Episode 61: Reclaiming Weaving, Dyeing, and Wood Carving with Stephen Hamilton

by Sarah Resnick

This week on the podcast, Sarah is talking to Stephen Hamilton, an artist and arts educator living and working in Boston. Stephen’s work incorporates both Western and African techniques, blending figurative painting and drawing with resist dyeing, weaving, and woodcarving. Comment below to keep the conversation going! 

Stephen Hamilton
Stephen Hamilton
Stephen Hamilton
Stephen Hamilton
Stephen Hamilton
Stephen Hamilton

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The music for this podcast  is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International LicenseThe musical section is an excerpt of the original: The Beauty of Maths by Meydän.



3 Responses

Emma
Emma

July 22, 2019

We are so glad you enjoyed the episode! Thank you for listening. 💚

darlene lander
darlene lander

July 21, 2019

This episode was great. Such enthusiasm! I learned alot. Stephen’s work is simply amazing,

Melinda Paul
Melinda Paul

July 02, 2019

This work is amazing!

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