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Join self-taught artist Mike Hendley who shares his ongoing experiences in learning how to draw and paint with those interested in exploring art at any age. Mike also talks about the challenges of being creative, making space for these passionate pursuits in our hectic lives and beginning the artist journey late in life. Grab a pad and pencil or an iPad and follow along with Mike on his journey to become a better artist through tips, tricks, interviews, and stories.
 
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Mike talks about a change to Patreon, some new artwork, and setting your theme for 2022. Mike is then joined by artist and educator Ian de Hoog who shares his creative journey that involves music and art. Ian goes into detail about his tools and his approach to creating. They explore his recent works and talk about his current course on watercolor.…
 
Mike brings some snow and talks about Nomad Sculpt for iPadOS. Stephanie Darlene Greenwald joins the podcast to talk about how she recently rediscovered her art again after spending two decades as a graphic designer. She shares her expertise as an artist/illustrator as well as a businesswoman and a single parent. She talks about how she creates, wh…
 
Mike brings some snow and talks about Nomad Sculpt for iPadOS. Stephanie Darlene Greenwald joins the podcast to talk about how she recently rediscovered her art again after spending two decades as a graphic designer. She shares her expertise as an artist/illustrator as well as a businesswoman and a single parent. She talks about how she creates, wh…
 
Mike talks about his recent mushroom ink piece and shares a view into his pencil case. Mike is then joined by Stephen Silver to talk about the creative journey that has allowed him to work at Disney, Nickelodeon, and many others. Stephen shares what inspires him and how he arrived at the point of being an artist as well as a teacher. He talks about…
 
Mike talks about his recent mushroom ink piece and shares a view into his pencil case. Mike is then joined by Stephen Silver to talk about the creative journey that has allowed him to work at Disney, Nickelodeon, and many others. Stephen shares what inspires him and how he arrived at the point of being an artist as well as a teacher. He talks about…
 
Part 1 of 2. Lee and filmmaker/Zodiac researcher Drew Gray swoop on broomsticks through a black and orange audioscape of horror flicks, Canadian frontier mysteries, Jack the Ripper theories, and the Zodiac musings. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Mike takes an episode to reflect on being a creative over the last couple of months. He explores some of the challenges we experience and considers how to build a recipe for recovery for your creative practice. He then answers questions about creating mushroom ink and then painting with it and ends with what a short shutdown of Facebook and Instagr…
 
Mike takes an episode to reflect on being a creative over the last couple of months. He explores some of the challenges we experience and considers how to build a recipe for recovery for your creative practice. He then answers questions about creating mushroom ink and then painting with it and ends with what a short shutdown of Facebook and Instagr…
 
Mike talks about a very special crossover episode of this podcast. He also talks about Inktober and an NFT drop. Bethan Burton, artist and host of the “Journaling with Nature” joins the show to talk about capturing and documenting the world around us. She talks about fine-tuning your senses and using intentional curiosity to find the hidden secrets…
 
Mike talks about a very special crossover episode of this podcast. He also talks about Inktober and an NFT drop. Bethan Burton, artist and host of the “Journaling with Nature” joins the show to talk about capturing and documenting the world around us. She talks about fine-tuning your senses and using intentional curiosity to find the hidden secrets…
 
Mike talks about some recent work, podcast starter packs, and Inktober plans. Artist and writer Glendon Mellow joins the podcast to talk about scientific illustration also know as #sciart. He talks about his journey from a fine art degree, to retail and then writing for Scientific American. Mike and Glendon talk about the tools of the trade and how…
 
Mike talks about some recent work, podcast starter packs, and Inktober plans. Artist and writer Glendon Mellow joins the podcast to talk about scientific illustration also know as #sciart. He talks about his journey from a fine art degree, to retail and then writing for Scientific American. Mike and Glendon talk about the tools of the trade and how…
 
Part 2 of 2. True crime radio OG Dan Zupansky and Lee discuss one of the most horrific sex murders in Canadian history. What happened when Dan befriended the perpetrator? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
 
Mike completes another page in his nature journal, visits a local historic site and talks about prompts like #sciartseptember and Inktober. Artist and teacher Gayle Kabaker joins the podcast to talk about her creative journey from fashion illustrator to portraiture and cover design. She recently complete her seventh cover for The New Yorker Magazin…
 
Mike completes another page in his nature journal, visits a local historic site and talks about prompts like #sciartseptember and Inktober. Artist and teacher Gayle Kabaker joins the podcast to talk about her creative journey from fashion illustrator to portraiture and cover design. She recently complete her seventh cover for The New Yorker Magazin…
 
Mike prepares some starter packs for those interested in a list of curated episodes around certain topics. He also shares a strategy in how to share your work. Alvin Chong joins the podcast to talk about his beginnings and his journey from creativity and back again. Alvin talks about his art, his tattoo business, and how the lockdown opened up new …
 
Mike prepares some starter packs for those interested in a list of curated episodes around certain topics. He also shares a strategy in how to share your work. Alvin Chong joins the podcast to talk about his beginnings and his journey from creativity and back again. Alvin talks about his art, his tattoo business and, how the lockdown opened up new …
 
Mike gets a little too close to a possessed 1936 Dodge and draws some more insects. Wildlife artist Sophie Green joins the podcast to talk about her creative journey from teacher to an accomplished and successful artist. Sophie talks about her recent pieces from elephants, to bisons, penguins and whale sharks. Sophie donates a percentage of her inc…
 
