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PLEASE GO TO SCOTT WITTENBURG.COM FOR THE LATEST PODCAST NEWS/UPDATES! Hosted by photography instructor Scott Wittenburg, this podcast is for anybody who wants to learn the secrets of taking better photos traditionally or digitally. Tips on cameras, composition, lighting and digital imaging in Photoshop are among the topics to be covered.
 
Beyond the Paint with Bernadine, is a show that amplifies the voices of female artists, exposing the astonishing beauty of women's lives, and empowers the female perspective defined through works of art. . Whether you are an art-lover, feminist, history-nerd, or lifelong learner, female imagery by women can shape you to see and experience the visual world in new and meaningful ways. . Join Bernadine in a growing community of art enthusiasts in a shared passion and curiosity for women artists ...
 
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Perspective is a podcast for wedding creatives, hosted by UK based wedding filmmakers Simon & Gregg. Together, as Cinemate they sit down, often with a special guest and talk about their many years of experience in the wedding industry. Each episode is an open and honest conversation aimed to educate those new to the industry or to those in the front line running a wedding business.
 
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What happens when you pair two different visual artists/creatives with unique viewpoints and juxtapose their experiences in conversation? You get spontaneous unscripted talk of lessons learned, peer-to-peer tips and techniques, and the real life highs and lows of life as an artist. Hosted by artist and gallery owner Doug Kacena, each episode is a provocative and intimate conversation with a different set of artists, all fully armed with opinions, life-stories, insight, practical advice and h ...
 
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Portraiture is this week’s topic, responsibility for which lies squarely at the feet of Phil of Baltimore. The beans gab hard and true and, ever thorough, gab seven bells out of ham (again), Helen of Troy, lying to barbers and coastal face erosion. Get in touch: threebeansaladpod@gmail.com @beansaladpod Featuring "superhero fanfare.wav" by humanoid…
 
Bonus Episode--Beyond the Paint hosts a conversation with the collaborative partners behind Seeds of Initiation tarot deck: siblings Amy Scott-Young and Grant Walker. . This bonus episode is a companion to Episode 133: Amy Scott-Young: Tarot Deck and the Contemporary Female Figure. . Seeds of Initiation Links: Website: seedsofinitiation.com IG hand…
 
Welcome to PERSPECTIVE, a podcast for wedding creatives where we sit down, often with a special guest and talk about our many years of experience in the wedding industry so that you can learn from us and grow YOUR wedding business. Today on the perspective podcast we're talking to Maclean Carlson from Hello Tomorrow Films based in British Columbia,…
 
In this episode, we chat with Dr. Kathryn Ford. Kathryn has been practicing psychotherapy for over 20 years. She received her M.D. from Brown University Medical School and did her psychiatric residency at the Stanford School of Education. Kathryn has a private practice that specializes in work with couples, as well other kinds of relationships. We …
 
Melanie Carr is a contemporary sculptor and female gallery owner. In part one of the show, an invitation to explore her geometric sculptural works "concerned and consumed with touch, geometry, interactivity and human experience." (bio) . In my conversation (part 2) with Carr, we journey through her gallery space, Melanie Carr Gallery (Essex, Connec…
 
In this episode, we answer “what is the greatest invention of all time?" ==================== 0:00 What is the greatest invention of all time? 2:21 First invention 8:45 Second Invention 16:13 Unbundling and rebundling 20:23 Third invention ==================== LinkTree to support us (thank you!) Let's get in touch! Join the discussion in the episod…
 
In this episode, we share our experiences attending weddings over the weekend, and later on explore some of the shadow elements of domestic life. ==================== 0:00 Intro 2:28 Wedding speeches 4:07 Engaging different personality types 8:05 Seeing people for the first time in a while 11:24 Truly “showing up” 12:36 Celebrating alongside multip…
 
Amy Smith-Young is an illustrator. In collaboration with her brother Grant, Amy is re-envisioning tarot deck imagery. Her contemporary, female figures engage Divine Feminine principles and connects the tarot reader with figures relevant to our times . . Resources for this episode are listed on my website: beyondthepaint.net Links to Amy Scott-Young…
 
The Bag Lady is a living Sankofa an altar for the abandoned an archive of ancestors the keeper of the discarded the uncomfortable truth you’d prefer to forget wreaking havoc on the amnesia the forgetting the erasure the silencing she ain’t no 21st century mammy memory is labor do your work These are the opening words in the limited edition print of…
 
Gavin has the beans unpack the topic of Jeffreys (Geoffreys?). In an episode stacked with boo boos and bungles the beans tackle Steves, Daves, rubber giraffes and whether or not scampi can ever be a verb. Get in touch: threebeansaladpod@gmail.com @beansaladpod Featuring "Orchestral Strings, Warm, A.wav" by InspectorJ (www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.…
 
Journey with me the "complicated and imperfect women," of figural and still life painter Anna Weyant. . Resources for this episode are listed on my website: www.beyondthepaint.org Follow and explore Weyant's works on IG @annaweyant and www.annaweyant.com Image Credit: Anna Weyant website . Shout out to artist Amy Chaiklin and her series, "Cultured …
 
Welcome to perspective a podcast for wedding creative etc How is everyone out there? Shooting all day every day, edit queued up the wazzoo... sounds about right! Well, Gregg is a few weeks into being a Father and so not back in the studio ( apologies if we're not releasing too schedule. We too are running at half capacity... and its me steering the…
 
