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Heard Indian Market 2017 — Native American Art magazine
Native America Art magazine attends the 2017 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market on March 4 and 5 in Phoenix. The magazine was a proud media sponsor of the event, including the exclusive sponsor of the Best of Show event on March 3. Never miss another arts event again — subscribe at www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com.
Market Chat — Mark Sublette — Santa Fe Indian Market 2018
Mark Sublette of Medicine Man Gallery chats about his 2018 Santa Fe Indian Market experience. For more information about the magazine, visit www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com.
Jerry Saltz - Clarice Smith Distinguished Lecture Series - Smithsonian American Art Museum
Since 2007, Jerry Saltz has been the Senior Art Critic for New York Magazine. Before that, starting in 1998, he was Senior Art Critic for the Village Voice. He is a two-time Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Criticism and has had two volumes of criticism published. The 2007 winner of the Frank Jewett Mather Award in Art Criticism from the College Art Association, he has lectured widely including at Harvard, the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and many others. He has taught at Columbia University, Yale, RISD, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, among many others. In addition to having written for Frieze, Parkett, Art in America, and many other publications, he was recently ranked #57 “Most Powerful Person in the Art World” by ArtReview Magazine—one ahead of Jasper Johns. This talk is part of the American Art Museum’s annual speaker series, the Clarice Smith Distinguished Lectures in American Art.
2012 Henry Taylor - African American Artist Profile - W Magazine & New York Times
www.jaxsprats.com Jaxsprat's Unique Collectibles "If it's unique we have it" http://www.ioffer.com/i/rare-calvin-waller-burnett-signed-nude-oil-painting-140599877 http://www.addoway.com/viewad/1984-The-best-of-Bob-Marley... Henry Taylor, who lives in Los Angeles, paints fast, loose and sensuously on canvases great and small. Portraiture is his work's center of gravity. His subjects include friends, relatives, acquaintances from the art world and off the street, and heroes from the worlds of sports and politics. Along the way he takes in downbeat cityscapes patrolled by cop cars and envisions allegories of spiritual trauma in the Land of the Free. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/03/arts/design/henry-taylors-portraits-and-other-paintings-at-moma-ps1.html?_r=1&ref=arts Filmmaker Claudio Conti turns his Camera on unconventional but truly original African American Artist Henry Taylor for this Documentary Portrait currently airing on Wmag.com as part of a series on LA Artists for W Magazine's November 2011 Art Issue. http://www.bonanza.com/listings/1971-SIGNED-NUMBERED-ADEMOLA-OLUGEBEFOLA-FAMILY-PRINT/40455066 Subscribe to our channel. Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/jaxsprats Join our facebook fan page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jaxsprats-Unique-Collectib... http://www.bonanza.com/listings/FRAZIER-CERAMIC-JAMAICA-P... http://www.bonanza.com/listings/RARE-ILAN-HASSON-ISRAEL-J... http://www.ecrater.com/p/5501221/signed-roslyn-original-watercolor-children
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American art: HI-FRUCTOSE Magazine
https://www.instagram.com/vojislav.rad/ Hi-Fructose Volume 42 Preview! Featured in this issue is: A cover feature on the paintings of Tara McPherson, the Beyond Grotesque paintings of Christian Rex Van Minnen, the latest work from muralist and painter Andrew Schoultz, an exclusive interview with Alex Pardee, the pop mash-up wooden sculptures of Mike Leavitt, the animal/human hybrid paintings of Matthew Grabelsky, Brazilian sculptor Monica Piloni, painter and illustrator Moon Chanpil, the mysterious sculptures of Philip Jackson, and a review of French illustrator Jean Julien‘s latest monograph, plus a 16-page Ello X Hi-Fructose Emerging Artists Showcase!
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America Meredith: Artist, Curator & Magazine Publisher
As an artist and curator, America Meredith discovered a gap in critical perspectives of Native American art. So she created a magazine and is now filling that gap bringing more Native perspectives to the greater art world.
