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Celebrated artist Felix Fu, stationer of Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart, shares his life lessons.
Felix Fu is an artist and visual storyteller who was born and raised in Hong Kong. Now living and working in Newton, Massachusetts, Felix creates tiny watercolors that capture the joy, beauty and essence of life. Charming and whimsical, his images have a nostalgic feeling that reminds one of a simpler, more magical time. Perhaps it is the flavor of the English influence in Hong Kong blended with New England tradition and a dash of child-like enthusiasm. Felix Doolittle stationery is unlike any other - each piece is like a miniature work of art. The Doolittle signature style includes full color illustrations, quality heavy paper, rounded corners and complementing illustrated envelopes. As friends and family receive your invitations and announcements, we hope our stationery conveys the joy with which it was created.
Visit www.felixdoolittle.com for more information
Sandra Chang-Adair is a self-taught artist that is passionate about delineating the beauty of the human form. She embraces fantasy art and eroticism in her paintings. In her earlier work, she enjoyed creating powerful, domineering women, often subjugating their male counterparts. Her recent characters are depicted as fairies, mermaids, knights, heroines and mythical characters in the steam punk genre. She loves interjecting subtle humor in her vignettes (often sneaking in her beloved dogs). Her medium of choice is digital, drawing from scratch and using Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter. She also loves oils, acrylics and watercolors.
8:30 PM Eastern Time Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier, Queen of Hoopla as she interviews Carl David
Carl David. Third Generation Fine Art Dealer. His 4th generation family owned and operated Fine Art Gallery, the David David Gallery, in Philadelphia specializes in 17th - 20th century American & European paintings, watercolors, drawings, and sculptures. Author of "Collecting & Care of Fine Art" (Crown NY) 1981, "Bader Field; How My Family Survived Suicide" (Nightengale Press) 2008/2009, and "Waking Dreams" (coming 2014)
Four our 4th season premiere we welcome to the show Artist Bernard Hoyes.
Bernard Stanley Hoyes’ professional artist career began at the early age of nine in his home town of Kingston, Jamaica. Bernard's mother sold his wood carvings and watercolors to visitors at the Jamaica Tourist Board to help maintain the household and support his creative efforts.
Hoyes first exposure to professional art education was at the institute of Jamaica, Junior Art Centre. At age 15 He moved to New York to live with his father, attend school and continue his art endeavors. He attended evening classes at the Art Students League, excelling quickly. Hoyes matured as a painter and a sculptor under the apprenticeship of established artists such as Norman Lewis, Huie Lee Smith and John Torres. A Ford Foundation Scholarship was received which allowed him to study with professional artists in a Summer Arts program at Vermont Academy in Saxtons River, Vermont.
Hoyes received a scholarship to finish his academic studies at Vermont Academy for the next two years; where his work was featured in Vermont Life, Stage IV and Vermont 70 Magazines. He was instrumental in the development of a formal Art Department there and at graduation was given a solo exhibition at the Shepardson Center Gallery on Campus. Upon graduation Hoyes received the Frederick Stanley Art Award.
Health Chat with Kat with guest Christia Cummings
Christia, was born an artist, empath, clairvoyant, and a channel of Spirit. My grandmother said I could draw and play cards before I could walk. I have always drawn upon Nature as my inspiration for healing and my art. In 1991, I spent time in Italy's Umbria region and discovered a new technique for my watercolors. While working on my Masters Thesis I discovered that the doodles I had been drawing all my life, were symbols from ancient cultures. This led me to combine my intuitive abilities with my artistic talents.
In 1995, I had a spiritual awakening with a chorus of Angels-- a momentous event in my life – which caused me to open myself up to Spirit and the magical, inspirational multi-dimensional Universe.. Around this same time, Arch Angel Gabriel placed his horn in my Throat Chakra. Arch Angel Gabriel is a communicator between heaven and Earth so this event allows my voice to be an instrument of Angelic Healing.
I teach practical tools on how to open to a dialogue with your angels and spirit guides during my healing sessions and classes. The Angel Light energy comes through my artwork into your home and environment. Everything I do, say, or touch has Angelic Energy. It has been my prayer for over 20 years that I be a pure channel of the Highest Love and Light, and that I am of service to the Light.
Guided by The Arch Angels, I began working with clients from all over the world.The Angels have told me that I AM a bridge from the Angelic Realm to this 3D Human Realm. They have asked me to call myself an Angel Medium.
Danimator visted the Alternative Press Expo and throws Biff off the geek-rails with a "magic helmet"
Danimator's APE buddy links
Karen's Kickstarter Site Gus Doug Pham Cecilia Wong Deyanira Babcock Brandon Dicks Paul Tanompong Marco Kunardi (cool, custom dolls) Ben Seto Cindy Ng Kris Toscanini Tu-Anh Nguyen Steph Laberis Andy Ristaino
Also mentioned Cool Cat Blue. Un-mentioned Too DX, I wanted this card, mini watercolors!</
How did an American graphic designer from Detroit become a law teacher and songwriter in the south of France? Good question! Join us as we engage in the art of conversation with Jamie Alexander Dumont. She shares with us her cross-cultural experiences of working and living in France, reflects on the differences between living there and in Southeast Michigan and how she dare set this bold goal when she was in middle school and how she worked to have this dream come through. Jamie is a talented artist, as both a watercolor painter, photographer and graphic designer. You can enjoy her portfolio and many of the works mentioned at: www.jamiealexander.net ANOTHER PODCAST YOU MAY ENJOY: Danielle Workman shares with us the complexity of making life work as a business professional, single parent of both teenagers and toddlers, and serving as a part of her community. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onthedeanslist/2013/06/26/danielle-workman
Mollie Katzen, with over six million books in print, is listed by the New York Times as one of the best-selling cookbook authors of all time. A 2007 inductee into the James Beard Cookbook Hall of Fame—and largely credited with moving plant-based cuisine from the fringe to the center of the American dinner plate—Katzen has been named by Health Magazine as one of The Five Women Who Changed the Way We Eat, and she has been a member of the faculty at Healthy Kitchens, Healthy Lives, the groundbreaking annual symposium co-hosted by The Culinary Institute of America and the Harvard School of Public Health, since its inception. Katzen is a charter member of the Harvard School of Public Health Nutrition Roundtable and an inaugural honoree of the Natural Health Hall of Fame. An award-winning illustrator and designer as well as bestselling cookbook author and popular public speaker, she is best known as the creator of the groundbreaking classics Moosewood Cookbook, and The Enchanted Broccoli Forest. Her other books include the award-winning, best-selling children's cookbook trilogy, dubbed “the gold standard of children's cookbooks” by the New York Times: Pretend Soup, Honest Pretzels, and Salad People. Mollie Katzen has collaborated on several projects with Walter Willett, MD of Harvard, most notably the book Eat, Drink, & Weigh Less. Her other titles include Still Life with Menu, Vegetable Heaven, Sunlight Café, The Vegetable Dishes I Can't Live Without, and Get Cooking.
From 2003 through 2011, Katzen was a consultant to Harvard University Dining Services, and co-creator of their Food Literacy Project. Mollie Katzen's newest project (and 12th book) is The Heart of the Plate: Vegetarian Recipes for a New Generation (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, September 2013) – a 500-page tome, reflecting the evolution of her own cooking, and lavishly illustrated with her own watercolors, photos, and collages.
Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – Big Blend Radio hosts and publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com, chat with Lance Laber, Executive Director of the DeGrazia Foundation and DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, a 10-acre historic district in the foothills of Tucson’s Santa Catalina Mountains. Designed and built from the ground up by Arizona artist Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia, who achieved worldwide acclaim for his colorful paintings of native cultures of the Sonoran desert, the gallery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and included on the National Geographic Map Guide of the Sonoran Desert.Lance will discuss Ted DeGrazia’s life and art, plus the exhibits currently on display in the gallery, and the upcoming new exhibit "DeGrazia’s Wild Horses.” One of DeGrazia’s favorite subjects is celebrated in this new exhibit. Ranging from moody to exuberant and from realistic to abstract, many of the fifty paintings, drawings and watercolors featured have not been previously exhibited.
Nancy Lorraine author of The Butterfly Adventure, Garden Friends
Two young butterflies leave the comfort of their shady forest for the first time in Nancy Lorraine's The Butterfly Adventure. Exploring a brilliant wildflower garden in full bloom, the butterfly friends encounter exotic new insects and flowers - but most of all - the butterflies discover the value of friendship. Beautifully illustrated with original watercolors, each chapter of The Butterfly Adventure makes lovely bedtime reading for both parent and child.
Nancy Lorraine (Edelman) has a Ph.D. in Social Work. She worked for more than 30 years counseling families and children in crisis. Her mental health knowledge informs her stories. Lorraine, a master gardener, has an extensive backyard flower garden frequented by butterflies, dragonflies, and eight grandchildren. Her garden serves as a place of meditation and inspiration. The butterfly stories are works of joy.
"The Butterfly Adventure" is Nancy Lorraine's first published book. However, she just won an award in the Porter Fleming Literary Competition for a non-fiction essay. She and Dot Herron, the illustrator, are working on a sequel to "The Butterfly Adventure."
To purchase your copy visit Amazon.com: The Butterfly Adventure
ergio Lindop is a painter and professionaltattooer living in North Georgia. He has beentattooing for 10 years, working insome of the finest tattoo parlors in Georgiaand establishing himself as one of the toptattooers in the Southeast.As a painter, he works in watercolors, oils,and acrylics, in a variety of styles. Learningfrom his uncle, he advanced stubbornly towardshis own voice, creating a tapestry of love, sex,death, and religion...sometimes with subtlety,oftentimes with nightmarish honesty.He cites the old tattoo masters as his primaryinfluences in tattooing, but also Lil'D ofOakland, California for the original spark thatled to seeking an apprenticeship.Sergio's tattoos and paintings have appeared inseveral publications and media, including books,magazines, and television.He currently resides in Flowery Branch, Georgia.
Alexander Smith is a teacher, licensed clinical social worker, coach, writer, speaker, actor, and artist. Living with HIV since 2003, he was diagnosed on St. Patrick’s Day, and views that “lucky” day as the moment he began to live. In June of 2011, he was featured on CNN, commemorating 30 years of HIV/AIDS. Coming Out with his status has shifted the isolation, stigma, discrimination, and judgement that has accompanied his journey with the virus. Through this courageous and necessary action, more love, support, friendship, health, and abundance has graced his life. He is the vision behind Bless Your Virus, a movement and conversation aimed to inform and inspire. Its mission is to: 1.Deconstruct shame, stigma and secrets. 2.Spread compassion, courage, connection, kindness and kinship. 3.Teach others a mindfulness as they learn to bless their fear, disease, and virus. 4.Speak the C Word (cure).
Alexander is a native of Salt Lake City, Utah, and is currently living in Southern California. He has studied film and theater, earned a bachelor’s degree in human development from Brigham Young University, and a master’s of social work from the University of Utah. Shortly after his diagnosis he started using crystal meth as a means to feel alive, invincible, and uninfected. Coming In to an awareness of divine self, primarily through meditation and yoga, Alexander has experienced years of sobriety. Alexander is passionate about people, theater, film, food, wine, travel, watercolors, cashmere, coffee, mornings and men. He is a gifted therapist and coach and his practice is primarily based online from the comfort and coziness of your couch (via SKYPE or FACETIME). For more information about Alexander and his work, to view the CNN interview, or read his monthly column, Cashmere Sex, visit www.blessyourvirus.com
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