Posts Tagged ‘artist’

Pas de deux 18, from the Dance series at The Gallery of The Copley Society of Art, Boston from February 28th to March 28th, 2019. Opening reception, Thursday, February 28th, 5:30pm – 7:30pm

February 22, 2019

Pas de deux 18 from the Dance series was selected for the Copley Society of Art’s juried show, Renewal. The juror was Meg White, Director of Gallery NAGA, Boston. Dance, like music and humor, is a time-tested means of renewing body and soul. In the Dance series, I use normally shed plant material and other… Read More

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Scrapbook, Portraits in context –– expands with additions

April 22, 2018

Scrapbook, Portraits in Context is a collection of disparate stories told through portraiture. Each artwork is a self-contained and multi-layered story that I created. Various elements seen in the pieces are meant to evoke personal memories in the viewer. Like in a scrapbook the presentation style is casual. “From…To…,” depicts transitions in emotion, mood, attitude… Read More

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Additions to existing series

April 22, 2018

The series name is followed by the new titles: Metal: Cowlick man in golden regalia; Lava bubble in metal ‘Scapes: Translucent Beauty 2; Translucent Beauty; Water droplets and rippled buildings Melted Suburbia: Bi-Phasic and Caged Please click on the Art tab to see these additions. The home or landing page slide show presents “Cowlick man… Read More

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Building Bridges –– Portraits of Immigrants and Refugees. A touring photo-text exhibit.

October 23, 2017

While still living in Massachusetts, I was invited by Mark Chester, a well known street photographer, to be a subject in his long-running project, The Bay State: A Multicultural Landscape. His goal: to highlight the multicultural landscape of Massachusetts, and his objective: to photograph naturalized U.S. citizens from as many countries of the world as… Read More

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Interview with Glenn Williams and Julia Perciasepe on the TV show, “It’s All About Art.”

December 21, 2013

I was recently interviewed by host Glenn Williams and co-host Julia Perciasepe on their live TV show “It’s All About Arts” hosted by Boston’s public access cable TV center, Boston Neighborhood Network Television (BNN-TV), a nationally recognized, award-winning community media center. This was my second appearance on this show. Click on the video below to see the… Read More

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Glenn Williams interviews artist and poet Cariappa Annaiah

September 5, 2012

I was recently interviewed by host Glenn Williams on his live TV show “It’s All About Arts” hosted by Boston’s public access cable TV center, Boston Neighborhood Network Television (BNN-TV), a nationally recognized, award-winning community media center. Click on the video below to see the live interview.     Please feel free to share your thoughts and… Read More

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Boston Neighborhood Network: Interview with Cariappa Annaiah

August 24, 2012

I was recently interviewed by BNN-TV. In this video, I discuss my artwork and techniques, emphasizing that each person that views my art will see something different – each person will see what he or she needs to see in it. When people tell me that they know nothing about art, and don’t know what… Read More

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