JAMES RAUCHMAN, Award winning Artist/Filmmaker - interviewed by Klaus Pichler, Host of ART TALKS, has produced a colossal series of paintings and films. Jamie's paintings are in the private collections of the Federal Reserve Bank, Bristol-Myers-Squibb, Barnard College, and numerous private collections. Jamie's documentary films, "THE TOMATOES OF DISCORD", and "FLOWERS FOR SAN LAZARO", have appeared in a number of Festivals, including the Woodstock Film Festival, and Cine de las Americas; and "Flowers" won the Best Short Documentary Award at THE TALLAHASSEE FILM FESTIVAL in 2009. Jamie's paintings about life in Havana were shown in the 2006 Havana Bienal, and some of them are currently on view at Chazou Gallery in Kamloops , BC, until Nov 15, 2015. Besides his photorealistic paintings of Cuban life , based on his personal experiences, Jamie's subjects have ranged from New York City Parkscapes to biomorphic abstraction to semi surrealistic self portraiture in oil and watercolor. We are sure you will enjoy viewing Jamie's paintings and film in this fascinating interview. Please visit Jamie's website at jamesrauchman.net. Contact Jamie at: firstname.lastname@example.org.