Jordan Mike Royce visits St. Pete for the first time. Co-Host of The Mancunian Candidates owner of Fab Radio International, Starburst Magazine & various pubs all based in Manchester UK.
Jordan Mike Royce aka Mike Royce & his family enjoyed a day & night filled with “People to see and places to go” during their visit. They started the day with a visit to Mayor Rick Kriseman at city Hall, visit to MFA and was given a tour. Duncan McClellan gallery, MGA studios, Art Exchange, The Hideaway and much more. In the following podcast of The Mancunian candidates, Paul Ripley who hosts the Mancunian Candidates show with Mike Royce asked Mike about his visit to St. Pete. Click on the player so you can listen to what he had to say. Don’t forget to click main player on the top of the site off
Chris Steinocher President of the St. Petersburg Fl, Chamber of Commerce was a guest on The Mancunian Candidates . Paul Ripley & Mike Royce are the Host of the show and had some very interesting questions. Very interesting perspectives. Chris conquers again! Click on the player on the header of the web site off and then click on the player to listen in:
We the Rhino’s are very proud of this show. It’s has been in the” long time making”. RhinoOnAir’s purpose has always been to be a voice “from the arts to the people”and attract great people to our area so they can enjoy all this city has to offer while enhancing the economic development. Today great minds met on the bridge created between Rhino On Air.com and Fab Radio International. Good things come to those who work and wait while working. Thank You Chris Steinocher for all you do for this city and your kindness towards small business.
Steven Kenny on Connect The Dots, with Ann Marie. This show is about people empowering people preferably through the arts. Listen to the podcast to get a closer perspective of Steven Kenny The Artist.
My paintings most often focus on the human figure paired with elements found in nature. These surreal, symbolic juxtapositions are intended to work on at least two levels. The first alludes to the fact that we are an integral part of the natural world and subject to its laws. This seems like an obvious statement until we step back and objectively assess our symbiotic relationship with each other and the Earth. Depending on your perspective, these relationships fall somewhere on the scale between harmonious and dysfunctional.
The second turns the lens around to look inward upon the stewardship of our own emotional, intellectual and psychological landscapes. The same pictorial subject matter allows me to make references to our individual journeys of self-exploration and discovery. Again, depending on who is holding the compass, we are either lost or on the right path.
At the very least, I desire to create images of beauty and mystery that allow the viewer to find their own personal significance in them.