Walton Ford is an American artist, painter and print-maker born in 1960. He is known for his large-scale watercolors inspired by 18th or 19th century naturalists like Barraband or Audubon. Hi artwork explores the relationships between humans and nature. He builds narratives out of old stories involving animals in history and subvert them in contemporary interpretations.
In this podcast episode, he explains how his childhood, different travels or withdrawn passions have made him the artist he is today.
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0:00 : Walton Ford intro
01:14 : Walton Ford childhood
03:30 : His brother influence
04:08 : From a passion to another
04:48 : Walton Ford's influences
05:19 : Walton Ford's style
07:20 : Natural history illustrations in a contemporary world
09:46 : Epilogue
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Produced and edited by Pierre de Montesquiou
Originally produced in 2015
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