Month: August 2021

My chat with Louisiana artist, Frank Kelley Jr.

Episode 191: Today I chat with Louisiana artist, consultant and speaker, Frank Kelley. He is a businessman-turned artist. He’s got a lot of great insights about the artistic path. We talk about remembering what it was like when he wasn’t an artist and how that changes your perspective. We talk about what makes investment quality art, representational art vs. abstract art, and lots more.

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My studio visit with artist, Susan Macnamara

Episode 190: Today I get to visit Charlotte artist…and my neighbor… Susan Macnamara’s studio. She had always done art, but the pandemic really drove her to create. She started posting pictures of her pour art on our neighborhood page. Now she is doing “pours” onto LP records!

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My chat with Khalil Kinsey about The Kinsey Collection at the Tacoma Art Museum

Episode 189: Today I get to chat with curator, Khalil Kinsey of the Tacoma Art Museum about a traveling exhibition that is very personal to him. His parents have collected rare African-American art during their 50 year marriage. They have some really rare treasures and now The Kinsey Collection is touring. I get the inside scoop from Khalil on what it was like to grow up with these treasures as well as curate this exhibition.

Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral, Phyllis Wheatley

Untitled, Hale Woodruff

Cover Photo: The Cultivators, Samuel Dunson 2000

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