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Best Artinterviews podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Artinterviews podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Savvy Painter is a weekly podcast for artists who mean business. Antrese Wood talks to experts in the field about the business of art and how it gets created. Want to know how leaders in the fine art world of plein-air and landscape painting got their start? What habits do top artists have in common? Every week, we talk about representational painting, abstract art, alla prima painting, art competitions, art materials, watercolor, oil painting, how to get into an art gallery, how to succeed ...
 
I Like Your Work supports artists! Each week artist Erika b Hess interviews artists, gallerists, collectors, and curators to cover topics that will help you in your art practice! From inspiring interviews from the lives of artists to business practices you will walk away ready to get in the studio!
 
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In this episode, I talk to Ashley Jude Jonas an artist, writer, curator and educator originally from Key West, Florida about her work and also creating the artist-run space, The Blue House. She holds a BFA in ceramics from the University of Florida and an MFA in ceramics from the University of Colorado Boulder. Her work reframes potential and wonde…
 
In this episode, I talk to the artist Francis Sills. We discuss his move from NYC to South Carolina and how this impacted his work, working from observation and how teaching and family play into his life as a painter. Francis earned an MFA from Parsons School of Design, New York, NY and a BFA from Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. His work has bee…
 
In this episode, I talk to the CEO of Big Cartel, Anna Brozek, about selling work online and tips for artists on marketing. Some of you may use Big Cartel but for those that don’t or haven’t heard of it, Big Cartel is a technology company built by artists for artists. The company makes tools that are empowering, affordable, and easy-to-use in order…
 
What does it take to hone your visual memory skills as an artist? Can you really build a successful business by selling your artwork? Isn’t (insert any age here) too old to get started as an artist? What am I supposed to do with all this time at home caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)? Thankfully, my guest, Lucy Kalian was kind enough to take the…
 
What type of magic happens in the artist’s studio? Is there some special formula that “Successful” artists use that helps them maximize their creativity and studio time? I wanted to take this opportunity to explore this critical topic with the vast spectrum of artists we have represented in the Savvy Painter community. From all over the country and…
 
When you approach the canvas do you find yourself trying to tell a story with your artwork? Do you think you are telling a story with your art whether you like it or not? Here to explore these questions and many more is my guest and fellow artist, Rob Rey. Rob’s artwork is often inspired by his interests in both natural sciences like astronomy and …
 
Webster’s Dictionary defines Resistance as, “an act or instance of resisting: opposition. b: a means of resisting. 2: the power or capacity to resist.” What comes to mind when you think about resistance? Do you start thinking about all the things that are giving your resistance in your life? Do you have a resistant family member? What about that pr…
 
As you look at your career as an artist, do you notice how much you’ve grown and changed over the years? What led to the big moments of growth and change for you? It was a joy to sit down with my guest and fellow artist, Shana Levenson. In our conversation, Shana opens up about her experience as an art instructor, how her children have influenced h…
 
If you are anything like me, you find yourself fighting back the feeling of overwhelm from time to time. What do you usually do when you start to feel overwhelmed? How do you cut through the usual complexity that life brings and find clarity? As we start the New Year, I wanted to take some time to go over some helpful tools and insights that I've g…
 
It is difficult to honestly talk about the most painful places of life - the times when cannot avoid facing our mortality or need to come to grips with our value as human beings. But in this conversation, Erin McGee Ferrell spoke about those issues with such ease that I was grateful. The ease with which she deals with those subjects is a testament …
 
In this episode with artist Sean Downey, we cover a ton of wonderful topics from meditation to the concepts driving Sean’s work, how the starts into one of his very complex paintings, using virtual reality and also how being a parent has impacted him. Sean Downey received his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute and his MFA from Boston University…
 
In this episode, I had a wonderful time connecting with the Houston based artist Jasmine Zelaya. A lot of you guys may be familiar with Jasmine's work from the cover of New American Paintings. In this interview, we touch on the topic of why Jasmine decided to start applying to opportunities such as New American Paintings and how by setting that goa…
 
