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Sunday, August 24, 2014

Artist Interview: Jennifer Shepard

Words of the day: simultaneous. absurd. journey. celebration. intervention.

Brooklyn, NY artist, Jennifer Shepard joins ahtcast and shares a bit on her art and practice. Early on, Shepard was active in both art and music, and thought it was tough to decide which to focus on. As an artist in adult life, things appear to be a little clearer in the way that location, art community, and an organic studio practice all help contribute to success as an artist. Listen below for more.




 Blister in the Sun
dimensionas variable, approx 12" x 14" x 18"
acrylic, collage, house paint on wood
2014
(Three alt views above)



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 Bubonic Beach
dimensionas variable, approx 17" x 18" x 14" x 20"
acrylic, graphite, calk, spray paint, house paint, collage on wood
2014
(Three alt views above)








Clam Bake
22" x 30"
graphite, collage, spray paint, acrylic, house paint, inkjet printer ink on paper
2014
 







Mascot 
dimensions variable, 12.5" x 41"
acrylic, graphite, house paint on wood
2014






Land Shark
dimensions variable, approx 13.5" x 12.5" x 16"
spray paint, house paint, ink, acrylic, calk on wood and paper
2014





The artist's website: Jennifer Shepard





Audio interview with the artist: 




Jennifer Shepard in her studio.





Artists etc. mentioned in the conversation:

David T Miller
Jasper Johns
Bjork
John Cage
Eva Hesse
Christopher Wool
Hans Haacke
Jenny Holzer
Donald Judd



(Original intro song by David T Miller and Phillip J. Mellen. Outro music by Ani DiFranco and Utah Phillips)


1 comment:

  1. I really think the art piece looks very nice. The colors are bright and lively, each surface is also different from the other one, making it robust in colors and variety. It looks like a kindergartner made this, which is a good thing because I feel very happy and free when I look at it.

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