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.
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 talked to Mary Early about Artist Citizen. Artist Citizen was exhibit at Hemphill Gallery that included several artist in the DC area that explored the concept of artist as a citizen in the community. They talk about this concept and how you might interpret what an Artist Citizen is. Mary Early is an artist and works at Hemphill Gallery. Huge thank you to Mary for doing the interview. If you want to learn more about Artist Citizen exhibit you can go to hemphillfinearts.com and on Instagram at @artistcitizen and don’t forget ArtBoxDMV is also on Instagram at @ArtBoxDMV . And as always 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!
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.
Welcome to another episode of ArtBox. In this episode Jason calls Christy Powers in her home in New York city. Like most of us, she is staying home to help in her part to flatten that curve of Covid-19. Like Christy, Jason is doing his part as well. And it’s encouraged others to do the same. With that let’s talk about art. Christy is a painter who works with Ink, gouache, watercolor and liquid acrylic on paper. Her subjects and narratives are primarily based on personal photos. We talk about her beginnings as well as her earlier works. We also talk about the themes and narratives she explores in her work. Jason asked her the advice question and his favorite art philosophy question. Want to give a huge thank Christy again for taking the time to do the interview. If you want to learn more about her and her work visit her website at ChristyPowers.org or her Instagram at christy_powers. To hear past episodes of ArtBox you can visit the web site at ArtBoxDMV.com. Until next time 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!
In this episode Jason traveled up to New York City. He went to some of the art fairs that where going on and because of the coronavirus outbreak happening, people where bumping elbows instead of Shaking hands. He wasn’t able to make it to all of the fairs, but the ones he did attend were diverse and accessible. They were small more intimate and were happing on multiple floors. Jason was able to grab some interviews at Volta Art Fair and Spring/Break Art Show. First up is Kamiar Maleki. Kamiar is the fair director for Volta. Next up the Safarani Sisters. They are visual artist and that use painting and video projections. Zavier, Gallerist for Charle Smith Gallery and he is an artist that had his work shown by C&C Gallery and his work was at Volta as well. They talk about his gallery and the theme in the booth. Rinus van Hall is a visual Artist who painted self portraits with social media filters and the fear that might come with them. Last but not least Jeila Gueramian. She created a nice and warm, cozy environment at Spring/Break art show. Want to say a huge thank you to Volta and Spring break art show. And want to say thank you to everyone that was interviewed as well. And of course a thank you to you to the listener. Until next time!
In this episode Jason mets up with Sarah Jamison. Sarah is a visual artist who mainly works in color pencil. Her subject matter focuses on the universal and prevalent impact of digital media in our culture. They talk about memes and their impact and her process. If you want to learn more about Sarah go to her website at http://www.sarah-jamison.com/ Or you can go to her Instagram page at sarahjanejamison. And a huge thank Sarah for taking the time to do the interview.