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Born in the foothills of the Ozarks, Ted Blaylock grew up in the St. Louis, Mo. area. During his early adult life, Blaylock held a variety of tough jobs, all far removed from the art world. However, throughout this period one common thread remained: the love of art. Regardless of the job, his leisure time was spent developing his talent to draw and paint. Basically self-taught, Blaylock set out for a full time career in 1965 and opened his own art studio and gallery in Collinsville, Illinois in 1969. In 1972, the Blaylocks headed west to Arizona to exhibit and further his art career. For the past thirty years, Blaylock's art has enhanced collectors' walls in many different states and abroad. His national reputation in the art world is greatly respected.
Modern European and Zen influences, intertwined with natural themes, works develop with textural nuances, derived from many layers, evoking a sense of detail in the obscure of fading in and out of undulating hues.
Drizzle art by Robert Holton depicts pop culture icons which are digitally printed onto stretched canvas, then hand-painted using Robert’s “drizzle” technique. The final paintings are bright, colorful, fun, and often very meaningful to viewers who find their own unique links to the friendly imagery.
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ArtMoose show host Roshelle Baier interviews Stephen Schubert at the Licensing Expo where he talks about his new style, a radical departure from his realistic 3-D wall sculptures for which he is nationally known.
Ron McWhorter with ArtMoose interviews Sona Mirzaei during Press Day for Elephant Parade. This event was held at the St Regis Resort located in Dana Point California.
Artist Sona Mirzaei had not one but two elephants in the event. Here are her thoughts... "The opening launch of Elephant Parade at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort was spectacular! Great vistas of beautiful Laguna Niguel, Pacific Ocean, and of course a herd of wonderfully designed elephants by celebrities, royals, local and international artists for this amazing cause and pursuit of help save endangered Asian Elephants."
ArtMoose show host Roshelle Baier interviews artist Jenny Foster at Licensing Expo 2014. Her style is purposely reckless, primitive yet contemporary, gentle while being strong, bold but sweet, powerful, joyful and refreshing.Check out this great video
Anita sits down with ArtMoose show host Ron McWhorter and discusses her vision and style. Dragging, rubbing and spreading oil paints, gold, copper or silver leaf peak out from underneath the layers adding reflective qualities in a certain light or time of day.
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