Ep 87 Kyle Staver : Human Touch And Persistent Heart

Ep 87 Kyle Staver : Human Touch And Persistent Heart

I had such an enjoyable conversation with artist Kyle Staver in Brooklyn. Kyle has been painting for the last 30 years or so. Her large-scale figure paintings are magical, funny, very human and they convey a world that Kate Leibman of the Brooklyn Rial described as...
Ep 86 – Mary Jane Ansell : Impress Yourself First

Ep 86 – Mary Jane Ansell : Impress Yourself First

I had a lovely chat with artist Mary Jane Ansell in the U.K. Mary paints pristine paintings of modern subjects in a style she describes as, “contemporary romanticism.” She has been a finalist in the BP Portrait Award in 2004, 2009, 2010 and 2012. Her work features on...
Ep 85 – Tamara Muller : Looking below the surface

Ep 85 – Tamara Muller : Looking below the surface

I had a great conversation with Tamara Muller in Holland. Tamara paints evocative paintings of childlike figures that are sort of realistic and sort of not, and they all have Tamara’s face. Her work is much sought after and she is collected internationally. We talk...
Ep 84 – Janine Galizia : Getting A Reaction

Ep 84 – Janine Galizia : Getting A Reaction

I had a great conversation with Australian water-colorist Janine Gallizia from her home and studio in France. Janine’s paintings are skillful, atmospheric and ethereal. She exhibits her work and teaches internationally. She has won numerous awards, has written three...
Ep 83 – Ted Randler : An artist who paints

Ep 83 – Ted Randler : An artist who paints

I had a great conversation with artist Ted Randler in Washington. Ted paints contemporary figurative scenes made from tiny abstract marks that live somewhere between mosaic and pixels. Ted came through art schools in the punk era of the early 80’s making big collages...