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Part 2: Expressionism

Approx. times
00:00-02:11 Open
  Host Robert Tharsing introduces the program, defines expressionism, and introduces the five featured artists: Patrick Adams (Nicholasville), Mark Priest (Louisville), Guinever Smith (Louisville), Karen Spears (Lexington), and Ann Tower (Lexington).
02:11-21:33 Origins
02:11-03:14 Karen Spears about early desire to be an artist
03:15-05:36 Mark Priest about influences, family/teacher support
05:37-06:49 Guinever Smith about growing up in a house full of art
06:50-10:20 Patrick Adams about early influences, effect of geography on his work
10:21-11:21 Karen Spears about role geography plays in her work
11:22-12:14 Ann Tower about childhood in New York City
12:15-14:05 Guinever Smith about becoming a painter, travel
14:06-14:58 Ann Tower about training, travel
14:58-16:26 Karen Spears about doubts
16:26-17:53 Mark Priest about influence of Henry Chodkowski
17:54-18:46 Patrick Adams about influences (Diebenkorn)
18:47-19:43 Ann Tower about influences (American modernists, Matisse)
19:44-20:40 Karen Spears about influences (Munch, German expressionists, Van Gogh)
20:41-21:33 Mark Priest about trip to Italy to see Michelangelo works
21:34-42:08 Ideas/Process
21:42-23:39 Patrick Adams about what’s in his landscapes
23:40-25:12 Guinever Smith about what she’s trying to achieve
25:13-26:21 Ann Tower about her approach
26:22-27:21 Mark Priest about what he likes about figure painting
27:22-29:30 Karen Spears about how her paintings come out of her experience
29:31-31:23 Mark Priest about his process (sketches, painting directly, media)
31:23-32:48 Ann Tower about painting flowers, her paint brushes
32:49-33:48 Karen Spears about her attraction to paint
33:49-34:40 Patrick Adams about painting from memory
34:40-37:12 Guinever Smith about painting series
37:13-38:10 Karen Spears about how her experience as a mom has affected her work
38:11-40:26 Mark Priest about painting his family, his railroad experience
40:27-41:20 Ann Tower about meaning in her work
41:21-42:08 Karen Spears about a painting she’s working on
42:09-48:53 Touchstones
42:17-44:39 Guinever Smith about Stephen Brown
44:40-46:27 Karen Spears about Milton Avery
46:28-47:45 Patrick Adams about Emile Bernard
47:46-48:53 Ann Tower about Alice Neel
48:54-56:30 Furthermore
  The artists talk about the value of art and self-expression.

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