049: The Unruly Art of Linda Kaye-Moses

 

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  Our guest today is Linda Kaye-Moses.

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Linda Kaye-Moses has been a full-time professional studio jeweler since 1978 and has exhibited nationally in galleries and at juried craft shows, including the Smithsonian Craft Show, American Craft Council Craft Fairs, and The Paradise City Arts Festivals.

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She has been been teaching nationally and internationally since 1996, and from 1994-2001 she was the Jewelry/Metals Department Head at Interlaken School of Art (Stockbridge, MA).

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Kaye-Moses was the Curator for All That Glitters, (1984, Berkshire Artisans (Pittsfield, MA), Millennial Metal; The Art of Precious Metal Clay (2001, Lynn Tendler Bignell Gallery, Brookfield, CT; and Re-Collected/Re-Invented; the Narrative Craft Object (2005, Lynn Tendler Bignell Gallery, Brookfield, CT.

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She was a final cut juror for the international jewelry competition, The Saul Bell Design Awards (2010).

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Her work has been published most recently in: In the Picture; Framing the Visual Arts (Oxford University Press, Australia, 1996); Art Jewelry Today, Art Jewelry 2 , 3, and 4 (Schiffer Pub., 2003, 2008, 2011); Discovery; Fifty Years of Craft Experience at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts (Univ. of Maine Press); Fabulous Jewelry from Found Objects (Lark Books, 2005); Making Metal Beads (Lark Publishing, 2006); Metal Clay Fusion (Lark Books, 2012); and featured in the following periodicals: Craft Art International; Art Jewelry; Lapidary Journal; American Style; Metal Clay Artist; Cloth Paper and Scissors; and Niche Magazine.

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Kaye-Moses is the author of Pure Silver Metal Clay Beads (Creative Publishing International, 2009), a workshop-style book.

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She is also the author of Roots, Stems, and Branches; a Recollection, (2011) an illuminated and illustrated book featuring autobiographical musings, personal photographs and retrospective images of her jewels.

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A Bachelor of Arts degree recipient from The University of Vermont, she has received two Massachusetts Arts Lottery Council Grants, three Massachusetts Cultural Council Professional Development Grants, a Niche Award and has twice been Saul Bell Design Award Finalist (2005, 2014).

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Find Linda online at The Unruly Art of Linda Kaye-Moses.

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048: Roxanne Coble

 

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  We have a guest on today’s podcast!  Her name is Roxanne Coble, known online as “by bun.”

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Roxanne is a mixed media artist, illustrator, and maker of things.

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Known for her art journals, her work fuses both mixed media and illustration.

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Inspired by the quirks of everyday life, completed pages embrace a balance of humor…

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…and dark emotional themes – all while exploring topical events that occur within her personal life.

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Currently, Roxanne is working as an artist and freelance art educator in Los Angeles, California.

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Find Roxanne online:

Finally, Roxanne put together a super cute video all about her Make It Artsy TV experience.  Find it HERE.

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047: Make It Artsy

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  Today’s podcast is mostly about my experiencing filming Make It Artsy last week, and then some philosophical ramblings at the end.  Next week I’ll have a couple of longer blog posts with lots of photos of people and projects.  But in the meantime, here are the fabulous guests (lots of great links to follow, just click on the name you want):

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Top Row, L to R:

Middle Row, L to R:

Botton Row, L to R:

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046: Not Interesting

 

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  You’ll have to listen to the podcast if you want to know what the title means!  ;)

Here are links to some of the things we chat about on the podcast:

As discussed, here is an example of Braque vs. Picasso (source):

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And here’s the before and after of the painting I ruined:

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Episode 45: From Byron Bay Australia

 

I’ve got a new podcast from Australia for you.  Soon enough I’ll be headed home.  Seems surreal to think that my Australian adventure will soon be over.

Here are some of the things we mentioned during the podcast:

Video of me petting a kangaroo is HERE.  Photo version:

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Sydney Botanical Garden (long photo-filled post on this coming):

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Aboriginal Dot Art information can be found HERE and here is an example of what it looks like:

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A guide to some Aboriginal Art symbols can be found HERE.

And I found some cool dot painting process videos on YouTube.  This one is my favorite:

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