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Best Peter Keegan podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Peter Keegan podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Professional artists Laura Boswell and Peter Keegan discuss the practical issues of making art your career. Drawing on their own experiences they offer candid advice for artists who want to make a living from their work. Laura is a printmaker working in Linocut and Japanese woodblock, with work is in several public collections. She writes a monthly advice column for Artists and Illustrators Magazine. Peter is a portrait painter working predominantly to commission for both private and public ...
 
How does creativity shape our lives? Through interviews with artists, makers, creators and general lovers of life, we will explore how creativity has helped them to carve out a unique and fulfilling life. This is a great resource for creatives in any field, of any ability, from professional to hobbyist. Ultimately though, this a life affirming podcast that we hope will inspire you to pursue your own ideas and dreams, whatever they may be! We explore these peoples personal paths to where they ...
 
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If you are a teacher one of the things you hope for is that one day you will teach someone who will then go on to greater things. Laura gave Will Francis his first lessons in Japanese woodblock printing after he had been trying to teach himself - and finding it hard. Will is now a professional carver and printer of Japanese woodblock prints: workin…
 
Tom Shepherd is a full time artist, specialising in painting wildlife which he does in oils, acrylics and especially in watercolours. Peter and Laura talk to him about his career-path and how he has adapted to working mainly 'on-line' during the current health crisis. Creative adaptation to the situation seems to be the secret and like Peter and La…
 
Ali Cavanaugh is an internationally renowned artist who produces breath taking watercolours. Ali has built a wonderful art career with many interesting twists and turns, and her insight into not only life as a working artist, but also into the unique personal journey we go on as creatives, is both inspiring and invaluable. In this episode we discus…
 
Recorded during Lockdown, apologies for the sound quality. Should you keep a sketchbook? Laura and Peter have very different responses to this, Peter has kept sketchbook throughout his professional career whilst Laura has some but their use is slightly more ad hoc. The consistent thing for both of them is that it is important to take notes, both wr…
 
Recorded during the lockdown, apologies for the sound quality! By its very nature, being an artist generates work. The things that your artistic practice is channelled towards. You may be able to sell everything that you do, but more likely there will be works that need to be stored - and catalogued. In this episode of Ask an Artist Laura and Peter…
 
Recorded remotely (and with a few technical difficulties...sorry!) during our isolation. It is unlikely that there are many artists who embark on their careers thinking "I'd really like to be doing something that generates lots of adminstration", but inevitably thast is what will happen. Peter and Laura discuss in this episode, how they deal with b…
 
This episode was (obviously) recorded remotely and with a few technical problems. In this fourth special COVID-19 episode Laura and peter talk about some of the things they have done in response to the shutting down of what was planned to be a very busy year for both of them. Keeping busy, being generous and working out new ways to run your busines…
 
This episode was recorded remotely (and with a few technical issues!) whilst we are all in isolation. Greetings cards can be a useful additional revenue stream if you are an artist whose work lends itself to being reproduced in this way. Laura and Peter talk through their very different responses to Greetings cards: Laura embraces them as a signifi…
 
A fascinating episode where I chat to UK Artist, Violet Astor. Fresh off the back of a wonderful year I talk to violet about taking hold of ideas and making them happen, her career as an artist so far and her business approaches, through to the love of her main medium, charcoal. Two other largely covered topics are Violet's experience with the rela…
 
Jay gives a very thoughtful and honest glimpse into his life and world as a professional artist. An inspirational and fascinating story, with a unique perspective on life as professional artist, as well as the need to wear many different hats being an artistic one man band, and of course as a father. This is a story of striving for balance in life …
 
This episode was recorded before the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 Selling 2D art often comes with the additional responsibility of framing and presentation, adding that finishing touch to your work. It is so important that you get this right, putting an inferior frame around your picture will not do it justice so how should you approach thi…
 
