Welcome to another episode of ArtBox, In this episode Jason talks to Ali Shrago-Spechler who’s an artist out of New York. She started off as an oil painter and then moved into an immersive world with cardboard. You’ll learn more about that in the interview as well as her future project in Germany. They also discussed Ali’s philosophy of labeling something as art.A once again, a huge thank you to Ali for taking the time to do the interview. If you want to learn more about Ali and her work you can go to her website at https://alispechler.com And her Instagram is alishragospechler. And don’t forget to follow ArtBox on Instagram at ArtBoxDMV. So with that… Sit back and relax… And enjoy the interview and thank you for listening.
In this episode Jason talk’s to Umar Rashid. Umar aka Frohawk Twofeathers is a visual artist that re-imagines 18th century colonial history thru a narrative of painting and sculpture of the fictitious superpowers Frengland and Fenoscandia. We talk about his work with these narratives and his start into the visual arts. So… Sit back, relax and enjoy the interview. A Huge thank you to Umar for taking the time to do the interview. If you want to learn more about Umar, go to his Instagram at frohawktwofeathers or you can go to New image art gallery. To hear past episodes of art box visit the web site at artboxdmv.com until next time thank you for listening!
Welcome to episode 24. In this episode Jason talks with Julie Brookman. Julie works with Encaustic paints. If you don’t know, encaustic paint is wax with pigment that’s heated up then painted on a surface to form a painting. We talk about Her process with encaustic paints and her start in to it. We also talk about of her series Saudade and the story behind that. If you want to see Julis’s work and learn more about Julie, you can go to her website at juliebrookman.com. And her Instagram page is juliebrookman. Huge thank you goes out to Julie for doing the interview and A thank you to you! Until next time, enjoy!
Welcome to yet another episode of ArtBox. Jason sits down with Nicola Charles of 11:Eleven gallery. If you remember in a past episode Jason spoke to her at her booth at Superfine art fair in DC. Jason wanted to sit down with her again at her gallery and expand on how she start the 11:Eleven and why. They talk about inclusion and tips for artist wanting to show in a gallery. A Huge thank you to Nicola for taking her time for the Interview. If you want learn more information about 11:Eleven gallery, you can go to the website at 11:elevengallery.com and the gallery’s instagram is 11eleven_gallery. Thank you for listening, so with that, sit back and relax and enjoy the interview.
In this episode Jason sits down with Sarah Kahle. Sarah is a visual Artist who likes to draw and paint the human figure. We talk about Sarah’s childhood, how and why she started the Metro Series and the As we came series. Plus we talk about her philosophy, aesthetics and her advice to her past self. If you want learn more information about Sarah, you can go to her, website at www.sarahkahle.com and her instagram is discothumbs . A big thank you to Sarah for doing the interview and a huge thank you for tuning in. So, with that, sit back and relax and enjoy the Interview.
In this episode Jason sit’s down with Joshua Gamma after one of his radio shows at the Eaton Hotel. Joshua is a curator, Desinger, artist, DJ and Musician. We talk about past shows he Curated his love of music and his path into the arts. A huge thank you to Joshua for taking his time for doing the Interview.
If you want learn more information about Joshua, you can go to his website at JOSHUAGAMMA.COM
or you can go to his instagram page at GAMMATIME. And, thank you for listening.
Welcome to another episode of Artbox. In this episode Jason interviews Kirsten Anderson. Kirsten is the owner of Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle, WA. She wrote the first survey on Pop Surrealism. Was an Editor-at-large and writer for Hi Fructose Magazine from 2007-2014. She started a wildlife conservation non-profit called Creatura Wildlife. We talk about how she started the gallery, Pop Surrealism, her philosophy on art, what advice she would give to artist and Creatura Wildlife. If you would like to learn more about Her gallery you can go to her website at roqlarue.com. The instagram page for the gallery is RoqLaRue and Kirsten’s wildlife non-profit is creaturawild.org. So with that, head on over to Mixcloud and hear the interview!