Janesville Art Leaugue 2020 WRAP
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Janesville Art Leaugue 2020 WRAP

the Janesville art League in the television studio to the 20/20 jiggetts Ville rep workshop so our exhibit today represents 110 works of art by 59 talented artists from Janesville and 15 nearby surrounding communities in southern Wisconsin I know many of you are here today and that’s great we appreciate you joining us I am pleased to announce to…

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Michael Macleod’s Art Journey
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Michael Macleod’s Art Journey

failure is the greatest way to learn and there’s nothing wrong with failure because it means you’re tried I have been told that I just make projects better so that’s normally when someone asks me what I do I say I’ll make your project better aesthetically I’d give it a sense of place I’ll make it special and different than…

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Drawing the Femur
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Drawing the Femur

So, now let’s look at a part of the skeleton that’s cylindrical. We’re going to look at the left leg, the upper leg bone, the thigh bone or femur Let’s start out by thinking about what we know about the cylinder. There’s going to be a background and against the background we’ll have a highlight In this case the cylinder…

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Live From Benjamin Walls Fine Art Gallery
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Live From Benjamin Walls Fine Art Gallery

WE’RE SPENDING SOME TIME LIVE THIS MORNING HERE AT BENJAMIN WALLS FINE ART GALLERY. WE’RE BACK IN ANOTHER PART OF THE GALLERY, AND I WAS JUST SAYING THAT IT HAS BEEN AN INCREDIBLE YEAR FOR YOU, BENJAMIN. IT IS BEEN A WILD RIDE. IT HAS BEEN SO MUCH FUN. YOUR WORK’S BEEN IN 50 DIFFERENT MUSEUMS, 12 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES, AND…

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The power of art
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The power of art

Art can make bridges between people and art can make a link between people. And so because I changed my point of view when I went to Guadeloupe, there was a cultural Big Bang for me, I try to make art move the people and make them do a step on a side, on another side, to look at reality…

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Sustainable Design Meets Art | Claudia Reese | Central Texas Gardener
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Sustainable Design Meets Art | Claudia Reese | Central Texas Gardener

– On a rocky hilltop, artist Claudia Reese punctuated her compressed earth house and rainwater collection with signature mosaic designs and sculptures. On a rocky hilltop in west Austin, artist Claudia Reese sculpted a home and garden tied into the land with the intricacy she brings to her mosaics, tiles, and sculptures. Inspired by Pliny Fisk of the Center for…

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I am a Salmon Painter | INDIE ALASKA
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I am a Salmon Painter | INDIE ALASKA

it’s kind of crazy to decide to buy 150 dead fish and think it’s gonna be cool to paint them I’m Romney Dodd a mixed-media artist currently painting dead fish. born and raised downtown. my grandma came in like 1928 and her first apartment is in this building. This is the Alaska building and she was upstairs lots of family…

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