Episode 90: Today I talk to Louise Feder about the American Moderns exhibition going on at the Michener Art Museum . This exhibition shows some of the best Modernist paintings. We talk about the Delaware Valley, the Ashcan School, and non-objective painting. This exhibition goes until October 21, 2018.
R.A.D. Miller, Rooftops, New Hope, c. 1931. Oil on canvas. 20 x 24 in. James A. Michener Art Museum. Gift of Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest.
Louis K. Stone, Abstraction, 1938. Oil on canvas. 24 x 20 in. James A. Michener Art Museum. Gift of Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest.
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 50 : In a special 50th episode Brooke talks talk to her long-time friend Luann Schwall, who actualized her dream of being an artist after establishing a career as a therapist. Check out her designs at http://www.fifiandluludesigns.
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Episode 34: One of the most significant artists of the 20th Century, Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) was devoted to creating imagery that expressed what she called “the wideness and wonder of the world as I live in it.” The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, offers insights not only into the artist’s paintings, but also her creative process and the light and landscape that inspired her.
Brooke talks to Dr. Cody Hartley, Director of Curatorial Affairs, about Georgia O’Keeffe’s Far Wide Texas, a collection of watercolors the artist created during the time she lived in Canyon, Texas (1916-1918). This was a period of radical innovation and marks O’Keeffe’s commitment to abstraction. Dr. Hartley explains how these paintings exemplify O’Keeffe’s refusal to be restrained by convention or to be defined by others.
In the words of O’Keeffe herself, “Take time to look…” And to listen.
Episode 9: Today I talk to Sarah Kate Gillespie, PhD, of the Georgia Museum of Art. We talk about the David Ligare’s ultra-realistic exhibition which is on loan to them from the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento.