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Savvy Painter is a bi-weekly podcast for artists who mean business. Antrese Wood talks to expert painters about the business of art and how it gets created. Want to know how leaders in the fine art world of plein-air and landscape painting got their start? What habits do top artists have in common? Savvy Painter digs deep into the struggles and successes of contemporary painters. Artists spend enormous amounts of time alone in their studios. It's easy for them to believe their challenges are ...
 
Do you live for the hunt? Do you eat, breathe, & sleep pop culture, fine art, & antiques – or do you just want to know more? Do comic books keep you up at night, do all those unloved antiques keep you tossing and turning, is that dusty old portrait or modern abstract flashing before you when you close your eyes? Is it because they might be worth something, or because they might be worthless… and you just don’t know? Whether collecting & selling as a career or a hobby, find out what’s hot and ...
 
The PaintingLoft Podcast is about the "Dark Art" community. Exhibitions, Artists, Techniques, Ideas, Scandals & Crimes and all the things worth talking about in the realm the two host participate in. Jessica Perner (Ward) and Scott Holloway are both artists exhibiting their work globally in the field of art that doesn't truly have a title but is widely accepted as "Dark Art". It is also occasionally called Surrealism, Dark Surrealism, Lowbrow, Outsider, etc.
 
The podcast for the oddballs and misfits of the world trying to turn their creative passions into legitimate careers. Here, we discuss everything about creative professions; both the artistic side AND the business side. You'll learn how to produce your very best work on a consistent basis, how to grow your social media following, how to create passive income streams, and how to streamline you're dream business. Also join us for our DD ("Deep Dive") episodes where our guests go far more in-de ...
 
Are fear and procrastination keeping you from making progress in your art business? Artists Laura Lee Griffin and Nikki May believe strongly in the power of community, accountability, following your intuition, taking small actionable steps, and breaking down the barriers that keep you "stuck". The Startist Society will inspire you to stop getting in your own way and start building an art biz and life that you love. Follow along with us on our creative business journey as we encourage you on ...
 
From the creators of ARC interviews + The Experience // ARC an annual conference in Canada, our aim at The ARC Creative Podcast is to expose our listeners to creative insight from photographers + creatives from various fields and backgrounds. We believe in helping to establish environments that foster creativity & social connections. We believe that learning from others and expanding our circle of influence can bring our community clarity, happiness, and joy through creativity.
 
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Flute 360 | E153: “Podcasting: An Entrepreneurial Opportunity for the Modern-Day Musician,” Part 2 In today’s episode, Heidi talks about the logistics and benefits to podcasting. She walks you through why someone would start a podcast, the equipment, the podcast’s theme, and the benefits to podcasting. Podcasters utilize this platform to share targ…
 
Flute 360 | E152: “Podcasting: An Entrepreneurial Opportunity for the Modern-Day Musician,” Part 1 In today’s episode, Heidi talks about the logistics and benefits to podcasting. She walks you through why someone would start a podcast, the equipment, the podcast’s theme, and the benefits to podcasting. Podcasters utilize this platform to share targ…
 
Flute 360 | E151: “A Flute 360 Update!” In today’s episode, Heidi shares a Flute 360 Podcast update! There are some exciting new connections being made and from these unions, new opportunities are upon us! Please join us this upcoming week with two book viewing parties! The first book party is Sunday, March 07, 2021 at 12:00 P.M./CST/USA with Berli…
 
Andy catches up with family portrait photographer, past guest and friend of the show Pieter Claerhout about how 2020/21 has unfolded for him with work, family and (of course) photography. LINKS Pieter's site: https://www.jono-fotografie.be/ Andy's site: https://andymcsweeney.com/ Andy's Youtube: https://youtube.com/andymcphoto…
 
When was the last time you encountered a painting that really moved you? What feelings did the painting evoke? Did your initial impression of the painting remain or change the more you pondered it? I love hearing stories from fellow artists who have found themselves entranced by or enamored with the artwork of their peers. On this special episode, …
 
Creating art is no easy feat when adversity strikes. If you can find a way to create anyway, you can channel that adversity into powerful photographs... Show Notes: https://moneymakerphotography.com/using-adversity-to-your-advantage/ Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://moneymakerphotography.com/podcast Weekly Giveaways: https://mone…
 
Laura and Nikki talk about mental health, specifically about what happens when you get into a creative funk, feeling uninspired or unmotivated to create. They discuss how this shows up for each of them and some different approaches you can take to try to get past it. TOPICS DISCUSSED: The impact of isolation during a pandemic (0:57) How creative fu…
 
Tori interviews fellow flutist and Chicago-Houston transplant Tyler Martin on life at one of the United States' top orchestral training institutions during the pandemic. They also dig into how his experiences of the past year have broadened Tyler's mindset on new possibilities for his career path. Besides doing his second masters at Rice, Tyler is …
 
