Mandy Maxwell

Paragould’s Art & Stroll 2013

Join us and our featured artist Mandy Maxwell tonight at Paragould’s Annual Art & Stroll.

This is a fun event in downtown Paragould where local businesses partner with artists to showcase their work.

Stop by the new offices of YWP and check out Mandy’s fantastic artwork, including original pieces used in the film. You’ll be able to buy prints and original animation artwork.

Enjoy art, live music, food and tons of activities for kids all happening tonight.

 
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Paragould’s Art & Stroll

45RPM’s own Mandy Maxwell will have her artwork on display this Thursday night in front of Sanctuary Yoga as part of Paragould’s annual Art & Stroll.

Come check it out! Art, shopping, and live music at this FREE event. May 3rd 5-8:30pm

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Sneak Peek at the Ozark Foothills Film Festival

On March 30th at 6pm we’ll be screening a sneak peek of 45 RPM as part of the Indie Film Initiative Works-In-Progress Program at this year’s Ozark Foothills Film Festival.

There will be a short Q&A with writer/director Juli Jackson.

Artwork created for the film by artist Mandy Maxwell will be on display, with an opening reception March 9th.

Come see what we have been up to!

Please make your way out to Batesville, Arkansas for the best small town film festival you’ll ever attend: March 28th – April 1st 2012.

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Mandy Maxwell – Featured Artist

Mandy Maxwell working on various paintings for the upcoming feature film 45 RPM.

Mandy is a visual artist located in Paragould, Arkansas. You can see more of her work at mandyatlarge.com

The song “Man With The Old Brown Sack” is from the upcoming album Poor Man’s Lament by Arkansas native Youell Swinney
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Production Day at Headquarters

On Saturday my production space was a-buzz with activity.  With some fantastic help from Kandi Cook & Mandy Maxwell, I managed to shoot a lot of great content including animation, still photos, driving shots, and other timelapse footage for 45 RPM’s upcoming fund-raising video.  I decided to setup a webcam timelapse in the main room to document some of our efforts.  This video is about 9 hours of our day compressed into 6 minutes.

The songs “Black Forest” and “Lil Jimmy Swing” were graciously provided by the Fayetteville-based band, Voyageurs, off of their album Alien Iverson. Find more of their music here.

Thank you to everyone involved. It was a very productive day!