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Best Erika B Hess podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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I Like Your Work supports artists! Each week artist Erika b Hess interviews artists, gallerists, collectors, and curators to cover topics that will help you in your art practice! From inspiring interviews from the lives of artists to business practices you will walk away ready to get in the studio!
 
The Artist/Mother podcast interviews incredible working Artists who are also Mothers, inviting them to share from their experiences as they make art and mother their children. We hope these interviews inspire you to dedicate time, passion, and energy to your art practice while simultaneously being the best parent you can be.
 
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I’m so excited to finally share this conversation recorded in March 2020 at Red Arrow Gallery, a fantastic artist/mother owned space dedicated to emerging artists in Nashville, TN. This panel was contemporaneous with the opening of the Artist/Mother group exhibition, “Painting at Night,” at Fort Houston in Nashville, TN. This panel brought me toget…
 
Madeline Donahue is an artist/mother from Houston, TX, based in New York with an extensive exhibition, residency, and illustration history. On today’s episode, Madeline joins me to talk about balancing time (and tone) around children, being present, and how to not just plan to make the work, but to make it! Madeline comes from a creative family and…
 
In this episode, I talk to the incredible painter, Susanna Coffey about her life and work. We dive into Susanna’s childhood, how she discovered art, the work she did with others during her time in school, feminism, her palette, her love of teaching, and so many other topics. I sincerely mean it when I say, I had such a wonderful time talking to Sus…
 
Absolutely loved my chat with Artist and Mom to 3, Michele Landel! Michele is an American artist who lives with her family outside Paris, France. We had a fascinating conversation about her studio practice. She has a home studio in a spare bedroom but also has a studio she commutes to in the heart of Paris (that she shares with two Italian artists!…
 
I am thrilled to introduce the artist, teacher, and entrepreneur Faith Evans Sills! Faith is an inspiring artist who has created so much for others from leading artist retreats in Costa Rica and various other areas to her books and classes that she offers. She has a passion for helping women connect with their most heartfelt ideas through creating …
 
Tune in as we hear from many members of our community who share heartfelt and honest stories about their Moms. You’ll hear how these women have embraced challenging relationships with their Mothers, been supported by their Mothers and inspired by their Mothers. Thank you to everyone who sent in a voice memo + Happy Mother’s Day to all in our commun…
 
In this episode, I talk to the artist Jean Koeller about her approach to painting, making a living as an artist, and how she works between observation, memory, and invention. Jean received her BFA from Wright State University, her MFA from Parsons School of Art and Design, and is an alumna of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Her work…
 
I’m pleased to share this interview with another artist from last year’s open call, Laura Travnicek! Laura is an Iowa-based oil painter and emerging artist who shared her inspiring story of resourcefulness and artistic initiative. Laura studied painting in college before moving into arts education and social work. After several years in the field, …
 
I had a wonderful time talking to Pennylane Shen an artist consultant, curator and educator. She runs Dazed and Confucius, career support for artists and in this episode we discuss mistakes artists make when approaching a gallery, how to approach a gallery, thinking of spaces outside of the white cube, artist statements and more! Since 2006 Dazed a…
 
In today’s episode I talk painting, consulting, curating, podcasting, and parenting with Erika b Hess. Erika is an oil painter and the host of the I Like Your Work podcast. Though currently based in Columbus, Ohio, Erika has lived and exhibited all around the country. I (finally!) get to turn the tables on Erika and ask her questions about her arti…
 
In this episode, I talk to the artist Marcelina Gonzales about challenging preconceptions of being a Hispanic female through her work. Marcelina creates meticulous pieces that combine paint and resin to recreate memories of her youth. In our conversation, she discusses how she navigated her experience from adolescence to womanhood while growing up …
 
This week, I talk to artist and entrepreneur Jamie Smith, founder of THRIVE! Jamie creates mixed media work that layers her memories of traveling, family stories, and lost places. She began her artistic career by completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Victoria and later receiving her Bachelor of Arts Education from the University o…
 
This episode takes us back to listen to an amazing panel conversation I had with two artists from the inaugural exhibition of the new University Art Museum at New Mexico State University (NMSU), Labor: Motherhood & Art in 2020 (listen to co-curator Marisa Sage talk about the exhibition in Episode 55 here). Joey Fauerso is artist and professor in th…
 
Hello friends! I’m back with a new episode, sharing some thoughts on homeschooling with those of you who are new to the practice. We have been a homeschool family for 3 years now and have integrated it into our lifestyle, letting it shape our days. I know that so many of you had the homeschooling lifestyle dropped on you because of the coronavirus …
 
In this episode, I talk to the artist Corey Lamb about his life, work and his teaching experience. We dive into his current body of work, where he sees his relationship with his partner transposed over a larger,more archetypal theater. Specificity gives way to persona, as figures take on the guise of familiar roles: the mother, the lover, the fool,…
 
In this episode, I talk to Ashley Jude Jonas an artist, writer, curator and educator originally from Key West, Florida about her work and also creating the artist-run space, The Blue House. She holds a BFA in ceramics from the University of Florida and an MFA in ceramics from the University of Colorado Boulder. Her work reframes potential and wonde…
 
In this episode, I talk to the artist Francis Sills. We discuss his move from NYC to South Carolina and how this impacted his work, working from observation and how teaching and family play into his life as a painter. Francis earned an MFA from Parsons School of Design, New York, NY and a BFA from Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. His work has bee…
 
It was my IMMENSE pleasure to have Danielle Krysa on the podcast! I’m assuming all of you know Danielle, but in case you don’t, she’s an artist, mother, curator, author, and more. Her paintings have been exhibited all over the world including Brooklyn, London, Los Angeles, and Tasmania. She is the writer and curator behind the contemporary art site…
 
