Artists Mark Schultz, David Blondell, Judy Carducci and Jeff Suntula

Artists often find inspiration in the oddest places! We introduce you to four image-makers who each have a unique take on what motivates them to create art.

ARTIST MARK SCHULTZ got animated about dinosaurs, and now collaborates with a scientist to illustrate the King of Beasts.  

ARTIST DAVID BLONDELL combines two passions using his artistic skills to recreate some of sports’ most memorable moments.

ARTIST JUDY CARDUCCI: How a person carries themselves says a lot about them…ARE THEY BORED, confident, comfortable or tense?!  Those non-verbal cues, expressed through a person’s body language are  something artist Judy Carducci has spent a life-time observing,  in her quest to create the perfect portrait.

ARTIST JEFF SUNTULA: Computers!  They’ve become an indispensable part of our daily lives, reaching into every aspect of society including art and design.  For one local artist who jumped on the digital bandwagon early, the new technology was a rush, helping to jump start his career.  Until one day, it all crashed.

Guests: 

Mark Schultz, Illustrator

Dr. Michael Ryan, Cleveland Museum of Natural History

David Blondell, Sports Artist

Jeff Suntala, Artist

Bob Moyer, Artist

Jeff Suntala, Artist

Bob Moyer, Artist

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