Sam Tufnell

Episode 185: Today I talk to New York sculptor, Sam Tufnell about his unique sculptures, his process, living in different places, galleries opening up after CoVid & his upcoming show at the Five Myles gallery in Brooklyn on June 5th, 2021. This was so fun!

Stormcatcher Installation with IV Gallery, 2020. Volta, NY.
Stormcatcher Installation detail with IV Gallery, 2020. Volta, NY.

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Kimberli Esther Art

Episode 184: Today I talk to Kimberli Spolar of Kimberli Esther Art. We talk angels, Starbucks, quarantine blessings, fashion, and much more.

Angel Psalm 91:11

Light Drives Out Darkness
Miracles 1 & 2

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Grayson Dewyer

Episode 183: Today I talk with Charlotte artist and serial entrepreneur, Grayson Dewyer. I met her on my neighborhood Nextdoor page during a discussion about Acrylic Pour Art. Some neighbors had started doing it as a means to keep busy during quarantine. Grayson commented, Pour Art is what got me back into art and enabled me to start my own business. I knew I had to talk with her. She’s still finding her niche, which is what’s so exciting!

Abstract face painting
Floral Pistol

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Laura Jane Petelko

Episode 182: Today I talk to Canadian artist, Laura Jane Petelko. Her work explores the psychology of our connectedness, self image & times of transformation. We talk about her Endless Gone and Soft Stories series. These pictures are from her Soft Stories series.

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David Ruggeri

Episode 181: Today I talk to St. Louis professor-turned-artist, David Ruggeri. You can’t help but be drawn to his eye-catching patterns, with bold texture, that you just want to touch. We talk about his inspiration, juggling careers, his passion for wildlife, St. Louis, & much more…

36” X 36”

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Jim Rennert

Episode 180: Today I chat with MONUMENTAL sculptor, Jim Rennert from NYC. I was so intrigued with his lifesize sculptures that I had to find out more. How did he get into this? How long does it take to create one of these? Who are his customers? Listen to find out…

Think Big
Photo by 62021002614/CAPEHART Taken on Thursday, January 16, 2020. Copyright Capehart Photography 2020

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My chat with EOF’s John Lee Dumas

Episode 179: Today I chat with the host of the Entrepreneurs on Fire podcast, John Lee Dumas. Artists are entrepreneurs, so I thought he could share some great insights. I”m not really sure what I had originally intended to ask him, but I decided at the last minute to ask him about something i’m struggling with: getting into the CEO or Entrepreneur mindset and I’m really glad I did. Hopefully, you’ll find it as helpful as I did.

He’s also just released his new book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success, which is a modern day version of Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich, with a 17-step roadmap to financial freedom and fulfillment. There is a link at the bottom of the post to purchase.

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XX- The Latchkey Gallery

Episode 178: Today I talk with Natalie Kates and Amanda Uribe of the Latchkey Gallery. We talk about the XX exhibition, which consists of 6 female Hispanic artists, who work in Geometric Abstraction. Beverly Acha, C.J. Chueca, Edra Soto, Ivelisse Jimenez, Marisol Martinez and Victoria Martinez. It sounds and looks amazing!

Victoria Martinez, Her Floating Coffin installation

Edra Soto, Casas-Islas

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My chat with NYC Filmmaker, Brian Scott Mednick

Episode 177: Today I talk to filmmaker and author, Brian Scott Mednick about the art of filmmaking. I connected with him after sending a mass email to which he replied, excuse me, who are you? We talk about idols, divas, researching a book without the internet, rejections…. Oh, and somehow, I get Woody Harrelson and Woody Allen confused. It is a truly inspirational chat.

Gene Wilder: Funny and Sad

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Shahin Zonoozi

Episode 176: Today I chat with Shahin Zonoozi who is an Austin-based artist. He was actually my first manager at Starbucks when I started years ago. He is now living a new life in Texas, making fabulous art. It was great catching up with him. He is such a refreshing personality and his art reflects it. We talk about selling Ferraris, his inspiration, living in different states, his process, and why he needs to get a website, among other things.

All images c. Shahin Zonoozi

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