Artist Thomas Huber talks about how he uses the visual detritus of daily life, the random notes and scribbles that acrue throughout the day to create his lush, layered "vague" paintings.
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BY ELIZABETH JOSE
@ VOL 9
ON APR 04, 2013
"What if painting was easy, right?"
In Free Painting from PechaKucha Night Taos Vol.9, Elizabeth Jose presents a series of her paintings while sharing how she creates these beautiful works of art. Elizabeth talks about her mindset while painting, preparation, and what motivates her to paint.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 28th, 2017.
Painting Young Minds
BY KENSUKE MIYAZAKI
@ VOL 111
ON FEB 20, 2014
Painter Kensuke Miyazaki has been creating "peaceful, colorful" large and small scale work for nearly a decade now. He speaks of his live-painting, installations, and exhibits in Singapore and London, but focuses on his most recent travels to Kenya. Hear how he is working to inspire the youth of Nairobi through the power of art and imagination.
Learning to Love Your Obsessions
BY BRIGETTE BORDERS
@ VOL 4
ON MAY 18, 2015
Her artistic and architecural studies allowed her to overcome some (but not all!) of her obsessive compulsive behaviors, through encaustic painting and pattern making.
The Day I Stole A Time Machine (Random Slides Improv)
BY JOHN ANSEHL
@ VOL 5
ON MAY 19, 2016
Chicago based designer, John Ansehl excersizes his improv comedy skills and shows us how the world ends in this "random slides" PK prepared by Mark Strauss with a little help from Photoshop.
Random Co-ordinate Photography
Kyle Soo, the organiser of PechaKucha Night Manchester, presents his first ever full PechaKucha, telling his story of a photography project he completed in 2016, when he asked the people of Twitter to guide him to random places in London, using only the power of random co-ordinates, and serendipity.
Join him on his journey into the unknown...
Photo Album of Paintings
BY MAMATJAN JUMA
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 15, 2018
Mamatjan Juma is an artist who was trained in the style of Socialist Realism, in which ideology was paramount. He began questioning this notion and exploring more abstract styles after his move to the United States. Through "snapshots" of his paintings, he shows the development of his style, where beauty, balance, and limitlessness are expressed without the need to stand for an ideology.
Posture/Gesture: Paintings of Laurie Lisonbee
BY LAURIE LISONBEE
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 25, 2018
Laurie Lisonbee shows artworks of the human figure in yoga postures as metaphors for states of being. Depictions of bodily contortions and mudras of the hand are crafted into relic-like objects. From art historical sources, junk piles, and yoga practice, Lisonbee derives a painting process akin to devotional meditation.