Friday, February 18, 2011

Filming QA TV and a DVD for Interweave.

 sitching your drawing segment QA TV series 800
I spent Wednesday, Feb 16 in a TV studio in Cleveland, Ohio. That's me with Pokey Bolton, friend and host of QA TV (and she does a million other things, like Quilting Arts & Cloth Paper Scissors magazines.) I started at 8am in make up, and filmed 3 segments for Quilting Arts TV, Series 800. (You'll be able to start pre-ordering in July, and shipping starts around the 3rd week of July)
 sitching your drawing segment QA TV series 800
Pokey makes the segments relatively easy, as she asks great questions and is loads of fun.
 listening to the producer QA TV series 800 Machine Felting QA TV Series 800
That's me listening intently to the Producer. I did a needle-felting segment too. You can see Suzanne Morgan's Everthing Kit on the left, that's what I used to create my Venice pieces.
Jeannie Cook-Delpit & me  sitching your drawing segment QA TV series 800
Jeannie Cook-Delpit, Bernina's director of national events was in the green room to teach me to use the Bernina machine and the needle punch attachment for my segments.
epidsode 2 sitching your drawing the set
This is what the set looks like. That's Lindsey Murray on the right.
 image transfer QATV series 800
My work, spread out for one of the segments.
Machine Felting QA TV Series 800

Filming my own workshop DVD with Interweave
After filming the 3 TV segments, we started the filming of my hour long DVD around 3pm. Here I am. Ready!
Filming my own workshop DVD with Interweave
Pokey was a special guest in my DVD. I taught her to draw and paint!
Filming my own workshop DVD with Interweave
Here at I about 5pm, ready to start filming the final chapter of my DVD. You can tell I'm starting to tire. I don't know the title yet of the DVD, but it is based on my "Sketching & Watercolor: Journal Style" and will also show ways to use your original artwork in mixed media. I'll keep you  posted!

24 comments:

  1. Congratulations Jane! Very impressive to change time zones, and tape 3 segments and a DVD in one day. You must have broken some record! You rock!

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  2. Great Stuff, Jane. I have learned to appreciate every show Quilting Arts TV and Pokey do. Your segments always lead to inspiration. These pictures were interesting and gives us a new appreciation of what it takes to inspire others in their art. You are a rock star in my world! Thanks....

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  3. You look tired at the end, but I bet you did wonderfully.

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  4. Jane, I am SO looking forward to watching your episodes on QA. I follow your blog and FB pages and want to see you moving and grooving as you create.

    I am sure that your episodes will be awesome.

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  5. I can barely wait 'til this DVD comes out! Am looking forward to the series 800 also!

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  6. Looks like a fabulous day! exciting fun, intense and exhausting! The photos of the art for your segments look wonderful. Now you have a nice long weekend to recuperate :-)

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  7. honestly, Jane, your work is so amazing ... reading thru this post, I got all choked up. no, seriously. i have a stuffy nose and teary eyes. YOU ARE SO TALENTED, and SO GENEROUS with your artfulness. I can't wait for those episodes. and this sealed the deal - I now OFFICIALLY have "wet felting workshops with Jane" on my ARTFUL BUCKET LIST. (oh, and those "everything" kits - you oughta see my wish list!)
    :-) thank you, thank you for all the inspiration. xo - D.

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  8. How very exciting and congratulations. Sounds like an extremely long day but very fun!

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  9. Jane, although it was a long day and you were tired at the end, you accomplished so much! Filmed 3 shows and a DVD! Wonderful!

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  10. Egad! Long day! But I'm sure you finished in style!

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  11. I am thrilled that you've done a video for QA! I think I have everyone of their video downloads and will certainly add yours to the collection when it's available!!! Congratulations on recognition that's well deserved!!

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  12. Looks like you are having a wonderful time!
    Loads of creativity going on here :]

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  13. Apart from agreeing with everyone: you have the MOST AMAZING smile! xxx

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  14. Gayle - squetcher2/19/2011 6:31 AM

    I agree with all the nice comments above and especially with Adrienne. Can't wait to see the videos! Don't forget to keep us posted on their tv debut..

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  15. Bravo! Can't wait to see it:)

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  16. WOW - that was a LOOOONNNGGG day! I am looking forward to the dvd - it is already on my wish list. Good luck and good work!

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  17. WOW Jane! What a full day! Your projects look amazing, and although I'm relatively new to Quilting Arts TV, having purchased the 700 series (and watching them ALL back to back) I'm now collecting the other seasons...I'm also looking forward to your new DVD...yep...have those too...I live in the boonies...no art classes anywhere near me so I depend on being able to take classes online or watching videos...thanks for ALL you do! Hugs!

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  18. jane, So happy for your DVD how wonderful. can not wait for this to be out. Hope your catching up on rest.
    Have a wonderful day,
    Linda
    finally Ill beable to take one of your on line classes which one should I start with?

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  19. Chellie Buzzeo2/20/2011 4:40 PM

    WOW.This is great, Jane!

    I am looking forward to seeing you in Phoenix in August. I signed up for 2 of your classes!

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  20. Thank you Jane! Cannot wait to see the segment!

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  21. There are no words left!
    Congratulations on your life!!!

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  22. This is so great Jane! You are truly an inspiration to so many of us. I look and your sketches and your journals with admiration! You are one of my heroes! Where do you get all the energy? I would like to tap into that also! Keep up the good work!

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