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Diversity of Urban Art Podcast

Diversity of Urban Art Podcast

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A look at the wide variety of urban art, as well as the history and nature of this art form. Several artists give their views on what they do and why they do it.


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93 - Ernest Lee: The Paintings

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Thu, May 12, 2016


Ernest Lee is a folk artist and is often called Florida’s Van Gogh, because of his robust impasto style with rich and vibrant colors.  He enjoys painting country scenes from his youth. Check out http://www.ernestleeart.com/



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92 - Wekiva Paint Out: Wintermantel/Dickinson

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Thu, May 05, 2016


Every year Wekiva Island near Orlando hosts the annual Wekiva Paint Out. Two of the artists in this year’s Paint Out were Mikel Wintermantel and Charles Dickinson. Check out http://wekivapaintout.com/



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91 - David Sandidge: Lampworking a Glass Horse

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Jan 12, 2016


David Sandidge of International Hot Glass at the Artegon Marketplace in Orlando, FL, creates a beautiful glass horse using the lampworking method. Check out the website at http://internationalhotglass.com/



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90 - Ann du Buisson: African Art

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Fri, Dec 18, 2015


African Renaissance has placed a pointed emphasis on quality and versatility and strikes an admirable balance between the two. All of the products are handmade authentic African art and crafts, using traditional African skills. African Renaissance is found at Artegon Marketplace in Orlando. Check out http://www.africanren.com/



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89 - Brandon Price: Glass Blown Bowl

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Fri, Dec 18, 2015


International Hot Glass is a 4300 square foot gallery and glass blowing studio in the Artegon Marketplace on I Drive. Shop through their glass artwork from around the world. Stop in and watch a demonstration by their team of skilled artisans or even come try your hand at the art of glass blowing. Check out the website at http://internationalhotglass.com/



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88 - Ann Du Buisson: Ostrich Egg Art

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, Dec 16, 2015


African Renaissance has placed a pointed emphasis on quality and versatility and strikes an admirable balance between the two. All of the products are handmade authentic African art and crafts, using traditional African skills. African Renaissance is found at Artegon Marketplace in Orlando. Check out http://www.africanren.com/



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87 - Brandon Price: Glass Blown Skull

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Dec 15, 2015


International Hot Glass is a 4300 square foot gallery and glass blowing studio in the Artegon Marketplace on I Drive. Shop through their glass artwork from around the world. Stop in and watch a demonstration by their team of skilled artisans or even come try your hand at the art of glass blowing. Check out the website at http://internationalhotglass.com/



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86 - Styles of Clay Robots

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Fri, Nov 20, 2015


Check out Melissa Witkowski making small robots out of polymer clay and wire. Here she shows some of the different styles that she makes. You can see her live and in person at Artegon Marketplace, Orlando, Florida.



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85 - Melissa Witkowski: Making Robots

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, Oct 14, 2015


Check out Melissa Witkowski making small robots out of polymer clay and wire. You can see her live and in person at Artegon Marketplace, Orlando, Florida.



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84 - Robin Van Arsdol: Ekatherina Savtchenko & Johann Eyfells

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Mar 30, 2015


Robin Van Arsdol, an internationally recognized artist, talks about the works of two completely different artists, Ekatherina Savtchenko and Johann Eyfells. Their work can be seen in the Gallery International at the Artegon Marketplace, Orlando, Florida.



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83 - Cheryl Looker: A Walk in the Garden/The Sacred Lake

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Fri, Mar 13, 2015


Cheryl Looker shows a couple of examples of her encaustic paintings. Check her out at Artegon Marketplace, Orlando, Florida.



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82 - Cheryl Looker: The Art of Encaustic

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Fri, Mar 13, 2015


Cheryl Looker is a master at Encaustic Painting. Check her out at Artegon Marketplace, Orlando, Florida.



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81 - Robin Van Arsdol: RV’s Pop Shop

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Mar 10, 2015


Robin Van Arsdol is an internationally known artist with the Gallery International in Artegon Marketplace, Orlando, Florida.



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80 - Larry Moore: My Run With Illustrations

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, May 14, 2014


Larry Moore: I’m an artist, for the most part I paint outdoors, what we call en plein air, which is a fancy french term that means “outdoors”. I’ve been doing this since the mid-80?s and have only recently started to feel like I am in the early stages of figuring it out. It’s a lifelong journey, this figuring it out thing. Check out http://www.larrymoorestudios.com



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79 - Steve Pi: Interpretation of Beauty

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Fri, Mar 07, 2014


Steve Pi (short for Piscitelli) has lived in Florida since 1991 and is best known for his bronze sculptures re-creating ballet dancers. Pi’s work mostly has two themes - dancers and war. Steve explains, “I dealt with war imagery by making statues of what was bothering me. In order to counterbalance that depressing, miserable subject, I took the most beautiful form of human endeavor, which is dance, and began making dancers just simply as a balance.” Check out Steve Pi Piscitelli, Sculptor



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78 - Jamieson Thomas: The Trojan Horse

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Mar 04, 2014


Jamieson Thomas explains her painting called The Trojan Horse. She is an artist focused on capturing a moment in time, an expression, and the integration of text and art through oil painting, photography and mixed media.



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77 - Robert Ross: Off Duty

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, Feb 19, 2014


Robert Ross: I seek to portray the beauty, mystery and hidden life of the ordinary in natural and human-made environments. I am drawn to the space between things and how it can suggest absence, relationship, yearning or becoming. My paintings often convey a quiet stillness, a sense that something has just happened or is about to happen, the hint of an unseen presence. While good design is my starting point, more and more I see form as simply a vehicle to transmit the pleasures of light and color. Check out http://www.robertrossart.com



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76 - Fenway Fan: The Magic of Animation

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, Feb 12, 2014


Fenway Fan is a Chinese animator who talks about her animated short, Handi & V. The film was made to cheer up her grandfather and also everyone else who watches it. It has been illustrated and animated in her own interpretation of UPA style.



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75 - Larry Moore: Plein Air Paintings

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Fri, Feb 07, 2014


Larry Moore: I’m an artist, for the most part I paint outdoors, what we call en plein air, which is a fancy french term that means “outdoors”. I’ve been doing this since the mid-80?s and have only recently started to feel like I am in the early stages of figuring it out. It’s a lifelong journey, this figuring it out thing. Check out http://www.larrymoorestudios.com



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74 - Robert Ross: Conversation

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Thu, Feb 06, 2014


Robert Ross: I seek to portray the beauty, mystery and hidden life of the ordinary in natural and human-made environments. I am drawn to the space between things and how it can suggest absence, relationship, yearning or becoming. My paintings often convey a quiet stillness, a sense that something has just happened or is about to happen, the hint of an unseen presence. While good design is my starting point, more and more I see form as simply a vehicle to transmit the pleasures of light and color. Check out http://www.robertrossart.com



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73 - Steve Pi: Combat Fatigue

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Jan 27, 2014


Steve Pi (short for Piscitelli) has lived in Florida since 1991 and is best known for his bronze sculptures re-creating ballet dancers. Pi’s work mostly has two themes - dancers and war. Steve explains, “I dealt with war imagery by making statues of what was bothering me. In order to counterbalance that depressing, miserable subject, I took the most beautiful form of human endeavor, which is dance, and began making dancers just simply as a balance.” Check out Steve Pi Piscitelli, Sculptor



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72 - Lynn Whipple: Mixed Media

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, Jan 15, 2014


Lynn Whipple: I am deeply grateful to live my life as an artist. Play and discovery are my dearest and most constant companions. There are a zillion tiny challenges in each art making experience, and so often I find, just as many small, sweet victories. Without a doubt, living creatively is the most enjoyable and satisfying game I know. Check out http://lynnwhipple.com and http://lynnwhipplepleinairpaintings.wordpress.com/



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71 - Lynn Whipple: OMG

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, Jan 08, 2014


Lynn Whipple: I am deeply grateful to live my life as an artist. Play and discovery are my dearest and most constant companions. There are a zillion tiny challenges in each art making experience, and so often I find, just as many small, sweet victories. Without a doubt, living creatively is the most enjoyable and satisfying game I know. Check out http://lynnwhipple.com and http://lynnwhipplepleinairpaintings.wordpress.com/



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70 - Jim Hosner: Favorite Silver Jewelry

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Dec 16, 2013


Jim Hosner has been teaching Silversmithing at the Art & History Museums - Maitland Art Center since 1992. In addition to jewelry and painting, Jim creates sculpture and fused glass, and has participated in shows in Orlando and Berlin, Germany. He is a graduate of Central Michigan University.



