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Arts and Humanities


Looking at Painting


Studio visits with 14 Kentucky painters
Grade Levels:
9-12
Length:
60 minutes
Taping Rights:
Unlimited
MARC Record:
Downloadable
Web Site:
KET Online
Teaching Materials:
See Below
Program Schedule and Streaming Links:
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Artist-host Robert Tharsing introduces the art of painting through interviews with Kentucky artists, visits to their studios, and discussion of techniques, elements, and principles in selected paintings. Using works from Kentucky art museums by Kentucky artists and artists from other places and times, the series demonstrates how to “read” a painting.

Browse the gallery at the Looking at Painting web site www.ket.org/painting to see works by the featured artists. You’ll also find information about each artist and the genres of realism, expressionism, and abstraction as well as program outlines, classroom ideas, and lesson plans for middle and high school.

Program of Studies:
Visual Arts: Structure in the Arts, Humanity in the Arts, Purposes for Creating the Arts, Processes in the Arts, Interrelationships Among the Arts


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2012/13 Program Schedule

101. Realism
Four Kentucky realist painters—Gaela Erwin (Louisville), Dal Macon (Whitley County), Laurin Notheisen (Bowling Green), and Sheldon Tapley (Danville)—illustrate how the real world inspires and informs their work.
102. Expressionism
Five Kentucky painters whose work falls between realism and abstraction—Patrick Adams (Nicholasville), Mark Priest (Louisville), Guinever Smith (Louisville), Karen Spears (Lexington), and Ann Tower (Lexington)—explain how they infuse the observed world with personal emotions and intellectual concerns.
103. Abstraction
Paint and process take precedence over image in the work of five Kentucky abstract painters: Nancy Cassell (Union), Henry Chodkowski (Louisville), Gerald Ferstman (Lexington), Sam Gilliam (Louisville and Washington, DC), and Ivan Schieferdecker (Bowling Green).
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Episodes in this Series

101. Realism
Four Kentucky realist painters—Gaela Erwin (Louisville), Dal Macon (Whitley County), Laurin Notheisen (Bowling Green), and Sheldon Tapley (Danville)—illustrate how the real world inspires and informs their work. 56 minutes.
102. Expressionism
Five Kentucky painters whose work falls between realism and abstraction—Patrick Adams (Nicholasville), Mark Priest (Louisville), Guinever Smith (Louisville), Karen Spears (Lexington), and Ann Tower (Lexington)—explain how they infuse the observed world with personal emotions and intellectual concerns. 57 minutes.
103. Abstraction
Paint and process take precedence over image in the work of five Kentucky abstract painters: Nancy Cassell (Union), Henry Chodkowski (Louisville), Gerald Ferstman (Lexington), Sam Gilliam (Louisville and Washington, DC), and Ivan Schieferdecker (Bowling Green). 57 minutes.

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Kentucky Academic Expectations

This program relates to the following Kentucky Academic Expectations.

Kentucky schools may tape and retain programs according to the rights listed above. For further information, contact the KET Education Division.

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