Journeys of an Artist
WPBS-TV has produced a weekly 13 half-hour episode, TV show titled "Journeys of an Artist" which has been released nationally to the PBS member stations. Viewers are invited to join in each week as travels will take you weekly to a guest artist on his or her journeys in art. Viewers will be able to learn about different places and cultures around the world.
These experiences will be from a perspective never before seen on a weekly TV program. The goal of WPBS is to educate the viewer to look at the world in a new and exciting way, through color, form and composition. Artists tend to see the world just a little bit differently. Artists look at how light hits an object, the way the wind plays on grasses in a field, or the way a cloud forms with the approaching rain. By traveling the world, the viewer will learn to see the world "through the eyes of an artist."
PBS television`s mission and that of "Journeys of an Artist" TV show is to educate, entertain, and inform, in order to enhance the lives of those we serve. Join John Banovich as he journey's to the Serengetti in East Africa - home to one of the greatest wildlife concentrations in the world.
John & WPBS Producer, Gerry Coleman; Sabora Plains; Serengetti
Flying over Wildebeest Migration Route;Western Corridor of the Serengetti
Banovich painting Sabora Plains sunrise
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