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69 - Robert Ross: Downtown Orlando Rooftops

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Dec 16, 2013


Robert Ross: I seek to portray the beauty, mystery and hidden life of the ordinary in natural and human-made environments. I am drawn to the space between things and how it can suggest absence, relationship, yearning or becoming. My paintings often convey a quiet stillness, a sense that something has just happened or is about to happen, the hint of an unseen presence. While good design is my starting point, more and more I see form as simply a vehicle to transmit the pleasures of light and color. Check out http://www.robertrossart.com



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68 - Jamieson Thomas: A Rose is a Rose, or Is It?

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Fri, Dec 13, 2013


Jamieson Thomas explains her series on Roses, a work in progress. She is an artist focused on capturing a moment in time, an expression, and the integration of text and art through oil painting, photography and mixed media.



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67 - Jim Hosner: Silversmithing

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Dec 10, 2013


Jim Hosner has been teaching Silversmithing at the Art & History Museums - Maitland Art Center since 1992. In addition to jewelry and painting, Jim creates sculpture and fused glass, and has participated in shows in Orlando and Berlin, Germany. He is a graduate of Central Michigan University.



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66 - Jamieson Thomas: Blank Canvas

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Thu, Dec 05, 2013


Jamieson Thomas is an artist focused on capturing a moment in time, an expression, and the integration of text and art through oil painting, photography and mixed media.



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65 - Lynn Whipple: 100 Bad Paintings

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Dec 02, 2013


Lynn Whipple: I am deeply grateful to live my life as an artist. Play and discovery are my dearest and most constant companions. There are a zillion tiny challenges in each art making experience, and so often I find, just as many small, sweet victories. Without a doubt, living creatively is the most enjoyable and satisfying game I know. Check out http://lynnwhipple.com and http://lynnwhipplepleinairpaintings.wordpress.com/



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64 - Robert Ross: Drive in Autumn

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Fri, Nov 29, 2013


Robert Ross: I seek to portray the beauty, mystery and hidden life of the ordinary in natural and human-made environments. I am drawn to the space between things and how it can suggest absence, relationship, yearning or becoming. My paintings often convey a quiet stillness, a sense that something has just happened or is about to happen, the hint of an unseen presence. While good design is my starting point, more and more I see form as simply a vehicle to transmit the pleasures of light and color. Check out http://www.robertrossart.com



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63 - Rae Marie: Tiger Speaks

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, May 29, 2012


Rae Marie has an interesting way of working with pastels and suede boards. Here she talks about her painting of Bolshoi, the tiger. Check out Framing 508 Gallery.



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62 - Rae Marie: Gift of the Moon

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Apr 23, 2012


Rae Marie has an interesting way of working with pastels. See how she works on a suede board. Check out Framing 508 Gallery.



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61 - Alfredo Mujica: The Three Graces

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Apr 16, 2012


Alfredo Mujica shows one of his styles in painting The Three Graces. Alfredo studied at the same school in Madrid as Picasso and Salvador Dali. Check out Framing 508 Gallery.



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60 - The Styles of Alfredo Mujica (Part 2)

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Apr 09, 2012


Alfredo Mujica studied at the same school in Madrid as Picasso and Salvador Dali. He shows us here his 3 styles that he is currently painting. Check out Framing 508 Gallery.



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59 - Rae Marie: Red Cello / Playful Pets

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Apr 02, 2012


Rae Marie has an interesting way of working with pastels. Here she talks about two of her different styles. Check out Framing 508 Gallery.



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58 - The Styles of Alfredo Mujica (Part 1)

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, Mar 14, 2012


Alfredo Mujica studied at the same school in Madrid as Picasso and Salvador Dali. He shows us here his 3 styles that he is currently painting. Check out Framing 508 Gallery.



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57 - Edson Campos: Opera

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, Jul 13, 2011


Edson Campos presents his painting called Opera, borrowing from a painting by Eugene Delacroix in which a king is destroying his kingdom. Opera was a 2009 Bronze Winner at the French Salon in the Grand Palais in Paris. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Edson has enjoyed sketching and painting since childhood and has become a completely self-taught artist. He moved to the United States in 1978 and quickly established himself as an artist of the highest caliber. He has exhibited his lifelike paintings and drawings at major cities throughout the country, winning many awards and much recognition. Check out Edson Campos Artwork.



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56 - The Studio of Merri Pattinian

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, Jul 06, 2011


Merri Pattinian gives you a tour of her studio, and explains more of her unique style of mixed media using metal, fabric, paper and glass.



