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Best Medicine Man Gallery podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Medicine Man Gallery podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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See the art world through my eyes as an art dealer with thirty years in the business. Interviews of unique and interesting individuals that collect, deal and find art as compelling as I do. Learn the pitfalls of the art world and the interesting cast of characters that are a constant thread of entertaining commentary. Pull up a chair with me, Mark Sublette and the Art Dealer Diaries.
 
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Watercolorist extraordinaire William (Willy) Matthews stops by the Medicine Man Gallery studio for a special two part interview with host Dr. Mark Sublette. In part TWO, the esteemed Mr. Matthews discusses his time in Europe forging relationships by knocking on doors and playing music, eventually leading to a job at The Museum of Modern Art, Oxford…
 
Watercolorist extraordinaire William (Willy) Matthews stops by the Medicine Man Gallery studio for a special two-part interview with host Dr. Mark Sublette. In part ONE, Mr. Matthews looks back on the early days of his 50+ year career as a professional artist. We get a glimpse into William's early life in San Francisco and what is like to grow up i…
 
Tim Newton Publisher of Western Art & Architecture, photographer, art collector, renovation expert, minister, dog catcher, and renaissance man shares his love of art and the unusual life path art has taken him. From starting a church in New York to founding the American Masters Exhibition, Tim details his fascinating life as an art collector. Tim's…
 
Steve Datz's second visit to the Art Dealer Diaries; on this special episode we discuss what it takes to be an artist and pull off a major art exhibit. Stephen's first interview (Epi. 43) delved into his backstory and what led him to pursue painting full-time. This time around, Stephen and Mark go in-depth about the lifestyle of the modern landscap…
 
Michael John Nolan the Head of the Design at Pima Community College sits down with our host Dr. Mark Sublette to discuss life as both a painter and an educator. We hear about Michael's early days growing up in Tucson and how taking the right classes (and teaching them) turned Michael into an artist,. Illustrating comic books, novels, and painting w…
 
Master woodworker Terry Evans stops by Medicine Man Gallery studio to speak with host Dr. Mark Sublette about his lifelong commitment to art and working in wood and leather. Leatherwork, farm work, and ultimately woodworking are all discussed, with an emphasis on education and the persistence necessary to succeed as a traveling artist in today's ar…
 
Christine Brindza, the James and Louise Glasser curator of art of the American West at Tucson Museum of Art stops by Medicine Man Gallery to discuss the role of museum curation and the path she took to in becoming a western art curator. Christine shares her upbringing and early years as a historical editor at the Whitney Western Art Museum in Cody,…
 
Seasoned landscape painter and geological aficionado Merrill Mahaffey sits down with our host Dr. Mark Sublette to revisit the defining moments of his career as a painter and as a professor of the arts. Merrill tells of uranium mines and working as a cowboy in 1950's Colorado, as well as the various characters he met through his skill with the brus…
 
Plein air painter Gregory Hull stops by Medicine Man Gallery to explore the psychology of on-site painting. Greg shares stories of his youth, including a traumatic train crash that he and 7 others walked away from, as well as his days as a machinist assistant working for the railroad. Greg Hull is known for his Grand Canyon paintings both from deep…
 
Terry Williams (Deixh Teexli), discusses his early life growing up in Seatle and having Bill Gates in his cub scouts. Terry is the owner of Inside Passage Arts in Skagway, AK, and sits down with host Dr. Mark Sublette to discuss the Inuit carvings that he has devoted his life to preserving and their future. We hear about Terry’s time as an artist r…
 
Native arts expert and gallery owner Al Anthony takes an hour out of his busy schedule to chat with his old friend Dr. Mark Sublette in Santa Fe, New Mexico. We get an inside look into Al’s days as a nuclear engineer for the USAF and how being stationed in New Mexico led him to Wright’s Trading Post in Albuquerque where he bought his first Maria Ma…
 
Bob Kapoun, the owner of the historic Shop of the Rainbow Man in Santa Fe New Mexico, discusses the factors that led him down the path of dealing in Native American art. His interest in taking pictures during the Vietnam war led to an appreciation of photography and cinema, ultimately leading to a degree from Southern Illinois University and connec…
 
Long-time Native American art dealer Chris Selser sits down with Dr. Mark Sublette during Indian Market in Santa Fe to reflect on 50 years of being involved in the Antique Native Arts industry. Selser discusses his upbringing and how several key events changed his trajectory into becoming an expert in Navajo weavings and jewelry. We hear about the …
 
Appraiser and author Scott Hale sits down with our host Dr. Mark Sublette to discuss his background in education and cinema, becoming a curator of private art collections, and finally the growing interest in authentic Native American items among millennials. Scott explains how his Grandfather ran a Native American art store at Hoover Dam in the 193…
 
Jim Jeter Native American dealer shares his amazing life story of forgery, war and redemption in the second episode of a two-part interview with Dr. Mark Sublette Well respected antique Indian Arts dealer Jim Jeter tells the story of his love of Native American art and Hispanic weavings. The son of a well-known actor James Jeter was raised in South…
 
