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Greg Edmondson: A Nasty Bruise and a Jagged Scar - Shared screen with speaker view
Colt Sinor
22:49
hello dr. wheeler
L. Kip Wheeler
28:33
Hi Colt!
McKenna Hall
29:00
Hi Dr. Wheeler !
Jennifer Hall
31:09
If you would like to ask questions after Greg's presentation, please post those questions on chat. Will we Q and A after!
Jennifer Hall
01:04:51
Any Questions you want to post?
Jennifer Hall
01:06:37
working now?
Holly Ragan
01:06:50
now it is!
Jennifer Hall
01:07:05
Thanks. Is Chat working now?
Holly Ragan
01:07:05
Dark Matter is my favorite series of Greg's
David Underwood
01:08:00
Thanks! This is amazing work! Do you feel you were influenced at all by aboriginal art? Susan Underwood
Cole Duty
01:08:09
My favorite is 32 celsius, I think that is the name, his coldest work
Matthew Revis
01:08:31
How do you think your work in three dimensions continues now?
Wesley McMasters
01:08:48
First, I'd like to flex by saying that I have a Greg Edmonson original behind me. Also, I'd like to ask: do you think, Greg, that your work at Osage was in response, in part, to the work that you did in the years before?
Lauren Brown
01:09:09
I have a question about “Imaginary Friend”. What made you think of that shape to represent an Imaginary Friend?
Heather Hartman Folks
01:09:29
I was wondering if he could talk about his choice of scale and materials in relationship to his subject matter.
Holly Ragan
01:09:55
hi from Nick and Holly in Illinois, Greg!
Sarah Allnatt
01:10:13
I've heard that you have worked with a wide variety of mediums, which one do you prefer to work with and why? Do you find yourself utilizing that preferred medium the most in your work?
Aliyah Trammell
01:10:18
I really like the blue blackhole. The imagery was really immaculate and expresses that of a mysterious whirlpool. However, what inspired you to use blue instead of other colors like red or purple?
Lauren Brown
01:11:19
Also, about the first artwork you presented from the beginning of the book, what did you mean by digital drawings made by hand? Can you explain the process?
Marcia Goldenstein
01:11:34
I’m interested in your paintings on black paper…what paint do you use? And what does the drama of the dark background lend to your ideas/images. They seem very Native American inspired.
Trinity Dutro
01:12:24
Did anyone ever shoot your confidence or bring you down by discriminating your beautiful paintings?? :(
Megan Bynum
01:17:30
What is your advice for aspiring sculptors? (If any)
Michael Sobiech
01:17:56
Thank you, Greg, for sharing with us!
L. Kip Wheeler
01:18:15
Pleasure seeing your work!
Jasmine Lindsey
01:18:17
Thank you so much!
Lacie Sepulvado
01:18:25
thank you :)
Andrew Belcher
01:18:32
Thank you sir for the awesome presentation!
Leah Jones
01:18:32
Thank you!
Ashley Collins
01:18:33
Thanks Greg! Enjoyed the presentation!
NicKolette Ferguson
01:18:39
Thank you Greg!!
Lauren Brown
01:18:40
Thank you.
Jennifer Keene
01:18:57
Thank you for sharing with us!
Victoria Hunter
01:19:04
Thankyou so much!
Kyndall Foster
01:19:06
Greg, your work was wonderfully whimsical! it was a pleasure to see it and have you explain each piece to us! Thank you for sharing!
Jordan Hibbert
01:19:10
Thank you GMan!
Jonathan Nielsen
01:19:29
Inspiring work! Thanks
Aliyah Trammell
01:19:57
Amazing work thank you!
Laurelai Barton
01:20:30
Thank you, Greg! Will a recording be posted online? I arrived a little late, and I would also like to share this with friends.
Jennifer Hall
01:21:04
I will post on the Appalachian Cultural Center's Facebook page! Follow us at Appalachian Cultural Center.
Laurelai Barton
01:21:19
Thank you, Jennifer!
Jennifer Hall
01:21:40
Laurelai… you can also email me at jhall@cn.edu for more info.
David Underwood
01:21:56
Many thanks!
Karen fairbank
01:23:09
Great lecture!
Heather Hartman Folks
01:23:53
Thank you so much!
Martie Gray
01:24:11
Enjoyed the session! You are extremely talented!