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Appleton to Host Online Artist Talk Series
September 17, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Appleton Museum of Art introduces a new series called “Artist’s Outlook.”
Log in and join Appleton Curator of Exhibitions Patricia Tomlinson as she chats with individual artists about their work, processes and inspirations. This online series will take place every third Thursday from September-December and is free to attend. Participants will have the opportunity to ask the artists questions.
All talks will be hosted on Zoom and can be accessed using your mobile device or desktop computer. If using your phone or other mobile device, search “Zoom” in the app store. If using your desktop, visit www.zoom.us. Use the following login information for each artist talk: Meeting ID: 302 190 0088 | Passcode: 352352.
Sept. 17, 7 p.m. with Christian Duran
A multi-faceted artist living and working in Gainesville, he is also a medical professional. In his work, he subtly incorporates imagery from things such as the human circulatory system into mixed-media compositions. This talk will provide a preview of the work that will be on view at the Appleton this fall in an exhibition titled “The Spaces Between.”
Oct. 15, 7 p.m. with Annelies Dykgraaf
Jacksonville-based artist Annelies Dykgraff is a founding member of Jacksonville Cultural Development Corporation (formerly Jacksonville Consortium of African American Artists) and a founding member and past president of The Art Center Cooperative Inc. 2005. Her work tells stories of her childhood and the uniting of cultures and races. Often incorporated into her work are motifs from the tradition of wood carvings, textile patterns, uli motifs and symbols from various West African tribal folk tales/myths.
Nov. 19, 7 p.m. with Clayton Pond
Artist Clayton Pond’s bright and bold works of art offer the viewer a charming, idiosyncratic interpretation of the world. Over the span of his career, his work has revealed a fascination with vibrant color interactions and the infinite possibilities that color relationships present.
Dec. 17, 7 p.m. with Mac Stone
Wildlife photographer Mac Stone specializes in images from the Everglades, Florida Bay, and America’s Swamps. Stone is a National Geographic explorer, a senior fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers, a Sea Legacy fellow, and is also the executive director of Naturaland Trust, a nonprofit that permanently protects critical lands in the upstate of South Carolina.