Episode 550: She’s a muralist…She’s a painter… She’s a teacher. Bree Stallings has done two residencies since we last spoke, before CoVid. One in Ireland and one in France. She talks about her travels and using art to transform her pain; such that when you acquire one of the pieces from her current exhibition, wrought in fire, you now possess a piece of her peace.
Episode 549: Today I talk to painter Daniella Norton…all the way in the UK. [In Brighton]. I found Daniella on Instagram. She’s fabulous! She’s got a sort of abstract/surrealist style…with a bit of realism mixed in. She takes influences and inspiration from travel, books, and art history for her pieces.
Episode 549: Listen to my chat with American painter in Ireland, Lee Welch. Lee has exhibited his paintings in the Hugh Lane gallery. I was able to see one of his pieces here in the states with his mom. He’s got a fabulous style! Check out his Insta.
Episode 549: I met Swedish painter, Mattledo on Instagram. He was a pretty early follower of my podcast and I LOVED his art. It took me a while to convince him to come on the show. [He was nervous about his English: but seriously, he does GREAT!!] He talks about what it’s like in Sweden, creating, and his inspirations.
Episode 547: Today I talk to NC ceramicist and sculptor, Allison Luce. I met Allison at The Garden of Earthly Delights exhibition at the Lexicon Gallery, where I saw her beautiful flowers. I knew I had to get her on the pod. She talks about her background in art and how she came to be a sculptor, her inspirations, and her process.
Epidsode 546: Today I chat with Chicago artist, Leah Gardner. Leah started painting during the pandemic, after she was laid off from her job in marketing. It’s a very inspirational story about putting in the work, learning the skills and creating a thriving business out of necessity in uncertain times.
Episode 545: Today I talk to Serbian artist, Dr. Radmila Urosevic. She lives in Paris, but I caught her on holiday in Serbia at her parents house. She just got her doctorate in Visual Arts last month! She talks about her maps, her jewelry she makes with acrylic paint, and her French blog Peinture Space.
Episode 546: A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of going to the Synchronicity exhibition at the Carillon Tower. It featured painter Stephanie Neeley and photographer, Stephanie W. Tomey. It was curated by Larry Elder. Their works just played so well off of each other. I was able to catch Stephanie W. Tomey to talk about it.
Episode 543: Today I chat with Peruvian artist, Gonzalo Hernandez and Natalie Kates, of Kates-Ferri Projects. We talk about the We Will Have to Tear Down These Walls exhibition, which investigates labor and the Capitalist’s impact on society. It goes until May 20, 2023. See it while you can. My listeners get a discount if you mention me!!!!!