Travis, Kyle and Kevin welcome back Megan Berto from Altered Reality Entertainment to chat about the weird current situation we are in without any comic book conventions! How long will it be until Comic-Con is able to be held again safely and what will these conventions look like when it finally happens? Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp and Kevi…
 
Flute 360 | E150: “An Interview with Jennifer Gunn!” In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Jennifer Gunn who is an educator and the piccoloist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra! Jennifer shares with us her orchestral career, her recently endowed piccolo chair, her recent guest appearance with the Mid-Atlantic Flute Festival, and much more! You don’t…
 
In this episode we talk about the oldest mummies in the world are NOT in Egypt. An Egyptian painting of a goose may be that of an extinct species. Edvard Munch wrote on his "The Scream" painting. Vancian beads are found in Alaska dating back decades before Christopher Columbus. Other things we talked about were twisting my angle, how to pronounce M…
 
Andy has a long and wide chat with accomplished portrait photographer, instructor and all around top fella Frank Doorhof on shared love of bikes and comics before hitting hard into the camera and photo talk of all kinds. See index & times below... https://frankdoorhof.com https://youtube.com/frankdoorhof https://andymcsweeney.com https://youtube.co…
 
Classical works teach us that art has timeless value—and that includes photography. This is why we spend time with images in order to fully understand them. Show Notes: https://moneymakerphotography.com/art-is-timeless/ Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://moneymakerphotography.com/podcast Weekly Giveaways: https://moneymakerphotogra…
 
Nikki and Laura are excited to introduce you to startist, Trupti Karjinni! Trupti is an internationally-recognized artist and creative entrepreneur from Belgaum, India. She wears the hats of a painter, paintmaker, and educator. She is the creator of Thrive With Trupti, a membership and community where she teaches watercolor enthusiasts the skills a…
 
In this episode, Tori shares some backstory about her relationship with money at the end of her time as a student and just getting started as a flute lesson teacher in Texas. Listen for some tips to help you change your relationship with money, ditch the starving artist mindset, and get out of debt! In this episode: Being unemployed as a recent mus…
 
Travis, James and Kevin welcome back Joel Bohy, Director of Historic Arms and Militaria at Bruneau and Co., to discuss one of his latest projects... researching a 700 lb. bronze cannon of previously unknown origin. Learn more about how this Russian cannon from The Crimean War made its way to Lynn, Massachusetts, how John E. Gowen helped to recover …
 
Flute 360 | E149: “An Interview with Nicola Mazzanti!” In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Nicola Mazzanti who is an international performer, educator, and author! Nicola talks about his musical background, piccolo repertoire, his piccolo book, and much more! Listen until the end to hear Mazzanti’s book recommendation in PICKS! Finally, please do …
 
In this episode we have a crossover episode with our good friend Shane Izykowski who has the very cool podcast called Drawing From Experience. If you haven't heard about it go check it out. I did not participate in this episode basically because I dropped the ball on my scheduling and I take full blame for that but it was great to hear so much abou…
 
Andy catches up with past guest of the show, photographer, Olympus educator, instructor and all around top cat Rob Knight on how 2020-1 unfolded in his photo life. Links: Rob's Site: robknightphotography.com Creative Immersion Photography: creative-immersion-photography.mn.co Andy’s Site: andymcsweeney.com Andy's Youtube: youtube.com/andymcphoto Ph…
 
Nikki and Laura discuss the challenges that introverts face in developing their art business and offer some tips to help. TOPICS DISCUSSED What does it mean to be an introvert or extrovert? (0:48) What if you're both? (1:54) How do you know which you are? (5:00) How does being one or the other impact your art business? (7:03) Laura shares a story a…
 
Travis, James, and Kevin are discussing the tricky trends of furniture! Furniture is a strange market that was forever effected by the financial turmoil of 2008 and the guys share their tales of scores in losses in such a turbulent field. Learn more about the 2nd market furniture world, furniture nazis and the time Kevin did a favor for the Catholi…
 
Originally from Australia, Jess Voigt Page is an Austin, TX-based classical saxophonist, teacher, performer, and coach. She is on faculty at Baylor University and is president-elect of NASA (North American Saxophone Alliance). Jess’ “three-ish-minute thursday” Youtube videos cover a variety of bite-sized topics pertinent to creating your own music …
 
Flute 360 | E148: “An Interview with Amy Taylor!” In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Amy Taylor who is a flutist and piccoloist with the San Diego Symphony Orchestra! Listen to Amy’s courageous path from childhood health issues to winning a prestigious orchestral job years later! She also talks about her favorite piccolo alternate fingerings, rep…
 
In this episode we talk about two mummies found with golden tongues. We also talk about other mummies covered with a strange "Black Goo". Another story about graves and other relics found at Stone Henge. And finally there is a story about a metal detecting enthusiast that found the missing centerpiece of Henry VIII's crown. Other things we talked a…
 
Andy talks to prolific author, educator and music lover Rick Sammon about situational awareness & engaging as an instructor, the Beatles and practice practice practice, not to mention his Photo Therapy & Photo Quest book among other riffs and bits of conversation. LINKS: Rick's site: ricksammon.com Rick's Photo Therapy Group on Facebook: https://ww…
 
