Listen to the rest of the episode here https://www.tomrayswebsite.com/2020/11/mr-hydde-canvas-art-and-murals-tom-rays.html
I took a little time…
On the podcast, I met Keysha Monique Mabra an artist who makes collages. I’ve always wanted to make collages but can never make them look right so I asked her what her process is to create them.
Listen to the rest of the episode here https://www.tomrayswebsite.com/2020/11/keysha-monique-mabra-collage-and-mural.html
Oh, well I…
Sophia Voelker of Black Butterfly Studio tells me about combining art and storytelling and even the stories of people that view it on Tom Ray’s Art Podcast — Sophia Voelker: Painter and mixed media artist
Making a little career for myself on the side, but…
I met Instagram comic artist Rene Gauthreaux on an episode of my art podcast. I asked him about how he started making autobiographical webcomics on Instagram. …
On my art podcast, I met Henrique Nardi, one of the artists involved with the Madison Mural on Monroe St. I asked him about how the project got started and what was the inspiration for the design.
It started with Liu’s [Triangulador’s] invitation. He had that arranged with [the…
On an episode of my art podcast, I was talking with Scott Pyburn about how he has joined the ranks of a group of creators that make bootleg action figures. So I thought I would take the opportunity to ask him:
“Why is there a bootleg action figure market?”
John Sanford is an animator from California who has made cartoons working for Warner Bros. Animation, Walt Disney Television Animation, DreamWorks Animation & Pixar. And during that time he created a webcomic called Chippy and Loopus. As we talk on Facebook messenger he tells me he decided he wanted to try and turn his webcomic into a tv show!
➜ Check out Chippy and Loopus at http://chippyandloopus.com/
➜ Music for the show by Lorenzo’s Music https://www.lorenzosmusic.com
Originally published at https://www.americanbandito.com on September 15, 2019.
I recently posted about how we had to say good-bye to our family dog spike in my daily comic. And Vicki Liu, an artist that I follow on Instagram reached out to me and did one of the nicest things ever. She painted a portrait of our dog and gave it to me.
➜ You can visit Vicki’s website and check out her work at https://www.vicki-liu.com/
➜ Music is by Lorenzo’s Music https://www.lorenzosmusic.com
Here is a picture of the painting she did of Spike. 😭
Margaret Dent is another person who contacted me from the American Bandito mailing list. Margaret is an artist in Canada who creates several things, including jewelry and portraits.
But her favorite type of portraits to work on are of animals, especially horses.
➜ You can visit Margaret’s website and check out her work at http://margaretdent.com
Originally published at https://www.americanbandito.com on September 1, 2019.
Tim Togstad is an artist here in Madison who I actually met right outside of the train car that I’m renting that I’m trying to turn into my own business. He was loading in his paintings into the place next door. So I walked over to introduce myself.
His artwork is a style of abstract expressionism, using biomorphic forms with a liberal use of color. He creates paintings and drawings, sculpture and woodworking.
➜ Visit Tim’s website https://www.timtogstad.com
Originally published at https://www.americanbandito.com on August 25, 2019.