In this episode Jason traveled up to Pennsylvania to talk to Mark Wagner. Mark is a Collage Artist, makes physical books and from time to time writes poetry. In his collage work, his uses US currencies, mainly George Washington who’s on the US dollar bill, to tell stories and mythes. They talk about he start into the arts. The themes Mark explores and could they apply to crypto currencies and what’s something people might not understand about his work. A huge thank you to Mark for taking the time to do the interview. To see Mark’s work and learn more about him, go to his web site at MarkWagnerInc.com. And don’t forget to check out his Instagram at @markwagnerinc. So, with that, enjoy the interview!
Welcome to yet another ArtBox DMV episode. Jason travels to the neighborhood of NOMA durning DC Walls Festival. Formerly called Pow! Wow! DC, it stills features great artists, epic walls and awesome volunteers. So, grab a bottle of water, and lets take a walk and around NOMA and meet some artists! First stop, Baghead. Now let’s walk over to Alethia Tanner Park and talk to A.L. Grime Durning a rain delay, Jason talked to Immanual Ahiable. Then Jason chats with Sarah Jane Jamison. Next to Sarah is Kimchi Juice. Jason talks to Kathrine Campagna about her Wall and he talks to Jeremiah Edwards about his. After a great crab dinner, Jason sat down with Jack, Mark and Mat. They talked about the wall they worked on. Jason heads on over to Blake Jones’s wall. Last on Jason’s adventure is Cris Zuniga. Thank you to all the artist for taking the time to do the interviews. Jason would like to thank Kelly Towles as well for allowing him to tag along for the adventure. If you want to learn more about the festival go to DC-Walls.com. And please visit the artists Instagram pages or their websites for more information on their work. To hear this episode in full and past episodes, goto the website at ArtBoxDMV.com And ArtBoxDMV is on Instagram at ArtBoxDMV. Until next time, thanks for listening!
In this episode Jason talks to Michelle Jaffé. Michelle is an interdisciplinary artist who creates installations of sculptures, sounds and performative videos. The environments that she crates offers opportunities for viewers to shift their attitudes and experiences to new connections. They talk about her installation Wappen Field, her influence of Asian Art and how she got started down her path into her work. If you want to to learn more about Michelle and her work goto her website at michellejaffe.com. She’s on Instagram as well at michellejaffeart. Thank you to Michelle for taking the time to do the interview and thank you for listening.
In this episode Jason had the chance to talk to Camille Rose Garcia. Camille is Visual Artist who’s work depicts broken narrative paintings of wasteland fairy tales and the duality of things. They talk about her new solo show called “Obsidian Butterfly” that will be at KP Projects gallery September 11th through October 9th 2021. They also talk about the themes in her new solo show, her influences and advice for artist. If you want to learn about Camille you can go to her website at Camillerosegarica. She is also on Instagram at crgstudios . KP Projects is at KPProjectsGallery.net. To hear past episodes of ArtBoxDM, go to the website at ArtBoxDMV.com Don’t forget ArtBoxDMV is on Instagram at ArtBoxDMV. And a huge thank you to Camille for taking her time for the interview. And, until next time Thank you for listening!
Welcome to ArtBox DMV! In this Episode Jason sits down with Cory Lee Stowers near the graffiti museum off of 14th St NW. Cory is a graffiti artist, musician, graphic artist, curator, Director of DC Murals and has been and still is, in graffiti crews. As Cory ate tacos from Pica Taco and Jason had chips and guac, they talked about Cory’s start into the world of graffiti, his music, Aerosoul: Murals of our time and where graffiti stands today. Head over to Cory’s web site at rockcreeklee.com and his Instagram is Rockcreeklee. Make sure to check out DC Mural’s website as well, at www.dcmurals.org and its Instagram is DCMurals . Want to say thank you to Cory for doing the interview and thank you for listening!
Hello and welcome back to ArtBox DMV, In this episode Jason talks to Rupert Ravens. Rupert is the founder and director of Shenandoah Museum of Contemporary Art, curator and artist. They talk about Rupert’s work in his latest solo show Cicada Cycle-Salon Style. Also discus how Rupert develop his style and themes he explores in his work. They also talked about how Rupert started Shenandoah Museum of Contemporary Art. How he became a curator and what people might not understand about his work. A huge thank you to Rupert for taking the time to do the interview. If you want to learn more about Rupert head on over to design.Nexxt.us and nexxt.us. To learn more about Shenandoah Museum of Contemporary Art head over to ShenMoca.org. And as always thank you for listening.
Welcome back to ArtBox DMV. In this two part episode Jason welcomes back Daniel “Attaboy” Seifert. Daniel is back on to talk about Game of Shrooms in the first part and in the second part, they talk about Daniel’s solo show Metamorphic, his time in a band and among other things, documentary that he’s is in. Game of Shrooms happens this year on June 12th at Noon local time. If you don’t know, Game of Shrooms is like a hide and Seek of artwork of Mushrooms from Artist that takes place around the world. If you want to learn more about Game of Shrooms and Daniel’s solo show Metamorphic, go to yumfactory.com. Over on instagram check out Shroomdrop to see the latest with that. Make sure check out Daniel’s instagram at attayumfactory for the latest there. Thank you to Daniel, for taking the time to do the interview. And thanks to you for listening.
Hello and welcome to ArtBox DMV in this episode Jason met up with Michael Douglas Jones.Michael an artist who explores positive memories through the use of assemblages of drawing, painting, photographs, sculpture, found objects and collage to make a book of memories. They talk about how he got his start in art his transition from oil painting to assemblages. They also talk about how he would like the viewer to respond to his work and his advice for other artist. Thank Michael for taking the time to do the interview. And, thank you to Gallery 322 for allowing them to do the interview at the gallery.If you want to read the letters and poems that go with the memory books, go to Michael’s website at MichaelDouglasJones.com. Head on over to Gallery 322’s Instagram for the latest at Gallery322Frederick . To hear past interviews go to artboxdmv.com Thank you for listening and enjoy the interview.
Hello welcome to ArtBoxDMV. In This episode Jason talks to Tomo77. Tomo77’s work feels like a woodblock cut with a high visual contrast and symbolism. The cross pollination of todays symbols and symbols of middle ages and alchemy, make for a story of our times. We talk about the subjects he explores and how color plays a role in his work. And many thank yous go to Tomo77 for taking the time to do the interview. If you want to see more of his work, head to Instagram at tomo7701. And if you would like to get one of his prints, go to Serigraphic Systems. Don’t forget ArtBox is on Instagram at ArtBoxDMV. Until next time, thank you for listening.
In this episode Jason talks to Adrian Ferguson he’s the owner of the multi-disciplinary artist studio, Of Art of Noize that’s located in the Petworth area of Washington, D.C. They talk about how Adrian got his start in arts, how he came up with the name of the gallery and the brief history of the gallery. To learn more about Art of Noize and the hours and location, visit the website at ArtofNoizedmv.com. Art of Noize is also on Instagram at @artofnoizedmv. Many thank yous to Adrain for taking the time to do the interview. And don’t forget that ArtBoxDMV is also on Instagram at @ArtBoxDMV. So with all of that enjoy the interview and thank you for listening!