ART GAB

An Arts and Visual Arts podcast
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In this episode we get to talk with curator McLean Emenegger about her work, recent move to Seattle, and her most recent project, AMcE Creative Arts (AMcE). 
The wonderful Jamila Clarke is our guest in this episode. She tells us about her work creating surreal and fantastical narratives balancing an acute sense of humor and...
In this episode we interview artist Tatyana Ostapenko. We discuss her autobiographical oil paintings and what diaspora can look like in art.  
This time Ashley interviews Kendra about her art practice and the balancing act that is art, family, and teaching. 
 In this episode we take a road trip to Illinois and visit artist Zach Mory, whose drawings connect comic book aesthetics to the history of midwestern magical realism...
In this episode Brian hart is our guest. Brian is a Co-Host/Producer of podcast 10 Bestest, a condensed way for you to learn new things to enhance various...
In this episode we talk with Portland painter Austin Eddy about his luscious work and upcoming exhibit. We discuss the role art has in society today, as well...
In this episode we talk with Courtney and Travis Toll about their project, Portrait Slam, a series of fun photography events where fashion and art reign supreme. Back...
This episode we interview the Portland art power couple Eric and Tamara Dayton. Eric Dayton is the co-founder and chief creative officer at SightWorks, as well as owner...
In this episode we interview Shawn Demarest, a local painter whose moody Portland streetscapes capture the feelings and character of place. We talk about light, residencies, and artistic...
  This episode we interview the fantastic freelance illustrator, Jenna Lechner and hear all about what she’s up to. Jenna is a freelance illustrator living in Portland, OR....
Alia Bird  is a Portland Tattoo artist, illustrator, and social worker. Her unique style incorporates natural elements and animals in an enchanting way. Ashley and Kendra sit down...
This week we interview ceramic artist Shannon Ross. Based in Salem, Ross’s whimsical sculptures, natural vases, and charming pitchers will be on view at the Gallery Calapooia in...
This week the sisters talk about the overlap of two seemingly different things: The Nightingale, a novel by Kirstin Hannah and the art of the Guerrilla Girls, an...
In this episode we talk to Portland Designer, Nick Parker. Originally from Corvallis, Parker’s Oregon roots run deep. An early start with basketball and graffiti inspired his aesthetic...
In this special Halloween episode Kendra interviews Ashley with the help of designer and friend, Nick Parker.  She talks about the art of wig design and creation, as...
In recent years, the Portland art community has had a number of significant losses and it is preparing for one more with the departure of curator, Josephine Zarkovich...
Artist Tammy Jo Wilson stops by to tell us about her artwork, our common experience of corporeal fleshiness, and how Encaustics (an ancient painting technique using hot wax...
 Tamara English, a Portland artist, gabs with Kendra and Ashley about her paintings, as well as the power of wonder and nature, magical realism, and the importance of...
The sisters discuss artists Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon, two great figurative painters from across the pond. 
Ashley and Kendra discuss Ashley’s trip to Charleston, SC where she visited the Gibb’s Museum and learned about miniature portraiture and the Gullah craft of Sweetgrass Baskets.
Kendra and Ashley talk with Portland artist Mark Takiguchi about his work. Lava lamps, furniture, desire, displacement, and an exciting new job are discussed. https://marktakiguchi.com/
Ashley and Kendra talk with Anya Roberts-Toney talk about bubbles, pizza, toast, the difference of New York & Portland’s art scene, Anya’s process of working out ideas for...
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