Well respected antique Indian Arts dealer Jim Jeter tells the story of his love of Native American art and Hispanic weavings. The son of a well-known actor James Jeter was raised in Southern California when a single arrowhead sparked the love of antique Indian art. Jim shares the intimate story about how he became a specialist in antique Indian jew…
 
Michael Ettema, a former museum director for the Henry Ford Museum and Desert Caballeros Museum in Wickenburg shares his journey from training at Winterthur Museum to becoming a museum art director to gallery manager and finally art appraiser. He is the owner of Art Appraisals of Santa Fe.By Mark Sublette
 
Dallas based trader Michael McKissick sits down with host Mark Sublette during the Antique American Indian Art Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This episode of the Art Dealer Diaries covers a nearly 60 year long native art dealing career that begins with a pair of moccasins bought at a rodeo in the 1960's and continues to this day. Formerly a cryogeni…
 
Michael Haskell Indian Art and Spanish Colonial furniture dealer discuss his life story of how he got interested in the field fifty years ago, he's a third-generation Santa Barbara resident. Interesting story about the painter Don Perceval, Maynard Dixon, and Clay Lockett as well as buying old pawn off the Navajo reservation. Amazing story of how M…
 
Tad Anderman shares his life story of growing up in the Southwest and his love of Indian Art. How he turns his passion for looking at Native American art at the Denver Art Museum into a profession. Tad takes us on his journey to Sydney Australia to open one of the first Native American Art galleries and the challenges involved in selling Indian Art…
 
Historian Jeff Hengesbaugh sits down with host Mark Sublette to discuss recreating his journey of being a current-day mountain man and fur trader into a Native American and Antique dealer. Mark and Jeff discuss his path from a self-taught anthropologist and the many trials he endured to make a living selling antique goods. Jeff's insight into the h…
 
Jan Musial sits down with host Dr. Mark Sublette to discuss his love of Native American Art and how he became a dealer in the Indian art trade. Jan goes into depth about how being married to a Navajo woman changed his perspective on the art he had been collecting and selling. Jan worked as an LA County firefighter before transiting into Indian Arts…
 
Artist Kevin Kehoe discusses life growing up in New England and how his professional journey led him through Boston, Providence, Utah, Seattle, San Francisco, and New York, ultimately leading him back to Utah where he lives today. Kevin recounts his time conjuring up ad campaigns for the likes of automotive manufacturers like Saturn and how his des…
 
Celebrate Woodstock's 50th anniversary with legendary Rolling Stone and Rock n' Roll photographer Baron Wolman in this intimate interview with host Dr. Mark Sublette. Baron's journey from his teenage years, crossing police lines and eventually into a stint of espionage on behalf of the US government in East Berlin. His life-changing moment comes af…
 
Historian and Museum director Steve Friesen takes a detour from his appearance at the Western Writers Association to drop by the Medicine Man Gallery studio. Mark and Steve take a fascinating journey into the life of the Western legend Buffalo Bill Cody and the many characters that would orbit the showman in his lifetime. Interesting and outright s…
 
Tim Yazzie stops by the Medicine Man Gallery studio to discuss his upbringing in New Mexico and the journey that led him to Tucson, Arizona where he lives today. Tim indulges us in the hardships of being a Native American silversmith (half Santo Domingo, a quarter San Felipe, and a quarter Navajo) in the 21st century and tells the story of his firs…
 
Executive Editor of True West Magazine shares his life story and his love for history and western art since he was a kid. His amazing ride from radio host, cartoonist, and writer for the counter-culture magazine New Times for ten years. Bell discusses his art show and book on Billy the Kid.By Mark Sublette
 
Native American antique art dealer Michael Bradford travels to Tucson, Arizona to sit down with host Mark Sublette and talk about his experiences traveling the country searching for and selling Native American art and antiques. Michael discusses his time in the United States Navy and how a few life-changing moments turned a bull rider from a rodeo …
 
Expert framer and art dealer Michael Collier stops by Medicine Man Gallery to discuss his personal journey through the art world. Michael shares his connections with important artists including photographer Dan Budnik, painter/muralist Edith Hamlin, and the legendary Arizona artist Ed Mell (whose frames come directly from Collier). Michael also dis…
 
Highly regarded New York sculptor, Leonardo Drew discusses his latest work Navajo and how he became an artist growing up in the projects. Leonardo explains his process of how and why he titles his art pieces using numbers and how his pieces forms in his conciseness then come to fruition. Anyone who is interested in art in contemporary sculpture wil…
 
Johnny D. Boggs shares his life story as an aspiring sportswriter and newspaper editor before finding his true calling as an author of historic fiction. His journey from the Carolinas to New Mexico is in itself a tale of westward expansion. Johnny shares what it takes to be an author of Western novels and his methods behind an award-winning career …
 
Santa Fe, Italy, San Francisco, Phoenix, Central California, all are stops along the way for the modern sculptor. Otton Rigan explains shaping tons and tons of stone and the peril of working with 800lbs sculptures This is an enlightening interview for artists and collectors alike to understand the circuitous road to becoming a world-class artist.…
 
