Episode 78: I met Kathleen Dixon Donnelly on Facebook. She’s a writer who lives in Birmingham, UK with her Irish husband. She is originally from Pittsburgh.
Our research cross paths & her blog, Such Friends covers a lot of the same people in the Irish Literary Revival that I am writing about. I wanted to have her on the podcast so we could chat about the subject of my upcoming book.
Episode 77: Today I talk to Amanda Uribe and Natalie Kates of the Latchkey Gallery. The Latchkey Gallery isn’t your typical gallery. They don’t have a brick and mortar base. They partner with other spaces to house their exhibitions. It is so cutting edge! We talk about the Techno Abstractions exhibition which is currently going on at the Core Club on E. 55th street until August 31, 2018.
Episode 76: I talk to Melissa Hyde of the University of Florida at Gainsville, where she’s the professor of Art History. Her specialty is 18th- and 19th-Century European Art. We talk about the traveling exhibition she curated, Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment, which is currently showing at the Crocker Museum, in Sacramento, Cal. until August 19, 2018.
Charles-Antpome Coypel, 1694-1752
Jacqueline-Elisabeth Begon de Montfermeil, Demoiselle de la Source
Jean Baptiste Oudry, 1686 – 1755 Seated Lady in a Garden Oil on canvas 100 x 90cm
Jean-Baptiste Oudry 1686-1755
Presumed portrait of Lieutenant Claude-Andre Courtin de Crouey, Seigneur des Quatre Fils et Cormeilles-en-Parisis, 1723, Oil on canvas 100 x 80 cm
Episode 75: Today I talk to the fantastic Libby Garon of Walker Fine Art Gallery in Denver, Colorado. We talk about the Mark Makers group exhibition [I love the name], which is going on until July 7, 2018.
Episode 80: Today I chat with the fabulous Cathy Bert of the Bert Gallery in Providence, Rhode Island. We are talking about Rhode Island native Dean Richardson’s exhibition as well as Remix: Modern and Classic exhibition. It’s a unique exhibition which partners with a couple of the local antique stores. It will be on view until August 13, 2018.
Check out their website. They are a great resource of Rhode Island art history.
Episode 73: Today I chat with Dr. Susan Edwards from the Frist Museum in Nashville. We talk about Feat,Nick Cave‘s traveling exhibition, Feat. Feat refers to the amount of hard work that goes into which goes into attaining success. This exhibition goes until June 24, 2018.
Episode 72: Today I chat with my friend Lulu Schwall. I’ve known Luann for over 20 years and we discuss something we’ve never discussed before. She talks about the reason she paints. We talk about beauty and perception; And as always, we laugh a lot.
Episode 70: Today I talk to Lou Meisel of the Louis K. Meisel Gallery in New York City. We talk about the super realist Yigal Ozeri, A New York Story exhibition. His pictures look like photographs, but they are paintings!
All images c. Louis K. Meisel. Used with permission.