Posts Tagged ‘jerry siegel’


Patrick Mayton

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Full Screen Press by Brett Levine     Photo by Jerry Siegel I’ve always had a conflict about whether what I do is or isn’t art,” muses graphic designer and printmaker Patrick Mayton.  Best known for his ongoing works for bands, several of his posters were recently featured in the UAB Visual Art Gallery’s retrospective of promotional… Read More

Keystrokes

Sunday, July 1st, 2012

Christophe Jackson by Brett Levine   Photo by Jerry Siegel “I grew up in a family that was part Irish and part African-American,” Christophe Jackson says, laughing, “so I always understood that country and bluegrass music were as influential to my thinking as the blues or jazz.”  Jackson, a classically trained pianist, holds Bachelor’s degrees in… Read More

Facing South

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

A new book captures images of some of the South’s finest artists as seen through the camera lens of photographer Jerry Siegel. Photographer Jerry Siegel remembers spending a rainy Sunday morning with the artist Enrique Alferez in his studio, a converted old church in New Orleans. “He talked about riding with Pancho Villa in the… Read More