The Art Show Season 2
Season 2 - Episode 1
New York native and Richmond graffiti artist David Gerena: davidgerenaart.com/.
Jason Harrelson, who has been designing and building his own trumpets for a more personal sound: www.HarrelsonTrumpets.com.
Columbus photographer Jenny Fine and her “Flat Granny” series: http://jennyfine.com/.
The public street art in one Houston neighborhood.
Season 2 - Episode 2
Centerville artist Virginia Krause Hess: www.VKHessArtist.com.
Hip Hop artist Marcus Harrison, also known as S.S.T.R.E.S. Learn more about one of the leading recording studios in our area: http://refraze.com/.
Houston-based photographer Syd Moen, who specialized in wide-angle photography: www.SydMoen.com.
The anonymous chalk art duo known as Dangerdust at the Columbus College of Art Design: http://instagram.com/ddccad.
Season 2 - Episode 3
Go behind the scenes of the making of the music video, “Where The Rivers Meet” with Dayton Film Maker David Sherman and Songwriter Sandy Bashaw: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHtZS0DuKCo.
Columbus artist Amy Leibrand is a global mobile phone photographer: https://www.pointandline.com/artists/amy-leibrand.
The walls of Texas Southern University are covered in murals painted by students over the past 60 years: http://tsumurals.org/.
Season 2 - Episode 4
Art Street at the University of Dayton: www.udayton.edu/artstreet
The Max Beckmann Exhibition at the St. Louis Art Museum: www.slam.org
Albert Ewing’s “Hidden Mothers” photography: www.DaytonHistoryBooks.com
Skateboard artists Nick and Kelli Lambiase of Longline Skateboards: http://LonglineSkateboards.com
Season 2 - Episode 5
North South Studios in Wilmington: www.Facebook.com/NorthSouthStudios
Contemporary artist Quang Ho and his exhibition at the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale: www.CoorsWesternArt.com
Artist Steve Slaske: www.SkylineCityPrints.com
Season 2 - Episode 6
Dayton Art Institute: www.DaytonArtInstitute.org
The copper kettle factory D. Picking Company: www.dpicking.net
Fiber artist Karen Mulier, who uses Alpaca wool from her family-run farm in London, Ohio: www.wgmv.org
Season 2 - Episode 7
Dayton’s Zoot Theatre Company: www.ZootTheatreCompany.org
Columbus Artist and Doll Maker Amber Groome: www.AmberGroome.Tumblr.com
Fine arts photographer Craig Royal: www.CraigRoyal.zenfolio.com
Season 2 - Episode 8
Sierra Leone, the artistic director and producer of The Signature: A Poetic Medley: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Signature-A-Poetic-Medley-Show/119700628065257
Strand Theatre in Delware, Ohio: www.thestrandtheatre.net
Fenix Drum and Dance Company: www.fenixdrumanddance.com
Season 2 - Episode 9
Dayton Watercolorist Peter Frederick, who teaches classes locally: www.ketteringoh.org/play/rosewood-arts-centre
Merry-Go-Round Museum in Sandusky: www.merrygoroundmuseum.org
Animator Seth Mittag: www.sethmittag.com
See Art Orlando public art project
Season 2 - Episode 10
Dayton’s Drag Queen sensation, The Rubi Girls: http://www.rubigirls.com/
Penny scale collector Christopher Steele. Learn more about his collection: www.TheAmericanWeigh.com
Kit home designer Brett Zamore. Learn about Dayton’s neighborhood revitalization projects: http://citywidedev.com/neighborhood-development/davinci-project
12 Years a Slave: www.twelveyearsaslave.org
Season 2 - Episode 11
Dayton Fiber artist Jackie Weatherly: http://www.jlpweatherly.com
Artist and Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Bluffton University Phil Sugden: http://philipsugden.com
New Mexico Arts Studio Axle Contemporary: http://www.axleart.com/
The works of Norman Rockwell. www.nrm.org
Season 2 - Episode 12
Rock balancer and installation artist Sterling Gregory, whose work is inspired by: http://GravityGlue.com
Artist Charlotte McGraw, who has created a fictional town she calls Charlottesville: http://www.goodwillcolumbus.org/
A California neighborhood turning dumpsters into canvases.
The “Jews who Rock” exhibit: http://www.jewishmuseummilwaukee.org/programs-resources/exhibitions/past-changing-exhibits/index.html
Season 2 - Episode 13
The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance: https://daytonperformingarts.org
Cleveland woodworker Jon Hill, who has a special connection to the music industry: www.bootlegguitars.com
Bobbi Mastrangelo, a Florida artist who bases her work on manhole covers: www.bobbimastrangelo.com
Ingrid Hoffmann and the inspiration for her new cookbook: www.ingridhoffmann.com