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Friday
Mar022012

American Painting Video Magazine Interviews

Last summer while in France my husband Nowell and I filmed interviews with two American artists living there for American Painting Video Magazine: Ted Seth Jacobs, and Richard Thomas Scott. Both issues have since been released and are available for download. 

Ted Seth Jacobs gave us a tour of his home in a small town in France: A lovely collection of cozy rooms which unfold one after another though an interior courtyard, up and down twisting stairs, all filled with murals, paintings, and treasures tucked into nooks and crannies. He discusses art, education, and his philosophies as a painter.

Watch a short preview of the issue here:

Download and watch the whole interview here: APVM Volume II, Fall Issue

 

Richard Thomas Scott’s stunning paintings first attracted my attention on FaceBook, and I was thrilled to meet him in Paris. Richard is a former student of Odd Nerdrum, and recently had his first solo show at L’Oeil du Prince gallery in Paris. We ended up having a wonderful conversation about philosophy and culture at an outdoor cafe around the corner from his gallery, and later visited his studio located just outside Paris. 

Watch a short preview of the issue here:

Download and watch the whole interview here: APVM Volume II, Winter Issue

I was interviewed by Michael Klein for APVM in last summer’s issue, you can watch a short preview of the issue here:

Download and watch the whole interview here: APVM Volume II, Summer Issue

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