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Hi, I'm Pam Chase, retired school teacher and third year watercolor artist. Encouragement for Watercolor Artists is a place for artists to explore challenges and discover practical steps to overcome them. By tackling issues head on, we'll learn to kick negativity to the curb and experience the artistic freedom we are longing for. Thanks for tuning in!
 
I’m Charlie O’Shields, and just three years ago, I started sketching and painting with watercolor and became so hooked that I created a little blog called Doodlewash. It’s since grown much larger over the years, featuring posts from hundreds of artists all over the world, and in many ways it’s your usual art blog. Until I show up and start sketching stuff and rambling on about life, creativity and other little things that come to mind. Most of which have more to do with life in general than ...
 
Glitter & Doom is a podcast that explores the creative burst of artists in the face of today’s doubt and disquiet. Join MacKenzie Fegan and a new featured artist, every other Wednesday, for a look at an explosion of shimmering creativity born out of the darkest of times.
 
Multimedia artist & parent Vyana Novus explores relational wellness through the lens of creativity. They merge their experiences of integrating complex trauma and chronic illness with a mindful, multidimensional mindset focused on creative expression. | Some topics you'll hear discussed on the show include personal responsibility, creatively exploring presence, sexual liberation, trauma recovery, relating after abuse, conscious parenting, cultivating sustainable joy, being in relationship wi ...
 
I am an artist, creator, maker, designer, and teacher. A lot of hats, and I talk about the life of creating. Talking with masters in their fields, on any and all subjects. From where does inspiration come from, to specific techniques used for their masterpieces. Recently, I have become known for my initial shadowbox creation. Using the Cricut Maker and 140lb watercolor paper.These last 2 weeks I have been responding to each and every one of over 2000 comments on images and videos I have post ...
 
From the shoes we wear on our feet to the high definition televisions in our living room, wearable devices, the sports universe is a breeding ground for technology. Writer and Photographer Rick Limpert will examine this each week on The Tech of Sports – With guests which include athletes, inventors and journalists that cover the intersection of sports and technology.
 
What up Art World! Are you an artist? Do you like art? Are you new and interested in learning about art without any judgement? Do you have a friend or significant other that likes art and you just need help getting into it? Well then this is the podcast for you! Sit down and listen to Miss Art World and guests as they navigate this world. They discuss popular trends, interview artists, critique local and national pieces.
 
There is a BIG trend brewing that’s revolutionizing the way business is being done. Big companies like Netflix, Amazon, Apple and traditional companies like Walmart are jumping on this too. But so are thousands of others - and they’re doing it by shifting to a recurring revenue model. Meaning, more entrepreneurs than ever before have found a way to incorporate a membership or monthly subscription into their business model - and it’s transforming the way they operate forever. No longer do the ...
 
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If you want to be a watercolor artist, you have to put yourself out there, and if you are in introvert like me that can be a pretty scary proposition. We’ll try everything in the book to avoid having to “go public” until we finally realize that if we’re going to be authentic, genuine and true to what we believe in our hearts to be an artistic calli…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Activist and Leader, Adri Norris. Norris talks about being an Artist in Residence at Redline Contemporary Art Center, immigrating with her family from Barbados to Montezuma, New Mexico via New York, attending United World College, joining the Marines, being self-directed, advice from her mother, her formal …
 
In this episode of the SneakyArt Podcast, I spoke with British artist George Butler, who makes ink/watercolor drawings of people in conflict-zones and refugee camps all over the world. His latest book (Drawn Across Borders) tells the migration stories of 12 individuals, compiled from travels over the past decade. Modern reasons for migration, legal…
 
Chris Kolupski began painting outdoors as a teenager in the forests of Upstate New York and Canada. He credits his high school art teacher David DeClerk for making a significant impact on his early artistic evolution. DeClerk took his class on outdoor painting field trips and introduced his students to representational American painters and illustr…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist and Gallerist, Bill Thomason. Bill talks about how the pandemic affected his gallery Bitfactory, what shows were actually able to happen in 2020, the changes he made to his business model, the successes he had during the pandemic, his solo show and six-year anniversary celebration, and shares the Artists he’…
 
Rick is joined on “Tech of Sports” this week, by Joshua Smith, the City Manager of the great city of Hamilton, Ohio. Hamilton, Ohio is located in the heart of the Rust Belt, a region in Northeastern and Midwestern United States that has been experiencing industrial decline since the 1980s. In its heyday, Hamilton became a manufacturing powerhouse d…
 
In this episode Eric Rhoads interviews British artist James Willis on painting buildings and cityscapes, art history, and more. Listen as they discuss: - How he left his career in accounting to become a full-time artist - News of his upcoming show in Hitchin, England and his forthcoming instructional book on painting buildings in oil - Insights on …
 