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Celebrating the Father of the American Art Furniture Movement: Wendell Castle
American sculptor, artist, educator, and industrial designer Wendell Castle is often referred to as the “father of the art-furniture movement.” His captivating use of color, material, and whimsy in creating unique furniture pieces earned him many awards, international accolades, and installations in museums around the world. From his studio in Scottsville, New York, to his enduring relationship with the Rochester Institute of Technology, Castle made a lifelong commitment to educating and sharing his artistic vision. Sadly, Castle passed away in January 2018. Here, RIT’s Josh Owen and Wendell Castle Studio craftsperson Bridget Sheehan discuss Castle’s work, his approach to design and education, and his enduring legacy in American design. For more great content like this, visit https://www.autodesk.com/redshift
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Richard McKinley art
Richard McKinley art Music, Ernesto Cortazar Richard McKinley has been a professional working artist / teacher for over 40 years. His work is represented in several national galleries and is in the permanent collection of the Butler Institute of American Art Museum (Ohio), City of Albuquerque (New Mexico), and the Hang Ming Shi Museum (China). He holds artist membership at the Salmagundi Club in NYC and has participated in their American Masters Exhibition. He holds Master Pastelist designation with the Pastel Society of America and in 2010 was inducted into their Hall of Fame at the National Arts Club in NYC. In 2012, Richard was designated Pastel Laureate by the Pastel Society of the West Coast. His oil and pastel paintings have been featured in numerous National / International art publications including: Southwest Art, American Artist, Workshop magazine, Artist magazine, Practique des Arts (France), and since 2003 has been a frequent contributing editor to Pastel Journal. He has been featured in 7 instructional DVDs and included in numerous art books. Years of his published materials were compiled in 2010 by North Light publications into the bestselling book: “Pastel Pointers, Top Secrets for Beautiful Pastel Paintings”. In 2015 a coffee table sized book; “The Landscape Paintings of Richard McKinley” featuring over 100 of Richard’s pastel and oil paintings with commentary was published by North Light Books. An avid plein air landscape painter, Richard divides his time between painting the locations he is passionate about, reinterpreting those paintings back in the studio, writing about art matters, and instructing painting workshops. For more information please visit: www.mckinleystudio.com or follow him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/McKinleyFineArt PERSONAL STATEMENT: Concerning induction into the Pastel Society of America Hall of Fame, “I am humbled to be in such company, and grateful to my mentors for the opportunities that have come my way. Every blank surface provides the same intimidation and every day spent painting, a new challenge. My goal is to capture a piece of the spontaneous dance of light across the palette of nature. I hope my pieces are like a glance when we see something that makes us linger for a moment.” Richard McKinley http://mckinleystudio.com/about I do not own the right in any of the song and imaged used in this video. I have used the song and images for purely entertainment purposes only. No copyright infringement is required.
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Ceramic Artist Cliff Lee: American Craft Magazine Extra
We caught up with ceramist Cliff Lee at the 2015 ACC Baltimore craft show. The neurosurgeon-turned-potter talks about his life, its unique challenges, and the joy he finds in meeting customers and other artists.
2018 Santa Fe Indian Market Video Report
Native American Art magazines returns to Santa Fe Indian Market. This is our video report. Award photography by Daniel Nadelbach. For more information about the magazine visit www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com.
The Crafting Coach: Magazine Art
Grab your old, already-read magazines and get ready to transform them into an amazing piece of wall art! The intricate process is a bit time-consuming but oh-so worth the effort! It's the latest project from The Crafting Coach!
Jerry Saltz on the Contemporary Art World: The Good, The Bad and The Very Bad
Jerry Saltz was awarded the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Criticism. In 2015, he won the National Magazine Award for Criticism. He has lectured widely, including at Harvard University, the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. He has taught at Columbia University, Yale University, Rhode Island School of Design, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, among many others.
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Celebrating the intricate craftsmanship of Native American art
The Mitchell Museum of the American Indian in Evanston, Illinois has delved deep into its archives for its latest exhibit. On display are the custom clothes and adornments of Native Americans from across the U.S. and Canada. Phil Ponce of WTTW in Chicago reports.
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Peter Schjeldahl, Art Critic • January 21, 2016
Peter Schjeldahl has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 1998 and is the magazine’s art critic. He came to the magazine from The Village Voice, where he was the art critic from 1990 to 1998. Previously, he had written frequently for the New York Times’s Arts and Leisure section. His writing has also appeared in Artforum, Art in America, the New York Times Magazine, Vogue, and Vanity Fair. He has received the Clark Prize for Excellence in Arts Writing from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute; the Frank Jewett Mather Award from the College Art Association, for excellence in art criticism; the Howard Vursell Memorial Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, for “recent prose that merits recognition for the quality of its style”; and a Guggenheim Fellowship. He is the author of four books of criticism, including “The Hydrogen Jukebox: Selected Writings,” and “Let’s See: Writings on Art from The New Yorker.” CCAD's Visiting Artists & Scholars programming is sponsored in part by CD102.5 The Alternative Station, Ohio Arts Council, Greater Columbus Arts Council, and The Skestos Endowment Fund for Visiting Artists & Lecturers.
