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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Artist Interview: Inga Dalrymple

Step inside the art and process of Sydney, Australia artist, Inga Dalrymple. She describes her process as "building a character up"  and how intuition plays a big role while working. Dalrymple also feels that art school "gave me my voice and my eye." Listen in below.




H Shape
2011
acrylic on canvas
20 x 25 cm(7"x9")
(private collection)






Bound
2011
acrylic on canvas
20 x 25 cm(7"x9")
(private collection)





 sketchbook





 sketchbook






Good Reasons
2011
acrylic on canvas
50 x 60cm(19"x23")
 



The Artist's website: Inga Dalrymple 




Audio interview with the artist:



 
 
 
 
 


Inga Dalrymple






 Studio pic




Artists etc. mentioned in the interview:  

Amy Sillman
Roy De Meiste
Henri Matisse
Paul Klee
Pierre Bonnard
Milton Avery
Giorgio Morandi
Thomas Nozkowski
Philip Guston


(podcast intro/outro music by Ani Difranco and Utah Phillips)  

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Artist Interview: Connie Goldman

Join ahtcast in this interview with California based artist, Connie Goldman. Goldman goes on to say that "Work comes from the work" and "It's healthy to stretch out in different directions." Her work appears to move in space and are very inspiring. Take a listen below.



 “Brook V”    (angle) 
30" x 14" x 4" Depths
Oil on Panel
2009





 “Brook IV” 
30" x 14" x 4" Depths 
Oil on Panel 
2009 





 Doublet IX 
16” x 16” x Three Depths 
Oil on Panel 
2012





 Doublet X
16” x 16” x Four Depths  
Oil on Panel
2012





 Doublet XIII 
27” x 24” x Two Depths 
Oil on Panel 
2012




The Artist's website: Connie Goldman



The interview with the Artist:




   Connie Goldman


Artists etc. mentioned in the conversation:

Dennis Meier
Giorgio Morandi
Martin Puryear
Robert Mangold
Piet Mondrian
Robert Henri
Frank Lobdell
Pearl Buck
Patti Smith
Marcel Proust
Anais Nin
Constantin Brancusi
Paul Cezanne



(podcast intro/outro music by Ani DiFranco and Utah Phillips)

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Artist Interview: Sabine Tress

The rush, the hassle, the anxiety, the battle, the surprise, are all things that drive Germany based Artist Sabine Tress. "Now, I really know this is who I am, and this is what I want to do for the rest of my life." Join ahtcast in this conversation where the subject is on the perils and high points of painting. Also a special episode where Sabine Tress turns and asks me the very same questions I posed to her. Should be a really enjoyable "double-interview." Listen in below!



Abracadabra
2012
150x150cm(59"x59")
Acrylic paint and spray paint on canvas






Ice Rain
150x140cm(59"x55")
2010
Acrylic paint and spray paint on canvas






Thanksgiving
2013
160x160cm(63"x63")
Acrylic paint and oil paint on canvas






Hunted by a freak,
2013
Acrylic paint on canvas
160x220cm(63"x86")






Get to France
2012
120x80cm(47"x31")
Acrylic paint on canvas


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Works by myself:



Sometimes pink is a good color
12" x 12"
acrylic on canvas 
2012





 Monologue (construction) with Yellow and Purple
13" x 5"
acrylic, foam and wood
2011


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The Artist's website: Sabine Tress 




Audio interview with the artist:






 Sabine Tress in her studio.





Artists etc. mentioned in the conversation:

Paul Behnke
 Charline von Heyl
Christopher Wool
Philip Guston
Jean Dubuffet
Dr. Martin Stather 
Ellsworth Kelly
Sean Naftel (Nonesuch)
Bon Iver
Caleb DeJong
Joseph Cornell
Jasper Johns
Robert Rauschenberg
Brice Marden
Tim McFarlane
Jean-Michel Basquiat  
David Hockney


(Original intro song by David T Miller and Phillip J. Mellen)


 

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Artist Interview: Louise P. Sloane

Constructing paintings with "creative free-ness" utilizing grids and structures.  Join me, and ahtcast, in this conversation with New York based painter, Louise P. Sloane. In the conversation, she details her process and inspiration and how she has come to change her mind about the benefits of an artist's website. (pictured below are Sloane's paintings with detail pics under each work) Listen below for more!




 
"BLUEBLUECRL (BOUNCE)"  2012 
60" x 48" 
Acrylic on Canvas
"This painting is part of a collaboration with my daughter Hannah Dillon - I used her lyrics for "Booty Bounce" and other rap poetry to form my texture surface."










"CBRRO"  2012 
60" x 48" x 1/8"  
Acrylic paint on bent aluminum panel









"REDPINK(SOMEBODY)"  2012  
 50"x 46" x 1/8" 
Acrylic on bent aluminum panel
The texture for this painting is also from lyrics/poetry written by Hannah Dillon








"THE MIGHTY QUINS" 2011 
80" x 72"  
Acrylic on wood panel






Artist's website: Louise P. Sloane 







Audio interview with the artist: 







Artists etc. mentioned in the conversation:

Bridget Riley
Robert Blackburn
Joseph Albers
Morris Louis
Gene Davis
Ad Reinhardt 
Tadasky
Mark Rothko
Larry Lee Webb
Peter Reginato
Richard Timperio
Richard Anuszkiewicz
Glitch Art






 Louise P. Sloane in her studio.





(podcast intro/outro music by Ani DiFranco and Utah Phillips)


 

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Artist Interview: Paul Behnke

Paul Behnke - "[Painting is about]... a slow experience between the actual piece of art and the viewer." Listen in as, New York based Artist, Paul Behnke details some of his process and ideas, the importance of Art History and his interests in the "spontaneous act" of painting. Listen below!






 Black Air, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 38 in.





 Floating Firmament, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 38 x 40 in.





 Di Prima's Trophy, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 38 in.





 Gog and Magog #2, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 38 in.





 Sword is Yrself, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 18 x 17 in.





 Paul Behnke in his Bushwick studio.
photo credit: Alice Zavadil Wiggins




Artist's website: Paul Behnke



Artist's blog: Structure and Imagery




Audio interview with the artist:





Artists etc. mentioned in the conversation:

Chris Martin
Jackson Pollock
Kevin Finklea
Gorky's Granddaughter (Studio Visits)
Albert Irvin
Basil Beattie
Gillian Ayres
Thornton Willis
Hans Hofmann
Bob Thompson
Tatiana Berg
Julie Torres
Sharon Butler
Dale McNeil
Brian Edmonds (Curating Contemporary)
Larry Lee Webb
Phillip Guston  
Clyfford Still
Marc Chagall
Turner
Lucian Freud
Frank Auerbach


(podcast intro/outro music by Ani DiFranco and Utah Phillips)