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Roland Schneeweiss

(Bulgarian artist with German roots):

“Kukeri”

At reading this contribution, “Art Touches Art – 38”,

you will experience an art-meeting with a Bulgarian tradition!

You find the contribution if you select on HOME

“Art Touches Art” on the above.

Information about the complete previous contents of the category Art Touches Art” you find by selecting

“Art Touches Art” on HOME on the right on the outside.

 Renate Hugel 

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Carol Whitney: „Wichita’s Burning“

To this large-sized acryl picture on canvas (by Carol Whitney) I write in my contribution

“Art Touches Art – 37”.

You find the contribution if you select on HOME “Art Touches Art” on the above.

Information about the complete previous contents of the category Art Touches Art” you find by selecting

“Art Touches Art” on HOME on the right on the outside.

Renate Hugel 

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Tobias Robles Monroe (Comanche)

 – Native American Artist –

 In her second contribution

Juanita Pahdopony

introduces the

Native American Artist,

Tobias Robles Monroe (Comanche), –

on her page

„Oklahoma Art Updates – 2“.

Under „Art Touches Art – 36“

I have interpreted a work of art done by

Juanita Pahdopony

– together with a dedication.

                                                                  Renate Hugel

Picture details, above:

“Stompers in the Spring” (Tobias Robles Monroe)

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Willi Griephan: The “Hat Tree”

Today I want to point to this that I had written about the tree sculpture “Hat Tree” of Willi Griephan (from Bremen, Germany) in “Art Touches Art – 33”.

After the end of my interpretation is following a representation by Willi Griephan himself to his person, motivation and design-intention what had led to the “Hat Tree”:

To be found under “Art Touches Art”

 To the photo indicated above:

This is a cut photo of the “Hat Tree” of 2001, taken by me

Renate Hugel 

For the Memory:

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“Oklahoma Art Updates – 1”

Jayden NiCole Hatfield:

 – Native American Artist –

Photo above: Illustration of the work of art Cheyenne Girl” by Jayden NiCole Hatfield

Under “Oklahoma Art Updates – 1”,

Juanita Pahdopony has published  her first article with the following title:

Jayden NiCole Hatfield:  “A Mover and Shaker”

Into this she introduces the interesting artist

Jayden NiCole Hatfield –Together with quite a number of picture examples.

To be found under “Oklahoma Art Updates”

Renate Hugel 

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Ronald Anderson: „The Car Sculpture“   – Artist American Natives (Oklahoma, USA) 

In “Art Touches Art – 34” I write about the „Car Sculpture“ of Ronald Anderson which is standing as a testimony of the coincidence of presence and past and about the caused effects to the identity-finding of American natives.

 To be found under „Art Touches Art“

Renate Hugel 

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Heinz Hugel

 Artist from Bremen (Germany)

In “Art Touches Art – 32” I write about a large-sized work of art of Heinz Hugel, whom the artist had given the title www.communication. It had arisen in Gracemont, Oklahoma, in the year 2001.

OR: What do old ceiling- paneling have to do with communication?

To be found under „Art Touches Art“ – – – Renate Hugel

To your Information:

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“Oklahoma Art Updates – 1”

 Jayden NiCole Hatfield:

– “Self-Taught“ Native American Artist –

Photo above: Illustration of the work of art Cheyenne Girl” by Jayden NiCole Hatfield

Juanita Pahdopony has published under “Oklahoma Art Updates – 1” her first article with the following title:  Jayden NiCole Hatfield:  “A Mover and Shaker”

Into this she introduces the interesting artist Jayden NiCole Hatfield – together with quite a number of picture examples.

To be found under “Oklahoma Art Updates”

Renate Hugel

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 For your Information:

 As I, Renate Hugel (from Bremen, Germany), had already mentioned, I have completed part1 („The Symposium“). I am preparing the start of part 2 („The Return-Visit“) at present.

See under „Art Touches Art by Renate Hugel“

Furthermore I would like to inform you that Juanita Pahdopony (from Oklahoma, USA) as a co-author wants to inform about current art in Oklahoma. She will edit her contributions under

„Oklahoma Art Updates by Juanita Pahdopony“.

 Below she introduces herself personally.

 Renate Hugel

Juanita Pahdopony: Current Art in Oklahoma

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Juanita Pahdopony

Hello, my name is Juanita Pahdopony, and I am a life-long Comanche artist. My first memory involves looking at a famous German print of two young children crossing a rickety bridge under the protection of a beautiful angel. Surely, it was a grand beginning for things to come.

In 1990, I graduated with a M.Ed. in gifted and talented education with an emphasis on American Indian/Alaskan Native populations and my minor was Art Therapy. Later in my life, I was a faculty, then the Dean of Academic Affairs, and after my retirement, I served as an ‘interim’ President of Comanche Nation College.

Today, I’m once again retired and devote my time to others’ art, my art, and writing. H. Renate Hugel, her husband Heinz and I have been friends for decades and each of us have a love of art and sharing it. I hope you enjoy the art we select for your enjoyment.  Juanita Pahdopony