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John Pototschnik artist
John Pototschnik artist Music, Eugen Doga John Pototschnik was born in St. Ives, Cornwall, England but grew up in Wichita, Kansas. He received his art training at Wichita State University in advertising design, followed by instruction in illustration and design at Art Center College in Los Angeles. Most recently he has studied human anatomy at the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, Connecticut. In 1982, Pototschnik began painting professionally in the fine arts. Prior to that, he worked as a freelance illustrator for ten years with many of Dallas’ major advertising agencies and companies. Since beginning his fine art career, Pototschnik has become a popular speaker and juror among art organizations. His paintings are in many private and public collections nationally. Pototschnik resides in Wylie, Texas with his wife Marcia. They have two grown sons. He is a past president of Artists and Craftsmen Associated and the Plano Art Association. He has been honored with four George Washington Honor Medals from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, the John Steven Jones Fellowship, plus many other regional and national awards. He is recognized in “Who’s Who in American Art” and “Who’s Who in the Southwest”. His work has appeared in First, The Artist’s Magazine, Southwest Art, American Artist, PleinAir Magazine, American Art Collector and International Artist, plus seven books…The Best of Portrait Painting, 200 Great Painting Ideas for Artists, and Expressing the Visual Language of the Landscape, 100 Ways to Paint Landscapes, 100 Ways to Paint Flowers and Gardens, 100 Ways to Paint Seascapes, Rivers and Lakes, and Art Journey America Landscapes. He is an Art Renewal Center Associate Living Master, a Signature member of the Oil Painters of America and a Master Signature member of the Outdoor Painters Society. “My artistic influences are diverse, ranging from the Barbizon painters of Corot, Daubigny and Millet to the American tonalist, George Inness. I believe all I need to know of the principles of art are to be found in the works of the masters. My paintings are not flamboyant, mysterious, trendy or shocking but I am interested in depicting the truth about life, as I see it, in a naturalistic way free of frills and bravado. I enjoy depicting simple, common, everyday life and its objects as things of beauty and worth. I intend to show the dignity and value of the subjects I paint – just as my artistic influences have. Through continued hard work I want to give to society paintings that transcend the culture and it’s ever changing tastes. . . paintings that speak to the heart.” This channel is NON PROFIT, NON COMMERCIAL ! Videos may contain copyrighted material. All rights for visual and sound reserved to the owners. Thanks for watching and comments.
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Whitney Biennial 2017 | Whitney Museum of American Art
Did you miss the 2017 Whitney Biennial? Here is a great reason to spend 8 mins in a tour de force through the exhibition. The 2017 Whitney Biennial, the seventy-eighth installment of the longest-running survey of American art, arrives at a time rife with racial tensions, economic inequities, and polarizing politics. Throughout the exhibition, artists challenge us to consider how these realities affect our senses of self and community. The Biennial features sixty-three individuals and collectives whose work takes a wide variety of forms, from painting and installation to activism and video-game design. IN THE PRESS - Artnews The 2017 Whitney Biennial is a Moving, Forward-Looking Tour de Force—a Triumph After a three-year hiatus intended to allow Whitney Museum curators to break in their palatial new home in the Meatpacking District, the Whitney Biennial has returned in very fine form, with an intensely satisfying display of 63 artists and collectives across two full floors and a few other spaces. The mood is, by turns, anxious and dark, even sinister, but also, at times, expectant, guardedly hopeful. Everyone is on edge. The show presents a nation, and the sensibilities of its artists, in a period of transition, with violence cresting, identities in flux, and some brave souls hatching plans. A sea change is coming, though it is unclear if its effect will be disastrous, momentous, or something more complicated. Call it the biennial on the brink. Thrillingly, this is a forward-looking affair—and a selective one. There is very little abstract painting, few truly huge names, and not one deceased artist, whose presence has been fashionable for these shows of late. There are some minor weak points, but the show’s curators, Christopher Y. Lew and Mia Locks, have done an admirable job of making tough, discerning choices and letting artists swing for the fences. Their gambles have mostly paid off. Their show is a major improvement over the scattershot 2014 edition, in which three curators each took a floor of the Whitney’s old Breuer Building, and, in some cases, it radiates new energies both potent and strange. - Frieze Featuring the work of 63 artists and groups (including a film programme co-curated by Aily Nash), and the first to be held in the museum’s now two-year-old Renzo Piano-designed premises in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, this edition of the Biennial does not arrive under a title nor does it trumpet an overarching theme. Yet it’s impossible not to read it as a state-of-the-nation exegesis. Lew and Locks’s participant list was made public just days after Trump won the US presidential election, and opened less than two months after he was inaugurated, making 2017 the best of times and the worst of times to open a Whitney Biennial. It would have been a political show whether the curators wanted it to be or not. Inequality, class, race, politics, identity: it’s all there to be teased out if you want, but Lew and Locks have built an exhibition that is multivalent, personal, almost conversational. They have been mindful of representation (the show features a significant proportion of artists of colour, yet it is notable that this is still a fact we have to note) but open to what artists have been telling them rather than what they wanted to hear. - W mag But with over 200 such biennials in the world today, even the word is starting to feel jet-lagged. "Biennial" has become a colloquialism for any survey (whether it's held every two years or every five) that aims to take the temperature of a specific slice of the art world. Still, the Whitney Biennial, along with the Venice Biennale and Documenta, are the headliners, the tentpoles that set the pace for the rest of the field. In the idiom of fashion weeks, another cultural branding exercise doing big business everywhere these days, they are the New York, Paris, and Milan of the art world. — The New York Times “This exhibition makes an exciting, powerful case for art.” — Apollo Magazine “Presenting a mélange of American perspectives, the biennial succeeds in keeping a finger on the pulse of a divisive and diverse cultural landscape.” — New York Magazine “The 2017 Whitney Biennial is the best of its kind in some time.” — PBS “A must-see exhibition for anyone interested in contemporary art, a snapshot of American creativity and sometimes American culture.” Whitney Biennial | filmed by Out of Sync | NYC June 2017 On view | March 17–June 11, 2017 Camera and edit | Per Henriksen Producer | Out of Sync © Out of Sync 2017
