Episode 162: Today I talk to Austin-based artist, Denise Prince, who does these fabulous photographs. She’s really created a unique brand for herself. We talk about her Captivating not Captive project, which has encompassed her last 10 years. She was so fun to talk to. Take a listen to find out what’s behind the art.
Episode 163: Today I talk to Christina Steward, an Atlanta-based artist. We have such an inspiring chat! She was a computer programmer until she felt an intense creative calling. So she made the switch to full-time artist and hasn’t looked back since. Since then, her work has gone through several incarnations, from painting/drawing to jewelry to knitting/ pattern designing.
Episode 160: Today I talk to L.A. collage artist Dale Voelker, who I discovered on Saatchi.com. I was drawn in by his colorful art mixed with text. When I found out he owned a graphic design studio, I knew I had to talk to him. We talk about the line between corporate and fine art, among other things.
Episode 161: Today I talk to Andrea Downs, who is here, in Charlotte. She created the Airing Out the “Dirty” Laundry installation, that is currently at the Mint Museum of Charlotte. But Airing Out the “Dirty” Laundry is also an ongoing community art movement that responds to the silencing of women. Both create space to share experiences through visual storytelling. This installation is the collective voices of nearly 400 “Laundry Day” participants that have chosen to share their visual narratives.
Episode 157: Today I talk with Chase Langford who is an independent artist in LA. His background in cartography influences his paintings. He likes to call it Geographic Expression. Chase is represented by several galleries in the U.S., including Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art in Charlotte, NC.
Featured Image: Sea Point Green, 2008, oil on canvas, 36 x 84 in. Collection of David Stamper & Ted McNamara
Episode 156: Today I talk to DeNeer Davis, onsite at her mural at Graham Street Station. We talk about all the recent projects she’s doing. She talks about the importance of “doing the work” & being a blessing on purpose.
Episode 155: Today I talk to Atlanta-based artist, Jane Boutwell. We talk about her new collection, Signs of Life, her new membership program, The Growing Creative Fellowship, new ventures, & a whole lot more!
Episode 154: Today I talk to Stephanie Plunkett, Deputy Director and Chief Curator at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA. We talk about the Imagining Freedom traveling exhibition. It was so great to learn about this timeless artist whose work I remember from a very young age.
Episode 153: Today I talk to Casey Shannon. She’s had quite a career in art; creating & teaching, alike. She turned a possibly crippling event into a rebirth. She’s a fabulous Sumi Artist, who paints the sound of clapping with one hand.