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Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood

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Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood

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Savvy Painter is the podcast for artists who mean business. Antrese Wood talks about the business of art and how it gets created. Artists spend enormous amounts of time alone in their studios. It's easy to believe their challenges are unique when in fact they are not. Fortunately, others have been there before, and by sharing our stories with other artists we all win.
 
Inspiration and Insights on Art and Painting Stefan Baumann, Podcast is where Stefan Baumann discusses insights and secrets about painting and becoming an artist. These conversations are usually other artists and students that he coaches. The conversations discussed cover a range of topics from Plein Air Painting, oil painting, composition, watercolors, alla prima painting, inspiration, marketing art, and much more! For a free book go to www.StefanBaumann.com For videos.https://www.youtube.c ...
 
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Stefan Baumann Discusses Passion Grace Mystery - A look at Shadows, Backgrounds, temperature, edges, and Abstract. Stefan talks with his Patreon Students and critiques their paintings. As Always Stefan Has something to say to he rants about Abstract. There are good points that every artist should know so this will be a good podcast to listen to, so…
 
To celebrate the milestone of 50 episodes, the tables are turned on host Nishant Jain. Uma Kelkar steps in to host an AMA-style (Ask Me Anything) episode, posing the best questions crowdsourced from fans of the show and past guests. Nishant speaks about his journey to be an artist, how the podcast began, and the directions he is now keen to explore…
 
When the studio becomes an overwhelming place for artists, it may be time to apply some constraints to your creative process. Constraints are often viewed as things that limit options within our art practice. However, they can be the key to freedom and creativity in our work. On this episode, I’m giving you an inside look at the constraints I’ve pl…
 
A lot of artists struggle with finding their voice. To the point that some believe they don’t have one at all. This is absolutely false! Every artist has a voice, and I want to help you find it. On this episode, we’ll dive into what our voice looks like and how to listen to it, cultivating awe in your art practice, and the results you get from find…
 
Gavin Snider finds stillness in the busy streets of New York. He talks about growing up in Kansas, drawing with his twin brother Grant (cartoonist of Incidental Comics) and the decision to become an architect. We learn about how Gavin came to New York city, how he began to paint his world, and what it is like to paint the most iconic city in the wo…
 
So many artists desire both clarity and focus in their art practice. We yearn for a practice that is stable, dependable, and free of distractions and confusion. Yet often, that is far easier said than done. On this episode, I’ll show you how to gain greater clarity and focus in your art practice so that you can focus all of your energy on the art y…
 
IN this video we talk about how we see and how our brain works. also, do you give up on a painting? oil out paintings are also discussed, we also show how to make shortcuts on correcting your art. and When is a painting done, a question that every artist should know. Go to my website www.StefanBaumann.com for a free book on painting Call me if you …
 
So many artists (and humans) struggle with the opinions of others. Having an unhealthy view of external opinions can negatively impact your art practice. And your life ! In this episode, I discuss why other people's thoughts matter, the unhelpful ways we think about other people's opinions and strategies for breaking the cycle. Outline of This Epis…
 
Malaysia-based Alvin Chong talks about finding his way back to art as an adult after deciding to become a tattoo artist. This conversation is about the value of chasing your curiosity, and having the courage to chart your own path. 🖊 Find Alvin’s work on IG or check out links to his work. ⛳️ Follow SneakyArt on IG, Twitter, and TikTok. 📭 Read the s…
 
When we change one thought in any area of our thinking it changes everything else. The more I think about this principle the more I begin to question what is possible through my art and creativity. On this episode, we’re going to talk more about negative underlying beliefs and how choosing our beliefs on purpose is a powerful habit for our art prac…
 
One of the most important habits you can have is trusting your decisions. We often look at the outcome of a decision to determine whether or not the choice was good or bad. And we use that metric to determine how much we can trust ourselves. But what if I told you that the quality of a decision has nothing to do with the outcome? On this episode, I…
 
In the Podcast Stefan Baumann Talks with his students about "How to framd your paintings" and some good advice about paintings like focal points and so on that will make a difference in your art and observation. Get a free Book at his website www.StefanBaumann.com Support the showBy Stefan Baumann
 
