Jay’s biggest goal is to create as many economic opportunities for local artists as possible and change the narrative of making artists volunteer their time and talent because their work should be valued and compensated!
Ann Golumbuck is one of those people who exude so much positive energy that you can’t help but get inspired! In this episode, Ann is sharing a story about quitting her career in sports after being hit by a car and severely injured, and how that put her on a path of becoming a colorful, expressive, and highly sought-after artist.
As a Plein Air painter, Caroline Karp uses an expressionistic perspective to capture moments and places. Her paintings are known for their boldness and the intense emotion that comes with the creation process.
Sylvia Becker-Hill is a corporate executive coach, edutainer on international leadership stages, bestselling author, and founder of a boutique publishing house adding women’s stories to human history.
“I am only committed to following my inner visions and imagination, which seeks actualization. There is almost a sacred demand for attention as I work to spontaneously discover the colors, shapes and composition of the piece” – Ingrid Hoffmeister
Watercolor artist, photographer, and grassroots activist Jena Olson found her passion in non-profit operations
Applauded as “San Diego’s Best Local Contemporary Artist” by Modern Luxury magazine and “San Diego’s Most Colorful Personality” by CBS, Sarah Stieber’s vibrant figurative paintings have made a splash far beyond her SoCal roots.
Keeley Miller is a San Diego-based photographer specializing in boudoir portraits for women. Her mission as a photographer is more than just photography — it’s about creating an entire self-love experience that shows her clients as the works of art that they are, of all ages, all shapes, and all sizes.
Rie Takeda is a master of traditional Japanese calligraphy and a neo-Japonism artist. What does it mean? Well, it is complex and beautiful just like nearly everything in Japanese culture.