A new PBS documentary “Singing Winds, The Life and Work of T.C. Steele” has been produced and released. The documentary covers Steele’s hardscrabble youth to his journey through some of the major art center of Europe, and returns to his native Indiana, where he painted the beauty of Midwestern landscapes.
1) Attendees at sneak preview Saturday evening, November 6, Brown Country Art Gallery, Nashville, Indiana. 2) David Steele with Producer Todd Gould
In November, a sneak preview was held at Brown Country Art Gallery. At the event, director Todd Gould offered some brief commentary on the documentary and his creative process. The documentary is narrated by two-time Grammy Award winner, Sylva McNair. The documentary aired on Sunday, November 28 at 8:00 p.m. on WTIU, Channel 30.
We are happy to see the T.C. Steele Boyhood Home featured in the documentary.
In August of 2021, a WTIU crew of Todd Gould, Saddam Abbas, and Charlie Gifford spent the day shooting outside and inside the T.C. Steele Boyhood Home, the Waveland Public Library, and the Methodist Cemetery.
Thanks to Director Todd Gould, Saddam Abbas and Charlie Gifford who spent a day in August shooting in Waveland. Producer Todd Gould (salmon colored shirt).
Thanks to Tim & Meg Shelly for providing generous access to the T.C. Steele Boyhood Home and sites in Waveland, Indiana, and to Waveland Public Library.