Tag Archive for 'interview'

ADD Podcast

I had the chance to be interviewed by Jason Barr for his ADD Podcast . We talked about being artists when you have kids and you live on the Internet.

You can listen to our conversation and check out his playlist HERE.

You can check out his podcast on his site and on iTunes.

Chainsaws and Jelly


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In this episode Dave LaMorte sits down with Sheena She and discusses the Newark art world, underground Hip Hop, and her website Chainsaws and Jelly. There aren’t a lot of websites that highlight the amazing things that art happening here locally, and Sheena covers a breadth of topics. She really supports her local scene.

There is so much New Jersey love in this episode my teeth hurt from thinking about it.

You should also check out the NewMediator MixTape on our Bandcamp page and our Kickstarter. Support your scene.

NewMediator.org is an audio podcast about visual art hosted by Dave LaMorte. We discuss creativity, visual art, and the people who create our world. You can find the links we discuss and listen to the episodes at NewMediator.org.

Michael X. Rose (Mp3)

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Today we speak with Hudson Valley artist Michael X. Rose. I met Michael at his booth at the Fountain Art Fair just a few weeks ago and I was totally impressed with his work.I knew I wanted to have him come on to talk about his work, and he was very generous with his time.

Michael paints historical events, mythology, and folk tales and paints them using traditional Renaissance techniques.

Though his work seems to take inspiration from folk art, his figures are highly modeled, very detailed, and live in very richly painted landscapes. I love how his work was a mix of folk history and the sublime.

The image in this post is the cover of the full color zine I bought at the fair. It depicts a whole bunch of battles between good and evil throughout historical and religious texts. It is also available for sail along with other work by Michael on his website MichaelXRose.com.

Michael X. Rose (Enhanced Podcast)

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Today we speak with Hudson Valley artist Michael X. Rose. I met Michael at his booth at the Fountain Art Fair just a few weeks ago and I was totally impressed with his work.I knew I wanted to have him come on to talk about his work, and he was very generous with his time.

Michael paints historical events, mythology, and folk tales and paints them using traditional Renaissance techniques.

Though his work seems to take inspiration from folk art, his figures are highly modeled, very detailed, and live in very richly painted landscapes. I love how his work was a mix of folk history and the sublime.

The image in this post is the cover of the full color zine I bought at the fair. It depicts a whole bunch of battles between good and evil throughout historical and religious texts. It is also available for sail along with other work by Michael on his website MichaelXRose.com.