Following the artist interviews which we streamed "Live" from the Licensing Expo we invited each artist to sign our commerative artist paint pallet. Watch the video and see the entushaism that the artist demonstarted as they participated.
Special thanks to all the artists you made this year's Licensing Expo one to remember.
ArtMoose show host Roshelle Baier interviewed artist Adam Stone during Licensing Expo 2014 held at the Mandalay Bay in the exciting city of Las Vegas.
Adam was born into a family of professional painters and sculptors. He started selling his art work professionally at the age of 17 on the boardwalk in Venice Beach, California. Growing up inside of this hyper creative family provided him with invaluable support to pursue all of his creative endeavors.
JENNY FOSTER'S style is primitive and contemporary, embellished with joyful colors and abstract forms and symbols. Her constant goal is to create pieces that speak to the heart immediately — to create personality and expression, while keeping them simple, joyful, bold and refreshing. Her work is a celebration of colors, creatures and the spirit of life.
ArtMoose show host Roshelle Baier interviews Nick Mayer—artist, naturalist, biologist and fly-fisherman during the Licensing Expo held at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada. They discuss how he goes beyond typical paintings of marine life to the art of capturing the nuance of each individual creature.
ArtMoose show host Roshelle Baier interviews artist Haiyan at the Licensing Expo 2014. Haiyan’s favorite subjects revolve around the sea and she beautifully captures the movements and feelings of the ocean in near photorealistic detail.
ArtMoose show host Roshelle Baier interviews alternative photographer and fine artist, Bettie Grace Miner who creates her own unique style of art by combining photography and painting techniques. Miner’s creative roots originally began in music, evolving into the fine arts.
ArtMoose show host Roshelle Baier interviews Stephen Schubert at the Licensing Expo where he talks about his new style, a radical departure from his realistic 3-D wall sculptures for which he is nationally known.
Stephen uses Mediterranean and Asian influences to create contemporary abstract works on canvas to "inspire the viewer to bring his or her own emotional responses into the equation."