Narragansett, RI, May 08, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Internationally recognized artist and sculptor, Anne Mimi Sammis presents a new art series on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) that inspires artists of all ages and skill levels to "grab a paint brush and create!" From painting techniques to art appreciation, to conversations with other artists, each episode draws viewers into the richly rewarding creative process. Join Mimi as she shares her love of art.
"Love to Paint with Mimi" is a 13 episode art series, available in HD and SD beginning May 10th, 2009. The series offer viewers a wonderful opportunity to watch Mimi paint sunrises, seascapes, as well as a scene inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Viewers will enjoy meeting guest artists David Macaulay, Kerstin Zettmar, Rebekah Cook and many more.
To view the opening sequence of the television series "Love to Paint with Mimi” visit this link on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAo2LKEfB5A
For more information about this PBS series visit: http://www.mimisammis.com
If you would like to see "Love to Paint with Mimi" on your local PBS station, please Google "PBS", along with your respective city or state. Then, go to the contact page of your local PBS station and send an e-mail requesting that the series airs.
For PBS Affiliates
"Love to Paint with Mimi" is a 13 episode art series, available in HD and SD. The episodes will be available to be picked up through satellite feed from NETA (National Educational Telecommunications Association).
100 SERIES, 13/30
SD feed: Sundays, beginning May 10th, 2009 @ 1130-1200ET/SD 07 (SD)
HD feed: Thursdays, beginning May 14th, 2009 @ 1330-1400ET/HD 03 (HD)
About Anne Mimi Sammis
Anne Mimi Sammis is a renowned artist and sculptor whose works are represented in more than 300 public and private collections world wide. Her sculptures range in size from 1-22 feet and incorporate fountains and moveable figures. Sammis currently lives and works in Narragansett, Rhode Island and San Miguel De Allende, Mexico.
Mimi started her artistic career in the medium of watercolors. From landscape painting, she expanded her artistic vision to creating bronze sculptures that focus on the spiritual made manifest.
Sammis supports the global work for peace with her artwork entitled One Thousand Years of Peace, an exhibition of 30 bronze sculptures. This body of work was exhibited at the United Nations. Ms. Sammis has received a commission from the Archbishop of Canterbury to honor Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee.