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.
Welcome to ArtBox. In this Episode Jason talks to Anthony Hurd. Anthony is a visual artist who paints abstract portraiture and internal landscapes while remaining fluid. They talk about working for yourself, what people get wrong about him and free will. Huge thank you to Anthony for doing the interview. If you want to to learn more about Anthony and his work head on over to his Instagram at AnthonyHurd. To hear past episodes of ArtBox go to ArtBoxDmv.com and ArtBox is on Instagram at ArtBoxDmv.
Jason does a quick round up of the Virtual Art Fairs happening this week and weekend for 2020. As you know many of the fairs this year are happening virtually so let’s sit back and hear Jason talk about what’s he seen and know about.
Welcome to ArtBoxDMV episode 39. In this Episode Jason talks to Michael Campbell. Michael is a sculptor who’s work explores the connection with the fungi kingdom and human’s place in nature. His work uses symbols of religious icons and mushrooms to explore this connection and suggest that we all are connected to nature. They talk about this connection, the materials Michael uses, philosophy of nature and what advice Michael would give to his past self and other artist. Many thank you’s to Michael for taking the time to do this interview. If you want to learn more about Michael’s work he is on Instagram at michaelcampbellart. ArtBoxDMV is also on Instagram at ArtBoxDMV. Until the next episode, thank you for listening.
In this episode of ArtBox DMV Jason talks with Aniekan Udofia who’s an artist that has many murals around Washington DC. They talk about Aniekan’s subject matter, his painting process and how art effects a community. Oh and his private jet, I’ll see what that means towards the end of the show.If you want to learn more and see his work, head on over to Instagram at @aniekanreloaded and on Twitter under the same name at aniekanreloaded. You can check out Art Box DMV on Instagram at @ArtBoxDMV as well. So sit back, relax and enjoy the show…
Welcome to artbox. In this episode Jason talks to Christian Gordy who’s an artist and musician. If Christian isn’t creating or making music, he’s making and creating paintings and sculptures. His work is reminiscent of Joan Mitchell, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Francis Bacon all wrapped up into one. Full discloser,FYI, Jason has known Christian for a long time from another time and space. They talk about Christian’s work and his process as well as his philosophy of sorts. Many thanks to Christian for doing the interview. If you want to see Christian’s art work, you can check out his Instagram page at GordyGordyGordy. Check out one of his music projects, Blackout, head on over to bandcamp.com. Don’t forget to like, share and comment! So with that, thank you for listening sit back, relax and enjoy the interview.
Welcome yet to another episode of ArtBoxDMV. In this episode Jason headed over to the NOMA neighborhood to volunteer for Pow Wow Washington DC’s International Mural Festival. In the last episode, Jason spoke to with Kelly Towles about the festival. Check out the last episode for a refresher. So while Jason was volunteering, he had the chance to speak with some of the artist about their work, what influences that feeds into their work and philosophy of style. Jason Interviewed Marly Mcfly, Patrick Owens, Golden Rabbit Silent Monkey and Rodrigo Pradel. Many thank yous are in order to Kelly, Mark, JT and Jason AKA Trapper Jay. And many thanks to the artist as well for allowing Jason to stick a microphone in their faces for the interviews. Until next time thank you for listening.
In this Episode Jason talks to Atta AkA Daniel Seifert. He’s an Artist, Co-Founder /Editor of Hi Fructose Magazine and started Game of Shrooms. Game of Shrooms is like a hide and Seek of artwork of Mushrooms from Artist that takes place around the world on August 15 2020. Atta and Jason talk about how and why he started Game of Shrooms and couple tips on where you find them. And as always, a huge thank you to Atta for taking the time to do the interview. If you want to learn more about Game of Shrooms and Atta you can go to his website at yumfactory.com or you can go to his Instagram at @attayumfactory. To learn about Hi-Fructose Magazine head on over to hifructose.com or their Instagram @hifructosemag. And by the way, Artbox is on Instagram at ArtBoxDMV! Thank you for listening!
Welcome to another episode of ArtBox! In this episode Jason talks to Carlos Ramirez a Visual Artist out of the great state of California. Carlos’ paintings and sculptures deal with narratives of inequality in the Mexican-American communities and champions the every day man as an underdog. We talked about his influences, some pieces of his work, the desert and what advice would give to his past self and to other artist. Huge thank you to Carlos for doing the interview. If you want to learn about Carlos’ work you can go to his website at carlosramirezart.net or you can go to his Instagram at @c.ramirez2323. Artbox is on Instagram at ArtBoxDMV. Thank you for listening!