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My Top Favorite Ephemera Magazines! | Cut outs for Art Journaling
♥AVAILABLE IN HD♥ Hey Everyone! Today's Video is about some of my favorite Ephemera Magazines! I use many and try many different magazines out, but these are usually the ones that I tend to grab for when I am searching:) Remember this is not something that you need to art journal this is just something that I love including within my pages at times! Thanks for watching! hope everyone has a lovely Halloween!!! Magazines that I mentioned: Flow Daphne's Diary Hi Fructose Illustoria American Art collection If you would like to check out my previous creations and process of my journaling please be sure to check out my Channel! hugs:) Check out some magical little goodies on my shop! https://www.etsy.com/shop/LittleMagicalThings?ref=hdr_shop_menu Leanne's YouTube channel mentioned: CreativelyFree2Bme https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHGs6_oU4ZVlkziVi8vB1FQ Hope you all will enjoy:) much love! PREVIOUS VIDEO:Midori Travelers Notebook | Art Journal with me | #19 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAvyEmMdBro Thanks so much for watching and we hope you will leave a Thumbs up if you enjoyed this video:) We hope you will take a moment and Subscribe to our Channel! ♥ETSY SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/LittleMagicalThings?ref=hdr_shop_menu ♥INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/littlemagicalart/ ♥FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pam.gatto.9 ♥TWITTER: https://twitter.com/magicalartpam ♥PATREON: Support me on Patreon and get special little magical goodies:) https://www.patreon.com/Littlemagicalart
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Five African American Artists (1971) - Full Documentary Movie
Five African American Artists (1971) Short documentary sketches of five African American artists: Barbara Chase Riboud, Charles White, Romare Bearden, Richard Hunt, and Betty Blayton. Each artist talks about the creative process, their inspirations and the social forces at work in the early 1970s. Watch classic movies and documentaries on http://www.manicmovies.com
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The Art of Gaman: Arts and Crafts from the Japanese American
During World War II, Japanese Americans who were sent to internment camps used scraps and found materials to create beautiful works of art.
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Shave and A Haircut: Brass Tacks Barber Shop | The Art of Manliness
Brass Tacks in Dallas, TX is a barbershop with focus on straight-razor shaves and traditional cuts. http://brasstacksbarbershop.com Reviving the lost art of manliness with manly articles and videos every day! http://artofmanliness.com Shot on Canon with Rokinon glass, Colored with FilmConvert. Follow us! http://facebook.com/artofmanliness http://twitter.com/artofmanliness http://instagram.com/artofmanliness http://google.com/+artofmanliness
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National Gallery of Art Washington D.C. USA Paintings and Sculptures
Visit our Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/hummansunson National Gallery of Art Washington D.C. USA Paintings and Sculptures Paintings Museum in Washington DC The National Gallery of Art, and its attached Sculpture Garden, is a national art museum in Washington, D.C., located on the National Mall, between 3rd and 9th Streets, at Constitution Avenue NW. Open to the public and free of charge, the museum was privately established in 1937 for the American people by a joint resolution of the United States Congress. Andrew W. Mellon donated a substantial art collection and funds for construction. The core collection includes major works of art donated by Paul Mellon, Ailsa Mellon Bruce, Lessing J. Rosenwald, Samuel Henry Kress, Rush Harrison Kress, Peter Arrell Brown Widener, Joseph E. Widener, and Chester Dale. The Gallery's collection of paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, medals, and decorative arts traces the development of Western Art from the Middle Ages to the present, including the only painting by Leonardo da Vinci in the Americas and the largest mobile created by Alexander Calder. The Gallery's campus includes the original neoclassical West Building designed by John Russell Pope, which is linked underground to the modern East Building, designed by I. M. Pei, and the 6.1-acre (25,000 m2) Sculpture Garden. The Gallery often presents temporary special exhibitions spanning the world and the history of art. Claude Monet Leonardo Da Vinci #ngadc Disclaimer: This video is for Entertainment purposes only! Do not use any part of this video without permission from owner. Lvfree Adventures
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Colored Frames [Documentary]
A look back at the last fifty years in African American art, Colored Frames is an unflinching exploration of influences, inspirations and experiences of black artists. Beginning at the height of the Civil Rights Era and leading up to the present, it is a naked and truthful look at often ignored artists and their progeny. Featuring: Benny Andrews, Gustave Blache III, Nanette Carter, Ed Clark, Adger Cowans, Francks Deceus, Gordon James, Wangechi Mutu, Howardena Pindell, Dianne Smith, Ann Tanksley, TAFA, and others!
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The Most Influential Latin American Artists
These artists blend their native tradition and understanding with American and European influences to produce distinctive masterpieces materializing key characteristics of Latin American art. Their contributions have made a lasting impact in both local and international contexts, and continue to influence contemporary artists, collectors and investors worldwide. As the entire Latin American art market continues to enjoy price growth, it is important to learn about the movement’s leading figures. Artists on the list include Roberto Matta, Fernando Botero, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera & Wilfredo Lam. To learn more about them see our blog here: http://robinrile.com/the-most-influential-latin-american-artists/
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The Collecting of African American Art IX: Collecting Black: An Anachronism
The Collecting of African American Art IX: Collecting Black: An Anachronism
Should the Government Get to Define ‘Native-American’ Art? One Woman’s Free Speech Fight.
