In case you missed the PBS airing last night, here is my video again…
Thank you Chris and Heather Macdonald, for taking the time to record my work, my inspirations, my thoughts. Chris and Heather have filmed 5 Colorado Artists as part of a project discussed in a previous post …
Here is a link to see the other 5 artists profiled in Colorado ArtBeat
I just wanted to let you know about a project I’ve been selected to participate in. It’s called Colorado ArtBeat and it’s a documentary film series profiling 8 visual artists living and working in Colorado. The producers, FuseMedia, are using a crowdfunding model to fund the series and I – along with the other 8 artists -have donated works of art to help make it happen.
Check it out, and see if you’d like to contribute or purchase one of my artworks (posted above) to make this film series a reality. The campaign runs from November 1-December 1 so we have a limited time to raise the funds needed to produce the film.
About Your Donation:
If you decide to donate, please make sure to contribute in my name. The artworks or “perks,” will be delivered in January.
About Colorado ArtBeat:
It’s a documentary film series that explores the work, influences, process, and inspiration of 8 talented artists in a 10 to 15 minute film. The series will show on the Colorado ArtBeat website and social media channels, with the ultimate goal of having the series air on Rocky Mountain PBS. In addition, the artist will be able to use the film for their own personal and professional purposes.
FuseMedia is a video production company based in Aspen, Colorado. This project is an outgrowth of a series of artists’ profiles that they did for Plum TV (an Aspen based TV Channel) 10 years ago for which they won regional Emmy nominations for cinematography and editing.