Sometimes ‘common sense’ or just ‘pure intuition’ is better than any technical approach to most things. From my end, I merely find art and my art studio as an extension of myself, my body (skeletal & muscular) and my thinking, of how I really am, consciously, more so, unconsciously.
Skyler Vander Molen
In 2010 my wife, Allie, and I had been married for a little under a year and were looking for something a bit more. We’d been living in Tallahassee for about the five or six years and despite having a few good friends, we didn’t have much of a community. Being a college town, naturally once people graduate they tend to leave. Early in the year we started talking with Allie’s sister, Lindsay, and her soon to be husband, Denny, about possibly moving back to our hometown somewhere in Brevard to try to do something.
You seem to be working with very old subject matter, the figure, fabric and fruit and mixing it all together in a contemporary or new fashion. Why do we see those blended together in your work? When did this begin?
I have always been interested in making representational art. I think my subject matter has shifted quite a bit over the years. I have even went through a post apocalyptic landscape period in grad school. I think the subject has more to do with the way that I am trying to depict a certain kind of space. I think the figure, drapery and fruit best suit my needs at the moment. I am interested in personal identity. I guess in some way the figure is important.
Lucinda Clark from SpacegirlOrganics.com
It’s an organic process, pun intended. Usually when I start a market I rely on logistics already in place
Gil Van Wagner
What do we leave behind? Betterment? Truth? Example? Our humanity with all its highs and lows so that others may see and know and choose? The danger lies in disappearing without a trace. Even worse, in leaving behind something other than what we were. A mirage. An illusion. A slight of hand.
I’m a software engineer now, which means I’m a programmer, and I write code in C++ mostly. My specialty is audio for games. Most recently launched Planetside 2 at SOE, and previously at Rockstar Games, I worked on Red Dead Redemption and Midnight Club. In 1997 I started with an interest in audio engineering, so I attended Full Sail, graduated with an AS in Recording Arts, worked in Jacksonville at a crappy recording studio for a year, then freelance recording local bands, at the same time went back to Full Sail to teach for 4 years.
@billroden Integrated Creative Director @cpbgroup // I like collaborative storytelling // Believe well done trumps well said // Thoughts, musings, rants, etc. are my own. Boulder, Colorado · http://flavors.me/billrodenwriter Bill Roden’s answers in RED: As you mention on your bio, you’ve been doing advertising for 18 years now. In those 18 years, you have been doing […]
Now as I was young and easy under the apple boughs About the lilting house and happy as the grass was green, The night above the dingle starry, Time let me hail and climb Golden in the heydays of his eyes, And honoured among wagons I was prince of the apple towns And once below […]
Life is Like a Song
Download Video >> Interview with Dr. Edmund Skellings, Florida’s Poet Laureate, 10-14-10.
If you truly believed that you could save the world, would you do what it would take? Even if it meant walking around town in brightly colored Spandex? Careful how you answer…www.transitman.org. aka Christian French
Mattias Hansson, CEO of Hyper Island
What is the mission of Hyper Island? To create a better work environment. Really! Our method teaches students to become better leaders and co-workers. Right now our mission is offered to the “digital” world, and has been for more than fourteen years. The reason we are in digital/interactive is because that is what we are […]
Interview with @dangerousmeme
What got you into Twitter? I heard about Twitter early in 2008 and joined personally, but was an inactive user. In Fall 2008, a close friend of mine Bruce Johnson (@kokoe2) had just come back from another TED conference and was extolling the virtues of Twitter. He introduced me to some of the first people […]
From David Lynch’s Interview Project
A View from Abroad
A short interview with Roel Dalhuisen, a talented Dutch Graphic Designer I met through the interweb. He lives in Utrecht, Netherlands. This interview talks mostly about foreign policy, health care and how the United States is perceived by the Dutch and abroad. I find his views on many issues very close to mine in many […]
What is Freedom?
At a cookout yesterday for the 4th of July, this question was asked.
Akbar Interviews a True Conservative – Part II
Below you will find Part II of Akbar’s interview with William Gairdner, conservative thinker and writer. In this segment they continue their discussion of equality, democracy and economics and they end with a discussion of Global Warming and Gairdner’s essay “Global Warming in a Nutshell ” which is quite critical of the theory of Global […]
20 Questions with Hardison
To Learn more visit: www.hardisonmusic.com (download the new album free) morrison: let’s talk about the new record can you talk a little about the song structure on this album? hardison: you mean Aphanus? morrison: yes, your latest release hardison: we wanted a more atmospheric sound than we had on THIS which was simple and rockin. […]
Interview with Mark George
Interview with Mark George at the Riverside Arts Market (RAM). Mark is doing a benefit art auction for Brian Hicks, a local Jacksonville musician, who is suffering from cancer and has astronomical medical bills. For more information about the art auction go here. It was a beautiful day at RAM.
Globatron Interviews William Gairdner – Part One
Father Mapple Moab Adzu III, Globatron’s resident journalist interviews William Gairdner, famous author of The Book of Absolutes. You can find out more about the man who calls himself a True Conservative and defends human universals at his website www.williamgairdner.com. Question #1 Are there aspects of culture today that you see as a good example […]