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Best Pleinair podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Pleinair podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Savvy Painter is a weekly podcast for artists who mean business. Antrese Wood talks to experts in the field 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? Every week, we talk about representational painting, abstract art, alla prima painting, art competitions, art materials, watercolor, oil painting, how to get into an art gallery, how to succeed ...
 
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What does it take to hone your visual memory skills as an artist? Can you really build a successful business by selling your artwork? Isn’t (insert any age here) too old to get started as an artist? What am I supposed to do with all this time at home caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)? Thankfully, my guest, Lucy Kalian was kind enough to take the…
 
What type of magic happens in the artist’s studio? Is there some special formula that “Successful” artists use that helps them maximize their creativity and studio time? I wanted to take this opportunity to explore this critical topic with the vast spectrum of artists we have represented in the Savvy Painter community. From all over the country and…
 
In this episode Eric interviews master artist Daniel Sprick, who explains painting techniques such as linear perspective and more. "There's just no substitute for something done by hand,” says Sprick. “Whether it's material crafting, playing a musical instrument or painting a picture. It's just fundamentally satisfying for humans."…
 
When you approach the canvas do you find yourself trying to tell a story with your artwork? Do you think you are telling a story with your art whether you like it or not? Here to explore these questions and many more is my guest and fellow artist, Rob Rey. Rob’s artwork is often inspired by his interests in both natural sciences like astronomy and …
 
In this episode Eric interviews Tom Hughes, winner of the 2019 Plein Air Salon. Hughes shares how is life has changed since winning the annual Plein Air Salon in 2019; The moment "the heavens opened up" when he was looking at Winslow Homer paintings and he found inspiration in watercolor, then later transitioned to oil; How painting en plein air wi…
 
Webster’s Dictionary defines Resistance as, “an act or instance of resisting: opposition. b: a means of resisting. 2: the power or capacity to resist.” What comes to mind when you think about resistance? Do you start thinking about all the things that are giving your resistance in your life? Do you have a resistant family member? What about that pr…
 
As you look at your career as an artist, do you notice how much you’ve grown and changed over the years? What led to the big moments of growth and change for you? It was a joy to sit down with my guest and fellow artist, Shana Levenson. In our conversation, Shana opens up about her experience as an art instructor, how her children have influenced h…
 
Listen as Chuck Waldman shares: His physical experience with certain art materials, why he shied away from them, and what's changed since then; How he went from being a family practitioner for 20 years and then left the medical field, unsure of what he would do; The art materials he uses now and his thoughts on toning canvases, as well as painting …
 
If you are anything like me, you find yourself fighting back the feeling of overwhelm from time to time. What do you usually do when you start to feel overwhelmed? How do you cut through the usual complexity that life brings and find clarity? As we start the New Year, I wanted to take some time to go over some helpful tools and insights that I've g…
 
It is difficult to honestly talk about the most painful places of life - the times when cannot avoid facing our mortality or need to come to grips with our value as human beings. But in this conversation, Erin McGee Ferrell spoke about those issues with such ease that I was grateful. The ease with which she deals with those subjects is a testament …
 
Do you ever find yourself wondering why you feel like a square peg forced into a round hole when it comes to following art “Rules?” Is there something wrong with you, the system, gatekeepers, or all the above? I was thrilled to sit down and discuss this topic and much more with my friend, Michael McCaffrey. In our conversation, we also touch on his…
 
Eric Rhoads interviews representational landscape painter Mitch Baird, who shares how he handles painting greens (Hint: the first thing he looks for in a green subject is the color red); Choosing between painting for accuracy versus beauty; Historic artists (other than "the big ones) that have inspired him; The difference between Art and Fine Art; …
 
Can you think back to a point in your career where you started to appreciate the transformative power of art? Maybe for you, it was the first time you went to an art museum or that one art class that opened your eyes to a whole new world of possibilities. From early childhood experiences to forging his own path in the art world - my guest, Dean Mit…
 
In this PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads, you’ll be inspired by David Curtis, who is a member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. Essentially a "plein air" and figurative painter, working in both oil and watercolor, he is the author of numerous books and has work in collections all over the world.…
 
When was the last time you found yourself moved deep in the core of your being by a work of art or natural beauty? As an artist, you can appreciate the power that we have to draw on people’s perceptions and emotions. It was a pleasure to speak with the talented Nashville based landscape artist, Adam Hall. In our conversation, Adam was kind enough t…
 
Normally when I do these question and answer episodes, I get anywhere from 20 to 30 questions to ask my guest - for this topic - the questions numbered in the 100’s! Thankfully, Jake Hawley from Picture Salon was willing to take time out of his schedule to answer many of your questions here on the podcast. In our conversation, Jake touches on file …
 
As an artist, one of the hardest things you can do is to push past your limits and dive right into exploring creativity. Do you find pushing the boundaries of your abilities exciting or nerve-racking? My guest, Andy J. Pizza, is ready to explore this question and a whole lot more. In our conversation, Andy opens up about his creative journey, what …
 
Do you ever find yourself fascinated by the stories of artists who paint from sketch drawings? What do those artists look for when they sketch? How do they remember the right colors or where the light was coming from? Hoping to get some answers to these questions and a whole lot more, I was pleased to sit down with the artist, Tom Hughes. In our co…
 
When was the last time you really took a moment to slow down and notice your surroundings? Do you find that you are easily distracted by your cell phone notifications or the million other things demanding your attention? You aren’t alone! I’ve struggled with managing my distractions for years, so I was thrilled to hear my guest, Michelle Dunaway ad…
 
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