Laura and Nikki talk about whether or not it’s necessary to go to art school to be a professional artist. They share their different experiences related to art school and other types of art and creative business education. TOPICS DISCUSSED Nikki’s art school experience (1:29) Individual Teacher’s Online classes (7:17) Free mini-courses/lessons (10:…
 
Travis, James and Kevin welcome Kevin's old friend Billy Dawson! With the explosion of GameStop stock thanks to Reddit, there have other effects in other areas in the market including silver trading (Billy's specialty). Learn more about silver price fluctuations, what costs to consider when selling your silver and how the IRS can (and does) tracks …
 
Flute 360 | E147: “An Interview with Erica Peel!” In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Erica Peel who is on faculty at the Peabody Institute and the piccoloist of the Philadelphia Orchestra! Erica talks about her orchestral journey throughout the country from the West to the East. She talks about time management, playing with the Philadelphia Orche…
 
This week and as we settle in to a season of interviews on the show: Andy catches up with past guest Valerie Jardin to see how 2020 and '21 has unfolded, from cancelled workshops to personal and creative inspirations to a new addition to the Jardin family. The first of a new segment ("Catching up in '21 with...") to see how past guests are holding …
 
It’s easy to create a cookie cutter website with templates. But when art is supposed to be uniquely ours, shouldn’t we display it on unique websites, too? Show Notes: https://moneymakerphotography.com/cookie-cutter-websites/ Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://moneymakerphotography.com/podcast Weekly Giveaways: https://moneymakerpho…
 
Laura and Nikki admit their art supply addiction, talk about some of their favorite supplies, discuss how to deal with supply overwhelm, and commit to embarrassing themselves with photos of their ridiculous collections! They give some advice they really need to learn to take themselves. Laura and Nikki admit to being art supply addicts (0:50) Laura…
 
SPOILER ALERT! This episode uses the word a**. Also, this is NOT a step-by-step guide on how to get rich quick! This week we are talking about some mental blocks that might be holding you back from making more money as a musician during a pandemic. Things to listen for: Journaling-- yay or nay? Discontent-- what it is and why we feel it Whole-a**in…
 
Flute 360 | E146: “An Interview with Adam Workman & Erica Schiller – The President & Vice President of Flutistry Boston!” In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Adam Workman and Erica Schiller from Flutistry Boston! Adam and Erica walk us through their amazing life’s journey from their studies to founding and managing Flutistry. Listen to what Adam d…
 
In this episode we talk about Muslim Scholars trying to halt the display of Egyptian mummies by claiming it is against their religion. Van Arno, a major artist in our field passes away. We also talk about Miniature portrait of cross-dressing French king found in the UK. A Botticelli portrait sold at auction. A museum in Albuquerque will be hosting …
 
There are many techniques, like overexposure, that can look like mistakes when they’re not done right. Here’s how to use them so they look purposeful! Show Notes: https://moneymakerphotography.com/deliberate-mistakes Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://moneymakerphotography.com/podcast Weekly Giveaways: https://moneymakerphotography…
 
Jack Sommerville Rain, that’s all Exhibited at Stallmann 16 February - 16 March 2021 Schillerstraße 70 10627 Berlin In presenting an array of Jack Sommerville’s latest work, Stallmann debuts its own vision and place within the art world. The title of the show «Rain, that’s all» directly links to Jack’s latest experience: On his way to look at his n…
 
Andy continues his chat with concert photographer Nathan Dobbelaere beyond C.R.A.P. (episode 40, here) and digs into how he found photography through family, a side hustle in shooting internationally, the joy and pain of socials, and of course some gear talk and settings. Nathan's site: nathandobbelaere.com/ Nathan on Facebook: facebook.com/natecon…
 
Have you struggled with integrating the various aspects of your day to day into a workflow that respects your responsibilities AND your passion for art? How do you avoid burning out and feeling like you’ve wasted too much of your life? If you’ve ever wondered if there was a way to truly bring your art to all aspects of your life - you’ve come to th…
 
Laura and Nikki are thrilled to introduce you to their first Startist Society guest, Shannon McNab! Shannon McNab is a left-handed, left-brained surface designer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her love of both art and numbers has allowed her to license and sell over 75 designs in just the past 4 years, working with brands like Party City, Cl…
 
Travis, James and Kevin welcome in friend of the show and collector Justin Wanamaker to discuss the world of modern toy collecting! 13 years ago, Justin gave up his day job to chase his dream of turning his passion into a business and selling all sorts of modern and vintage toys including Transformers and GI Joe. Learn more about how he looks to se…
 
This week, Tori speaks with Austin Pancner of The Functional Musician about the importance of exercise, nutrition, and meditation when recovering from a performance-related injury. Austin is a bass trombonist, personal trainer, and nutritionist finishing his DMA at Indiana University. He is also the founder of The Functional Musician, who's Holisti…
 
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