July 1, 2013 by Scheurkogel
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I hope you liked our previous episode on illustration (See Episode 4 with Renee Nault) because this month we dig that freshly buried horse right back up and beat it until flies come out.
Our guest this month is the mildly sinister Laura Bifano, who took better use of our “explicit” rating than any of our previous guests – even the chefs, which I find quite surprising. It also appears that Taylor and I have met Laura before, but none of us remembered it until part-way through the interview when we discovered a previously unrealized link between our lives. Fateful!
Laura bobs between Victoria and Vancouver as she pursues her work as a freelance illustrator, and routinely provides work for magazines, studios, and art shows across North America. Her portfolio can be found at http://www.laurabifano.com/
The contest Laura subjected to us in this episode had a rather psychological slant to it and once again forced us to contend with an unfamiliar medium.
I won’t spoil the episode any further, but I will say that the contest had a great deal to do with this oddity that Laura painted for a 2012 art show at the AGGV.
As always, we will post our competition pieces below, but do yourself a favour and listen to the episode before you look at them!
(Turns out that a picture drawn in pastel is still called a painting. Huh.)
This episode’s soundtrack includes the following tracks by OLAV:
(Encounters at the Edge of the Multiverse Ambiance)