The Letters of Vincent van Gogh refers to a collection of 903 surviving letters written (820) or received (83) by Vincent van Gogh.
Widely considered the Grandfather of American Literature, Mark Twain is the perfect person to learn the craft of writing from. Using quotes from well over 100 years ago, we learn how to widen our reading audience, work through writer's block, find inspiration, and deal with past mistakes in our work.
Anyone looking to break free and work independently as an Artist will enjoy Chris' interview. She discusses how to find clients, how to adapt to different client needs, how to increase your clientele, and how to balance a home life to boot! We also review her long career in Art, her craft skills, and the challenges of parenting two children with Autism while chasing her dreams....
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For Valentines Day, fall in love with Disney all over again!
There is no interviewee with more insight on Artistry and Consumerism than Walt Disney. With this rare, yet fascinating, interview from the 1960s, Disney shares:
* How his relationship with brother Roy Disney molded their company
* How Gag Sessions lead artists from open ended concepts to final projects...
* "It's a Small World" and how the ride transformed the theme park business
* Why Disney avoided (in his lifetime) sequels to his films
* How Disneyworld came into existence (including the park's name)
* The projected impact that Florida anticipated for Disneyland (Spoiler Alert- Both Walt and FL Governor Haydon Burns woefully underestimated the park's success!)
Enjoy the insights of one of the most impactful minds of the 20th Century.
Many commented on my recent drawing of Rembrandt. Thank you for the kind words. This video is a time lapse demonstration of the process.
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Christine Horton Marlow is the star of this in depth interview. Learn how to be a freelance artist on your own!
The next interview for the "Creative Professionals" series is ready to post! This time, I sit down for an in-depth chat with Christine Horton Marlow. Christine's modesty may hide the fact that she has had a storied and diverse career in Art- from work at large companies, to private gallery shows, and more. I will officially post her interview here tomorrow, but you can check out the series at my YouTube channel:
Disney can, today, keep film properties alive through many means (DVD, Internet, Games, TV shows, etc). But in the 30s and 40s, Disney had to get more creative in keeping films in the minds of Americans....