Ears on Art brings us part-two of their conversation with Carol Sauvion, founder and owner of Freehand Gallery in Los Angeles. She’s the creator and executive director of the award winning PBS series "Craft in America."
Ears on Art visits with Carol Sauvion, founder and owner of Freehand Gallery in Los Angeles and creator and executive director of the award winning PBS series "Craft in America." She recently selected works for the juried show "Dimensions: An Exhibition of Fine Craft," which opens this Friday at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art.
Hear part two of an Ears On Art rebroadcast conversation with identical twin artists, painter Jerome Witkin and photographer Joel Peter Witkin. Their current exhibit in Los Angeles has drawn international attention, and has been extended through August at the Jack Rutberg Gallery.
Steven DeLuque and Crissa Hewitt continue their conversation with Gary Dwyer, an artist of many interests and skills. For years he taught Landscape Architecture at Cal Poly and was fascinated by the links between sculpture and designing landscapes. Dwyer is also a photographer, whose work has been published in numerous magazines. He will have a photography exhibit at the San Luis Obispo Museum of art in July and August.
Crissa Hewitt and Steven deLuque visit with two artists from The Cutting Edge Fiber Arts Group of the Central Coast, who work with non-traditional and innovative techniques and materials to create art quilts and fiber art that transcend functional craft into the realm of fine art. The group's exhibit "Fabrications II" is at Studios on the Park in Paso Robles through May 18th.
This month Ears on Art celebrates its 15th year on air. Steven deLuque and Crissa Hewitt celebrate by interviewing identical twin brothers Jerome and Joel Peter Witkin. The Witkins' first combined exhibit "Twin Visions" is on display at the Jack Rutberg Gallery in Los Angeles through May. Jerome is a painter; Joel is a photographer. At age 74 they are in full stride with careers that have earned them international recognition and inclusion in several museum collections.
Crissa Hewitt continues her visit with internationally recognized jeweler and metalsmith Steve Midgett, a specialist in the Japanese metal technique, Mokume Gane, which fuses precious metals together like a French pastry.
Crissa Hewitt and Steven deLuque meet up with photographer Brian Lawler to discuss his upcoming exhibit of large-scale panoramic photographs at The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art entitled "SLOPANO." Brian is a professor in the Graphic Communications department at Cal Poly where he has been teaching since 1999.
Steven deLuque and Crissa Hewitt bring us another edition of Ears on Art, honoring Ina Mae Overman who died last month. Ina Mae created colorful fused glass works that often took the form of window hangings.
Ears on Art presents part two of its 14th annual holiday programs featuring stories told by community members. This year's theme is The Gift is in the Details. These personal tales have proven to be touching, funny and unique.
Ears on Art this week and next presents its 14th annual holiday programs featuring stories told by community members. This year's theme is The Gift is in the Details. These personal tales have proven to be touching, funny and unique.