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I had a lovely conversation with Adrienne Stein in Colorado. Adrienne paints dreamy visions of a beautiful world, classically realist in style, highly detailed in execution. She has won numerous awards and participated in many group and solo shows. Her work is much sought after and collected within America and around the world.
We talk about county Kerry, Andrew Lloyd Webber, roadkill, and of course art, lots of art and painting . . .
Here are the main points of what we talk about:
- Laguna College of Art & Design,
- Contemporary art training,
- Creative lulls,
- Life experience,
- Recording ideas,
- Working from life,
- Colour studies,
- Art history,
- RJD Gallery fire,
- Underlying theme to work,
- Pre-Raphaelite parallels,
- Social media,
- Most moving painting to make,
- Artistic challenges,
To find out more about Adrienne and her work
Most moving painting to make . . .
Referenced in the podcast . . .
My article about the fire at RJD Gallery
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An interview worth listening to as an artist!
Great conversation, great questions. Really enjoyed it.
Thank you Frank, I’m glad you enjoyed it.
I came to your podcast via Adrienne’s website. This is a great interview and now I m going to delve into the rest of your work to keep me company as I paint. Thanks
Nice interview, I really liked Adrienne’s views on Holbein and using a limited palette since I am similarly inspired. I love her artwork. And I really resonated with this interview. Also I’ve been listening to your podcasts almost everyday these past 2 moths while painting and doing yoga 🙂 Thanks John for all the interesting conversations. Greetings from the deep south, Cape Town, South Africa.