Mark and Murray Arrowsmith, sons of the remarkable and influential trader Santa Fe Indian Art Trader Rex Arrowsmith, reflect on their father’s lasting contribution to the Native American art community. Story after story, these two unique individuals share the fantastic details of their upbringing in Santa Fe Native American art scene in the 1960 an…
 
James Woodside painted a series of landscapes in Antartica upon receiving a grant from the National Science Foundation. Mark Sublette saw them in an issue of American Artist and knew he was destined to show this artist in his gallery. 15 years and countless paintings later, Woodside stops by Medicine Man Gallery to share his story with host Mark Su…
 
E. I. Couse's granddaughter Virginia Couse Leavitt discusses her recent release of E.I. Couse biography, her life in Taos, and how she has made her life's mission to document E.I. Couse's art and life story. Virginia and her late husband Ernie's vision to make the Couse house a museum which is now open, the Couse-Sharp House.…
 
Seth Hopkins Executive Director Booth Museum shares his life story of becoming a Museum curator and executive director for a major western museum. Seth went from sportscasting, cable T.V. before falling into a career of art. An amazing story of how art entered Seth life and changed how he saw his world. Seth discusses his involvement with Andy Warh…
 
Jeff Bursey a creative force discusses his interests in art and all things associated with discovering of his world. Jeff discusses how he deals with synesthesia and the effects of having a multisensor stimulus firing in his everyday world. Jeffs in his twenties goes on a wanderlust to meet artists, writer, and musicians. Jeff tells of being workin…
 
Bill Hougart whose books on Native American Silversmith's and Mexican jewelry hallmarks are the gold standard for the industry. If you want to understand how Native American signatures on their jewelry started and the different types and dates of when these hallmarks began, this is a must listen to podcast.…
 
Andrew Smith discusses growing up in Santa Fe and how his interest in anthropology lead to being fascinated with imagery and history of the Southwest photographs. Andrew explains how he goes about evaluating photographers and placing them to museum, libraries, and collectors. The history of how Edward S. Curtis collection ended up in Santa Fe and h…
 
Wes Cowan is an anthropologist, auctioneer, and appraiser of antiques. He is an owner of Cowan's Auctions, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio. Cowan is a licensed auctioneer in Ohio and received a B.A. and M.A. in Archeologist from the University of Kentucky, and a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Michigan. Cowan has been a regular in the PBS ser…
 
Western Artist John Moyers, discusses his life growing up in New Mexico and how the Southwest influenced his early collecting and artwork. John Moyers is the son of William Moyers one the earliest Cowboy Artists of America. John Moyers wife is the famed Western Artist Terri Kelli Moyers. John Moyers shares his method for painting and his artist inf…
 
Terri Kelly Moyers cannot recall a time when she didn't want to be anything other than an artist. She drew animals as a child, and consistently directed most of her time and energy toward pursuing that goal, with her studies at the Alberta College of Art. Terri spent her early years making her living as a pet portrait artist until she was able to b…
 
Tony Abeyta acclaimed Native American artist who grew up in Gallup New Mexico, his father a traditional Navajo, WWII code talker and artist Narcisco, Ha So Deh and his mother a ceramist Quaker were Tony's earliest influences. Learn about Tony's earliest influences at Institute at the American Indian Arts in Santa Fe including his instructor Otellie…
 
Landscape artist Stephen Datz discusses his life story of growing up in Colorado and his struggles to become an artist, the son of a philatelic dealer. Stephen explains his path of becoming an artist first in plein air art before turning his art style into a more modern aesthetic. A must listen for any artist that wants to make art as a profession.…
 
Ted Trotta shares his experience working as a specialist in Antique Indian Art for PBS's Antique Roadshow. Ted Trotta early life with the Vietnam war and his struggles and finding his way as a contentious objector. He explains how he started as an antique dealer before falling in love with Native American art. How Tony Berlant shared his knowledge …
 
Artist Billy Schenck worked at Andy Warhol's Factory in 1966 after Kansas City Art Institute becoming a Pop artist. Schenk the artist is also a world champion rodeo cowboy and discusses how he wears both hats. Schenk discusses his time at Elaine Horwitz starting in 1976 along with Fritz Scholder and Louis Jimenez.…
 
Paige Williams, New Yorker Magazine staff writer, discusses her new book "The Dinosaur Artist" her in-depth 7 year odyssey under covering the history and hidden world of the high end fossil trade. The book travels from Land of Lakes Florida to one of the most remote places on earth, the Gobi desert in Mongolia. She follows the story from high-end a…
 
Art collector and Forensic Psychologist Jon French Ph.D. shares his love of fine art and ethnographic art. Jon takes on his life's journey hanging out with the manager of the Grateful and writer Allen Ginsberg and the 1967 Summer of Love in San Francisco to become one the top forensic psychologist in California working with dangerous criminals help…
 
Part 2 of Mark Winter interview. Mark discusses how his life turned in a way he never expected when he started to collect Two Grey Hills rugs ultimately becoming the trader for the Toadlena Trading post near Newcomb New Mexico. Mark Winter explains how he learned about Two Grey Hill weavings and the different types of weavings produced during certa…
 
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