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Dec 18, 2014

Join Antrese for this fascinating interview with artist Henry Isaacs. Henry talks extensively about color, and his methods. Henry’s landscapes are an exploration of color in which he plays with perspective, and constructs his own world from what he sees around him.

He learned to twist horizon lines and think differently from a close friendship with a couple who survived Hiroshima. He pulls ideas and influence from sources outside of the western norm like the Kopanang Trust. A Cooperative of Women Artist/Embroiderers , near Johannesburg, S.A- who work in colorful threads and fabric, or traditional Rwandan art, which he immersed himself in on an extended trip there. But his biggest influence is the exuberant Ashley Bryan a fellow artist and neighbor.