Visual Arts

 

Paint with me: To BE Real

Caroline Karp

carolinekarpartist  | The next in my Paint With Me Series: To Be Real – the 38th layer from my 50 Layers of Being 50 project that I started 2 years ago on my 50th birthday. I’ll show you different mixed media processes and techniques that I use throughout the journey creating all the other layers. Here’s the thing, with everything I do, the intention is that it is uplifting for me and the viewer.- Caroline

Pt. 4 Relative Motion

Neverne Covington

nevernecovington | Part 4 of 4, Relative Motion: Focused Observations by Neverne Covington. An interview in front of a live audience, February 8, 2020, at the ArtsXchange’s Tully Levine Gallery with Mark Aeling, Board President of the Warehouse Arts District Association.

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Subconscious Calibration

Geoffrey Baris

geoffreybaris | A nice calming video of photographic images by Geoffrey Baris. Abstract photography images with calm meditation music to relax and soothe you. Geoffrey Baris Photographs, Music Lee Rosevere “Squinting At The Sun”

Pt. 3 Relative Motion

Neverne Covington

nevernecovington  | Part 3 of 4, Relative Motion: Focused Observations by Neverne Covington. An interview in front of a live audience, February 8, 2020, at the ArtsXchange’s Tully Levine Gallery with Mark Aeling, Board President of the Warehouse Arts District Association.

 

Art Exhibit Using IOT Technology

Diane V. Radel

dianevradelart | Diane V. Radel takes viewers on a tour of her solo exhibition presented by the Morean Arts Center in the Hermitage Gallery. She explains how she became the first artist in the world to use PixelStix IOT technology on paintings sold to individual collectors, and what that means to the art and sea turtle lovers.

Pt. 2 Relative Motion

Neverne Covington

nevernecovington  | Part 2 of 4, Relative Motion: Focused Observations by Neverne Covington. An interview in front of a live audience, February 8, 2020, at the ArtsXchange’s Tully Levine Gallery with Mark Aeling, Board President of the Warehouse Arts District Association.

Pt. 1 Relative Motion

Neverne Covington

nevernecovington | Part 1 of 4, Relative Motion: Focused Observations by Neverne Covington. In an interview in front of a live audience, February 8, 2020, at the ArtsXchange’s Tully Levine Gallery with Mark Aeling, Board President of the Warehouse Arts District Association.

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Art Exhibit Using IOT Technology

Diane V. Radel

dianevradelart | Diane V. Radel takes viewers on a tour of her solo exhibition presented by the Morean Arts Center in the Hermitage Gallery. She explains how she became the first artist in the world to use PixelStix IOT technology on paintings sold to individual collectors, and what that means to the art and sea turtle lovers.

Glow In The Dark Blacklight

Shamanic Innovations

drock77 | In this video, you will get to see the creation of an acrylic pour on a repurposed vinyl record under blacklight by Derrick R Kearney.

Bhutan

Duygu Kivanc

D.KivancStudio  | Travellers’ Heaven. This video is about my impressions of Bhutan with my artworks.

Water and Trees “Infinity Pool”

Caroline Karp

carolinekarpartist | Caroline Karp Artist is demonstrating painting with acrylics, her acclaimed Slice of Life painting called The Infinity Pool of South Beach while listening to meditative music.

Paint with me: Artist Talk

Caroline Karp

carolinekarpartist | Paint With Me: Artist talk about a corporate team-building event where I talk about ideas for the event. I’m getting ready for a corporate event that will have over 100 people participating. So I’m practicing on this canvas which happens to be layer 34 of my #50layersofbeing50 project. Btw it’s also a collaborative mixed media piece.
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Glow Vinyl Spin Swipe Acrylic Pour

Shamanic Innovations

drock77 | Take a look behind the glow at some recent creations. In this video, you will get to see the creation of an acrylic pour on a repurposed vinyl record under blacklight. by Derrick R Kearney.

Pizza Box Bob

Aurailieus

aurailieus_artist | Watch this awesome timelapse video of an urban art mural. Aurailieus with the help of his niece paints a urban art mural featuring Bob the Robot Prince of Denmark. Aurailieus and niece.

 

What The World Needs Now

Shamanic Innovations

socialartguide| “I was touched by a recent cover that I heard. The voice of Tarriona “Tank” Ball mixing with The Bangas and their friends filled each swipe that afternoon. Love! It truly is what the world needs right now more than ever.” Painting by Derrick R Kearney.

