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Paul Johansson Reacts to Joy Lenz Calling ‘One Tree Hill’ Set ‘Divided’

Standing with the women! Paul Johansson, who starred on One Tree Hill as Dan Scott for all nine seasons, is still close with many members of the cast, especially Joy Lenz. However, they had very different opinions about the set of the CW drama.

While appearing on the “Whine Down With Jana Kramer” podcast, Lenz, 38, agreed that the set could be “divided” at times. Lenz, who played Haley James Scott, and Sophia Bush, who starred as Brooke Davis, were the only two in the cast to appear in all 187 episodes of the series.

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Johansson, 55, never experienced any divide.

“I think I was more isolated from that. I think people were more careful around me, because I was a different generation,” he told Us Weekly exclusively at the Los Angeles premiere of Zombie Tidal Wave on Monday, August 12. “I’m a big dog, you know what I mean? So I don’t think that would have gone on under my watch, had I seen any of it. I didn’t see anything on the set, but sets can become pretty familiar with each other. Boundaries can get a little bit blurry. You’ve got to check yourselves and help each other.”

In November 2017, One Tree Hill creator Mark Schwahn was accused of sexual misconduct on the set. After the initial claim, 18 cast and crew members of the series — including Bush, Lenz, Kramer and Hilarie Burtoncame forward with more allegations. Johansson, while he did not witness anything firsthand, always supported the women.

“It was a super close set. We really all loved each other. I didn’t know about that — if there were any separations in that regard. I don’t think as an older character, I was involved in all that stuff,” the Van Helsing alum added. “What I do believe is that we have a tremendously powerful female contingent that really drove our show. My feeling is that that show is a female powerhouse-driven show and that we followed the girls much more than they ever followed us. Like, our leaders were Joy, Sophia and Hilary. They were our leaders in many ways and setting a lot of examples.”

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During Kramer’s podcast, the women reflected on their time on set and Kramer stated that since she came in so much later, she felt an “A-team or B-team” vibe. “I think our creator kinda created that environment,” the Nashville singer added.

As for revisiting the One Tree Hill world, “the problem is the creator of the show” would profit off of it, Lenz said. “That’s a big issue, and I think that would be the big thing standing in the way, unless he was willing to donate it all or something.”

She continued: “It would be great to go back and not have it feel like it was divided in any way or when we were going through a rough patch. … I think we’re all older now, it’d be so much easier to really enjoy each other’s company and enjoy showing up at work, appreciate having a job, appreciate being someplace where we know we have such a huge fan base.”

Following the women coming forward against Schwahn, Johansson sent his appreciation via Twitter. “With all my heart I stand with my sisters on One Tree Hill,” he wrote in November 2017. “This is a momentous time to look inside and begin a long needed change. I love you all and admire your courage.”

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Scouted: Bearaby Launches the Tree Napper, a Weighted Blanket Made from Wood Pulp-Derived Fabric

Just when you thought you hit peak weighted blanket, Bearaby comes and changes everything. In honor of Earth Day, the weighted blanket brand has debuted the Tree Napper, a weighted blanket made exclusively from TENCEL Lycocell, a fabric derived from the wood pulp of eucalyptus trees.

While the original Bearaby Napper was made from naturally weighted vegan cotton yarn (unlike the synthetic or glass beads like weighted blankets), the Tree Napper takes things one step further. The wide-looped woven design is “produced through an environmentally responsible closed-loop process that uses ten times less water than traditional fabrics” according to the brand’s press release. Now, the Bearaby Napper is not only the best-looking weighted blanket on the market, but it’s also environmentally-friendly.

The Tree Napper will come in three weights: 15 pounds, 20 pounds, and 25 pounds (it’s recommended you use one that’s 10% of your body weight) and will come in four gorgeous summer hues: Hibiscus, Lavender, Sunflower, and May Lily. Priced between $ 249 and $ 279 depending on weight, the Tree Napper is a statement piece not just for its looks but also for its eco-conscious design. The modern pattern isn’t just for aesthetic either—the woven design and lightweight eucalyptus fabric make the blanket breathable.

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Tree Flowers And Shadows: Bruce McLean’s upcoming exhibition at artrepublic

Discover the abstract work of one of British Conceptualism’s leading figures at artrepublic Brighton.

Red Garden Path by Bruce McLean

We’d be lying if we said we didn’t have a bit of a soft spot for rebellious artists at artrepublic, which is why we decided that it’s time for those of you who aren’t already familiar with the work of Bruce McLean to be properly introduced.… with an exhibition of his work at our Brighton gallery this October.

Don’t know much about the Glasgow-born artist? Here are the Cliffs Notes. Since upending the status quo of sculpture as a young artist in the Sixties, by using his own body to consider the value and purpose of the plinth and creating sculptural forms from rubbish and impermanent materials, Scottish sculptor Bruce McLean has continued to produce work that challenges some of the art world’s most commonly held beliefs. For instance, the idea that an artist only works in one realm, choosing his tools and mediums from the same checklist created (and used) by those who have gone before.

Lindleimer's Bee Blossom by Bruce McLean

Refusing to buy in to the art world’s long-accepted concept of the Seven Arts, McLean considers everything he produces – film-, photography- or paint-based – to be a form of sculpture. By working across disciplines, travelling back and forth between mediums that include (but are not restricted to) performance art, printmaking, painting, film installations and ceramics, he’s produced a vast body of forward-thinking work that is always evolving and changing. Approaching everything with inquiry, the result is a series of artworks that are packed with energy; organic lines bounce off block colours or solid structures within a given space, like an endless conversation between two figures with different points of view.

But maybe we should pause for a moment, before we get as abstract as some of McLean’s creations (which you may have seen in the collections at the Tate, the V&A, or even in our own Brighton gallery – we’re in good company aren’t we?) and return to the point. Our forthcoming Bruce McLean exhibition.

Running from 18 October – 12 November, Tree Flowers And Shadows features 40 new and archival pieces by the artist, and covers everything from limited edition prints and ceramics to a film installation. Many of the artist’s new works are influenced by his garden in Spain called Son Caragol which means Snail. ‘The latest prints are directly related to paintings I made 10 years ago,’ says McLean. ‘I’m interested in the dark shadows and how points of light appear as the sun moves around and flickers, I’m attempting to create beautiful, lush, vibrant works as a direct response to this lush, flickering environment.’

Experience McLean’s take on this environment for yourself, and hear more about the artist and his work at the Tree Flowers And Shadows Private View on 18 October, when he’ll be giving a 30-minute talk as well as unveiling the show. Spaces are limited, so please RSVP.  

 

Keep an eye out on the artrepublic Brighton gallery page for our interview with Bruce McLean, as well as details of other upcoming events at artrepublic Brighton.

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