June 21, 2011
Today, Susan Troller and I were interviewed on Wisconsin Public Radio for The Larry Meiller Show about CLUCK: From Jungle Fowl to City Chicks. I was nervous at first, but Larry is such a great interviewer (and a really nice guy) that soon it was just fun. I am amazed at the extreme multi-tasking that Larry does while on the air. He has to keep track of 3 different computer screens, the people who call-in, working in the breaks, conversing with the guests… and he makes it look so easy!
Anyway, here’s the interview from Tuesday, 6/21/2011 @ 11:45 AM)
And here’s The Larry Meiller Show’s Facebook page. “Like” it or subscribe to it’s RSS feed to find out what’s coming up on the shows.
June 10, 2011
…temporarily transformed (for the Art Tour) with bits from recent MFA shows: carcasses, pink pigs, 8ft chickens:
This and much more–cards, books and other practical things! Now showing Saturday and Sunday, 10-5 at my studio, part of the Mount Horeb Area Spring Art Tour
June 9, 2011
Weekend Schedule for Sue:
1 of 5 new cards available this weekend
Friday: Cutting 2 new blocks. Printing a new (Dexter) tee by end of day.
Saturday: Cutting and printing 2 new reduction relief blocks.
Sunday: 1st of 2 blocks should be nearing completion.
5 new card designs
Both hard and soft cover versions of CLUCK: From Jungle Fowl to City Chicks is also available.
Now in it’s 5th year, the Spring Art Tour features 21 artists who will open their studios to the public for 3 days in June. This year the open studio event is June 10, 11, 12 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday), 10-5 daily.
Open daily 10-5
June 1, 2011
“Presentation with author Susan Troller and artist S.V. Medaris, this is an illustrated talk about Troller’s new book ‘CLUCK: From Jungle Fowl to City Chicks,’ which is beautifully illustrated with art by Medaris. Troller is a reporter with The Capital Times.”
“This 45-minute illustrated talk will include Susan Troller’s colorful critter stories and S.V. Medaris’s amazing artwork, followed by Q & A for both. S.V. Medaris’s relief prints are on display in ‘Beastly Prints: Modern Interpretations of the Art of the Bestiary‘ in Overture Gallery I.”
Wed, Jun 1, 6 PM
Wisconsin Studio, free
More info at the Overture and publisher Itchy Cat Press.