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Best Modernart podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Modernart podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Develop successful painting practices and take control of your painting journey with "Abstract Thinking". Join Liese Gauthier as she leads you through tips, techniques and thinking strategies to help you create your best abstract art. In each episode, Liese will cover one aspect of creating art to provide you with the knowledge and inspiration that you need to keep creating. From thinking practices, to supports, mixed-media techniques, and favorite tools, "Abstract Thinking" will provide the ...
 
"I started this series as a means for exploration, an exploration of self and an exploration of the perspectives of other artists. This series is an unabridged documentation of conversations between artists. It’s a series dedicated to breaking down the barriers we tend to set up in our own mind. I want to inspire future creatives to have the courage to explore and experiment. This is about making dreams a reality and not about letting our dreams fall to the wayside. My intention is to give m ...
 
Do you live for the hunt? Do you eat, breathe, & sleep pop culture, fine art, & antiques – or do you just want to know more? Do comic books keep you up at night, do all those unloved antiques keep you tossing and turning, is that dusty old portrait or modern abstract flashing before you when you close your eyes? Is it because they might be worth something, or because they might be worthless… and you just don’t know? Whether collecting & selling as a career or a hobby, find out what’s hot and ...
 
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Travis, James and Kevin are talking the rocking world of music collectibles and memorabilia! Why do people collect certain things from certain musicians? And why does so much of this market seem to focus on the Woodstock era? Also: - Elvis scarves - Kurt Russell destroys a rare Martin guitar - KISS Mego figures - Jimi Hendrix clothing - Concert tic…
 
Canadian painter Janna Watson uses abstraction as both an escape from and return to the real. As the world we know dematerializes into paint strokes, so too does her paint take stage as its very own character in a multi-act drama of composition. Bundles of colour, made up of discrete yet inseparable instances of pigment—what Watson refers to as “mo…
 
David Cheifetz is an internationally acclaimed and collected artist who continues to push the limits of contemporary realist oil painting. David and his family live in Olympia, WA. "Reflecting the language of dreams, these dark, hyperrealistic tableaux suggest bizarre and intriguing narratives. Cheifetz paints alla prima, an oil painting technique …
 
Erin Nicole Henry is a contemporary artist based in Atlanta, Georgia, where she began working in the arts at an early age. After leaving art school, her cutting edge paintings made a loud arrival into the art world since they began regularly showing in multiple galleries around the city. Erin examines her environment through surrealist portraits of…
 
With an upcoming Magic The Gathering auction happening soon, Travis, James and Kevin have TCGs on the brain. Get a brief history of how this game evolved from early Dungeons and Dragons players and why the early versions of certain cards are valuable enough to buy a house! Also: - James talks his early days with MTG - Magic The Gathering tournament…
 
“As a psychic and medium, I find meditation to be a mandatory part of my private practice. Meditation is a foundational piece of my ability to connect to the other side, and to refresh my energy. This meditation is part of an ongoing project that my partner and I are working on entitled, “Tides”. Each meditation is channeled through my automatic wr…
 
The inward movement can be summarized as follows: we observe ourselves, we accept what we find without judgment, we let it go, and the actual release causes our transformation. We are already always changing, but when we focus on healing we can change in the direction of our choosing; these are moments when we intentionally reclaim our power. Every…
 
Daan Noppen (1977), born in Arnhem (The Netherlands) is an international artist mainly working in drawing and painting. He is best known for his realistic larger than life drawings of portraits and bodies. Physics and it’s relation to our being, our emotions, plays a big part in his work. The artist plays with notions of reality by projecting time …
 
Travis, James and Kevin are looking at what many consider the female version of the Mancave, She-Sheds! What are they and what kind of furniture and decor is used? The guys then decorate their own hypothetical She-Sheds. Hilarity ensues. Also: - Kevin cleans with Vodka - Painting antique desks - James sells seashells - The guys stumble on to a new …
 
Producer Kyle takes the reigns and reads your answers from our recent survey to Travis, James and Kevin. Who would the guys be if they were superheroes? Can Travis handle some unfiltered criticism? Is Kevin in danger of being abducted by a passionate fan? And who is the favorite member of the group? Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp and Kevin Bru…
 
