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13: Interview with Artist Power Couple Julianna & Joe Menna

ABOUT THIS EPISODE In Episode 13 we interviewed artist power couple Julianna and Joe Menna. Julianna is a painter producing highly detail and frighteningly fashionable oil paintings and Joe is best known for his sculpture work in both traditional and digital media and classical drawing abilities. In length we discuss 3D printing and how digital art plays a big role in the past and future of the art world.  We also discuss DC Comics, Dark Horse, and how Julianna recently became sponsored by Grumbacher. They also share their passion for their partnership together, their family, and  upcoming projects. UPCOMING EXHIBITION November 2014 Sick Angels Gristle Art Gallery 26 Bushwick Ave Brooklyn, New York 11211 SHOW QUOTES Art is not not a sporting event. – Joe Menna Click…

11: Interview with Planet of the Apes Special Effects Artist Chet Zar

ABOUT THIS EPISODE In Episode 11 we interview California based artist Chet Zar who is notable for his dark visual art, make-up effects, and digital animation. He is most widely known for his work with Tool’s music and live videos and he designed and created prosthetic effects for movies such as The Ring, Planet of the Apes, and Darkman, but after being unimpressed with politics in the film industry, Zar took the advice of horror author Clive Barker, and decided to pursue his passion of producing original works and oil-painting which he is widely known for today as well. SHOW QUOTES “Enlightenment is not imagining figures of light but making the darkness conscious.” Carl Jung SHOW LINKS Chet Zar Chet’s Studies & Art for Sale Chet in…

Interview with Lauren Saxton

Where were you born and raised? I was born in Tucson, Arizona but was raised in Santa Barbara, California for the first 10 years of my life. My mom, sister and I returned to Tucson after that and I have lived here for about 20 years now. Have you always been an artist? I don’t think that I would necessarily say that I have always been an artist, but I’ve always felt an urge to be creative. Luckily this was encouraged by my mom, who is very creative and has always been extremely supportive of my sister and I pursuing our artistic interests. I have admired art for as long as I can remember and I always enjoyed drawing and painting, but didn’t have much…