arts Bridge Season 4
Season 4 - Episode 1
Annalisa Pappano, the artistic director of Catacoustic Consort, and her love of playing baroque-era instruments. Learn about Catacoustic Consort: http://catacoustic.com/.
Dayton’s mother and daughter visual artist team, Delora Buford-Buchanan and Jacobee Rose Buchanan: facebook.com/JacobeeRoseBuchananDesigns.
Computer animation teacher Charlotte Belland and her miniature works of art at S.Dot Gallery: https://bellandpixel.wordpress.com/.
Season 4 - Episode 2
Illustrator Mike Maydak, whose quirky illustrations match his unconventional career path: https://www.facebook.com/dakdakgoose/.
Dayton artist Rick Good, known for his driving banjo, swinging guitar, heartfelt singing and crafty songwriting: http://www.leahygood.com/rick.
Columbus artist Celeste Malvar-Stewart, a couture fashion designer who works solely with sustainable materials: http://malvarstewart.com/index.html.
Season 4 - Episode 3
Spoken Word Artist Jori Ann Cotton loves to share her passion for poetry: http://elementz.org/programs/voices-of-freedom/
Dayton artist John F. Emery uses journals, maps and typography in his watercolors: http://johnfemery.com
The Rose Kennedy Greenway’s fresh vision for public art includes a soaring sculpture by Janet Echelman that, for the moment, is redefining the Boston skyline: http://www.rosekennedygreenway.org/.
Season 4 - Episode 4
Children’s book illustrator Christina Wald, who loves to paint old school: http://www.christinawald.com/
Complex miniature sculpture artist Sharon Mohler of Yellow Springs.
Pen and ink drawing artist Marc Lincewicz of Columbus: http://marclincewicz.com/home.html
“Large-scale American projects” photographer Alec Soth: http://alecsoth.com/photography/
Season 4 - Episode 5
Interdisciplinary artist Radha Lakshmi, whose work is inspired by the rituals of women in South India: http://radartist.com/
SMAG Dance Collective, a contemporary fusion dance company founded by Michael Groomes in 2003: http://www.smagdance.org/
Hilliard artist Toni Lipsey learned to crochet when she was 13 and was immediately hooked: https://www.etsy.com/people/TLYarnCrafts
A glimpse inside a family owned business that focuses on the art of gelato making: http://gelazzi.com/
Season 4 - Episode 6
Craig Hella Johnson, artistic director of the Vocal Arts Ensemble, shares stories of his career: www.craighellajohnson.com
Kettering architect Terry Welker and his large-scale kinetic sculptures: www.welkerstudio.com
La Vegas potter Tom Coleman shared his talents in Columbus in 2015: www.tomandelainecolemangallery.com/index.html
Fashion designer Chloe Dao shares her creative process from start to finish: http://chloedao.com/
Season 4 - Episode 7
My Nose Turns Red is an innovative youth organization that teaches kids the art of the theatrical clown and the one-ring circus: http://www.mynoseturnsred.org.
Missing Peace Art Space whose mission is to use art, the universal language, to promote peace: www.missingpeaceart.org.
The Jubilee Museum in Columbus holds claim to the largest diversified collection of Catholic and liturgical artwork in the United States: http://www.jubileemuseum.org.
Sacramento, California artist Kevin Mount tells stories through his art: http://folsomarts.org/members/kevin-mount/.
Season 4 - Episode 8
The “30 Americans” exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum showcases art by many of the most important African-American artists of the last three decades: http://www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org/art/exhibitions/30-americans/
Automotive artist Daniel Brown combines his two loves – cars and art: http://www.autoexpressionist.com/
Mary Ann Crago’s passion of late is creating wall sculptures out of found objects: http://www.maryanncrago.com/
The Family Backpack Program helps families engage with artwork: http://umfa.utah.edu/backpacks
Season 4 - Episode 9
Artist Sarah Rocheleau prints and dolls represent her love of illustration and historical fashion: http://rocheleauart.com.
The Human Race Theatre Company is Dayton’s only Professional Regional Theatre Company that is dedicated to bringing new musicals to the stage: http://humanracetheatre.org.
Columbus resident Wolfgang Parker writes and illustrates a series of books for young readers: http://crimecatsbooks.com/author/.
Lisa Garness Mallory is artist who uses etched photography in her work: http://lisagarnessart.weebly.com/.
Season 4 - Episode 10
While enjoying retirement, Mark Wiesner had an epiphany and started a new career as a found object artist: http://www.wiesnersculpture.com/
Centerville artist Virginia Krause Hess is art teacher who shares stories from WWII: http://www.vkhessartist.com/
“Open This End" is an exhibit at the Ohio State University that features the work of significant artists from the past 50 years: https://uas.osu.edu/exhibitions/open-this-end
California artist Robyn Slakey creates work using many mediums: https://www.facebook.com/robyn.s.artist
Season 4 - Episode 11
The Cincinnati Maritime Modelers are a group of nautical enthusiasts who meticulously create miniature ships and boats.
Dayton’s Amy Deal layers words and imagery to create complex and beautiful works of art: http://www.amydeal.com/
Six new Little Free Libraries have popped up around Columbus neighborhoods: https://littlefreelibrary.org/
August Powers combines fire and metal to create sculptures inspired by the wilderness that surrounds his home: http://www.fla-keys.com/news/news.cfm?sid=8768
Season 4 - Episode 12
The craftsmen at Wiebold Studio in Terrace Park are art restoration specialists: www.wiebold.com.
Dayton artist Colleen McCulla has created and shared publicly a brand new collage every single day, for more than three years: www.colleenmcculla.com.
Artist EJ Jones contributes to the current trend of upcycling: http://wosu.org/off-air/the-man-who-knits-has-gone-viral/.
Timothy Raines produces works that range from abstract designs to re-creations of familiar brands: http://www.timothyraines.com/.