My chat with Elizabeth Rohrbaugh turned out to be one of the most inspiring conversations I’ve had this year! She shares way more of her story in this episode of our art podcast than she does on her website.
I’m personally very excited about this conversation because I feel like I’ve known Allison for at least a few years. I’ve been following her work for a while and I’ve even stolen some of her work for my art classes and she was totally cool with it (that’s how awesome she is!)
Christy de Witt is a big fan of fairy tails. No, no, not those sugar-coated Disney versions of the fairy tails but the real ones that have deep roots in hundreds and hundreds of years of European culture. Grim, scary, ugly but so… human.
I’m so honored to have Sergio Gomez in my virtual studio for this episode! Many of you know him as an amazing artist, curator, and art business coach.
Amazingly creative and whole-hearted human being, Ezerd is like a weird little planet that attracts other artists and builds a community in its orbit. Their life and art journey is full of crazy and hilarious stories!
After 3 years of hard work, Candice – aka Candiche – is a successful artpreneur. She graciously agreed to share her experience and knowledge about running a successful art business on our podcast.
A collaboration with another art podcast, Behind The Art Inspiration and its host, romantic expressionist painter Caroline Karp
“Today, my pottery has taken the spotlight, but it is funding my mission to reduce textile waste in the world. Let’s see where this goes.” – Diana Adams
During the pandemic, we all have adjusted our life and work situations to be completely virtual. In this episode, I invited Wendy Garfinkel, an accomplished fine art photographer, and Astrid Kallsen, a professional model to talk about the remote studio photoshoots.