Peggy Fontenot is a successful Native American artist who can't call her work "Native made" or "Indian made" in Oklahoma because of a recently passed law. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/reasontv Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reason.Magazine/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/reason Subscribe to our podcast at iTunes: https://goo.gl/az3a7a Reason is the leading source of news, politics, and culture from a libertarian perspective. Go to reason.com for a point of view you won't get from legacy media and old left-right opinion magazines. ---------------- Peggy Fontenot has had a successful career as a Native American artist working in beading, silver jewelry and black-and-white photography. She's won numerous awards at art shows and has shown her work at top-tier museums. Today her career is in jeopardy because of a 2016 state law that says only members of federally-recognized tribes can market their work as "Native American" or "Indian made." Fontenot is a part of the Patawomeck tribe, which is recognized only in the state of Virginia. Now she's suing the state on the grounds that the law violates her First Amendment rights. "To call every state-recognized tribe fake and illegitimate is just broad sweeping and wrong," Fontenot told Reason. Anastasia Boden of the non-profit Pacific Legal Foundation, which is representing Fontenot, says the law is intended to restrict competition. She notes that State Rep. Chuck Hoskin (D), who sponsored the bill, has also served as the chief of staff for the federally-recongized Cherokee Nation. The group "certainly would have an interest in putting a law on the books that says that only federally recognized tribes can call themselves Native American," Boden says. (Rep. Hoskin declined our interview request.) Rebecca Tushnet, a Harvard law professor, says the Oklahoma law may have been poorly crafted, but was well-intentioned. She says fraud in the Native American art market is big problem. Oklahoma isn't enforcing the law as the case is being deliberated, allowing Fontenot to continue marketing her work as she always has. A decision is expected by the end of the year. Produced by Paul Detrick. Shot by Detrick, Alex Manning, Mark McDaniel and Meredith Bragg.
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The Art of Criticism with Jerry Saltz | Art Agency, Partners
http://www.artagencypartners.com/podcast/jerry-saltz/ “In Other Words” is a presentation of AAP and Sotheby’s, produced by Audiation.fm. Jerry Saltz, perhaps the most well-known art writer working today, has been the senior art critic of New York magazine since 2006. During this interview with our host Charlotte Burns, which was recorded in the downtown offices of New York magazine, Saltz talks about a range of topics: from how he approaches viewing and reviewing art, to what he calls the “ass-holeness” of his social media persona. Before becoming a critic, Saltz was an artist and a long-distance truck driver, and he discusses the benefits of being a late-bloomer. He defines what great art means to him and describes a recent exhibition of work by an artist who could be the “strongest to emerge this century in America”. We are, he says, “living in a crisis and it’s time to look at the art of the present. I want to see what artists say now.” “In Other Words” is a presentation of AAP and Sotheby’s, produced by Audiation.fm. JERRY SALTZ -senior art critic and columnist, New York magazine Jerry Saltz has been New York magazine’s senior art critic and columnist since 2006. Previously, Saltz was the senior art critic for The Village Voice. He has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in criticism three times, has been a visiting critic at major universities and has contributed to Art in America, Flash Art International, Frieze and Modern Painters. Saltz uses social media platforms to communicate with a more general audience than the readers of his art criticism, discussing issues beyond art such as personal matters and the political climate. He has also served as a judge in the Bravo television series Work of Art: The Next Great Artist. Saltz has published two books, Seeing Out Loud: The Village Voice Art Columns (2003, reprinted 2007) and Seeing Out Louder (2009). CHARLOTTE BURNS -editor of In Other Words Charlotte Burns is the editor of In Other Words, our weekly newsletters and podcasts. She was previously the US news and market editor for The Art Newspaper, as well as a regular correspondent for publications such as the Guardian and Monocle. Previously, she worked with the London dealer Anthony d’Offay on special projects. For several years, she was a consultant at the cultural communications agency, Bolton & Quinn. She also worked at Hauser & Wirth in London. Burns received a Masters degree (with Merit) from the Courtauld Institute in Art and Cultural Politics in Germany, 1890-1945, as well as a first-class B.A. honors degree in English and History of Art from Birmingham University. She moved to New York in 2010.
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American Women Artists in Scottsdale
American Art Collector magazine drops by the American Women Artists' National Juried Exhibition November 12 at Bonner David Galleries in Scottsdale, Arizona. For more information visit www.americanartcollector.com.
