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Sheldon Eskin interviews New York Times Bestselling author Ron Hall, whose novel "Same Kind of Different as Me" has been adapted into a film starring Renee Zellweger and Greg Kinnear, due for release on October 20.
Ron is cohosting two art shows for his nonprofit foundation of the same name to benefit the homeless, on October 7 in Charlotte, NC and November 9 in Dallas, TX, both featuring the work of renowned Cuban-American painter Julio Larraz.
Sheldon Eskin interviews Franz Fox, an abstract expressionist Cuban-American artist who apprenticed with several master artists in Paris and Malaga, and created his own style of painting which he refers to as “Neoplasticisty” for the mixture and variability of elements, emphasizing impulse over premeditated composition. Franz Fox has a solo show of his paintings at Haley and Steele Gallery in Boston, MA during this September.
The Best Art! I Guarantee It!, 2017, mixed media: Cheetos, fake gold, acrylic on board, 59””x59”
Sheldon Eskin interviews Sol Hill, whose artistic practice is divided between working with contemporary digital imaging technology to create what he calls Metagraphs, a mixed media and by using art as a form of social activism through creating hard hitting social justice art installations with strong presence. His latest exploration, The Best Art Ever!, unapologetically lampoons Donald Trump and what Hill describes as his ‘Toxic Orange Agenda.’