The term "subjects" in art refers to the main idea that is represented in the artwork. The subject in art is basically the essence of the piece. To determine the subject matter in a particular piece of art, ask yourself: What is actually depicted in this artwork?
“Art and music is made for the heart and what you feel about it” - Tony Garner
Tony, Brandon, and I discuss the rich history of art in Columbus and honor artists of the past in our digital media generation.
Episode 18 - Listen Now
In This Episode…
The significance of art in culture
[00.47] Welcome to the Roundtable Tony and Brandon
[02.15] Tony shares "how art healed me."
[03.00] Finding Children's services work-life balance
[05.03] Getting cultured by Tony's wife's grandmother
[07.30] Columbus has a fantastic art scene
[10.32] When the trauma lifts through watercolor
[12.38] The neuroscience of art therapy
[14.42] Pulling it out of other people when they don't know it's in there
[24.20] A newfound love of life
[31.50] Who was Chester Nicodemus?
[36.02] Building a community of fans
[39.03] The more you have of a collection the more valuable
[42.08] What happened to Bob Ross?
[46.10] Art doesn’t have to be intellectual to enjoy it
[50.10] When kids art speaks
[53.30] Half a billion dollars of art stolen in 1990
[55.47] The humanitarian crisis of starvation
[60.00] Best art museums for kids
[62.00] Keep revisiting familiar pieces
[64.00] Who is Tony’s favorite artist?
[73.00] Warehouse art community
[80.00] You’re allowed to tell an artist you like their work
[86.00] You don’t have to color in the lines, what do you feel?
[90.00] Closing thoughts from Tony and Brandon
Links to People and Companies We Mentioned in the Show
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Episode 18 - Listen Now
Episode Length: 96 mins
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