ARTISODES on WUCF TV features delicious chocolate art
This week on WUCF TV’s Artisodes, see how chocolate turns into art with award-winning Artisan Chocolatier, David Ramirez of Orlando. His creations can be seen, and eaten, in stores around the world. Get up close as Ramirez creates his delicious art from start to finish.
“The inspiration for my art is life. It’s recreating things that I see. I wouldn’t call myself an artist, I’m just really creative,” said Ramirez. “I spend more time thinking about the flavor than the color. So it’s really impressive to me when people say, ‘Oh they look so beautiful, they look like little jewelry. I don’t want to eat them.’ For me it’s just part of the process.”
You’ll also meet Pamela Glose, a Central Florida artist who is constantly inspired by the bright colors she finds in the nature around her. She paints elaborate and colorful figures, all on silk, and helps teach others her methods through e-books and YouTube videos.
WUCF’s Artisodes airs each Thursday on WUCF TV at 8 p.m.
About WUCF Artisodes
WUCF TV’s Artisodes is a collaborative effort of a group of innovative large market PBS stations to launch the “Major Market Group Arts Initiative.” This collaboration allows PBS stations like WUCF to share their local arts and culture features with one another. The weekly series features a myriad of performing and visual arts and cultural experiences both locally and nationally, allowing Central Florida’s arts and culture institutions to get their stories out to a national audience.
About WUCF TV
WUCF TV is the sole-service PBS member station whose mission is to educate, inform and entertain by providing universally accessible, high quality and unbiased public media content that inspires all people to broaden their horizons and be life-long learners.
The station serves nearly 4 million Central Floridians across nine counties. Licensed to the University of Central Florida, WUCF TV provides four program services, including channel 24.1, WUCF TV’s main PBS programming channel; WUCF Create 24.2; WUCF World 24.3; and Spanish-language WUCF Vme 24.4. Learn more at http://wucftv.org.