Here’s what’s on Creative Mojo November 24, 2010

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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

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Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski is the place to oil your creativity, get unstuck, share your ideas, voice your opinions, have a few laughs, and take a break from the world.

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Here’s who’s on the next

Creative Mojo —

And my co-host is . . . .

Cheryl Lynch

Cheryl has a new book from THAT PATCHWORK PLACE!

CLICK HERE to pre-order you book today!

CLICK HERE to visit Cheryl’s website!

Call in and talk with Cheryl and me at

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REGRETS, I’VE HAD A FEW . . .

I wish I had only a few! I have a gazillion regrets!  How about you?

I’ll be speaking with author and SECRET REGRETS web host Kevin Hansen

about

SECRET REGRETS

What if you had a second chance?

What are YOUR secret regrets?

Call in and talk with Kevin and me at

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THE PRIORITY BOXES ART SERIES

A Message of Peace and Hope

What would you do if you suddenly received a box via mail, labeled “FRAGILE: Contains Peace”? How would you use it? Would you give it to someone else? Would you sell it?  Would you just throw it away?

Such a box is exactly what painter Franck de Las Mercedes has been sending since May of 2006 to anyone who asks him, anywhere in the world, for free.

Mark talks with Franck de Las Mercedes!

Here’s a short video of Franck and his art project . . .

To visit Franck’s website CLICK HERE!

Call in and talk with Franck and me at

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THE RISE OF . . .

THE SLOPPY CRAFT MOVEMENT

As I leafed through the pages of my recent FIBER ARTS magazine, I came upon a story about the SLOPPY CRAFT  movement.

Sloppy Crafts is something crafted without much attention to detail. “Sloppy.” Clay formed around a metal armature, with the metal showing through. A chair with loosely sewn seams, allowing the stuffing to be seen. Just what the name says. Sloppy craft, or sloppy workmanship.

The sloppiness is deliberate!

Meet t artist, Josh Faught.

He and Mark talk about his art, his process, his vision and involvement in Sloppy Craft.


Josh Faught has exhibited his work in numerous venues including Lisa Cooley Fine Arts, New York, New York; The Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington; The Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, Oregon; Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, Washington; The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland; Lehmann College, New York, New York; Front Room Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio; Roots and Culture Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, among others. His work has also appeared in publications such as The New York TimesArt In AmericaThe Studio ReaderCrafts (UK), and The New Yorker.
BA, Oberlin College; AAS, Fashion Institute of Technology; MFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

 

Here is more of Josh’s work.   I LOVE this piece:


Call in and talk with Josh and me at

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Plus . . .

One of my favorite people . .

Annie Smith

Annie is the host of the very FIRST and most popular Podcast for Quilters —  CLICK HERE!

This is Annie’s new FABULOUS book!

Order Annie’s book by CLICKING HERE

I’ve been on Annie’s show —

now it’s time to put ANNIE ON THE HOT SEAT!

Call in and talk with Annie and me at

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All of this plus  LOTS MORE!

See you there, cupcake!   xoxom

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