Art Talk

Art Talk is an online video gallery of interviews with artists showcased in the Doyle Collection located on the 3rd and 4th floors of Doyle Library. Over 100 videos convey the experiences, inspirations and techniques of the artists.

Click on each artwork below to see the full set of videos. If you are visiting Doyle Library, scan the QR code next to each artwork to watch the videos on your mobile phone. Art Talk Map.

Funded by a grant from the SRJC Foundation-Randolph Newman Cultural Enrichment Endowment, 2013. All videos are captioned and can be translated into different languages. Learn more...

 

Fourth Floor

Big City

Big City

Kathleen Youngquist
 
Red Shoes

Red Shoes

Kathleen Youngquist
 
Street Art Altar

Street Art Altar

Donna Larsen
 
Untitled

Untitled

Will Collier
 
Street in Fresno

Street in Fresno

Stephanie Sanchez
 
Dissolve Three Tree Hill Connell

Dissolve Three Tree Hill

Marsha Connell
 
Ancestral Sun Dancer Cochise

Ancestral Sun Dancer

Jürgen Werner Kremer
 
Salmon Barn

Salmon Barn

Marsha Connell
 
David Hockney Georgia OKeefe Alexander Liberman

David Hockney...

Ross Grossman
 
Clevis

Clevis

Holly Downing
 
Dusk at Duncan's Landing

Dusk at Duncan's Landing

Marsha Connell
 
Ripple III

Ripple III

Connie Goldman
 
Ripple V

Ripple V

Connie Goldman
 

Third Floor

Upside/Downside

Upside/Downside

Alan Azhderian
 
Crossing

Crossing

Alan Azhderian
 
Prayer Beads

Prayer Beads

Donna Larsen
 
Toledo

Toledo

Maurice Lapp
 
Poplars Reflection

Poplars Reflection

Corrine Haverinen
 
Helen Putnam Tree

Helen Putnam Tree

Caitlin Downing
 
Forestville, Utensils

Forestville, Utensils

John Sappington
 
Green Dusk

Green Dusk

Paul Beattie
 
Colliding Galaxies

Colliding Galaxies #63

Paul Beattie
 
Spices

Spices

Sami Lange
 

Stairwell

Corpus II

Corpus II

Mary Black
 
Headgames

Headgames

Lisa Beerntsen
 
European Imports

European Imports

Stephen Hopkins
 
The Travelers 1951

The Travelers 1951

Maurice Lapp
 
Lakeville Highway

Lakeville Highway

Michael Loffredo