The Troubadour Podcast

Enjoying Sculptures with Dianne Durante

April 06, 2020 Kirk j Barbera
The Troubadour Podcast
Enjoying Sculptures with Dianne Durante
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The Troubadour Podcast
Enjoying Sculptures with Dianne Durante
Apr 06, 2020
Kirk j Barbera

Traveling is a big value for people today. It's one of the great benefits of being alive today. It is so easy and affordable to see the whole world. Often, we can travel places and see only the usual suspects. In this discussion I explore Dianne Durante's latest book "Getting More Enjoyment from Sculpture You love," and we discuss Dianne's work as being part of "travelogues."

Travelogues don't have to be boring lectures. They can be exhilarating and exciting new ways of seeing the world. Don't just go to NYC and see the same monuments you are "supposed to see." Try, instead, an art tour. Best of all, you can do this at your own pace and in your own way.

On this show Dianne and I discuss several sculptures, so you can see how simple her method is and how it helps anyone from any background enjoy art more deeply.

We also discuss a little bit of poetry and some ways to work with your children in seeing new art.

Special thank you to Quent Cordair Fine Art for the image of one of the sculptures they represent.

*To see all the art we discuss as well as links to many great resources please visit troubadourmag.com

Show Notes

Traveling is a big value for people today. It's one of the great benefits of being alive today. It is so easy and affordable to see the whole world. Often, we can travel places and see only the usual suspects. In this discussion I explore Dianne Durante's latest book "Getting More Enjoyment from Sculpture You love," and we discuss Dianne's work as being part of "travelogues."

Travelogues don't have to be boring lectures. They can be exhilarating and exciting new ways of seeing the world. Don't just go to NYC and see the same monuments you are "supposed to see." Try, instead, an art tour. Best of all, you can do this at your own pace and in your own way.

On this show Dianne and I discuss several sculptures, so you can see how simple her method is and how it helps anyone from any background enjoy art more deeply.

We also discuss a little bit of poetry and some ways to work with your children in seeing new art.

Special thank you to Quent Cordair Fine Art for the image of one of the sculptures they represent.

*To see all the art we discuss as well as links to many great resources please visit troubadourmag.com