Montreal-based artist Marc Taro Holmes (Citizen Sketcher) speaks about two art challenges organizes for thousands of artists around the world - “OneWeek100People” and “30x30 Direct Watercolor”. They discuss the value of compounding good ideas through a daily practice, and the benefits of participating with an online community. This episode releases…
 
Just like our paintings, we have visions for how we think our art journey should turn out and who we want to be as an artist. In order to achieve our full potential, we need to learn how to have our own backs and be our greatest advocates. On this episode, I’ll discuss how to shut down negative self-talk while maintaining high standards and embraci…
 
Matthew Cruickshank (Art Director at Google Doodles) speaks about his sketchbook-ing road-trip down historic Route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles to create a … doodle! The question that drives the conversation is this - How far will a Doodler go for a Google Doodle? The answer ~2500 miles! But another answer - hundreds of pages of sketchbook drawin…
 
Getting commissioned to create a piece of art for someone can be an incredibly validating experience. Finally, all of your hard work has paid off. All you have to do now is iron out the details and paint the painting, right? Unfortunately, creating commissioned artwork is not always that easy. On this episode, I’ll dive into an often-overlooked obs…
 
In This Podcast, Connecting with your viewer, Focal points, and Making Prints of your paintings. Stefan Baumann discusses with his class over a zoom call, How to Connect with your viewer or collector by stressing the use of focal to create a bigger impact and larger connection with your art. Get a free Book at his website www.StefanBaumann.com. Sup…
 
Mike Shisler speaks about leaving home and career to cycle across the US, work as an artist, and live out of a van. Next week, Mike begins a 4000mi bike-packing trip from the northern tip of Alaska to San Diego, California. He speaks about the incredible physical and mental endurance required for the solo journey, and his plan to make a painting ev…
 
The second half of the conversation with Florida-based artist, educator, author and architect James Richards, about traveling the world as an architect and as an educator, the concept of “stealing like an artist”, and Jim’s decision to pick creativity and autonomy at various stages of his professional life. “To invent your own life’s meaning is not…
 
Have you ever thought about what it means to YOU to be an artist? Do you have a good grasp of your identity? I invite you to gain clarity on how you define that for yourself so you can have more confidence in your studio. On this episode, we will explore our self-concept and take a deeper look at why the way we see ourselves matters so much to our …
 
What's in a Name? How to make your mark in the art and painting world. In This Podcast, Stefan Baumann talks with his students about how to market your art, focusing on Branding your name from start to finish. Listen to how he shares his knowledge, of over 40 years in the art market,t and shares secrets to his students about how to make your art st…
 
On his website, James Richard says - "I never saw myself as Monet in the studio. I wanted to be Anthony Bourdain with a sketchbook." What was the meaning of art in James’ life? How far was Monet, and the world of fine art, from the world in which he grew up? What did it mean to be like Anthony Bourdain … but with a sketchbook? In many ways, this co…
 
Does your art practice feel limited? Is your mindset preventing you from achieving your full potential as an artist? Our possibilities are determined by the kinds of stories we tell about our art. On this episode, I’ll teach you how to notice the negative stories that keep you from the art practice you want. Outline of This Episode [1:22] Why our s…
 
After completing “30 Days of Vancouver”, Nishant looks back at the goals of this self-imposed drawing challenge and considers the lessons he has learned from drawing everyday. He speaks about conversations with Sandi Hester (Ep 38 & 39) and David Morales (Ep 37) that led to the decision to undertake this challenge, the compounding value of good hab…
 
Is your art studio a place of peace or chaos? How do we intentionally create a sense of ease in our art practice? On this episode, I’ll take a deep dive into how you can bring that ease into the studio, why "hard" work is over rated, and the benefits of bringing fun, curiosity, and playfulness into our art practice. Outline of This Episode [0:57] W…
 
Singapore-based comic artist Don Low talks about taking the leap from an engineering career to becoming a full-time creative. He shares stories from his lifelong journey of self-education and explains the role of urban sketching in his work. Find his work on Instagram and visit his website. The episode begins with Nishant sharing his plans after th…
 
Is there a general path to success when it comes to our art? I’ve come to embrace that success is determined by how we grow and evolve as artists. On this episode, I’ll dive into what that looks like, the role each side of our brain plays in the process, and how to overcome the need for linear success. Outline of This Episode [1:15] Why we think we…
 
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