Art Dealer Diaries Season 2018 Ep 10, National Art Magizine Editor Joshua Rose host Mark Sublette
Joshua Rose editor of American Art Collector, Fine Art Collector, Western Art Collector and Native American Magazine discusses how as a student in Wales he became entranced with art studying 18th century English poet and artist William Blake before returning to Phoenix to start his own magazine Shade. Josh shares the inner workings of the magazine he publishes and how he sees the art world growing in the future. Website: https://www.medicinemangallery.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/medicinemangallery Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/medicinemangallery Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/art-dealer-diaries/id1384036101?mt=2
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Fine Art Tips with John Hulsey on Colour In Your Life
In this fine art TV show episode John Hulsey is interviewed with Colour In Your Life. If you would like to learn about painting, drawing, art workshops, art tips, painting, how to sculpt, how to draw, how to paint and art techniques. Subscribe for weekly videos. Subscribe here - http://bit.ly/ColourInYourLife https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4830007 https://www.youtube.com/c/ColourinyourlifeAu New fine art TV show episodes loaded every Friday AEST. https://www.facebook.com/PutSomeColourInYourLife/ https://www.colourinyourlife.com.au/ Fine Art TV Series - Colour In Your Life Season - 18 Episode - 12 Filmed on Location at - Lawrence Kansas, United States of America John Hulsey is an accomplished artist, author and teacher who has been working professionally for over 35 years. He is the recipient of numerous awards and his paintings are included in many corporate and private collections: The Environmental Law Institute, Washington, DC; The Hudson River Reference Collection, Garrison, NY; The National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; The United States Embassies in Australia and Jordan; and The Albrecht- Kemper Museum of Fine Art, St. Joseph, MO. In addition to producing new work for exhibition and teaching national and international workshops, John continues to write educational articles about painting for national art magazines and publishes the educational website, The Artist's Road. His work has been featured in Watercolor Magazine and American Artist Magazine. He has been selected as a "Master Painter of the United States" by International Artist Magazine where his work was previously chosen to be included in the top ten of their international landscape painting competition. Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine profiled him in the article "John Hulsey - Passion and Mystery". He was awarded residencies at Yosemite, Glacier and Rocky Mountain National Parks. His work is regularly featured in American Art Review Magazine. John has produced commissioned paintings for many of the major publishers including Random House, Readers Digest, and Time Magazine, which featured his watercolor portrait of Margaret Thatcher on the cover. You can contact the artist about their art tips or art techniques directly via their website at https://www.hulseytrustystudios.com/ The Colour In Your Life fine art TV series is an art show that takes you into the everyday studios of artists from around the world. While in the studio they share their individual art techniques and art tips with the viewer in a relaxed atmosphere, with a delightfully Australian host and fellow artist, Graeme Stevenson. The artist shares with the viewer their stories of life, painting, drawing, sculpting, art workshops and any art lessons they may provide. The art TV series is currently filmed in Australia, New Zealand and the United States. Graeme Stevenson, a world-renowned artist himself, rides his Harley Davidson to the studios of artists all over the world and allows the viewers a chance to see some of the greatest artists of the world in action. A wonderfully engaging art show. If you love creativity and the joy of looking at the world through art, then Colour In Your Life is the place to be. Colour In Your Life is an Australian owned and produced TV art show. We film artists to tell their story and to share step by step videos on how to paint, how to learn sculpture, how to draw, how to learn different artist skills. https://www.colourinyourlife.com.au/ Subscribe here - http://bit.ly/ColourInYourLife
Blue Dragon Magazine: Help American Art & Fiction Come To Life!
Help AMS Media create an art exhibit and publish Blue Dragon Unlimited by donating to our Indigogo campaign!
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Return from Exile artist America Meredith (Cherokee)
Cherokee artist and First American Art Magazine publisher/editor America Meredith discusses her two works which are featured in the Return from Exile exhibition.
Andrea Kowch / Fine Art Painter
Andrea Kowch is a fine art painter represented by the Richard J. Demato Gallery in New York. Her work has been featured in a number of art publications including American Art Collector Magazine, CMYK Magazine, Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, DD Magazine (Italy) and Art & Critique. Music: Svay Pak by Tony Anderson
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American Art Decor Rolling Barn Door Chalkboard Bulletin Board Organizer | American Art Decor
https://shop.americanartdecor.com/collections/chalkboards/products/wood-metal-chalkboard-message-board-with-barn-doors American Art Decor Rolling Barn Door Chalkboard Message Board Add some country charm to your home decor with this clever barn door chalkboard organizer message center. Embodying a true mix of rustic and contemporary, this piece showcases the lovely interplay of distressed wood and metal existing side by side. The classic combination of wood and metal is one of the most iconic elements of farmhouse decor, yet these timeless materials also make it easy to incorporate into a wide variety of styles. The centered chalkboard is sandwiched between two columns of gorgeous galvanized sheets of metal, leaving ample space for additional sticky notes and such. Plus, if you decide to close the barn doors, it cleans up the clutter and serves as a beautiful home decor piece. And with keyhole slots for easy hanging, set-up is a breeze. Add some country-chic style to your contemporary kitchen with a staple piece that provides great function and form. PRODUCT SPECS: Dimensions: 31.75" W x 32.25" H x 2.25" D Door dimensions: 7.75" W x 28" H x .375" D Chalkboard dimensions: 27.75" H x 13.75" W Weight: 12.9 lbs FEATURES/BENEFITS: Large message area - Lots of room for recipes, grocery lists, or leaving cute little notes for loved ones, this countrified chalkboard has room for it all. Rolling barn doors - Cover up your messages or that recipe you jotted down in a hurry with these cleverly designed sliding barn doors; giving this piece extra charm and notoriety. Country charm - Planked wood and distressed metal bring a rustic farmhouse look to your home. Versatile - Whether you use it for the kitchen, game room or garage, this clever message board will fit in nicely no matter where you find a home for it. Easy to hang - Outfitted with keyhole slots for easy installation, this message board is a breeze to set up.
