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11/30/2011

Studio Gallery: Diane Holland

Diane Lee Holland

VIDEO INTERVIEW

As a visual artist, I want my performance to take on the ideas and energy of paintings, sculpture, and collage.”

8/31/2011

Studio Gallery: John Paul Thornton

Studio Gallery: John Paul Thornton

VIDEO INTERVIEW

John’s desire to find the “truth,” landed him a job as an art teacher at a school for runaway kids. He looks back, saying, “I got to learn their stories and their stories were so impacting to me. I had come from a middle class family in the San Fernando Valley and I was suddenly meeting kids from the inner city, kids from broken families with histories of abuse. What happened there really changed my life.”

6/29/2011

Studio Gallery: Willie Middlebrook

Studio Gallery: Willie Middlebrook

VIDEO INTERVIEW

“I started photographing the Skid Row area of Los Angeles, CA in 1977 as a one time self assigned class project and quickly became a personal obsession…”

3/31/2011

Studio Gallery: Judithe Hernández

Studio Gallery: Judithe Hernández

VIDEO INTERVIEW

Judithe Hernández, through her motivational murals and artwork, what she refers to as her “image support”, people gain the benefits and appreciation for their culture, and has furthered the social causes of both Mexican Americans (Chicanos) and Latin American women.

1/31/2011

Studio Gallery: Sam Erenberg

Studio Gallery: Sam Erenberg

VIDEO INTERVIEW

. “Some things that I started to explore were new music, movement, video, closed circuit TV and porta packs. Though my graduate thesis was in painting and not film, this did not keep me from exploring many media.”

11/30/2010

Studio Gallery: Fumiko Amano

Studio Gallery: Fumiko Amano

VIDEO INTERVIEW

Fumiko grew up in Tokyo and in the late 1980′s she traveled to the US to attend the University of Wisconsin. Her initial plan was to return to Japan, after collecting scripts in the states, to study experimental theatre in Tokyo. However, while studying painting and printmaking, Fumiko found her true expression in the fine arts.

11/1/2010

Studio Gallery: Alisa Gabrielle

Studio Gallery: Alisa Gabrielle

VIDEO INTERVIEW

“…that was the beginning of a whole new life that I never intended for, never planned for, but opened an arena to me that changed my life forever because I didn’t know I was becoming an artist at that point, I just thought I was going to have a lesson and learn something.”

8/31/2010

Studio Gallery: David Buckingham

Studio Gallery: David Buckingham

VIDEO INTERVIEW

David Buckingham is a master at finding just the right colored scrap-metal in junk yards, which he uses to produce some of today’s most interesting works, incorporating phrases such as FEEL LUCKY PUNK?, ME LOVE YOU LONG TIME, WHAT WE’VE GOT HERE IS FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE, GOD SAVE THE QUEEN, as well as other functional and unusual metal sculptures.

7/31/2010

Studio Gallery: Dominique Moody

Studio Gallery:  Dominique Moody

VIDEO INTERVIEW

Assemblage artist, Dominique Moody, was born to a life of struggle, with her parents working to shelter their children in a Jim Crow South, and determined not to allow racism to undermine their children’s growth and potential…She is a storyteller, sharing with us her life’s progression, her strengths, and the mojo that powers her life-trek, a trek that ignites, or re-ignites, in all of us dreams of better things.

6/30/2010

Studio Gallery: Joan Carl – Art, A Way Of Life

Studio Gallery: Joan Carl

VIDEO INTERVIEW

Joan Carl, an American artist shares her passion for the arts, and reflects on her past and present artwork. From a young age Joan was a natural, creating exquisite sculptures that we could only have expected from trained adults. Today, her sculptures are part of many institutions and she continues her artistic and creative journey.

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