Mike gets a little too close to a possessed 1936 Dodge and draws some more insects. Wildlife artist Sophie Green joins the podcast to talk about her creative journey from teacher to an accomplished and successful artist. Sophie talks about her recent pieces from elephants, to bisons, penguins and whale sharks. Sophie donates a percentage of her inc…
 
Part 6 of 6. On the tenth anniversary of the 77 murders committed in Oslo and Utoya, Doc Lee and research assistant Alex Ralph analyze the psychosocial development, behaviour, and impact of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik through the lens of expressive/transformative theory. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way …
 
Part 5 of 6. On the tenth anniversary of the 77 murders committed in Oslo and Utoya, Doc Lee and research assistant Alex Ralph analyze the psychosocial development, behaviour, and impact of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik through the lens of expressive/transformative theory. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way …
 
Part 4 of 6. On the tenth anniversary of the 77 murders committed in Oslo and Utoya, Doc Lee and research assistant Alex Ralph analyze the psychosocial development, behaviour, and impact of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik through the lens of expressive/transformative theory. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way …
 
Mike has had some recent success in exploring nature journaling. He shares his tools, techniques, and some tips along the way. He also talks about some of his recent nature illustration pieces. Jo Brown (@bernoid on Twitter, @taojb on Instagram) - Episodes 13 and Episode 40 Secrets of a Devon Wood Unsplash Pixabay Daniel Smith Watercolor Water brus…
 
Mike has had some recent success in exploring nature journaling. He shares his tools, techniques, and some tips along the way. He also talks about some of his recent nature illustration pieces. Jo Brown (@bernoid on Twitter, @taojb on Instagram) – Episodes 13 and Episode 40 Secrets of a Devon Wood Unsplash Pixabay Daniel Smith Watercolor Water brus…
 
Part 3 of 6. On the tenth anniversary of the 77 murders committed in Oslo and Utoya, Doc Lee and research assistant Alex Ralph analyze the psychosocial development, behaviour, and impact of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik through the lens of expressive/transformative theory. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way …
 
Part 2 of 6. On the tenth anniversary of the 77 murders committed in Oslo and Utoya, Doc Lee and research assistant Alex Ralph analyze the psychosocial development, behaviour, and impact of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik through the lens of expressive/transformative theory. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way …
 
Part 1 of 6. On the tenth anniversary of the 77 murders committed in Oslo and Utoya, Doc Lee and research assistant Alex Ralph analyze the psychosocial development, behaviour, and impact of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik through the lens of expressive/transformative theory. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way …
 
Mike continues his work with watercolor by painting a tractor and some bees and then he draws some rocks. France Van Stone then joins the podcast to share her creative journey. France has been able to carry her passion for art through her life while working full-time as a French teacher. She talks about the influence of living near a large car manu…
 
Mike continues his work with watercolor by painting a tractor and some bees and then he draws some rocks. France Van Stone then joins the podcast to share her creative journey. France has been able to carry her passion for art through her life while working full-time as a French teacher. She talks about the influence of living near a large car manu…
 
Part 6 of 6. Dr. John Liebert, a psychiatrist who consulted on the Bundy killings, joins Lee to talk about his insights during his time working the so-called 'Atlanta Child Murders' and to review the cases. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Part 5 of 6. Dr. John Liebert, a psychiatrist who consulted on the Bundy killings, joins Lee to talk about his insights during his time working the so-called 'Atlanta Child Murders' and to review the cases. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Part 4 of 6. Dr. John Liebert, a psychiatrist who consulted on the Bundy killings, joins Lee to talk about his insights during his time working the so-called 'Atlanta Child Murders' and to review the cases. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Part 3 of 6. Dr. John Liebert, a psychiatrist who consulted on the Bundy killings, joins Lee to talk about his insights during his time working the so-called 'Atlanta Child Murders' and to review the cases. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Mike reflects on the last few interviews and the year to date. He talks about his recent foray into watercolor with more detail around some recent pieces as well as his toolkit. It’s also time for a creative check-in to consider what is important and whether you are on the right track. He also talks about finding art time within the nooks and crann…
 
Mike reflects on the last few interviews and the year to date. He talks about his recent foray into watercolor with more detail around some recent pieces as well as his toolkit. It’s also time for a creative check-in to consider what is important and whether you are on the right track. He also talks about finding art time within the nooks and crann…
 
Part 2 of 6. Dr. John Liebert, a psychiatrist who consulted on the Bundy killings, joins Lee to talk about his insights during his time working the so-called 'Atlanta Child Murders' and to review the cases. This series marks the 40th anniversary of the arrest of Wayne Bertrand Williams. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to …
 
Part 1 of 6. Dr. John Liebert, a psychiatrist who consulted on the Bundy killings, joins Lee to talk about his insights working the so-called 'Atlanta Child Murders' and to review the cases. This series marks the 40th anniversary of the arrest of Wayne Bertrand Williams. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. …
 
Mike works with a new online drawing tool and plays with watercolor, again :-) Sam Gillett then joins the podcast as an early-career artist to share his journey so far. Sam has been drawing for some time but only recently started sharing his work online as well as opening his Etsy store. Sam and Mike discuss the power of observation and his inspira…
 
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