Painting Big Ol’ Full Moon

Caroline Karp Artist

caroline_karp_artist | This mixed media piece called, “Big Ol Full Moon” is a creative journey from the outside to the inside which I decided to embark on during the CoVID 19 pandemic. I figured since I had a bit of time on my hands, I would put it to good use. Kinda deep… that’s what artists do, they think deeply.

 

Lamentations

Robert Barancik

artnothate.com | Grief is universal. The arts help us express our grief. Lamentations are an expression of deep grief and sorrow. It is also a sacred text for observant Jews and Christians. It speaks to the dark depths of the human soul.

Painting a Sunflower Field

Caroline Karp Artist

caroline_karp_artist | Painting sunflower field 6 the sixth in a series of many videos where expressionist artist Caroline Karp walks you through her process of inspiration and adding elements to her sunflower field. 🌻

 

Art: Large Vase

Teresa Mandala

teresamandala |  Teresa’s sculptures incorporate some of the most challenging conversations of our lifetime. Touching upon inequity, the climate crisis, and how our relationship with the natural world affects our perception of these relationships.

Painting Blue Marble Sky

Caroline Karp Artist

caroline_karp_artist | Watch as I begin my painting called Blue Marble Sky or Day. 🌻  I imagined it as being calm… yet it’s coming out stormy.

 

At Home with The Dalí

PeterTush

thedali.org |  Dalí Museum Curator of Education Peter Tush examines one of Dalí’s complex masterworks. Step into a painting as The Dalí Museum Curator of Education Peter Tush examines one of Dalí’s complex masterworks, The Hallucinogenic Toreador.

Art Studio Tour 1

Caroline Karp Artist

carolinekarpartist | Watch as I take you on a tour of my art studio and show you what I’m working on. 🌻 It’s a dark, rainy day and I love listening to the wind. 🌻

 

Polar Bear Wall Art

Teresa Mandala

teresamandala |  Each piece of artwork evokes emotion and encourages conversation with the viewer. My goal is to incite the viewer to embrace that part of themself that is connected with everything. Plugging into this energy allows us to open up to all possibilities.

A Mess of SunFlowers

Caroline Karp Artist

carolinekarpartist | Take a tour of Caroline Karp Artists Sunflowers and learn a bit about them. Behold the beauty of a freshly bloomed flower. Vibrant, certainly. Beautiful original artwork can be an anchor that realigns us out of fear and into a place of love and delight.

Two-MEN PART II

Jim Smith and Andy Brunhammer

stpeteopera | Amazing quilts! Photos do not do them justice, do not show the intricate work in the piecing and quilting and the vibrant colors. Unique subjects!
Jim Smith and Andy Brunhammer

 

Slipstream

Victoria Block

vimeo.com | A “Walkabout” inspired by air currents and water patterns exhibited at Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Slipstream, at the Leepa-Rattner Museum of art Black and white ceramic installation (floor piece) by Victoria Block. Victoria Block – artist painter, ceramicist,  Alain Salesse -camera, montage.

A Sign of Hope

Caroline Karp

carolinekarpartist.com |  A Sign Of Hope is a multi-layered, intuitive mixed media painting. My paintings are inspired by nature and how humankind interacts with that nature. The painting started as a… listen to find out.

Mermay2020 with Brandy Stark

Brandy Stark

bstarkart.com| Arts In: Feature
Wire artist, Brandy Stark, took up the mantle to try the Mermay2020 challenge. for each day of May, she was provided a prompt and created a small hand wrapped wire metal sculpture to reflect that theme.

NODZ ART 2020

Kevin Nodland

nodzart.com | Arts In: Featured
This video contains photos and images of different styles and mediums, past and present of some of Kevin’s Graphic Design, Paintings, Art Shows, Printmaking, Airbrush, Chalk, Pastels, Watercolor, Charcoal, Colored Pencil, Pencil, Skateboards, Pen and Ink, Digital Designs, Pottery Finishes, and Murals. Kevin Nodland, NODZ ART, Nodland Designs

Mickett-Stackhouse Studio Tour

Mickett-Stackhouse Studios

Arts In: Premiere
Studio Tour with 2020 Creative Pinellas Artist Laureate, Mickett-Stackhouse Studio. This tour is featured in We Are Family: Pinellas County Festival for the Arts.

Javier T Dones copper art, this is what I do!

Javier T Dones

dlcopperart.com | Feel the Power of the Elements of Nature! Javier T Dones discusses new pieces, his techniques and inspiration.

Abstract Shapes In Black And White

Geoffrey Baris

geoffreybarisart.com | Some of my abstract photography images. This Video features Black and White Abstract Art Photos by Fine Art Photographer, Geoffrey Baris.

