youth’s potential by giving them the platform to share their views and their artistic expressions with our listeners.  Our topic will be: Art and Architecture: Future Possibilities. We will be speaking with two dynamic individuals, both are natives of Los Angeles. Austin Adams, who’s currently studying architecture, shares some very inspirational words that all youth can benefit from.  Our second guest, Maria Cruz, a phenomenal visual artist and expressionist and a founder of the successful Artwalk project in Lemiert Park Village, will also share her wisdom of art and life. This dialogue promises to be very interesting! Tune in!

    Austin Adams was born and raised in Los Angeles. He graduated from Loyola High School in 2013. There he ran track and cross country all four years and was an active member in campus ministry. In his freshman and sophomore years he helped tutor eighth grade students to prepare for the high school placement test. During high school he also volunteered at the Jenesse Center which is a non-profit domestic violence abuse center that has rehabilitation programs to help battered families integrate back into a normal life. With the Jenesse Center, he was a Youth Conversations Leader and a camp counselor during the summer. 

    Maria Elena Cruz is an active artist and curator, and the mother of two children, aged seven and eight. She has taught art for 15 years, and believes that art can help children and adults development and ease them through difficult times of transition – something she has experience with firsthand.  She taught at Optimist High for eight years and taught watercolor, mixed media art, and figure drawing at UCLA for four years.

  • 00:31

    A Moment with Vocalist Judi Silvano

    in Entertainment

    Judi Silvano is a singer, composer and artist. To date Judi has released 10 recordings in the jazz and healing meditation genres.  Judi has been named Top 10 Vocalist four times in Downbeat Magazine, Best Jazz Singer in the Hudson Valley and has contributed articles to All About Jazz & Jazz Improv Magazine.  Judi also paints in watercolor, pastel and oil, drawing inspiration from the beauty of the Hudson Valley were she resides. For more about Judi visit: www.judisilvano.com

  • 00:31

    ANYTHING GOES Uvi Poznansky

    in Entertainment

    Bennet Pomerantz discusses anything with media Guests on his Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES

    Tonight's guest is Uvi Poznansky, who  is a California-based author, poet and artist.

    She earned her B. A. in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion in Haifa, Israel. During her studies and in the years immediately following her graduation, she practiced with an innovative Architectural firm, taking a major part in the large-scale project, 'Home for the Soldier'; a controversial design that sparked fierce public debate.

    At the age of 25 Uvi moved to Troy, N.Y. with her husband and two children. Before long, she received a Fellowship grant and a Teaching Assistantship from the Architecture department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where she guided teams in a variety of design projects; and where she earned her M.A. in Architecture. Then, taking a sharp turn in her education, she earned her M.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of Michigan.

    During the years she spent in advancing her career--first as an architect, and later as a software engineer, software team leader, software manager and a software consultant (with an emphasis on user interface for medical instruments devices)--she wrote and painted constantly, and exhibited in Israel and California. In addition, she taught art appreciation classes. Her versatile body of work can be seen online at uviart.com. It includes bronze and ceramic sculptures, oil and watercolor paintings, charcoal, pen and pencil drawings, and mixed media.

     She won great acclaim for her novel, Apart From Love, and for her poetry book, Home (in tribute to her father. Her collection of dark tales, Twisted, and her Historical Fiction book, A Favorite Son, are both new age, biblically inspired books. Rise to Power (the first volume in her new series, The David Chronicles) has just been published.

  • 01:06

    DSMALive 'Rents: Grown Kids with Melinda Vahradian

    in Health

    DSMALive 'Rents talks about being teh 'Rent of Grown Kids with Melinda Vahradian


    Melinda is the mother of 3 grown sons: Daniel, 25, getting his MS in Kinesiology at Cal State Fullerton, Michael 22, dxd with Type 1 diabetes on 6/30/97 at age 5, he just finished his BA in Psychology at UCSC in 3.5 years and is currently pursuing his dream of coaching soccer and Dylan, 20, a triple major ( Spanish, Political Science and Philosphy) at the University of Portland.

    She have been married to her husband, Scott, for 27 years. Melinda has been involved in teaching Special Education for the last 30 years.  She also enjoy  watercolor painting, photography, gardening, pets, and collecting sea glass.

  • 01:01

    Margaret Susan Lowell Interview on Her Famous Art Career and Memory Loss

    in Caregiving

    A month before the murder of his wife, Nicole, O.J. Simpson posed for Margaret Susan Lowell in the living room of his Bel Air home. Lowell sketched his face, mixed paint to match his skin tone and then took photographs to aid her later. As she had done with dozens of players before him, Lowell did her preliminary work at the football player's home, then returned to her studio to complete the portrait. Some hang in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, and others in an alumni museum in the San Francisco Bay area. Margaret ticks off a list of who's who in football as she recalls the portraits she has done: 49ers Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Ronnie Lott and Dwight Clark to name a few. John Maranz. Her father was a world-famous artist who painted Dwight D. Eisenhower, Winston Churchill and General Douglas MacArthur. She was hospitalized with a stroke that left her with no memory for 1 year. Her memory miraculously came back (to her doctors unbelief)! She is currently living at an assisted living center in Glendale, Ca. where she gives watercolor classes to the residents there, and is doing very well.

    Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, author of numerous articles and books, speaker, life coach, and radio talk-show host for caregivers who are burned out, but his most important role is being a caregiver to his lovely wife, Charlene. His latest book that he is now working on is entitled: "The Caregiver's Caregiver, A Guide to Avoiding Burnout & Surviving Grief." It is designed to teach caregivers who are taking care of their loved ones how to take care of themselves FIRST. If they don't learn this, they will likely suffer burnout and become as helpless as the person they are caring for. Tune in every Wed at Noon PST, (Re-broadcast on Saturdays at 3:30pm PST) for interviews with experts in the caregiving field, as they discuss topics of great interest to caregivers and the disabled.

  • 01:01

    Anastasia Barracks - Through The Medium of Watercolor

    in Spirituality

    "Whether we realize it or not, nature is a part of our everyday lives and influences us in a variety of ways. Abstract Details of Nature, which reflects the major theme in my pieces provides a way of going beyond the surface and reaching into nature’s inner core; helping observers understand it in a more meaningful way."
    Join Anastasia and I as we explore the weaving of color, nature and our spiritual journeys. Visit her website today at www.chiffoncreations.webs.com.

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