Director Jason Tostevin's video "Dream Job 2010 International" documentary, features artist Ron Anderson
Ron Anderson is one of the featured artists in the Dream Job video from Director Jason Tostevin. This is an outstanding work with informal and insightful comments from a diverse group of artists in our community.
View the video with the link provided below at your convenience.
Dream Job - 2010 International Doc Challenge "Top 25"
"...Created in four days for the international Doc Challenge, a timed contest to use a randomly drawn genre and theme to make the best 4-7 minute documentary over a long weekend. Our genre was art and the theme was "dreams."
DREAM JOB: Writer/director Jason Tostevin takes a touching, personal look at where our childhood dreams of artistry come from, and where they go when a "real life" of families, mortgages and paying work interferes. What kind of people make the dream job work? Includes interviews with prominent Columbus-based artists, historians and teachers..."
Ohio Arts Council: Creative Writing Workshop
Ron was one of the 12 Ohio artists who participated in the exhibit that inspired this creative workshop
Ohio Arts Council Creative Writing Workshop inspired by paintings by Ohio artists
New Narratives: Paintings by Ohio Artists is the WRITE exhibition for a delightful evening of creative writing experiences inspired by 39 diverse paintings by 12 Ohio artists. Join us on Wednesday, June 24 for a two-hour workshop, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Bring paper and pencils, open minds, hearts and free spirits! Hang loose with educator, author/writer, Mimi Brodsky Chenfeld. Register for this free workshop at www.riffegallery.org by Monday, June 22, 2009. Space is limited, so register today!
For more information please contact: Mary Gray email@example.com
Ron was one of several local artists that had their portraits painted by artist Talle Bamazi recently. The completed paintings make up the "Legacy of Local Artists" display at the Columbus Museum of Art from 2/1/08 - 2/28/08.
"...The Columbus Museum of Artcelebrates the city's rich heritage of African-American art with a special installation of works by Columbus artist Talle Bamazi on view Feb. 1-28. Bamazi created an ongoing series of portraits of his colleagues with objects symbolic of their African Lineage...."
This is a wonderful project, and brings many of the areas finest from the art community to the attention of art lovers, and patrons of the museum.
"...Artists usually document larger-than-life subjects, but a special exhibition at the Columbus Museum of Art offers a new way of looking at the artists themselves. Togo-native artist and gallery proprietor Talle Bamazi captures five African American artists set against spare surrealist backgrounds in his new exhibition, Columbus Portraits.
Inspired by the West African oral tradition of griots, Bamazi documented five Columbus-based painters, artists, photographers and friends on enormous canvases in homage to the importance of tradition in contemporary creative life.
Along with Aminah Robinson — whose latest exhibition, Along Water Street, is also currently on display — local photographers Kojo Kamau, Abdi Roble and Tariq Tarey and painter Ron Anderson, are given the royal treatment in subdued oils on linen..."
A closing reception takes place Wednesday February 27, before the portraits make their way to the Musee des Arts Derniers in Paris.
What: "Legacy of Local Artists" When: Through February 28, 2008 Where: Columbus Museum of Art, 480 E. Broad St. Web: columbusmuseum.org Web: columbusalive.com
Visit our online art dealer to purchase Ron's paintings. Major credit cards accepted (This link takes you to Absolute Arts/World Wide Arts Resources)
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