Tag Archive: Louis Armstrong

April Artist – Day 29 – Zak Timan

I make floating sculpture. Using buoyant materials such as cork, hollow metal forms, and birds’ eggshells, I create compositions that float in clear, oil-filled glass vessels. The compositions’ elements are tethered to the vessel bottom with line or chain, suspending them in liquid space. My sculptures have a relationship with jazz music, although less explicitly […]

April Artists – Day 28 – Emma Robertson

Name: Emma Robertson Location: Auckland, New Zealand How long have you been doing art: I have always loved drawing and painting for as long as I can remember and there is photo evidence from even before then. I lost myself in the inevitable high school panic of “what are you going to be when you grow […]

April Artist – Day 21 – Chris Clark

Blog Post written by Chris Clark: The making of Stompin’ With Louis, a passion for dancing and painting combined   This painting of Louis Armstrong was actually a commission for my dear friend, and fellow Lindy Hopper, Michelle. She wanted a painting of Louis playing trumpet for a pair of dancers, as if his music […]

April Artists – Day 14 – Robin Nunnally

Robin Nunnally has been dancing, performing and teaching throughout the Pacific NW (and beyond) for the past 17+ years, and is known for her “little feet of fury” on the dance floor. She has placed at numerous national swing competitions, including; Camp Hollywood, Camp Jitterbug, Ultimate Lindy Hop Showdown, and the US Open. She was […]

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