Camilla Cook, led a panel of artists featured at The Bruce Museum's exhibition "Downsized: Small-Scale Sculpture by Contemporary Artists," on November 11, 2018.
Camilla Cook interviews sculptor Susan Manspeizer about "Facets," her exhibition at The Hammond Museum in South Salem, 2015.
What has limbs like an elegant dancer while at the same time feel like putty in your hands? The Karbon® articulating faucet by Kohler does, or that's how Artist Susan Manspeizer sees it. Here, Manspeizer discusses the process and symbolism behind her graceful wooden sculpture that was inspired by the Karbon articulating kitchen faucet. (Aired on the show LXTV on NBC on Saturday, August 14 at 7:30pm, and all in all NYC taxi cabs)
Did you know that a toilet and the Greek Goddess Artemis both share something in common? It's pretty simple, they both represent timeless classics. But not just any toilet. According to artist Michael Manning, the Purist Hatbox toilet is an elegant object that inspired him to paint this beautiful column. (Aired on the show LXTV on NBC on Saturday, August 14 at 7:30pm, and all in all NYC taxi cabs.)
Kohler's Steward waterless urinal is a simple, beautiful, elegant object. But how is a urinal beautiful and elegant? Artist Jim Felice can explain. (Aired on the show LXTV on NBC on Saturday, August 21 at 7:30pm, and all in all NYC taxi cabs)
Creativity meets function at the exhibition, "The Art of Inspiration." Kohler Company's president, David Kohler, gives LXTV an exclusive look at the show's dazzling installations in New York City's Time Warner Center. We also meet the five featured artists, who reveal what sparked their unusual works. (Aired on the show LXTV on NBC on Saturday, August 14 at 7:30pm, and in all NYC taxi cabs.)