Dean Mitchell – American West – Audio Tour

Dean Mitchell – American West – Audio Tour

Visit www.gadsdenarts.org for more information about the Gadsden Arts Center.

This exhibition is sponsored in part by the Tallahassee Magazine, Bell & Bates Home Center, Lifesong, FSU College of Medicine, and The Gadsden County Times.

Gadsden Arts Center is sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.

Eric Rhoads with Artist Dean Mitchell – PleinAir Podcast

Dean Mitchell podcast

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 11 – Eric Rhoads with Artist Dean Mitchell

In this week’s episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads sits down with the acclaimed painter Dean Mitchell, who revels for our listeners some keys to his success and talks about his tobacco roots in Quincy, Florida.

Dean also discusses his sources of inspiration and journey to becoming a successful artist. Among many other topics, a major motion picture may also be developing for Dean. All this and more is one click away.

Dean Mitchell, Artist, on Power and Presence

Clip from a documentary that is being developed about artist Dean Mitchell, known for his figurative works, landscapes and still lifes. In addition to watercolors, Mitchell is accomplished in egg tempura, oils, and pastels.

Dean Mitchell at the Canton Museum of Art

WESTERN RESERVE PUBLIC MEDIA SPECIALS

Dean Mitchell at the Canton Museum of Art

  • Aired: 12/19/2010
  • 26:30
  • Rating: NR
Western Reserve Public Media showcases the work of award-winning artist Dean Mitchell with a half-hour program spotlighting his current exhibition at the Canton Museum of Art. Dean Mitchell at the Canton Museum of Art explores Mitchell’s journey from poverty to acclaim as he tells the story of how his memories and heritage give life and dignity to his work.

52 for 150: What’s So Special About Dean Mitchell?

52 for 150: What’s So Special About Dean Mitchell?

It’s week six, and to kick off Black History Month we’re taking a closer look at artist, Dean Mitchell.

Every object has a story, and stories build history. To celebrate 150 years of Kansas statehood we’re featuring 52 objects (or collections of related objects)-something new every Monday throughout the year-from the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library’s 130-year-old special, and permanent collections, that represent our collective state history and cultural diversity. Your library’s commitment to collecting art and preserving local history makes it possible for users today and in the future to have immediate access to invaluable research material and cultural artifacts.