About Yore: Equal parts emotive and angelic, Yore’s voice is one of those rare wonders that can make the hairs on your arms stand to attention. Quietly arriving on the scene this year with his hypnotic single “Knew Better,” the LA-based artist is bringing a conceptual approach to modern soul music, blending electronic and classical influences with …
 
“Create space in your heart and mind. Live in the present moment. There are many styles of meditation, approaches to mindfulness, and paths to living a more present life. However, each of those schools are confined to their own strict guidelines. This course is not. I believe that every person is different and needs a unique style of meditation tha…
 
Somewhere amidst the outer reaches of iconoclastic pop darling Allie X’s mind, you’ll find the limits of a surreal hamlet inspired by the East Coast’s infamous playground of the pedigreed, Cape Cod. That said, it doesn’t take long for all the overbearing, Americana-worshipping idyll to melt into a gloomy, grandiose fantasy world of Allie’s creation…
 
Ron Hicks was born in Columbus, Ohio but spent most of his childhood growing up in the modest and friendly neighborhood of Park Hill in Denver, Colorado. Ron always knew he would be an artist. Ron's family later relocated back to Ohio where during high school he was awarded several awards, and honors for various art shows and competitions. His tale…
 
Ibarionex Perello is a photographer, writer and educator. Since 2006, he has also served as the host, and producer of The Candid Frame photography podcast, which has featured hundreds of conversations with the world’s best and established photographers. Guests have included Sam Abell, Maggie Steber, Eli Reed, Jay Maisel, Elliot Erwitt, Ruddy Roye, …
 
Travis, James and Kevin catch up on what's been keeping them busy now that the gallery is closed and discuss the effects of Corona Virus on the antiques and collectibles market. With the stock market plummeting and galleries closing across the country, is it a good time to invest or consider selling? Also: - Travis speculates on a depression in som…
 
Denna Thomsen grew up in Omaha Nebraska, later receiving a Bachelor of Arts from Colorado State University. She moved to California in 2007 to pursue a professional dance career and gained a spot with Hysterica Dance Company, founded by Kitty McNamee. In 2012, Alma Ha’rel gave Denna her first break acting and dancing alongside Shia Labeouf, in Fjog…
 
Michael Phillip is a writer, seeker, and wonder-dipping host of the Third Eye Drops podcast. In it, he melds minds with some of the planet’s most interesting artists, scientists, philosophers, and consciousness explorers. Topics Discussed In This Episode: The value of having a contemplative practice Søren Kierkegaard’s “Leaf of Faith” Michael’s fir…
 
Travis, James and Kevin are getting ready for the upcoming vintage camera auction! With over 2,000 lots to sort, James and the team have worked over a year to get this auction ready and he's sharing all the weird and old oddities among the chaos! - The Kodak - first Kodak camera ever made - Graflex Flash Handle are Lightsabers? - James disassembles…
 
People don't always understand our work, and that is okay. If people are questioning us, we can use it as an opportunity to think about why we do what we do, and to help others learn about something new. In this episode of "Abstract Thinking" Liese answers a question from another artist. As usual, the answer involves how we think about art and how …
 
Riley Stearns (Director + Writer) grew up in Pflugerville, Texas. His short, The Cub, screened at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. His feature debut, Faults, starring Leland Orser, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, premiered at SXSW in 2014 and was released theatrically. The Art of Self-Defense (2019) played at numerous international film festivals incl…
 
“Making pictures is one of the earliest memories I recall. Before learning to write the alphabet I was drawing from my imagination in crayons. And over all the years that followed, there has never been a period where I didn’t continue the practice. I remember for example just after graduating high school and living on my own as a dishwasher with no…
 
Jennifer Pochinski is an American figurative painter. Her work is characterized by gestural marks and bold color. Relationships, the male-female power dynamic, and humanity are key themes in her work. She was raised in Hawaii and received her BFA from the University of Hawaii in Painting in 1991. Much of her young adulthood was spent traveling and …
 
Kit Dale was born on January 24, 1986, in Melbourne, Australia, growing up in the area’s eastern suburbs. During his formative years Dale practiced a number of athletic activities, from karate to inline hockey, as well as Australian football (Aussie rules), a sport he competed in extensively prior to jiu-jitsu. Australian rules football is widely r…
 