Do you ever find yourself wondering why you feel like a square peg forced into a round hole when it comes to following art “Rules?” Is there something wrong with you, the system, gatekeepers, or all the above? I was thrilled to sit down and discuss this topic and much more with my friend, Michael McCaffrey. In our conversation, we also touch on his…
 
I am thrilled you are here for this episode with the artist and creator of the fabulous oil paints, Robert Gamblin! Robert makes wonderful landscape paintings and is the founder of Gamblin Artists Colors, an international brand of oil painting and printmaking materials. In this episode we talk about Robert’s time in art school, how and why Robert s…
 
I loved every minute connecting with Los Angeles based artist Pia Pack! From talking about art school, dealing with post-grad school anxiety, moving internationally, to balancing work and family. Pia was such a treat to talk to! We dive into creating community through podcasting and how she is doing all of this with a new baby along for the ride! P…
 
Can you think back to a point in your career where you started to appreciate the transformative power of art? Maybe for you, it was the first time you went to an art museum or that one art class that opened your eyes to a whole new world of possibilities. From early childhood experiences to forging his own path in the art world - my guest, Dean Mit…
 
I absolutely love the work of artist Carly Glovinski. From her use of color to her exploration of pattern, Carly's work plays with the idea of the decorative and utilitarian. Her work investigates patterns and organizing systems found in everyday life with reverence for the history and behaviors contained in objects and places. In this episode, we …
 
Melanie Parke is a painter with an extensive exhibition record and an incredible eye which has resulted in not only making amazing work but also a solid and inspirational curatorial resume. She created The Provincial, an artist-run project space & curatorial program committed to camaraderie and intellectual verve. Her and her husband, the painter R…
 
When was the last time you found yourself moved deep in the core of your being by a work of art or natural beauty? As an artist, you can appreciate the power that we have to draw on people’s perceptions and emotions. It was a pleasure to speak with the talented Nashville based landscape artist, Adam Hall. In our conversation, Adam was kind enough t…
 
I had such a great time talking to the LA-based painter, Tomory Dodge. Tomory is a painter's painter and I felt like I was hanging out in his studio talking about his painting process, life, and where the two overlap. From talking about how he works in his studio, to how time constraints from having kids can push your work into weird unknown places…
 
Joanna Fink is the Director of Alpha Gallery, a highly successful gallery in Boston, MA that focuses on contemporary painting and works on paper. Alpha represents incredible painters such as Susanna Coffey and William Bailey, exhibits emerging talent in the annual New Talent Show, and holds special shows of master artists such as Pablo Picasso, Fai…
 
Normally when I do these question and answer episodes, I get anywhere from 20 to 30 questions to ask my guest - for this topic - the questions numbered in the 100’s! Thankfully, Jake Hawley from Picture Salon was willing to take time out of his schedule to answer many of your questions here on the podcast. In our conversation, Jake touches on file …
 
Jolene Powell is a McCoy Professor of Art and Director of Gallery 310 at Marietta College. Although she lives in the Midwest, she has spent several summers painting the coast of Maine; her fog-saturated residency at the Heliker-LaHotan Foundation generated much of her recent visual inspiration. I was so excited to visit Jolene's studio to record th…
 
Hannah is an artist and tax expert who specializes in working with creative people and their businesses. Though she’s worked at a couple “buttoned-up” tax firms in New York, she loves bringing her tax skills to the aid of the creative world. Her passion for helping creative businesses began when she was an Account Executive and Interactive Producer…
 
As an artist, one of the hardest things you can do is to push past your limits and dive right into exploring creativity. Do you find pushing the boundaries of your abilities exciting or nerve-racking? My guest, Andy J. Pizza, is ready to explore this question and a whole lot more. In our conversation, Andy opens up about his creative journey, what …
 
Ann Toebbe is an american contemporary artist born in 1974. Her work has been featured in numerous exhibitions at key galleries and museums, including the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago . the Saatchi Gallery, Steven Zevitas Gallery (represented), Monya Rowe Gallery, and Tibor de Nagy Gallery (represented). Ann Toebbe has been featured in …
 
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