In this very personal episode, Vyana (they/them) sits down with their ex-husband & partner, Daren Magee (he/him) of Real Fun, Wow! to discuss part of their journey from emotionally abusive marriage to repair & healthy relating. Share your thoughts about this episode by calling in: 1-833-2RELATE / 1-833-273-5283 (2 minute max) or email creativelyrel…
 
Betsy Enzensberger sculpts works that create a visceral longing and remembrance of the most nostalgic delights from childhood. The artist uses the familiarity of those sweet treats to help us remember the simplicity, value and culture of desserts so often associated with positivity and joy.‍Enzensberger was born and raised in New York. She graduate…
 
Jerry Potter and his wife were radio presenters, personalities, and programmers who hosted a show together for 15 years. But shortly before his 40th birthday, they were both laid off, losing their salary and benefits while needing to provide for two young children. A friend told him about the world of social media consulting and he soon fell in lov…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk Contemporary Oil Painter, Rochelle Johnson. Rochelle talks about the group exhibition that she’s a part of at BMoCA – “From This Day Forward”, her pieces in the exhibit, eliciting an emotional response with art, responding to Covid-19 and 2020 with her art, art sales in 2020, pandemic art, narrative in art, empathy and …
 
Torrey Peters is the author of Detransition, Baby, a whipsmart novel about three women – trans and cis – trying to have a baby. One of the first novels written by a transwoman published by a Big Five publisher, Detransition, Baby imparts a textured, multi-demensional, and at times incredibly funny exploration of gender, parenthood and sex. Torrey P…
 
A “Throwback Thursday” for the ages as Rick is joined by one of his former tennis doubles partners, Jim Rossini. Jim, an accomplished tennis player, grew up with Rick in Racine, Wisc. is currently CEO of Workforce Engineering Solutions in the Chicago area. Rick and Jim talk about tennis and growing up in Wisconsin. They dig deep into tennis technol…
 
This message was first posted at the beginning of the Covid epidemic which we all thought would last only a few weeks ... but here we are in our second year, so this message about the value of waiting needs a repeat! As I learn to wait I am discovering that God is always working “behind the scenes” to bring things together before He even brings me …
 
In this episode, Vyana explores living life through the senses as a vehicle for presence. They also discuss therapy, trauma resolution, relating through difference, and the way these tools create the container for living sensually. Call in to share your experience with today's episode at 1-833-2RELATE // 1-833-273-5283 Follow Vyana on Instagram @vy…
 
Dr. Gena Lester pursued a career in the fashion industry, but she discovered that she hated the work and felt like her love of education and entrepreneurial spirit were falling by the wayside. She decided to start a private school, had 80 students enrolled within two weeks, and spent the next 15 years as its leader. However, when her husband was di…
 
It's a challenge to be in high school and feeling you are poised to make a decision that will determine the course of your entire life. In this episode I offer some perspective to a person in need. I try to do my best to answer all emails people send me, especially those with pressing questions. If you'd like to write to me, my email is dannygregor…
 
I speak with Sydney-based urban-sketcher Liz Steel about the different ways she makes her art look effortless and spontaneous. Liz took a big leap of faith in her professional life - quitting a career in architecture to become a full-time artist and educator. What does she carry from her education and experience that informs her art today? How does…
 
Shanna Kunz is a contemporary landscape painter whose work is a conscious play of mood, light and color. As a naturalist raised and rooted in the diverse landscapes of western America, a painting takes on deeper meaning for her. Each location is an encounter of spirit with the land, the trees, and the waters that have always given her a sense of co…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Michael Ardelean, Author of the book Art for Money. Michael talks about his journey from sponsored Professional BMX Athlete to Founder of Intro Limited, having a real job and feeling useful, client relationships, challenges and trials by fire, punching above your weight class, personal finance and debt, friendships…
 
In this episode, Vyana talks with friend and bespoke parenting coach, Nic Strack. Even if you don't have or desire having kids, this episode is a great listen if you're in the process of re-parenting yourself. Nic and Vyana explore the task of leading in parenting with personal responsibility and supporting our children's agency. Call into Creative…
 
Rick has the pleasure of being joined by Paralympian, Mallory Weggemann, this week on Tech of Sports. Weggemann is a record-setting, two-time Paralympic swimmer for Team USA. She has set fifteen world records and thirty-four American records, and is also the recipient of an ESPY Award, a 15-time World Champion, and a Paralympic gold and bronze meda…
 
Brian Dixon spent the first part of his professional life as a seventh-grade language arts teacher in Columbia, South Carolina. As he struggled to work with classrooms full of kids who couldn’t read, he learned lots of tips on how to be a teacher - and knew he needed to write a book. He did all the steps, but in the wrong order, and became a busine…
 
In this first shortie episode, Vyana shares a poetic view into their multidimensional experience of gender. You will likely understand them as a human better after listening to this one. Full show notes can be found (free) at www.patreon.com/vyananovus where you can also contribute to supporting the show. Call into Creatively Relating to share your…
 
In this episode, Vyana talks with their mentor, James-Olivia, about the distinction between choice and decision, as well as some nuance around privileged. Full show notes can be found (free) at www.patreon.com/vyananovus where you can also contribute to supporting the show. Call into Creatively Relating to share your thoughts, questions, and storie…
 
In this first solo episode, Vyana shares some lessons they’ve learned about cultivating pleasure in times of pain. Full show notes can be found (free) at www.patreon.com/vyananovus where you can also contribute to supporting the show. Call into Creatively Relating to share your thoughts, questions, and stories anytime at 1-833-2RELATE / 1-833-273-5…
 
In this episode, Vyana sits down with their pod-mate, Daron Hope, to answer your questions. Full show notes can be found (free) at www.patreon.com/vyananovus where you can also contribute to supporting the show. Call into Creatively Relating to share your thoughts, questions, and stories anytime at 1-833-2RELATE / 1-833-273-5283…
 
Welcome to the show! In this episode, you’ll hear a bit of Vyana’s story along with an overview of what to expect on Creatively Relating. Full show notes can be found (free) at www.patreon.com/vyananovus where you can also contribute to supporting the show. Call into Creatively Relating to share your thoughts, questions, and stories anytime at 1-83…
 
A "talking circle" is, historically, a way for a community to come together to hash out difficult issues in a respectful fashion. But in Martha Redbone and Aaron Whitby's Talking Circles – a work in progress at the New York Theatre Workshop – it also speaks to the spiral of history where 102 years after a global pandemic and protests over the murde…
 
Rick talks with serial entrepreneur and author, Scott Andrew this week. The Rugged Entrepreneur. “Success is yours if you want it to be.” Those are the words of serial entrepreneur Scott Andrew, who along with wife Daphne, has built more than thirty different national and international businesses in the multi-million-dollar playing field.Now he’s t…
 
Watercolor teaches us to look at life in a completely different light. It has a way of opening our hearts and minds to a new way of experiencing the world. We do not have to settle for Covid robbing us of a full and satisfying life. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC32FYjdOw-yAjzRXWuD7VFQ https://www.facebook.com/WatercolorNotebook Art in the Park …
 
At the age of 40, Caroline Bjorkquist decided she was going to run a marathon. She dove deep into the world of running, and realized she wanted to create a course for runners and leave her corporate job. When she suffered a muscle tear, she met Coach Valerie, and they worked together to build their membership and help others do what they love. Now,…
 
I’ve struggled with my identity as a writer and an artist and maybe you’re doing the same. Perhaps this will help.... Would you like to get some creative inspiration sent to you each week? Sign up to get my Friday essays. They’re thought provoking, funny, occasionally quite odd, and always free. Tell me where I should send yours by signing up at da…
 
I speak with industrial designer Mike Daikubara about how the principles of design intersect with his passion for urban-sketching. In design it is said, form follows function. But how does that translate to art? We discuss this interplay in both directions. How does Mike’s education affect his urban-sketching? How does a regular sketching practice …
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Photographer, Brett Fox. Brett talks about his solo exhibit “Time, Space, & Face”, his series “Transmissions”, how the series came about, process, commissions, fear and sacrifice, putting oneself into the work, street photography, traveling, inspiration, Month of Photography, promotion, curating, the BRDG Project, …
 
Jordan Babineaux, former NFL player turned entrepreneur and business coach, joins Rick this week. He helps people embrace change and pivot for growth — using their strengths to overcome adversity, staying motivated for the long run. Babineaux, a serial entrepreneur, shares his insights in his new book, PIVOT TO WIN. Topics include: • Why you should…
 
Eric Rhoads interviews Charles Muench, who says, "it's live and die with every canvas, live and die with every brush stroke." This podcast has been rated #1 in the world via Feedspot's 2021 Top 15 Painting Podcasts list (https://blog.feedspot.com/painting_podcasts/)! Visit to listen to all episodes. Related Links: – Charles Muench online: – Plein A…
 
Gabbi Lancaster spent most of her life working as an after-school art teacher for kids and adults, but always struggled to pay her bills. When COVID put an end to her side job as a house painter, she invited all of her contacts to a private Facebook group where she would provide art and creativity prompts, and suddenly had over 300 signups. Now, at…
 
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