Airs Friday June 27, at 9:00 pm on Ch. 5.1
Albuquerque painter Maude Andrade shares the process behind her abstracted landscapes and narratives.
“Almost everything is autobiographical, but when I come to a new series of paintings, I’m not thinking, ‘I am going to address this part of my life.’ That doesn’t enter in at all. I just start.”
Arabella Tattershall combines the art of dress-making with the art of welding.
“I love being able to create that kind of movement of a piece, of something that is so hard, and so unfriendly.”
“Barkitecture,” a design competition, challenges the region’s top firms to create artsy abodes for our four legged friends.
“Every year, I’ve tried to do a dog house that helped with the human/pet interaction.”
“Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity”
“Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity” shows the evolution of fashion through the paintings of artists such as Manet and Degas.
“Edouard Manet said, ‘The latest fashion is absolutely necessary for a painting. It’s what matters most.’”