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Savvy Painter is a bi-weekly podcast for artists who mean business. Antrese Wood talks to expert painters 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? Savvy Painter digs deep into the struggles and successes of contemporary painters. Artists spend enormous amounts of time alone in their studios. It's easy for them to believe their challenges are ...
 
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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Because of COVID, our world has changed. How will that affect your ability to sell paintings? How will that affect the hundreds of plein air events? Eric Rhoads hosted a webinar with Kelly Kane, Cherie Dawn Haas, and Anne Weiler Brown for this week's podcast. – Pastel Live: – Eric Rhoads on Instagram: – Eric Rhoads on Facebook: – Sunday Coffee: – P…
 
Where are you on your creative journey? Do you have the right pieces in place yet or are you still trying to figure things out? If you feel like this last year or so has taken you through the wringer, you are not alone! Many of us are just now starting to get our bearings back after a year of isolation and adjustment. Here to help us navigate throu…
 
In this episode, I speak with Roisin Cure, an urban sketcher and illustrator living in Galway, Ireland. We talk about learning to draw from comic books, and the ways that urban sketching has transformed her art and her approach to life. I enjoy Roisin's work for the unique illustration style and for her focus on human activity. People are the subje…
 
When was the last time you really stopped and paid attention to your surroundings? As an artist, I have spent years training my eyes to pay attention to shapes, colors, and so many other aspects of the visual arts that listening to my surroundings was never a top priority. What can we learn from our surroundings when we deliberately slow down and b…
 
In this episode, I speak with Gabi Campanario, sketch-journalist at the Seattle Times and founder of the Urban Sketchers organization. Everyone in the urban-sketchers community knows or knows about Gabi, but often only in the role of being the founder. As I researched this episode, I realized it would be a disservice to speak to him only about this…
 
If you were to sum up your creative career in a phrase or theme, what would it be? Has your style evolved over the years in little ways or in large shifts? If you are one of those artists that like to experiment and likes to play around and maybe feels like you are bouncing around a bit and dipping your paintbrush into many different genres of art,…
 
Eric Rhoads interviews Shawn Dell Joyce on how artists can help preserve farms and rural areas; how to encourage others to paint outdoors; tips for painting Fall colors; and more! Visit to listen to all episodes. This podcast has been rated #1 in the world via Feedspot's 2021 Top 15 Painting Podcasts list (https://blog.feedspot.com/painting_podcast…
 
In this episode of the SneakyArt Podcast, I spoke with British artist George Butler, who makes ink/watercolor drawings of people in conflict-zones and refugee camps all over the world. His latest book (Drawn Across Borders) tells the migration stories of 12 individuals, compiled from travels over the past decade. Modern reasons for migration, legal…
 
In this episode Eric Rhoads interviews British artist James Willis on painting buildings and cityscapes, art history, and more. Listen as they discuss: - How he left his career in accounting to become a full-time artist - News of his upcoming show in Hitchin, England and his forthcoming instructional book on painting buildings in oil - Insights on …
 
What helps you bring your full and authentic self to your time in your studio? Are there certain activities or habits that help you get in the right mindset to start your day and get those creative juices flowing? If you’ve been around the Savvy Painter community for very long, you know that I am a huge fan of meditation and mindfulness. I have see…
 
I speak with Sydney-based urban-sketcher Liz Steel about the different ways she makes her art look effortless and spontaneous. Liz took a big leap of faith in her professional life - quitting a career in architecture to become a full-time artist and educator. What does she carry from her education and experience that informs her art today? How does…
 
What is it that catches your eye when you are determining what to paint? Do you look for color that speaks to you, are you drawn to certain subjects or locations? Growing up in Australia, Mary Tonkin quickly became enamored with, “The bush” - a term mostly used in the English vernacular of Australia and New Zealand where it is largely synonymous wi…
 
In this podcast, Stefan Baumann discusses with one of his students how artists has rules or keys that improve artist paintings. Most of these keys vary from artist to artist and in this introduction Baumann reveals some of his 12 keys and the thoughts behind why he has chosen them. Stefan Baumann Artist of The Grand View PBS Television series discu…
 
I speak with industrial designer Mike Daikubara about how the principles of design intersect with his passion for urban-sketching. In design it is said, form follows function. But how does that translate to art? We discuss this interplay in both directions. How does Mike’s education affect his urban-sketching? How does a regular sketching practice …
 
Eric Rhoads interviews Charles Muench, who says, "it's live and die with every canvas, live and die with every brush stroke." This podcast has been rated #1 in the world via Feedspot's 2021 Top 15 Painting Podcasts list (https://blog.feedspot.com/painting_podcasts/)! Visit to listen to all episodes. Related Links: – Charles Muench online: – Plein A…
 
When was the last time you encountered a painting that really moved you? What feelings did the painting evoke? Did your initial impression of the painting remain or change the more you pondered it? I love hearing stories from fellow artists who have found themselves entranced by or enamored with the artwork of their peers. On this special episode, …
 
Eric Rhoads interviews plein air painter and former production designer for DreamWorks Animation Mike Hernandez. Mike shares how he learned to channel his fear into creative energy and the related near-death experience that left him thinking, "What am I doing? I wanted to be an artist." This podcast has been rated #1 in the world via Feedspot's 202…
 
I speak with New York-based artist Sarah Nisbett, who has been sketching people on the subway for over 9 years. Her work is titled Drawn on the Way, which is an apt description for her art as well as this episode. Drawing on the subway means that Sarah is always racing against an invisible clock, because she never knows when a subject might leave. …
 
In this episode Eric Rhoads interviews contemporary American landscape painter Ben Bauer, who recently left his job to become a full-time artist. They key essentials to know about art materials; how painting in plein air changed his work; tips on composition; and more. This podcast has been rated #1 in the world via Feedspot's 2021 Top 15 Painting …
 
From Small Masterpieces to Grand Paintings done on location to Studio by Stefan Baumann In this Podcast Stefan Baumann Talks to one of his students about doing a studio painting from a plein air painting and whether it is a good idea. Stefan Baumann Artist of The Grand View PBS Television series discusses the importance of sharing your work with th…
 
The purpose of this episode is to look back at previous conversations and follow the threads of commonality that weave between them. I do not try to portray unique ideas, but ideas that we all have in response to obstacles we all face. In this way, I hope that the moments I have chosen will inspire you, bring confidence, and show you a way forward …
 
Eric Rhoads interviews Western artist John Coleman, who shares what, to him (and maybe to many successful artists), is the scariest thing in the world - it's not what you think. Related Links: – Plein Air Live: http://pleinairlive.com/ – Plein Air Salon: https://pleinairsalon.com/ – Plein Air Convention & Expo: https://pleinairconvention.com/ – Eri…
 
Have you struggled with integrating the various aspects of your day to day into a workflow that respects your responsibilities AND your passion for art? How do you avoid burning out and feeling like you’ve wasted too much of your life? If you’ve ever wondered if there was a way to truly bring your art to all aspects of your life - you’ve come to th…
 
Sometimes we can sabotage our creativity without even realizing it. We think we can buckle down or toughen up to just get it done. But what if there is a better way to inspire your creativity? What if you can create from a place of authentic joy without the drama? That's what we explore in this episode of the Savvy Painter podcast!…
 
How do you feel heading into 2021? Do you feel like you just need the clock to strike 12:01 am on January 1st, 2021 before you can even begin to hope for anything good? This has been a tough year, to say the least. But what if there was a way to acknowledge the struggle without letting it bog you down and rob you of your fun, joy, and passion for y…
 
I speak with Singapore-based educator and artist Paul Wang about the way he dances, using line and color, across the page. Paul finds art in the middle of urban chaos and he paints it with dramatic colors and meandering lines. His composition is informed by his education in interior design and theatre production. He tries to tell a story with every…
 
In this Podcast, Stefan Baumann discusses with one of his student about how much light does an artist need in his studio? the answer is surprising! Stefan Baumann Artist of The Grand View PBS Television series discusses the importance of sharing your work with the public. The best way to do that is to be part of an art show, but maybe my work is no…
 
In this interview with the artist Steven Walker, we explore how dedication, focus, and setting the right priorities creates an environment that empowers creativity and excellence in the studio. What grounds you in the chaos that life throws your way? Is your painting what grounds you and keeps you headed in the right direction? Maybe for you, it’s …
 
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