Colour in Your Life featured artist Graeme Stevenson appeared on Colour In Your Life Season Twenty One (21).
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Born June 29th, 1958 in New South Wales, Australia, Graeme Stevenson began painting and studying animals and even at a young age had a tremendous fascination with the world around him. Graeme’s thirst for knowledge and adventure has driven his passions all his life. He has a firm belief that we are not outside the evolutionary process, and this belief comes from a solid practical foundation of studying, drawing, sketching and painting, and living amongst wildlife and in nature on several different continents throughout his adult life.
Graeme Stevenson has had many one and two man shows in galleries throughout the world and his work has been sought after by many companies such as: The Bradford Exchange, The Hamilton Collection, The Franklin Mint, Impulse Wear, Portal Publication, Plymouth Publications, Leannin Tree Inc., Folio Editions, Imprimatur Publishers, Studio 02, T. F. H. Publications, FX Schmidt Warren Inc., Ravensburger Sunsout Inc., Collector’s Fine Art, Bits and Pieces, Fortune Art Inc, Artvisions, Fineart wholesalers, Wholesalers U.S.A, Second Nature Platonium, Mystic stitch, Grant Sterling, Attic Japan and M.B.I UK.
Graeme Stevenson is probably best known for creating the award-winning TV show, “Colour in Your Life,” which chronicles the techniques and personalities of artists from around the globe to promote creativity and a love of art. The show premiered in 2010, and as of 2020, it is in its 21st season.
On Australia Day 2017, held January 26, Graeme Stevenson received the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) “for service to the visual arts.” The award is one of the highest honours an Australian citizen can receive.
Graeme donates his time and talents. In 2003, he raised funds for aids, multiple sclerosis research and children’s cancer research in the U.S. for the Ripple Effect Project. Three of the works were collected by former President Bill Clinton. He also established a charitable foundation, “Paint Your Life,” in 2013, which uses art to brighten the lives of the disadvantaged or physically impaired.
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This mixed media and acrylic resin episode was sponsored by the good folk at About Health NZ:
“Art is supposed to be the greatest social commentary in the world – it’s a confrontation – it’s about saying who we are, when we are, and why we are” – Graeme Stevenson
You can contact Graeme Stevenson about his art tips or art techniques directly via his website at graemestevensonart.com
Or, of course you can contact him directly via Colour In Your Life here.
Original Air Date: 6th March 2020