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December 10, 2008: This week we continue our annual holiday program with stories written and told by members of the community. Our theme this year is "Creating a lot from very little".
December 3, 2008: This week is the annual holiday program with stories written and told by members of the community. This year's theme is "Creating a lot from very little"
November 12, 2008: This program continues an exploration of wood with artist Robin Corell who operates from his home studio in Atascadero. With an MFA in sculpture he now creates furniture with a keen interest in designing forms that are fully three dimensional and that make use of subtle curves. Making use of locally already felled trees, he mills his own wood.
November 5, 2008: This program is part one featuring two Atascadero woodworkers whose work is created from tree trunks that just might come from any yard. This week is a visit with Barry Lundgren a wood turner who specializes in lidded containers and asymmetrical bowls. A lover of nature, Barry's early artistic expressions were as a photographer. Although still a love, his passion now is the discovery of wood's hidden beauty via his skill with the lathe.
October 8, 2008: Part Two of Crissa Hewitt and Steven DeLuque's grand tour of the artists annual Studio Tour.
October 1, 2008: Hosts Crissa Hewitt and Steven DeLuque take you on a grand tour of the artists annual Studio Tour.
September 10, 2008: Part 2 of our program with Botso and Margaret Korisheli.
September 3, 2008: This is a reprise of an April 2002 program featuring Central Coast artists and sculptors Botso and Margaret Korisheli. Although Bostofest is finished, we wanted to be a part of the celebration of the lives and work of this talented family.
August 13, 2008: A visit to a factory in Italy that creates hand-crafted sculpture tools, hosted by Crissa Hewitt
July 9, 2008: Host Steven DeLuque visits the guiding lights behind "The Peace Library", Melinda Forbes and Julie Frankel. The Peace Library, now in its fifth edition with works created from 2006 to 2008, is a collection of handmade books reflecting on politics, philosophy, war, peace and the state of our nation.
July 2, 2008: Host Steven DeLuque reads his captivating story The Enchanter of Sugar Grove.
June 11, 2008: Jerome Witkin, Part 2
June 4, 2008: This program is the first of two featuring artist Jerome Witkin whose work is currently on display at the Jack Rutberg Gallery in Los Angeles.
May 14, 2008: In what seems particularly timely, hosts Crissa Hewitt and Steven DeLuque visit with Tibetan born artist Karma Thupten who is visiting San Luis Obispo during May. He lives in Katmandu. An exhibit "Sacred Paintings of Tibet" is currently on display at Arts Space Obispo in the Creamery through May 29. Information is available at artsobispo.org
May 7, 2008: Today hosts Crissa Hewitt and Steven DeLuque visit with artist Mike Tracy to talk about his exhibition "Tales, Toys 'n Toons" currently on display at the San Luis Obispo Art Center through May 25. His website is: miketracy.net.
April 9, 2008: Part two of a two part feature on the work of silversmith Davide Bigazzi.
April 2, 2008: Part one of a two part feature on the work of silversmith Davide Bigazzi. To view some of his work or to learn more about study opportunities the web site is dbcollection.net
February 13, 2008: Part two of our talk with artist David Satino Scott.
February 6, 2008: Part one of a two part talk with artist David Satino Scott.
January 9, 2008: This week Crissa travels north for a conversation with the owner of a furniture design and restoration business. This family owned shop is part of the Allied Arts Guild of Menlo Park.