“The filmmaker shows the way artists think and work to overcome obstacles and get past their struggles. Artists work their way through things…It verifies what art students are doing,”
– Stephanie DeManuelle, Chair of Fine Arts
On Monday November 14, a film screening of “The Art of Stephanie DeManuelle,” was held in a lecture room packed with students and faculty. The film shows DeManuelle in her studios in New York and the Adirondacks. It includes interviews with gallerists and another artist.
“I am thrilled with the discussion the film inspired,” says DeManuelle. “I knew that the filmmaker, Robert DiMaio, had an idea of what artists do. He has made 60 of these films. He envisions using films about artists to show in schools. The filmmaker shows the way artists think and work to overcome obstacles and get past their struggles. It’s an excellent model for school kids.”
- “”Untitled,” by Stephanie DeManuelle
The approximately 10 minute film can be seen by clicking on the embedded link: “The Art of Stephanie DeManuelle.”
Art work used with permission.