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Casey Bough and His Best Artworks - Artists Around the World
Casey Baugh - Artists Around the World Artist: Casey Baugh To see more amazing artworks visit the Artist's page: http://caseybaugh.com/ Casey Baugh was born in 1984 and began receiving art lessons at the age of four from his father and aunt, both hobbyists. By the age of 13, he was producing and selling work professionally and a year later he won his first regional competition. At 17, he won his first national competition. His Erubescent was featured on the cover of American Art Collector Magazine along with a powerful 4-page artist profile in the issue. Since then, Baugh made two television appearances and won numerous awards including the cover competition for American Artists Drawing Magazine. He is gladly affiliated with the Bridge Art movement, an innovative group of painters who challenge the boundaries of representational art with a fusion of traditional techniques and contemporary approach and perspectives. Please visit our other videos for amazing Drawing, Sketching, Painting, Documentaries, Tutorial videos by the best artists around the world. Popular Uploades: Pencil drawing by Jono Dry 'Ritual': https://youtu.be/8jkMTH4a1ic The ART of Emanuele DASCANIO, ANVERRA Films 2017: https://youtu.be/XgzKx-Y8io8 Heperrealistic Drawing by Emanuele Dascanio: https://youtu.be/iUJJdd9pg44 Hyper Realistic Paintings by Marco Grassi - Empty Spaces: https://youtu.be/8dN4qoVnukU Hyper Realistic Pencil drawing 'Mask' by Jono Dry: https://youtu.be/qoaQhgaDMCQ Casey Baugh explains Influence, Goal and Imagery he creates: https://youtu.be/Fq4CBrfpivE Greatest Art Movie Ever, Art of the Steal 2009: https://youtu.be/oLS8VE0gojI BBC Paris 1928 A Tale of Three Cities DOCUMENTARY ABOUT LIFE : https://youtu.be/u3MiMMkUiHA How to draw a Realistic Eye: https://youtu.be/4xNgk03lK-A Realistic drawing of Taylor Swift: https://youtu.be/UDvVXbEoYeQ If you like the video by the Artist mentioned in the Description, Please Subscribe to our channel, Like, Leave a comment and share it with your friends :)
Market Report — 2017 SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market
Our official market report from the 2027 SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market. Native American Art was the official magazine of this year's market. For more information visit www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com.
In the Shadow: American Pulp Cover Art
pulp magazine covers sex and violence Social problems in America Argosy (magazine) pre-code Hollywood films film noir Foreign Correspondent (film: 1940) G-Men Detective (magazine) pulp paperbacks murder Second World War Japanese stereotypes guns censorship Hays Code detectives femme fatales seductresses Erica Melamed Joseph Perez Francis Xavier Luca Vicki Gold Levi Dream Street (novel) Tropical Passions (novel) pulp periodicals pulp paperbacks True Detective (magazine) Underworld Detective (magazine) Rafael de Soto (American, 1904–1987) gangsters FBI G-men crime Nazis Japanese militarists Black Mask (magazine) Tiffany Breslawski FIU students Florida International University America & Movies (AMH 3317 History course, FIU) Prohibition The Public Enemy (film: 1931) Flynn's Detective Fiction (magazine) FIU undergraduate studentsMario
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American Digger -  Resizing/Art Of Native American Knives With Pete Schichtel.
Join us as Pete Schichtel, a column author for points and knives of the Native Americans tells us about the resizing and art of Native American Arrowheads. Thanks For Watching This Video By American Digger Magazine! Please Subscribe to our channel. Visit: http://americandigger.com for more information on the magazine! Be sure to check out our twitter page at: https://twitter.com/american_digger Check out our Facebook page! -https://www.facebook.com/pages/American-Digger-Magazine/86104731940 Be Sure to tune in every Monday night at 9 PM - 10 PM EST for American Digger's Relic Roundup show! Here is the link to the show -http://relicroundup.blogspot.com/ . You can visit the archives by clicking the link - http://en.1000mikes.com/app/channelArchive.xhtml?channelId=45978 Thank you so much for watching and be sure to like, share, and subscribe!
