For a long time, we have been enthusiasts of, and adopted the muralist, painter, images, illustrator and filmmaker Pat Perry. What began as a fascination with his On the Street model journal drawings, documented a bohemian existence on the go close to North America has now turned to an international check out of setting up communities as a result of artwork in areas far and extensive, like wherever this episode was recorded, in Ferizaj, Kosovo for Mural Fest Kosovo.
The Detroit-primarily based artist is one of America’s leading muralists, but when you dig further, his paintings are like modern Andrew Wyeth scenes of rural everyday living and tender times that normally go neglected. In this episode of Radio Juxtapoz, Doug Gillen speaks with Pat Perry as he completed his mural in Ferizaj and we hear about how the artist tried using to embed himself in which he paints, the bringing jointly of all his resourceful passions and taking of the lifestyle jacket of his vocation and leaping into the deep finish of art.
Pat was a collaborating artist for the On/Offline version of Mural Fest Kosovo.