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55 - Kathleen Brodeur: Jardin d’Amour

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Wed, Jun 22, 2011


Kathleen Brodeur presents her impressionist style oil painting, Jardin d’Amour, or Garden of Love. Kathleen’s oil paintings are brought to life with her strong, bold use of color and the spontaneity of the palette knife. She loves to travel and creates paintings from her own collection of photographs, calling them “painted memories”. Check out Kathleen Brodeur Fine Art.



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54 - Edson Campos: Muse

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Sun, Jun 12, 2011


Edson Campos presents his painting called Muse, explaining how the elements of the painting are related to his wife. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Edson has enjoyed sketching and painting since childhood and has become a completely self-taught artist. He moved to the United States in 1978 and quickly established himself as an artist of the highest caliber. He has exhibited his lifelike paintings and drawings at major cities throughout the country, winning many awards and much recognition. Check out Edson Campos Artwork.



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53 - The Style of Merri Pattinian

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Thu, Jun 02, 2011


Merri Pattinian welcomes you to her studio, and explains something of her unique style of mixed media using metal, fabric, paper and glass.



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52 - The Orlando/Berlin Connection

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Apr 18, 2011


Robin (RV) Van Arsdol takes you on a short tour of artwork by German and American artists at the Orlando/Berlin Connection held at the Orlando Museum of Art.



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51 - Edson Campos: And What About The Truth? (Part 4)

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Feb 22, 2011


Edson Campos presents Part 4, and final part, of his latest superb creation, And What About The Truth? The painting is now completely finished. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Edson has enjoyed sketching and painting since childhood, and he has become a completely self-taught artist. He moved to the United States in 1978 and quickly established himself as an artist of the highest caliber. He has exhibited his lifelike paintings and drawings at major cities throughout the country, winning many awards and much recognition. Check out Edson Campos Artwork.



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50 - Edson Campos: And What About The Truth? (Part 3)

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Feb 15, 2011


Edson Campos presents Part 3 (half finished) of his latest superb creation, And What About The Truth? Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Edson has enjoyed sketching and painting since childhood, and he has become a completely self-taught artist. He moved to the United States in 1978 and quickly established himself as an artist of the highest caliber. He has exhibited his lifelike paintings and drawings at major cities throughout the country, winning many awards and much recognition. Check out Edson Campos Artwork.



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49 - Edson Campos: And What About The Truth? (Part 2)

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Feb 08, 2011


Edson Campos presents Part 2 (partially painted) of his latest superb creation, And What About The Truth? Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Edson has enjoyed sketching and painting since childhood, and he has become a completely self-taught artist. He moved to the United States in 1978 and quickly established himself as an artist of the highest caliber. He has exhibited his lifelike paintings and drawings at major cities throughout the country, winning many awards and much recognition. Check out Edson Campos Artwork.



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48 - Edson Campos: And What About The Truth? (Part 1)

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Feb 01, 2011


Edson Campos presents Part 1 of his latest superb creation, And What About The Truth? Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Edson has enjoyed sketching and painting since childhood, and he has become a completely self-taught artist. He moved to the United States in 1978 and quickly established himself as an artist of the highest caliber. He has exhibited his lifelike paintings and drawings at major cities throughout the country, winning many awards and much recognition. Check out Edson Campos Artwork.



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47 - Kathleen Brodeur: Gustave Moreau Studio

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Jan 25, 2011


Kathleen Brodeur presents one of her latest paintings, Gustave Moreau Studio. Kathleen’s oil paintings are brought to life with her strong, bold use of color and the spontaneity of the palette knife. She loves to travel and creates paintings from her own collection of photographs, calling them “painted memories”. Check out Kathleen Brodeur Fine Art.



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46 - Kathleen Brodeur: San Marcos Square

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Tue, Jan 18, 2011


Kathleen Brodeur presents one of her latest paintings, San Marcos Square in Venice. Kathleen’s oil paintings are brought to life with her strong, bold use of color and the spontaneity of the palette knife. She loves to travel and creates paintings from her own collection of photographs, calling them “painted memories”. Check out Kathleen Brodeur Fine Art.



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45 - TR3: My Three Ladies

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Mon, Jan 10, 2011


Orlando artist TR3 explains his painting called “My Three Ladies.” A popular painting that has generated a lot of comments.



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44 - Van J: Last of the Dying Queens

Author: Orlando Television at Orlando Tech
Thu, Dec 23, 2010


Orlando artist Van J explains his painting “Last of the Dying Queens” A comment on his heritage. A look at the world we live in.



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