Put Some Colour In Your Life
Building a library of the minds of artists to preserve a digital record of creative spirit, culture and techniques for future generations.
Put Some Colour In Your Life, or Colour In Your Life, is a television series created by Master Artist and CEO Graeme Stevenson. It began in the small town of Murwillumbah, just south of the NSW/QLD border in Australia, and from this incredibly artistic region has spread out to encompass the arts and artists of Australia, and the world.
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Take your art business to the next level and reach millions of viewers from around the world. Increase your online presence and create something to share with the next generation.
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Take advantage of our extensive global reach. Place your product or brand in front of 100's of millions of art enthusiasts in our syndicated TV show . Artists are constantly looking for sponsors. Check out our sponsor success stories.Stay well. Thanks for helping spread joy and creativity throughout the world.
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Discover Colour in Your Life: Learn about having a documentary filmed by Colour in Your Life – Public Zoom call March 17, 2021
Join us on this discovery call with Graeme Stevenson – Founder and host of CIYL, Natascha Wernick – CIYL Business Manager, and artists from around the world, to learn more about being on the Colour in Your Life TV show. We film 24-minute art documentaries that air on TV stations in over 50 countries and…
Richard is an Illinois native, who by the age of eight knew he wanted to be an artist. He graduated from the American Academy of Art in Chicago in 1983 which began his successful commercial art career. Richard paints primarily in oils on linen canvas. His work is mostly figurative and loves capturing the human…
Howard Park attended the Masters of Fine Arts program at Tufts University and studies at the School of The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA and continued his studies in France at L’Ecole d’Art Decoratif de Nice, where he won a National prize in photography. After a stint in the Merchant Marine, Howard…