Stations, a work in progress… Written by Alfred Eaker and Wendy Collin Sorin. Additional poetry by John M. Bennett. Directed by Alfred Eaker and J. Ross Eaker Art director: Todd M. Coe Additional art direction: J. Ross Eaker, Alfred Eaker … Continue reading “Stations”
Alfred Eaker and J Ross Eaker of Eaker Productions have produced and directed a documentary about Raymond Thunder-Sky. The film, now making the rounds with film festival review boards, documents Raymond’s life and influence through interviews with Cincinnati artists, co-workers, construction workers, and fans who knew him. Continue reading “Thunder-sky” documentary
VISION: Raymond Thunder-Sky was a gifted artist whose life and art are examples of unique creativity, ingenuity, and dedication. We believe his spirit and legacy enriches the lives of everyone it touched and continues to touch. As well, his stature as both a cultural and artistic figure offers a valuable opportunity to learn about, and to champion, other unconventional and overlooked artists from across the region. Continue reading Thunder-Sky, Inc.
This is an 8 minute promotional video for a featured documentary. An art gallery and organization, inspired by Raymond Thunder-Sky — an unconventional artist whose works and life transcend notions of “outsider” and “insider” art, breaks barriers, demolishes stereotypes, and empowers artists (both self-taught and formally educated) through showcasing their works and stories side by side. Continue reading THUNDER-SKY promo video for documentary
“Jesus and her Gospel of Yes ” is a visual and aural collage of ‘spiritual irreverence’ which conveys a humanist and optimistic message. It is a surreal, complex, modern, psychedelic film retelling the life of Christ as woman and leader of the Gospel of Yes. Her nemesis and leader of NO is the trans-gendered Moses. Continue reading “Jesus and her Gospel of Yes”
“W the Movie” is a surreal satire on the presidency of George W Bush, beginning with 2000 elections and ending with the 2008 campaign. Continue reading “W: the movie”