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Master Artist Don Clapper:  Dramatic Realism
http://www.ClapperArt.com - http://www.CisionWire.com/IGOR Although Donald Clapper grew up in the Northeast, home of many great American Still Life and Trompe l'Oeil Masters, this coincidence did not influence his attraction to the world of art. After graduating from the University of Colorado with a B.A. Degree in 1983, Clapper began a successful real estate career in Florida and his hobby interests at that time were in competitive golf and skiing. Unbeknownst to him, an unplanned stop to the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia in the late 1980's became the momentum that drew him to Trompe l'Oeil and Classical Realism after he saw an original William Harnett painting. He marveled at Harnett's ability to create both unbelievable detail and illusionary dimension and began a personal study on the Old Masters Dutch still life painters and on the American Trompe l'Oeil School of painters of the late 1800's, specifically, William M. Harnett, John Haberle and John Peto. Clapper's painting developed during the 1980-90's while he lived and worked in Gainesville, Florida. It was during this season, he developed his own techniques and proficiency as he applied the Old Masters' methods of indirect lighting, shadowing, glazing and multi dimensional affects to the canvas. . After a period of painting still life's, Clapper completed series of trompe l'oeil paintings that pays homage to the pioneers of American trompe l'oeil such as Harnett and Peto. In 1994, he relocated to Arizona where he still abides and works in his Scottsdale studio. Clapper's study focused once again to the genre of trompe l'oeil including this time some modern day masters, namely Ken Davies, Gary Erbe and David Brega. In April of 2004, Clapper co-founded the International Guild of Realism, an exclusive group of today's finest realist painters dedicated to the genre of classical and contemporary realism. Clapper is also the president of the Trompe l'Oeil Society of Artists, an exclusive group of today's finest trompe l'oeil artists.. In 2009, Clapper launched a new figurative style called "Dramatic Realism". These new figure paintings represent a new style that illuminates the figure in a different and exciting way with multiple light sources with color splashes penetrating the composition. This dramatic colorful lighting creates drama and mystery to the figure. This new style combines everything that the artist enjoys in quality painting such as dramatic lighting, interesting composition, skillful technique and a unique blend of exciting color. These figure paintings by Clapper are still executed in the same skillful and academic manner that Clapper has been recognized throughout the country for his award winning and museum quality still life and trompe l'oeil paintings. Clapper's work has received national as well as international recognition. He has received numerous articles in such publications as International Artist Magazine, American Art Review, American Art Collector Magazine and Art News. His work has been featured in many museums across the nation including The Phoenix Art Museum, The Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin and The Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has exhibited in top level galleries across the country in New York City, Dallas, Santa Fe, LA and Naples, FL.
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American Letterpress: The Art of Hatch Show Print
From the Smithsonian traveling exhibition American Letterpress: The Art of Hatch Show Print, this video shows you the art of letterpress printing as practiced by a 125-year-old Nashville, TN, print shop. Learn why only a handful of letterpress shops still exist in American and why this one is so influential in the music and entertainment industry. A great look at the craft.
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Clarice Smith Distinguished Lecture with Adam Gopnik
Adam Gopnik is an American critic, essayist, commentator, and journalist. A writer for The New Yorker, he has published widely and produced several collections of essays and nonfiction books. Gopnik, the recipient of three National Magazine Awards for Essays and Criticism and a George Polk Award for Magazine Reporting, will reflect on the common threads that connect American Art in his lecture,What Makes American Art American?
Recovering a Women’s Art History: Edmonia Lewis, Angel De Cora, and Tonita Peña
2018 Indian Arts Research Center Speaker Series Recovering a Women’s Art History: Edmonia Lewis, Angel De Cora, and Tonita Peña Moderator: America Meredith, artist and founder, First American Art Magazine Panelists: Dr. Kirsten Pai Buick, Professor of Art History, University of New Mexico; Dr. Sascha Scott, Associate Professor of Art History, Syracuse University; Yvonne N. Tiger, independent scholar Wednesday, April 4, 2018 - 6:00-7:30pm Eric S. Dobkin Boardroom, School for Advanced Research, 660 Garcia Street, Santa Fe Many women in the 19th and early 20th century faced considerable difficulties participating in the mainstream American art world. Artists like Edmonia Lewis, Angel De Cora, and Tonita Peña took on these roles, sometimes at considerable risk to themselves, to forge new pathways for women of their time and the future. During their lives, the fires these women lit blazed brightly, but over time, to varying degrees, their stories became obscured. This panel explores their stories and their renewed legacies.
Live Painting Demo by Lisa Palombo
Live painting demonstration by American Impressionist Lisa Palombo. www.lisapalombo.com ABOUT THE ARTIST Contemporary American Impressionist Lisa Palombo began her formal art education at the age of nine while spending summers at the acclaimed Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). She later graduated from RISD with honors. She also completed graduate studies in Fine Art at the European Honors Program in Rome, Italy. Palombo produces magical florals, waterscapes, still lifes and equine art in a unique style that is unmistakable in her expressive brushwork and fearless use of color. She is considered a master of color and the natural form. Palombo not only paints, but also regularly blogs and speaks at public venues. Her work has been featured on more than 40 book covers, including several New York Times bestsellers as well as showcased in Art & Antiques Magazine, Southern Living, The Artist’s Magazine, American Art Review and a Columbia Pictures movie, The Bounty Hunter. Palombo is listed in the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., and the Marquis Who’s Who in American Art. Her paintings are featured in the books The Best of Oil Painting, Exploring Color, The Best of American Oil Artists (Vol. II) and Lisa Palombo: American Impressionist. Her work can also be found in select galleries and in private and corporate collections throughout the U.S.A. Song: "Evil Beauty" by Blackmill.
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