In this episode, I talk to the CEO of Big Cartel, Anna Brozek, about selling work online and tips for artists on marketing. Some of you may use Big Cartel but for those that don’t or haven’t heard of it, Big Cartel is a technology company built by artists for artists. The company makes tools that are empowering, affordable, and easy-to-use in order…
 
During this episode of the Artist/Mother podcast I speak with Robin Kenny, A/M Administrator! We talk about the experience of her time in our first Crit Group Program (Spring program launches 3/17) and she recaps her experience working with mentor Karen Dana. Secondly, we talk thoroughly about our first Artist/Mother exhibition…Painting At Night! R…
 
A lot of us like to think about art as being distinct from the corporate, 9-to-5 world, but we also know that being an artist means essentially running your own small business. On today’s episode, I got to talk to two art business professionals who are also moms, Hannah Cole and Kitty Dinshaw, about the in and outs (and the unknowns) of the busines…
 
I’m so happy to finally release this conversation with Harumi Abe, a Japanese painter based in South Florida who came to the Artist/Mother Podcast through last year’s open call. Harumi’s story proves the power of art as communication: originally traveling to the United States as a high school exchange student, she drew on her command of visual medi…
 
This episode of the Artist/Mother podcast is a special one, correlating with the opening of a spectacular exhibition on motherhood and art. It was an honor to speak with Marisa Sage who curated this amazing exhibition at the University Art Museum at New Mexico State University (co-curated with artist Laurel Nakadate). In Marisa’s words, “everything…
 
It was great to talk to Mandi Antonucci, another New Yorker, artist/mother, and collegiate soccer player! Mandi is a mom of two who balances being a high school art teacher by day with being an artist at night. Mandi works primarily in colored pencil, watercolor, and ballpoint pen, though she’s never been one to sit still or limit herself to a give…
 
Image above: Radiating My Sovereignty, 2019, acrylic on canvas 84”x 48″ I’m grateful that Calida Rawles squeezed me into her busy schedule, because it was really delightful to have her on the podcast! Calida Rawles is a photorealist painter based out of Los Angeles, California, whose work focuses on figures of African Americans abstracted through t…
 
It was a huge honor to bring artist and curator Pam Marlene Taylor to the Artist/Mother podcast! Pam and I crack open a delicate and vulnerable conversation as we both speak to the very personal decision to have children… or not. Pam (along with her partner) have decided not to have children, and she shares with me the experience of living that dec…
 
I was thrilled to talk with Thenjiwe Nkosi, a multimedia artist based out of Johannesburg, South Africa, for this episode. We talk about working with (and around) toddlers, the generative powers of a creative hiatus, and managing life’s surprises as both an artist and a mother. Thenjiwe walks me through her trajectory, emphasizing the importance of…
 
In today’s episode, I talk with three amazing women from outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, about the power of Instagram to connect like-minded artist/mothers, opening yourself to community, and claiming space and time for your art even in the clutter and compromise of family life. While these women came together through social media, they bonded thr…
 
I’m so pleased to share the first Artist/Mother interview of 2020 with you all! This episode features Karen Dana, one of the winners from the 2019 Artist/Mother open call (you can see her polyptych here!). I had the opportunity to connect with Dana at the Artist/Mother meetup in Chicago (where she is currently based), and I was thrilled to get to c…
 
Episodes are back! We are kicking off 2020 with an episode featuring many of you. If you need a little inspiration or want to know what other women in our community are working on this year, tune in! I share a few updates at the beginning and a goal/let go of my own. Thanks to all who called in (not everyone was featured but we appreciate all of yo…
 
Check out the latest episode with a special announcement for the Artist/Mother Community! I share information about our brand new Crit Group Program and a reminder to submit to our upcoming exhibition, Painting at Night! Crit Group Info: https://artistmotherpodcast.com/2020-crit-group-information/ Exhibition Info: https://artistmotherpodcast.com/ex…
 
In this episode with artist Sean Downey, we cover a ton of wonderful topics from meditation to the concepts driving Sean’s work, how the starts into one of his very complex paintings, using virtual reality and also how being a parent has impacted him. Sean Downey received his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute and his MFA from Boston University…
 
In this episode, I had a wonderful time connecting with the Houston based artist Jasmine Zelaya. A lot of you guys may be familiar with Jasmine's work from the cover of New American Paintings. In this interview, we touch on the topic of why Jasmine decided to start applying to opportunities such as New American Paintings and how by setting that goa…
 
I am thrilled you are here for this episode with the artist and creator of the fabulous oil paints, Robert Gamblin! Robert makes wonderful landscape paintings and is the founder of Gamblin Artists Colors, an international brand of oil painting and printmaking materials. In this episode we talk about Robert’s time in art school, how and why Robert s…
 
Join me as I recap our first year of developing the Artist/Mother podcast community! I share some highs and lows, the ways the community has grown and changed and much more! This year has been wild and I have been blown away by the response to this podcast. I also share a bit of information on some exciting upcoming events that you don’t want to mi…
 
I loved every minute connecting with Los Angeles based artist Pia Pack! From talking about art school, dealing with post-grad school anxiety, moving internationally, to balancing work and family. Pia was such a treat to talk to! We dive into creating community through podcasting and how she is doing all of this with a new baby along for the ride! P…
 
I was so excited to finally get to talk to Nadia Nizamudin at length for this episode – we’ve been remotely orbiting each other for a while now, and this conversation did not disappoint! Nadia is a visual artist from Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, who works in a variety of media including embroidery, painting, printmaking, and collage. Nadia and I talk al…
 
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