Files & Film 2019 Installation

Xina Scuderi

filesandfilm.com | MIZE Gallery Owner Chad Mize collaborates with Producer of Files & Film Xina Scuderi to hang over 70 artworks. Get a glimpse of the process with the timelapse footage ran over 8 hours in real life.

Studio Tour: Gianna Pergamo

Gianna Pergamo – 2020 Emerging Artist Grantee

Arts In: Premiere | @pergamopapergoods
Take a tour of Studios at 5663 in Pinellas Park and the studio of Creative Pinellas Grantee Gianna Pergamo.

Studio Tour: Patricia Kluwe Derderian

Patricia Kluwe Derderian – 2020 Emerging Artist

Arts In: Premiere | @patikd.art
Take a tour of artist Patricia Kluwe Derderian’s home studio.

Studio Tour: Mark Mitchell

Mark Mitchell – 2020 Emerging Artist Grantee

Arts In: Premiere | @mmstudioart
Take a tour of Mark Mitchells studio while learning more about his work and process.

Studio Tour: Angela Warren

Angela Warren – 2020 Emerging Artist Grantee

Arts In: Premiere | @angelawarrenart
Take a tour of Creative Pinellas Grantee Angela Warren’s studio. See some work in progress, learn more about her process and thoughts behind her work. 

Studio Tour: Lynn Foskett

Lynn Foskett – 2020 Emerging Artist Grantee

Arts In: Premiere | @lynnfoskettartist
Take a tour of artist Lynn Foskett’s studio and learn more about her process and artwork.

Regard

Alain Salesse

 C.R.E.E | This evolution is contained in this box, offering both a solid exterior and a fragile interior. For the spectator, the only way to know what is contained in each form is to approach, to look inside to see what is happening. You become an archeologist from the present with a history that each piece awakens in you. – Alain Salesse

Dunedin Fine Art Center: Brooke Allison

dfac.org | Interview with Brooke Allison, ASP-MP, the Judge for the International Association of Pastel Society’s 36th Juried Exhibition. Brooke talks about the incredible quality of the artworks on display at the Dunedin Fine Art Center, that made it so challenging to select the winners.

Alive at Night: Dinosaurs Tour After Dark

Dunedin Fine Art Center | A small car full of dinosaurs take advantage of a quiet night at DFAC, to tour the DLM Children’s ART Museum, the PCS “Taking Shape” exhibit, DFAC’s annual, Student, Member, Faculty” exhibits, International Association of Pastel Societies: 36th JURIED EXHIBITION, and “You Can FEEL What We SEE,” Inspiring works by visually-impaired Pinellas County School students

Studio Tour: Zoe Papas

Zoe Papas – 2020 Emerging Artist Grantee

Arts In: Premiere | @zoepapasart
Take a studio tour with Creative Pinellas grantee Zoe Papas and learn more about her work, her favorite materials and her process. 

Studio Tour: Judy Vienneau

Judy Vienneau – 2020 Emerging Artist

Arts In: Premiere |@jvienneauart
Take a tour of artist Judy Vienneau’s studio and learn more about her process and works in progress. 

Conversation: 2020 Emerging Artists

Emerging Artists

Arts In: Premiere | EmergingArtists
The artists share their art journeys, how they tap into and hone their creativity and trends in art, artistic expression, and innovation. The conversation took place in conjunction with World Creativity and Innovation Week, a global celebration that raises awareness around the importance of creativity and innovation in problem-solving and encouraging creative multidisciplinary thinking at the individual and group levels.

Studio Tour: Steph Hargrove

Steph Hargrove – 2020 Emerging Artist Grantee

Arts In: Premiere | @art4theppl
Take a tour of artist Steph Hargrove’s studio and learn more about her process and artwork.

Relative Motion: focused observations

Neverne Covington

Arts In: Premiere | nevernecovington.com
Solo Art Exhibiti Relative Motion: focused observations by Neverne Covington.

The Creation of Life Lines

Nathan Beard

@nathanbeardfineart | Life Lines debuted at the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, February-May 2019. Watch how it was created and learn more about the concepts behind it. – Nathan Beard

Studio Tour: Kodi Thompson

Kodi Thompson – 2020 Emerging Artist Grantee

Premiere | @kodithompson_ceramics
Studio Tour with Kodi Thompson, 2020 Creative Pinellas Emerging Artist Grantee. Take a tour of artist Kodi Thompson’s studio, learn more about his fascinating clay process and see where he works. Kodi Thompson

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