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.
This is from Michael’s bio. Michael is a West Virginia native and graduate of Shepherd University located in Shepherdstown, WV. After earning his BFA in Painting he continued his studies at the Schuler School of Fine Art in Baltimore, MD. Where he learned the skills and techniques associated with classical realist painting. Michael, along with Emily Vaughn, started Badger Hound Studio and Gallery.
Michael’s web site is http://www.michaeltimothydavis.com and Michael’s instagram page is MichaelTDavis.fineart or his Facebook page at @Michael.Davis.art
It’s another episode of ArtBox! Since it’s the new year and all, I thought why not take a close listen to Teresa Oaxaca, Erik Sandberg and Sheldon Scott what advice and tips they have to establish one’s self in the art world. And I give a tip myself! Happy year!
Episode 2 of Artbox is out now! We interview Erik Sandberg about his work, life and getting started. He’s on Instagram @thor_shimmer and here’s a link to Erik’s web site for more enjoy!