After a hurricane of a career in advertising, my guest Daiga Atvara is enjoying creative solitude and focusing her energy on explorations of natural pigments. In this episode, we are talking about her alchemic experiments, obsession with asteroids and other things.
scott b. davis is an artist and founder of Medium Photo, a non-profit organization that produces workshops, exhibitions, artist lectures, and an annual festival for emerging and established fine art photographers.
Sometimes, it seems like the artists who have reached financial success know a secret. Simon Bull is one of them and I’m very happy that he was open to discussing his art career on the podcast!
Marianela de la Hoz is expressing her thoughts about the world through her highly detailed egg tempera paintings in a way that you can’t ignore
Annie Buckley, an artist, educator, and founder of the Prison Arts Collective – another amazing art non-profit in San Diego that changes lives for the better
Narrated by a young journalist from India, the movie follows 5 connected stories of young people who against all odds are transforming their lives and the lives of those around them.
“I myself am differently abled and it has left me with both physical and mental scars. There are points in my life where I felt ashamed of my differences, but now I am starting to come to peace with myself” — Rose Brawn
Good Things Vending. Chicago artist Steph Krim on being a mom, running an art vending business, and helping local artists
The majority of her work is created with women empowerment in mind. Through her work, Gala Semenova is voicing social, cultural, and personal challenges most women encounter on a daily basis without being heard or understood.