Thursday’s ‘DUI Joe Show’ will feature an Interview with Artist Camille Patha
The next episode of ‘The DUI Joe Show‘ (aka Joe Breidenbach) will feature an interview with nationally-recognized Artist Camille Patha, called “a pioneer Pacific Northwest Surrealist artist who is reconceived as a proto-feminist and modernist painter,” beginning at 12:15 a.m. this Thursday, March 29 on SoKing Internet Radio, then repeated every four hours.
According to a bio on her website:
Born in Seattle in 1938, Camille Patha creates an art of illusion, personal evolution, social commitment and material exploration that ranges from hallucinatory landscapes, sexual symbolism, ecological tableaux and, in her most recent work, gestural responses to the environment that celebrate the pure materiality of paint.
Working continuously since her 1965 graduation from the University of Washington Graduate School of Art, Patha has exhibited widely in galleries and museums, often challenging existing orthodoxies of style and content with her deeply personal vision. Too young to be an Abstract Expressionist, she later adapted her own brushwork to an array of dynamic, colorful canvases; too young to be a Surrealist, she developed out of an American variant, West Coast Surrealism, that became the vehicle for her concerns with suburban sprawl, endangered species and, overlooked until recently, sexual imagery that Kangas calls “proto-feminist.”
The fast-paced (under 10 minutes), fun and lively talk show will air at the following times Thursday, March 29:
- 12:15 a.m.
- 4:15 a.m.
- 8:15 a.m.
- 12:15 p.m.
- 4:15 p.m.
- 8:15 p.m.
And don’t worry, it’s a short program – under 10 minutes – so you can listen to it while you’re at work, at home, in your advanced wi-fi connected Delorean or wherever you can connect to www.sokinginternetradio.com!
To learn more about DUI Joe’s “day job,” visit his website: www.duijoe.com.