6 Episodes finished ready to air we need 7 more episodes to complete a season of 13 episodes for PBS, in turn, PBS are waiting for us to complete.
"Art 2 Art" is a unique instructional painting program. Two instructors, with a fun chemistry between the two personalities, two view points painting the same image. Twice the information, twice the fun.
Guy Magallanes and I have been working very hard on an exciting new project. "Art 2 Art" is a high energy instructional watercolor television program scheduled to be aired on PBS channel KCSM next year. Every episode features two lessons, two styles, while painting the same subject. Guy paints light to dark, one color at a time. I paint dark to light, mixing my colors. It is an extremely informative and entertaining half hour program. Guy and I have already self-produced six episodes. In order for KCSM to air our program, we need a total of 13 episodes. Producing a high quality television show is expensive. We are very close to meeting our goal, however we need a little help.
“Art 2 Art” is a television program for painters of all levels and art enthusiasts. Even the non-painter will find "Art 2 Art" an entertaining program to watch.
We are scheduled to shoot the final 7 episodes, for the month of November and December.
We would love the support of the Backers, we need $4250. for the production cost to finish filming the last 7 episodes.
Production costs are for our director, camera crew, editor, and rental of some extra equipment. "Art 2 Art" is filmed in Joyce and Guy's studio, which saves us cost on renting a TV studio. Taking a day to set-up, it an amazing transformation, from the crew of Matt Chapman Films.
Co-Hosts Joyce Faulknor author of "Stunning Crystal Glass" and Guy Magallanes co-author of "Watercolor Secrets" both instructional books published by North Light Books. Joyce and Guy are seasoned painters as well as instructors. "Art 2 Art" has been aired on public access television, as well as winning an award for "Best Instructional Program".
After watching all the dry how-to programs, we knew we had so much more to offer to the viewers. Let’s make painting fun and entertaining keeping our audience entertained, informed, as well as encouraging the viewers at home anyone can paint. Help us make our goal, and revitalize instructional programming on PBS.
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