Episode 56

May 02, 2019

01:18:51

TMP #56 Gina Phillips In Stitches

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Manny Chevrolet René Coman
TMP #56 Gina Phillips In Stitches
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Show Notes

The great mixed media artist uses paint, fabric, and a room-sized quilting machine to create large scale works of stunning colors and textures. Tonight she cuts up in the Safe House while the Troubled Men come apart at the seams. Topics include a new old shirt, one good street, municipal overreaction, a long introduction, Fats Domino, Kentucky roots, a family band, a junkyard playground, DNA tests, art training, a road trip, Hyperphlyy w/the Iguanas, teaching, a new palette, a rental car mistake, the Southern aesthetic and tragicomedy, horses, a bad pour, a squirt gun attack, beards, a Harvard goat roast, workflow, the Praline Man, Mr. Okra, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, Jeopardy, an anniversary, and much more. Subscribe, review, and rate on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, etc. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Music:Styler/Coman

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