Video interview in Amadeus magazine.
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The Japanese fish printing technique is called gyotaku –read about the methods for printing fish here. One artist has updated the technique using toys and teddy bears.
Here’s a video of his printing process:
An artist sent this video to me on Fabric Painting and Printing–a film made 60 years ago! It’s been shared by over twenty-seven thousand on Facebook here. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
The blogging gods have smiled down upon me, sending me this Zalez video to post share, to give me a day off from writing blog articles while I recover from the flu.
Actually, it was the artist Zalez himself who sent the video. He’s sent us videos before. This one is fittingly about the end of summer.
“Nowhere Land” is his short movie filmed during a road trip this summer on the French West coast.
With surf, street art, and skate…Enjoy!
“Nowhere Land” est une vidéo tournée durant un road trip trip dans le Sud Ouest de la France.
Regroupant, du Surf, du Street Art, et du Skate…
“There is no better time to make paintings than when everybody thinks it’s dead,” says Chuck Close in this video:
Apollo TV which is based in Berlin, Germany and has dynamic art videos from art fairs, exhibitions and visual artists in their studios, is actively inviting international artists to become contributors! Submit to Apollo TV!
Apollo TV is actively seeking collaborators to feature. Just submit your work – whether it’s photos, raw video footage or ready-made content, their creative post-production team will package it up to make into artful television.
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Humble and successful, Peter Doig talks about his first big break and more that most artists will relate to–
Highly successful artist Richard Prince talks about the variety of artworks and styles that he works in–
VIDEO: Battle with a Painting | An artist’s struggle to complete a painting. An Unfinished Painting by Emily Putter Music by Michael Neil
I enjoyed this video of John Byrne, a Scottish artist and painter of a series of self-portraits
and portraits. This artist has also had success as a writer for British television.
Bimal Bolakhe sent me his Wall of Art video. Length: 1:20
I enjoyed this simple basic video of this artist’s wall painting. If you have an artist video you’d like featured here, send it via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Artist Morgen Christie sent her video “Solar” for our Sunday featured video spot. Visit Morgen Christie’s website here.
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I love his way of packing the gallery walls with his paintings, like comic book frames, as well as many of the topics Keith Mayerson touches upon:
Published on Oct 14, 2014
James Kalm has, over the last twenty years, established himself as one of the most knowledgeable and consistent commentators on the Brooklyn art scene in the world. It was through his video project The James Kalm Report that he first came across the work of Chris Martin. Previous James Kalm videos share his studio visits and long discussions with painter Chris Martin. This exhibition, the artist’s first with Anton Kern, presents recent works, many completed over the summer. Color is pitched to an almost harsh level, and various materials, like tin foil and glitter, are employed to challenge the viewer’s accepted notions of “good taste” and beauty. The musical introduction is provided by Peter Lewy and Frank Tedesso and was recorded spontaneously under the Arch at Washington Square Park.
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In this video, artist Richard Tuttle talks about his philosophy on art and life while the camera pans his New Mexico art studio.
I want to share this video interview of a UK artist. I love his angst-free descriptions of his painting process and love of the light in his studio, simplifying the complex process of painting into something pleasant and interesting.
Watch this one minute and 34 second video preview of our virtual gallery exhibition group show
Here is the link to enter and view the entire exhibition for a long as you like: