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Best Laura Boswell And Peter Keegan podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Laura Boswell And 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 ...
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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