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Subject: Arts: Art & Artists

The Garden of Artists Series (Le Jardin des Artistes)

The Garden of Artists Series (Le Jardin des Artistes)

Grounds for Sculpture, a public not-for-profit corporation, is a 35-acre public sculpture park located in Hamilton, NJ; it was founded as the vision of the famous sculptor and philanthropist J. Seward Johnson, Jr. to promote the appreciation and understanding of contemporary sculpture. Each season it adds to its outdoor permanent collection and presents new exhibition indoors. With over 100,000 visitors yearly, it is the state's foremost sculpture park and museum. This series takes us to this wonderful setting, along with the Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture in Mercerville, which was also created by Mr. Johnson and is considered one of the world's leading fine art foundries, where we meet established and emerging sculptors who have exhibited at Grounds for Sculpture, to see their work and learn their stories. Produced by BG&V Productions, Inc. Programs available on 8 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in an 8-Disc Set. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail
Also See: Partick Dougherty: Twisted Logic
Also produced by BG&V Productions: Mr. B's Studio: An Introduction to Digital Production Series

List of Titles


Brooke Barri; Helena Lukasova; Bonnie Brown

Brooke Barri; Helena Lukasova; Bonnie Brown

Host Savanna Jackson begins this program interviewing Brooke Barri, a former curator of the Grounds for Sculpture, where visitors of all ages can enjoy the outdoor permanent collection of contemporary sculpture as well as various indoor exhibitions; next sculptor Helena Lukasova explains her sculpture Click for more


Carole Feuerman

Carole Feuerman

Peabody Award Winner
Medici Award Winner
Betty Parson Sculpture Award Winner
First Prize -Beijing International Art Biennale

"Carole A. Feuerman's bronze castings are a brilliant example of deconstruction/reinvention of the perennial classical/contra Click for more


  

Gyuri Hollosy

Host Aylin Green welcomes artist Gyuri Hollosy, whose career has entered its fifth decade. Born in Bavaria, Germany, his family relocated to the United States when he was 9, and he was only 12 years old when his passion for art was ignited at a summer camp. His parents, Simon Hollosy and Csontvary Tivadar Click for more


Johnson Digital Atelier: Jon Lash and John Rannou

Johnson Digital Atelier: Jon Lash and John Rannou

The Digital Atelier, founded by the renowned sculptor, J. Seward Johnson Jr., is a model- and pattern-making operation for the Johnson Atelier, a U.S.-based school for sculpture; it was established to promote the growing need of technical assistance in producing quality fine art and design through the use of digitally Click for more


Helena Lukasova

Helena Lukasova

Hosted by Savanna Jackson, this programs introduces viewers to Helena Lukasova, an emerging artist from the Czech Republic, and a graduate from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia, who also has specialized training in fresco painting, mosaic, woodworking, graphic design and clay Click for more


Andrew Rogers

Andrew Rogers

"Andrew Rogers' oeuvre includes not only small- and large-scale bronzes, but also significant memorials and vast geoglyphs in the desert landscape. His frequently used phrase 'rhythms of life' is an apt choice, because in this age of globalization the rhythms of life are no longer limited to our own small circle Click for more


Steven Siegel

Steven Siegel

Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award -Grounds for Sculpture
"With an elegantly simple and numbingly repetitious process Siegel invites viewers to analyze and accept the ambiguous relationship of technology and nature, and the comparable cycles of Click for more


Isaac Witkin

Isaac Witkin

This program documents an exclusive interview host Savanna Jackson had with the sculptor Isaac Witkin before his death in 2006. Born in 1936 in Johannesburg, South Africa the sculptor moved to London, England when he 21 and attended the St. Martin's School of Art and studied under sculptor Sir Anthony Click for more





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