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84 - Robin Van Arsdol: Ekatherina Savtchenko & Johann Eyfells

March 30th, 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

March 13th, 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

March 13th, 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

March 10th, 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

May 14th, 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

March 7th, 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

March 4th, 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

February 19th, 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

February 12th, 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

February 7th, 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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