Click here to see the second WIBW Art Talk segment featuring my artwork: Local Restaurant Doubles As Art Gallery For Local Artists. This piece focuses more on the RowHouse, the venue for my current show. But there are a couple of clips from my interview and several shots of my artwork.
Here’s the link to the Art Talk segment WIBW did covering my artwork, Not Your Typical Painting: Local Artist Uses Anything But Brushes.
They actually split my interview into two segments. So unbeknownst to me, a second, completely unique Art Talk segment aired the following Sunday morning talking about my paintings and the RowHouse. I would have never known about it if my boss, Jake hadn’t mentioned seeing it. Guess that’s what I get for sleeping past 10am on a Sunday!
Check back for coverage of the second Art Talk segment.
WIBW’s Morning Show featured me and my artwork on their weekly Art Talk segment on Sunday. It was great!
I actually taped the interview for the piece on Wednesday before I left town for Thanksgiving. The whole thing was pretty cool. I met Lindsey Shively and her cameraman at the RowHouse, and talked for about 20 minutes without me even realizing that they were rolling tape. I was really impressed with the camera work and the close-up shots that the cameraman got of my new piece.
WIBW is going to be posting the spot on their website soon. As soon as it’s up, I’ll provide a link.
I awoke this morning to a pleasent suprise! I was going through my normal morning routine, reading the Topeka Capital-Journal when I saw it – I am the featured artist in Bill Blankenship’s write-up about tonight’s First Friday Art Walk!
Check it out: Art Blooms at Art Walk
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Check out Giving it her all in this month’s The X, a monthly arts and entertainment magazine that covers the Kansas City area. The article features 3 photographs of me by my artwork hanging currently at Cafe Trio.
Mr. James Foley, the reporter writing the article, did a brilliant job capturing my spirit and my love for painting! And the photographer, Paul Beaver, was so fun to work with! He had a vision in mind and positioned me in all the right spots to highlight my work.