How to feel bulletproof against other people's opinions. Now, of course, I am human, and I do care about other people and their opinions, but this episode of "Abstract Thinking" is about getting to a place where my confidence isn't rattled by other people. It is liberating and of course wonderful. Give a listen to find out just what I mean and idea…
 
Justuff League Survey Link: bit.ly/justuffsurvey Travis, James and Kevin are here to help you protect the family jewels and give you some tips and tricks on what to look for when investing or selling your valuables. - What to keep and what to scrap - Clarity, Color and Cut - Black Opals - Travis buys a cruise ship diamond? - The Rolex Daytona and o…
 
Cory Allen is an author, podcast host, meditation teacher, composer, and audio engineer. On his podcast The Astral Hustle, he finds ways for us to live with more wonder and less suffering by speaking with leading experts in mindfulness, neuroscience, music, and philosophy. The Astral Hustle has been downloaded millions of times and was featured by …
 
Justuff League Survey Link: bit.ly/justuffsurvey Travis, James and Kevin are talking the tricky world of sports memorabilia and autographs... What drives the value of specific items and signatures? Does any one sport fetch higher values than the others? ALSO: - Tom Brady cleats sell at auction - Jeff Gordon tires - Fake Ty Cobb signatures - Team si…
 
Recurring themes in the work of Adam Lee are the act of pilgrimage, shelter and an itinerant, nomadic sense of home. Transmitted through a community of hermits, shawl-shod women and regalia-laden gentlefolk traversing deserts, forests and valleys or reposing in tabernacles or dreamed abodes, Lee’s practice ties together narratives of memory, imagin…
 
Alex Kanevsky was born in Russia in 1963. He studied mathematics at Vilnius University in Lithuania before coming to the United States. After his arrival to Philadelphia in 1983 he worked as Russian translator, illustrator at the Psychiatric Nursing Magazine and drew pictures for the telephone book advertisements. After attending PAFA (1989-93) and…
 
Joe Goddard is a British musician, songwriter, and DJ. He is best known as a member in the English synth-pop band Hot Chip, which he co-founded with Alexis Taylor. In 2007, he co-founded record label Greco-Roman, which has produced albums by artists such as Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Disclosure. Goddard is also a member of electronica g…
 
Alexis Marshall is the singer of the band Daughters. Topics Discussed In This Episode: The making of Daughters’ “Less Sex” music video How their newest album, “You Won’t Get What You Want”, came together Catharsis and visceral connections to performing on stage for Alexis Alexis’s writing process Approaching life with gratitude and appreciation www…
 
Raw, poignant and profoundly honest, David Jon Kassan’s work aesthetically captures humanity in its true form. As an artist, Kassan acts as an empathetic intermediary between the subject he portrays and the viewer. More than simply replicating his subjects Kassan seeks to understand them. He seeks to capture the essence of those he paints, imbuing …
 
One of the questions that I get asked the most is: How do you know when to stop working on a painting? I've answered this question countless times, but the last time I was asked, I finally arrived at the real answer. So, in this episode of "Abstract Thinking" I let you in on my secret- but it may not be what you think. After all, it was a surprise …
 
Travis, James and Kevin are talking the wide world of Movie Props! Find out what drives the value of these (sometimes) rare items and all things to consider before investing in some on-screen used props! ALSO: - Blade Runner Pistol sells for 1/4 Million - How they made Luke Skywalker's Lightsaber - How props scale with the success of the film - Clo…
 
Travis, James and Kevin are talking modern sports cars - breaking down why certain models are so heavily sought after, give advice on where to invest and speculate on the market for these modern muscle cars. Also: - Travis really needs a Toyota Supra - The beginning of Japanese brand value increases? - Dodge Viper v10 - The True American Sports Car…
 
Antrese Wood is an artist and the host of the Savvy Painter Podcast. The Savvy Painter features interviews with top artists who talk about their mindset, process, and gives tips and techniques to aspiring painters. Antrese paints and teaches online workshops from her home in Argentina. A painter herself, Antrese left her job art directing video gam…
 
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