Jamey Hart is an artist, poet, and musician based in Cleveland, OH. In this interview we talk about his ways of working with materials, and the relationship of those materials, to his hands, and to the viewer. It's a journey that Hart himself hopes to meet the viewer on the other side of the works in a relatively close proximity. These encounters occur somewhere in a conversation of honest, and somewhat unfinished works, objects, words and songs.....Listen below for more! Thank you.
Acrylic paint, string, wood, fabric, glues, wood stain, nails, and other little things.
Acrylic paint, paper, glues, bed sheets, oak flooring, canvas wrapped on wood panel, nails, polyacrylic, gloss medium, sponges, other mess.
“Don’t Know Feelings”
Acrylic paint, string, wood, plastic pieces, wood stain, and other mess.
“Little Underwater Murder”
Acrylic paint, ballpoint pen, glues, and polyacrylic on matte board and paper.
Cement, string, glue, fabric, acrylic paint, mesh bag, plaster, metal pole, polyurethane.
Audio interview with the artist:
“Two Sort of Circles Being Another Thing”
Acrylic paint, glues, polyurethane, string, fabric, curtain rods, shirt sleeve.
Acrylic paint, wood stain, and string on porcelain.
String, puff ball, fabric, wood stain and polyurethane on boulder.
Acrylic paint, music box clown, table cloth, and string.
Artist's etc. mentioned in the conversation:
Korean moon jar
E. E. Cummings
Jamey Hart's art website: Jamey Hart visual work
More about Jamey Hart's poetry on blurb: Jamey Hart poetry
(Original podcast intro song by David T Miller and Phillip J. Mellen)