Friday, October 19, 2012

Newly Released: Autumn Issues of Aa and APVM

Artists on Art (see previous post) is a high-quality, all-digital magazine written by artists for artists.  Released quarterly, the magazine is now on its fourth installment, and if you have not checked it out yet, what are you waiting for?  The current issue features articles by C.W. Mundy, Nancy Depew, Michael Alan,  Gregory Manchess, Josh Clare, Christopher Groves, Bryce Cameron Liston, Lori Woodward, a show preview by curator Allison Malafronte, and an article by art collector Mary Linda Strotkamp.  Visit the magazine's website for more information, including subscription options.

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Article by Bryce Cameron Liston

Page One of a demo by Bryce Cameron Liston

Article by Gregory Manchess


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The Fall issue of American Painting Video Magazine is also now available.  It's another great episode, chock-full of interviews.  Featured in this installment are Jon deMartin, Julio Reyes, Deborah Paris, Douglas Fryer, John Morra, Lauren Tilden, Michael Klein, a tour of the America China Oil Painting Artists League inaugural exhibition in Beijing, and a review of Thomas Kegler's new landscape painting DVD by yours truly.  THE MAGAZINE IS FREE, so visit the APVM website, register, and watch the episode before it is archived (past issues can be purchased online).

Julio Reyes discussing what influences his paintings.

Lauren Tilden talking about her background in art conservation, and the difficult balance of being
a mother and a painter.

John Morra offers a tour of his studio (a refurbished church), and a look at his unique palette.

Michael Klein demo filmed at his studio in Buenos Aries (in Spanish with English subtitles)


David Gluck said...

So you couldn't find a better pic of Julio. It looks like someone just kicked him the shin.

rahina q.h. said...

thank you for this link!

Susan Roux said...

Thanks for all the info.

innisart said...

@ David - It was all of that beautiful California sunshine making Julio squint.

If you'll notice, I didn't include a pic of me - every time I tried to grab a frame of me, it looked like I had just finished sucking down a chocolate Frosty from Wendy's through my right nostril. (It couldn't be the left because of my deviated septum).