Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Arts: Art & Artists

Artists of Vision Series

This unique series introduces viewers to a number of the most collected contemporary artists in the world, admired not only for their artistic genius, but also for their ability to express their vision for the 21st century through works of art that reflect a deep respect for their heritage and an innate appreciation Click for more

Edna Hibel 2: A Personal Portrait

Hibel 2, Edna: A Personal Portrait

"Recommended. This documentary is well done. Viewers see how Edna Hibel's life experiences and travels shaped her art and artistry. Examples of her work are beautifully photographed and showcased. The program highlights pivotal events in an extraordinary, inspiring life. Video technique and effects are outstanding, editing was judicious and effective resulting in a film suitable for adults of all ages." -EMRO Review
Edna Hibel is one of America's most endearing and enduring artists; her unique style of artistry is instantly recognizable and loved by millions worldwide. Her commitment to the world of art, along with her lifelong message of beauty, love and compassion, has not gone unrecognized. She received the prestigious Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts, given every 3 years by the World Cultural Council; also she was the unanimous choice to create a work of art to commemorate the White House's 200th birthday. Sami Plotkin, Edna's granddaughter, presents this personal perspective of Edna as only a close member of the family could, offering candid interviews with the artist and memorable reflections by family and friends. In this context we see how Edna's life experiences influenced her art and artistry, and discover that beyond her personal success has been a continued effort to reach out to charitable causes to help promote the universal message of peace and love. Produced by Chip Taylor. 2007 JSCA 30 min.
Also See: Edna Hibel 1: With Love, Edna Hibel; Edna Hibel 3: Hibel's Russian Palette


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