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I Like Your Work supports artists! Each week artist Erika b Hess interviews artists, gallerists, collectors, and curators to cover topics that will help you in your art practice! From inspiring interviews from the lives of artists to business practices you will walk away ready to get in the studio!

I Like Your Work: Conversations with Artists, Curators & Collectors Erika b Hess

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I Like Your Work supports artists! Each week artist Erika b Hess interviews artists, gallerists, collectors, and curators to cover topics that will help you in your art practice! From inspiring interviews from the lives of artists to business practices you will walk away ready to get in the studio!

    Lennart Anderson: A Retrospective-Tour of the Exhibition with Rachel Rickert

    Lennart Anderson: A Retrospective-Tour of the Exhibition with Rachel Rickert

    Curated by Graham Nickson and Rachel Rickert in collaboration with the artist’s estate, the exhibition features works from both public and private collections as well as Anderson’s gallery, Leigh Morse Fine Arts. Ranging from figurative works like Mrs. Suzy Peterson (1959) to the unfinished painting Three Nymphs on a Bluff left on his easel in 2015, the exhibition brings together a variety of genres, such as the human form, still life, portrait, landscape, and streetscape. Viewed together, the works attest to Anderson’s lifelong interest in the interplay of tone, color, and light. Speaking with Jennifer Samet in 2002, Anderson explained, “When you look at nature from a distance, you can see how it all fits together. There is a harmony, and that is what interests me.” The presentation also demonstrates the singular approach that informed his artmaking, which defied trends such as Abstract Expressionism.
    Described in the New York Times as one of the “most prominent and admired painters to translate figurative art into a modern idiom,” Anderson had a profound interest in formalism and an appreciation for both Old and New Masters, especially Piero della Francesca, Diego Velázquez, and Edgar Degas, and his work was directly inspired by this knowledge of art history. For instance, Idyll 4 (2012) is one of four paintings inspired by Claude Poussin that depict pastoral bliss, a subject Anderson began exploring in the 1970s.
    Born in Detroit, Anderson earned an undergraduate degree at the Art Institute of Chicago, a Masters at Cranbrook Academy, and later studied briefly at the Art Students League in New York with Edwin Dickinson. Anderson taught at several prestigious schools, including Columbia University, Princeton University, and Yale University, before serving as a distinguished professor of Brooklyn College. He received numerous awards, including the Prix de Rome, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Tiffany Foundation. Anderson was a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Academy of Design. Anderson’s work is represented in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Whitney Museum of American Art, Fralin Art Museum, Palmer Museum of Art, and Delaware Art Museum, among others.
    This exhibition has been spearheaded by the artist’s daughter, Jeanette Anderson Wallace, who manages the estate for the artist’s family. Of the process of bringing together this collection of works to show the scope of Anderson’s practice, she says “It has been particularly meaningful to bring out paintings that have not been seen by the public for many years, and introduce a new generation of painters, curators, and collectors to his work.”
    Co-curators Graham Nickson, Dean of the NYSS, and Rachel Rickert, Exhibitions Coordinator, comment “Lennart Anderson was a terrific painter; his works are pure obsession made palpable in paint. He mused constantly about tone, surface abstraction and measure. He painted things, people, and places in relationship. Anderson’s work is never exactly what one expects. Perceptual works transcend observation and synthetic move into territory of belief. In this exhibition, we pull together a collective force of his slow works for the unacquainted to understand and revel in their profundity. Lennart was a great wit, so serious it allowed for surprises in his painting. He had an absolute passion for Degas and yet an attraction to DeKooning. He shaped his own vision with links to the great tradition from Roman times to present day. Lennart painted firmly and resolutely to the end. His warm shadow in the cool landscape is still with us.” NYSS will present a virtual lecture the evening of Tuesday, October 26, 2021 to delve into Anderson’s work: “The Unexplained is Irresistible: A Discu

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    Marketing To Win

    Marketing To Win

    Bridgette Mayer is an artist, author and the founder founded one of Philadelphia’s preeminent contemporary galleries, Bridgette Mayer Gallery in 2001. Bridgette also runs the Art MBA Membership, which helps artists transform their art career by changing their mindset, being proactive and having an effective marketing plan. 
    In this week's mini episode, Bridgette joins us to speak about how to attract people to your art work and getting comfortable talking about your art career, marketing your art work and making money from your art.  Bridgette talks about she was able to get over the fear of speaking about her art and asking for help sharing about her art business. 
    To join Art MBA click here: Art MBA  and enter the code WORK20 to get a 20% discount on the program! 

