Here are the upcoming Art Chats With Linda Fisler. Remember all Art Chats are free and you will need to register to listen to the session live. After the interview, there will be question and answer sessions with the guests.
Upcoming Art Chats:
Join Linda Fisler as she interviews the industry’s “Colour Man”, Michael Harding to discuss why he hand makes all his oil paints. Michael’s company is based in the UK and we will be broadcasting from Artist Network’s offices. Just why does Michael hand make his paints? As he will point out, it is not so much what he puts in his paints, but what he leaves out that makes the huge difference. We’ll explore just what those omitted ingredients do in terms of color mixing and how it effects your paintings aging process. Michael will also share the newest colors to his line up and where you can buy his products. Where you ever curious what was in your oil paint? Did you ever notice the difference between two tubes of the same color? How much pigment is in oil paints and does it matter in regards to the painting’s aging process? We’ll even ask Michael why and how important it is to use only the best materials.
Join Linda Fisler as she interviews artist Joe Anna Arnett. In this show we will be discussing the importance of a strong start and how that is achieved. Joe Anna Arnett, author of the article “Draw Once-Crop Often” which appeared in The Artist Magazine July / August, 2010 issue, will provide great insight to why you need to start a great foundation with drawing. If you want to take your art to a whole new level, drawing is a basic skill that is needed to do this. Joe Anna and Linda will pass on tips and technical information to help you improve your drawing skills.
Quang Ho will be joining Linda on this Art Chat. Recently, Quang has been exploring a number of new directions. He was painting using a limited, simple palette with minimum color. We’ll discuss his discoveries during this process, some of which had to deal with value plan and composition. We look at how simple shapes make the design of the painting stronger. These are only a few areas that we’ll discuss on this show, so be sure to register for what will be a very popular show.