May 8th, 2013 14:13 EST
Judyth Piazza interviews Award Winning Artist Guadulesa
Radio talk show host and journalist, Judyth Piazza chats with Award Winning Artist Guadulesa on The American Perpective Radio Program.
Guadalesa, the visual artist is a Boston-native and former resident of the Piano Factory. After studying, she began her art career in Los Angeles, California, where she began to exhibit her work and painted sets for the theatre, television and film industry. Exhibitions at Ligoa Duncan Gallery in New York City led to her work being sent to Paris in 1981, where she won Le Prix de Peinture du Centenaire de Raymond Duncan at L`Academie des Duncan.
The academy was established by the husband of the artist- Raymond, and his sister, the famous dancer; Isadora Duncan. Guadulesa`s work is included in the Massachusetts collections of the Black Indian Inn, the Harriet Tubman Gallery and Cambridge Lawyers Guild. Works may be found in private collections throughout the United States, including Puerto Rico and St. Croix, as well as Israel and Spain.
During the interview Judyth asked Guadalesa, "If you could change one thing about the art industry, what would it be?"
"I think the art industry is changing on its own and today it is very important for artists to be up to date with their technology. A lot of galleries are now asking for artists to have websites." The art industry needs to be nuturing to young artists and the older artists need time to get their act together. We are all scrambling to keep up," said Guadalesa.
For more information on Guadulesa, visit her website www.guadulesa.biz. For commission works or purchases of existing inventory, contact the studio of the artist at the e-mail as follows: email@example.com.
For inquiries contact: Starpower Management LLC, Tel: 310-226-7176