Part 1 of the luke kurtis interview is posted and ready to download! The interview with luke was so amazing that I split it into two shows! Part 2 will be ready for download this week so stay tuned!
Today’s episode features an interview with the artist luke kurtis. He discusses with Tim and Jill his current exhibit called INTERSECTION which is currently on display. luke also discusses his journey while developing his work.
Make sure to check out his work below and definitely stay tuned for part 2.
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Have a beautiful week and stay tuned for part 2!
Today Tim & Jill had the pleasure of talking to luke kurtis, an interdisciplinary artist focusing on the intersection of photography, writing, and design. luke spoke about his current exhibition called INTERSECTION which is currently being shown at the Massillon Museum, Massillon, OH. He spoke about what it’s like to put together his first museum exhibition. Tim & Jill then discussed with luke his work with author and upcoming Our View guest, Brian Centrone. luke explained his involvement with Brian’s newly released collection of short stories, Erotica. luke then spoke of his struggle with with psoriasis which inspired his work, Bad Skin. Everyone can experience his amazing talent by checking out his INTERSECTION catalog by visiting http://www.blurb.com/b/5113142-intersection. Also check out luke’s website at http://bd-studios.com/lukekurtis/ to see more examples of his amazing work, past and current projects, and his blog. This is definitely a very exciting show to check out and one not to be missed. This show will be available for download on iTunes and Stitcher this coming week!
Have a fantastic week and as always, be brave and follow your dreams.
To order your copy of INTERSECTION by luke kurtis, visit http://www.blurb.com/b/5113142-intersection.