     

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    Conversation with a Gallerist: Steven Harvey of Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects New York City

    Conversation with a Gallerist: Steven Harvey of Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects New York City

     
    It was a pleasure to have Steven Harvey on the show, he is an individual who has been involved in the art world his entire life from being born into an artistic family, studying as a painter, writing about art and music to curation and owning the gallery Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects.
     
    Steven has an incredible line up of painters displayed at his space, Steven Harvey Fine Arts Project (SHFAP). Gideon Bok, Susanna Coffey who have been guests on the show just to name a couple. There’s also work by Leland Bell, William Bailye, Katherine Bradford and many other great artists. 
     
    Steven has over twenty-five years of experience in the art world as an artist, art advisor, art dealer, curator, and writer.  Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects was founded in 2007 and is located at 208 Forsyth Street in New York City.
     
     
    LINKS: 
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    https://www.instagram.com/stevenharveyfineartprojects/
    https://www.instagram.com/shfapselections/
     
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    • 59 Min.
    Mindset for Success

    Mindset for Success

    Bridgette Mayer is an artist, author and the founder founded one of Philadelphia’s preeminent contemporary galleries, Bridgette Mayer Gallery in 2001. Bridgette also runs the Art MBA Membership, which helps artists transform their art career by changing their mindset, being proactive and having an effective marketing plan. 
     
    In this week's mini episode, Bridgette joins us to speak about the importance of your mindset and how it can effect your success in your art career.  Bridgette talks about how you can start shifting your mindset from scarcity to abundance, so you can start building the successful art career you've always wanted. 
    To join Art MBA click here: Art MBA  and enter the code WORK20 to get a 20% discount on the program! 

    • 15 Min.
    Making Space in Painting, Virtual Reality & In a City: Arden Bendler Browning

    Making Space in Painting, Virtual Reality & In a City: Arden Bendler Browning

    Philadelphia based artist Arden Bendler Browning makes large abstract paintings, small works on paper and panel, and virtual reality environments.   Her work contemplates perception of landscapes affected by digital imagery, the flow of time throughout many moments and distractions, and the contemporary desire to capture many possible perspectives and directions at once.   Intense, vibrant color, sweeping gestures, and areas of finer detail always show evidence of the artist’s hand – even in the digital VR spaces. Her work is a direct response to her environments – whether it is her urban home base, weeks-long family road trips, documenting urban change, or seasonal changes during family hikes.  She takes cues from a wide range of artists, but with clear ties to Abstract Expressionists, time based work, Impressionist landscape, and many contemporary artists who engage with multifaceted and immersive spaces.  
     
    Her works are included in the West Collection, the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia International Airport, Toyota collection,  Dream Hotel Nashville and more.   She is represented by Bridgette Mayer Gallery, Galleri Urbane, and Tinney Contemporary.  Exhibitions include the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Weatherspoon Art Museum, James A. Michener Museum, and Pennsylvania State University.  She holds a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University (1997), an MSA from Sydney College of the Arts (2000), and an MFA from Tyler School of Art (2003).  Upcoming shows in 2021 include a solo show at Tinney Contemporary in Nashville and a group show at the Delaware Contemporary and Katzen Art Center at American University in Washington, DC.  
     
    Arden is a mother to three daughters : 15 year old twins and a 6 year old.  Though her teens attend a small Montessori high school,  Arden has supervised a homeschool education for all three daughters since her teens were school age.  Their family follows a self-directed learning path.  Arden’s husband Matt Browning is a creative tech programmer and assists the development of Arden’s VR work.  
     
     
    LINKS: 
    www.instagram.com/arden2bees
    Ardenbendlerbrowning.com
     
     
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    • 54 Min.
    How to Pay Yourself

    How to Pay Yourself

    Hannah Cole is an artist based in Asheville, NC and the owner of Sunlight Tax. She also runs Money Bootcamp, a yearlong membership program to get artists from financial chaos to financial control, so you can get back to your studio.
    In her last episode, Hannah told you the one key thing you need to do to get started with control of your numbers in your creative practice. Today, Hannah answers the question behind why you haven't done it yet: how to pay yourself.
     
    If you’re ready to de-stress your taxes, save time and feel understood so you have the freedom to create your biggest, boldest work, click below to join the FREE masterclass at Sunlight Tax:

    De-Stress Your Taxes and Get Back to the Studio (for Creators)





     

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