Thursday, July 16, 2015
ARC Living Master™ Michael John Angel and head of the ARC Approved™ Angel Academy of Art has recently given an interview with Kathryn Lloyd of The Master Secrets.
The interview is approximately 40 minutes long and can be viewed at the following link: http://www.juskathryn.com/blog/michael-john-angel/.
Monday, April 6, 2014
Suggested Donation is a series of podcasts devoted to the arts in all forms. Hosted by two Contemporary Realist painters, Tony Curanaj and Edward Minoff, the conversations provide an insight into the creative mind. By speaking with both traditional and non-traditional artists and craftsmen, curators and restorers, they create a dialog through which we discover common ground across disciplines and spaces united by a love of and deep devotion to skill. To visit their website and listen to already published podcasts, which include interviews with ARC Living Masters Anthony Waichulis, Jacob Collins, and Patricia Watwood, click here.
The Sculptor's Funeral is the only podcast dedicated to student and professional figurative sculptors living and working today. Hosted by American sculptor Jason Arkles and produced in Florence, Italy, The Sculptor's Funeral discusses significant sculpture and sculptors throughout the Western European figurative tradition, analyses historical and current events relating to the production of sculpture and the culture in which it is made, plus the occasional interview with living sculptors and discussions about technical processes, techniques, and issues of a three dimensional, representational nature. The podcast is a weekly series, each episode airing on Sunday Mornings (European time). The ten latest episodes are available for download on iTunes, Stitcher, and many other podcatchers, and anyone can listen to the complete archive for free (as always) at www.thesculptorsfuneral.com.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
"Why is Modern Art so Bad?"
Robert Florczak's lecture from Prager University
The below audio podcasts ARC produced as a series of interviews and lectures between 2006 – 2007.
Sunday, May 20, 2007
Juliette Aristides InterviewClick Here to Listen to this Episode Right Now.
Here are some of the authors and books we discussed in the interview:
The artist Juliette mentioned as being especially influential in developing her interest in art was Jusepe de Ribera.
posted by Brian Yoder at 11:34 PM
Monday, April 09, 2007
Technical Note to SubscribersWe recently reorganized the way that our podcasts are distributed and if you have previously subscribed you will need to re-subscribe either by clicking on the orange "POD" link in the right column below or manually changing the URL for the podcast to itpc://audio.artrenewal.org/podcasts/podcast.xml
posted by Brian Yoder at 2:10 AM
Sunday, October 08, 2006
Christopher Wood InterviewClick Here to Listen to this Episode Right Now.
Christopher recently completed a new book on 19th century painter William Powell Frith entitled William Powell Frith: A Painter and His World which will be released later on this month by Sutton Publishing.
Christopher's upcoming sale will be on February 28, 2007 at Christie's in London
The book Christopher mentioned regarding the prices for paintings sold at auction was The Economics of Taste by Gerald Reitlinger
A few of the artists discussed in this interview were:
Below are some of the paintings referenced in the interview:
posted by Brian Yoder at 5:05 PM
Friday, October 06, 2006
Peter Trippi Interview: J.W. WaterhouseClick Here to Listen to this Episode right now.
He holds a MA in Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London; a MA in Visual Arts Administration from New York University; and a BA in History and Art History from the College of William and Mary, Virginia. In 2002, Mr. Trippi co-founded, with Professor Petra ten-Doesschate Chu (Seton Hall University) and Professor Gabriel P. Weisberg (University of Minnesota), the innovative, peer-reviewed journal Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, and he has served on the boards of the Association of Historians of Nineteenth-Century Art, Historians of British Art, and American Friends of the Attingham Summer School.
He contributed two chapters to the catalogue accompanying the exhibition A Grand Design: The Art of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (1997, organized by the Baltimore Museum of Art and published by Abrams).
Waterhouse Exhibition planned:
Peter to speak at North American Victorian Studies Association/North American Society for the Study of Romanticism conference where his talk will be titled "Dead in the Water?: J.W. Waterhouse's Hylas and the Nymphs"
To contact Peter you can email him at
Links for more information on J.W. Waterhouse:
Below are some of the paintings referenced in the interview:
posted by Brian Yoder at 11:35 PM
Saturday, May 20, 2006
Oil Painters of America Keynote Lecture on The Errors of Modernism by Fred Ross
"We have hardly begun to even consider all of the possible areas of thought, emotion, knowledge, and experience which have yet to be conceived, drawn and painted, in which the expressive, poetic and creative powers of the artists eye can once again enrich society, culture and civilization with the outpouring of countless masterpieces from the hands of our living masters."
posted by Brian Yoder at 6:05 PM
Sunday, May 14, 2006
Vern Swanson Interview: Sir Lawrence Alma-TademaClick Here to Listen to this Episode right now.
Below are some of the paintings discussed in the interview:
"The Finding of Moses, a large, wonderful, incomprehensibly beautiful painting by Tadema, that says everything you could ever want to say...stone, flesh, water, light, flowers, everything. The painting in the early 1960's was put up for sale and nobody would buy it. Finally someone bought it $200 and someone came in and asked 'What is that painting going in your alley?' So they went out and found that the people who had bought the painting had removed it from the frame and left the painting in the alley. So they sold it again to a restaurant for nothing. That painting came up for auction at Christie's in New York 5 or 6 years ago and sold for well over a million dollars and if it came up today it would sell for 4 or 5 million."
Vern also mentioned Alma-Tadema's friendship with the excellent Victorian artist James Jacques Joseph Tissot starting in their early days as students.
posted by Brian Yoder at 11:11 PM
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