This episode was recorded before the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 Many artists will read magazines about Art and one of the most popular is Artists and Illustrators Magazine. Steve Pill has been working there for many years, most of that time as editor. Laura and Peter (both on their best behaviour - since they both write for A and I) discu…
 
Where Wildlife art & conservation meet can be a powerful tool, but also a place that requires a serious balancing act. Sofiya is an equally passionate conservationist and wildlife artist, and is carving out a unique lifestyle. I talk to Sofiya about how many different aspects of life, art and conservationist she is learning to balance. Sofiya tackl…
 
This episode was recorded before the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 Most artists will at some time be commissioned to do a piece of work, a particular view, a specific size, a portrait of a loved-one or something to commemorate an event. The kind of artist or craftsperson that you are will determine both how likely this is to happen and also …
 
This episode was recorded before the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 Copyright is a proper minefield! There to protect intellectual property, it is misunderstood by the majority of people who seek its protection and by the majority of people who contravene its rules. Sal Shuel spent some of her working life in the rôle of 'expert witness' in c…
 
Part 1 of my interview with renowned painter Hash Akib. Widely known for his bold brushstrokes, striking compositions and wonderful use of colour and light, it was a real pleasure to sit down and talk all things art. Don't be fooled by Hash's down to earth and softly spoken demeanour, he is full of passion for art, creativity and painting. He has c…
 
I interview painter, Peter Keegan, who's passion for painting, art and community are totally infectious and up lifting. Peter is not only a fantastic painter, but also runs (with wife Kim) the Courtyard Art Studio in Bucks. We talk about Peter's road to where he is now. How he has carved out his path as an artist, from a youngster who clearly had a…
 
Another super inspiring and very interesting guest. Helen's story is one of commitment, persistence, overcoming adversity and turning a very negative experience into a hugely positive one. Helen has a wonderful attitude of exploration, creativity and remaining open to life's opportunities. For me this has a allowed her to carve out a unique path, t…
 
In this episode I talk about my own experiences & struggles with mental health, what my triggers are, how I deal with it and how my painting and my art has had a hugely positive impact on all these things!! I also invite fellow artists, Alicia the DawgPainter & Martin Aveling, to write some words about their own experiences with mental health and t…
 
Part 2 of a fantastic inspiring interview with Emily Lamb. We cover loads of topics about life as an artist. In particular Em's more nomadic lifestyle and using art to be of service to the world in some way, as well as: Activism, conservation and what it means to be vegan in this day and age Artistic obsession and pursuits Going beyond technical pa…
 
My monthly slot on Welcombe Radio's Saturday morning Art show. A simple question. "What I should I paint?" Not such a simple answer! On this show I talk about the various ways in which we can find inspiration as we move forward with our painting. You can find Welcombe Radio at the link below. Please check it out and show some support on the Faceboo…
 
Great to get a very different perspective on the current art market from successful Gallery Owner, Mark Hatwood Mark owns a booming Art Business down in Cornwall, UK, in the form of the Harbour Gallery. As well as other businesses British Contemporary.Art and ArtRehome.com This interview if full of fantastic advice for any artist looking to sell wo…
 
Interview with artist and art marketing expert, Andrea Kendall. Creator of Spark "Your Art". A website and resource to help artists, of all kinds, to get inspired and to tackle the often stressful area of marketing. A very inspiring and hugely informative episode for all artists! Amongst many, many topics we discuss: Finding your voice as an artist…
 
A fascinating & inspiring interview with Emily Lamb. We cover loads of topics about life as an artist. In particular Em's more nomadic lifestyle and using art to be of service to the world in some way, as well as: Finding your path, and getting in alignment wth your true calling. Learning to trust, let go, and surrender. Facing the darker side of l…
 
In this short but fun and insightful episode, I chat with Linzi Morgan, creator of Welcombe Radio's Saturday morning Art show (which I host once a month, and this episode is taken from) We talk about the joy of radio and podcasts, some of the creative blockages that we experience, fear of creative failure, how to approach and "turn" to you creative…
 
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