In this episode, we explore recent news stories that may have slipped under your radar. Covering both wins and losses for humanity. ==================== 0:00 Intro 00:38 The world’s biggest carbon removal plant 3:42 The “direct air capture” industry 6:38 The Mediterranean Sea is a microcosm of the world’s oceans 7:52 The first underwater living lab…
 
In this episode, we reflect on the significance of human networks in the context of graph databases, Dunbar’s number, and the shifting social landscape amid the pandemic. We also share some stories about the great connectors throughout history. ==================== 0:00 Graph databases 3:25 Dunbar’s number 4:28 Social brain hypothesis 6:44 Jordan P…
 
Victoria Cantons is a contemporary painter and photographer. In my exploration and conversation with the artist, we explore her expressive works, figural paintings, motifs of flowers and photographs of friends. Canton engages us through the visual expression her lived experiences as a LGBTQ artist. . Resources for this episode are listed on my webs…
 
Celebrating the reopening of the M. David & Co. Gallery in Brooklyn, NY and the exhibition "Once in the Lifetime." . Visit (show is open until October 3, 2021) * https://www.mdavidandco.com/ * IG @mdavidco . Artists highlighted in this episode include: * Kathryn Hart: IG @kathrynhartart * Judy Pfaff: IG @judy.pfaff * Deborah Dancy: IG @deborahdancy…
 
Dr. Kathy Hagler is a preeminent thought leader in organizational transformation, driven to understand and improve the communication and connectivity between individuals and organizations. She studied with, and collaborated alongside Dr. W. Edwards Deming and Dr. Peter Drucker and is the Founding Partner of K2OHSOLUTIONS, an organizational consulti…
 
Visual artist Deborah Wasserman merges the female figure with the landscape in her paintings, collage and performative works. This episode includes a conversation with the artist--an engaging deep dive into her works, practice and personal history of migration. . Resources: "Wander, Woman" exhibition catalog (2018) Visit Wasserman: www.deborahwasse…
 
In this episode, we reflect on connections between episodes, guests, and real world events. We provide our insights and tips on podcast promotion, co-hosting a podcast, and deeper engagement with people. We also talk about some of the necessary skills humans will need to have in the future and what we are doing to become better at those skills. ===…
 
Age 36 is Taja’s 11 year, also known as the XI Justice Year. With a Hidden Factor Card as her Year Card, this year is an opportunity to work with the constellated energies of her destiny. This episode begins an overview of XI Justice as a card in the major arcana of the tarot and applying that understanding to XI Justice as a Hidden Factor Card (al…
 
Through "process" and industrial materials, American sculptor Eva Hesse responds to the rigidity of Minimalism with a radical, visual language imbued with emotion, personal history and unique beauty. . Image Credit: "Hang Up" (Art Institute of Chicago) Title Credit: New York Times Special thanks to sculptor Elly Buckley for inspiring this episode. …
 
Professor Robert Thurman is an American Buddhist author and academic, highly regarded for his pioneering translations of Buddhist religious and philosophical material. TIME named Robert one of the 25 most influential Americans of 1997 calling him a, “larger-than-life scholar-activist destined to convey the dharma, the precious teachings of Siddhart…
 
Dr. Jerry Haigh is a storyteller, author, and wildlife veterinarian whose career has spanned five decades and four continents. He has treated countless different species including rhino, elephant, lion, buffalo, and leopard. Jerry’s forthcoming book, “Reindeer Reflections: Lessons from an Ancient Culture” chronicles his time working alongside nomad…
 
Join me in an engaging conversation with the sculptor Melanie Cooper Pennington. Her evocative large scaled multi-media biomorphic sculptures express the feminine experience through themes of birth and empowerment. . Visit www.melaniepennington.com to view the objects discussed. Follow Melanie @melaniecooperpennington on IG Image Credit: "Wailing,"…
 
Wayne is a Canadian photographer determined to tell meaningful stories through portraiture, staying true to his subjects as he combines art and compassion together as one. His work has been published in such magazines as Outdoor Photography, Canadian Geographic, and Canadian Rockies Annual. Wayne’s forthcoming book, “Resilient: The Portraiture of W…
 
In this episode of Artists Network’s Art Bound podcast, host and K Contemporary gallery owner Doug Kacena sits down with artists James Holmes and Michael Dowling to discuss their paths to successfully pursuing art full-time. Listen as they share why they strove to make art their full-time gigs, when they knew it was time to take the leap, how they …
 
Series two starts next week, but before that, here's a little bean tasting menu of the Beans' favourite bits from series one. The idea is that this might make be a good episode for confirmed Beanheads to point non-Beanheads in the direction of. Why not send it to a friend? Or a sibling? Or basically anyone whose email address you have. Even if that…
 
Dive into the highly-stylized, sensuous portraits of women by the 20th century painter Tamara de Lempika. . Resources and works highlighted in this episode are listed on my website: www.beyondthepaint.net Follow me on IG for more engaging content celebrating female artists: @beyondthepaintwbernadine Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beyondthepaintwi…
 
Dr. Rick Taylor is a professor of zoology and director of the fish collection in the Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the University of British Columbia. Rick graduated with a Ph.D. in zoology from UBC in 1989, chaired the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada from 2014 to 2018, and is an elected Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geograph…
 
In this episode, we feature Dr. Jon Turk, a scientist, author, and National Geographic award-winning explorer. Jon has kayaked the North Pacific from Japan to Alaska, lived among the grizzly bears in Kamchatka, and made many first ski descents and first rock climbing ascents around the globe. Jon’s most recent travels took him to northeast Kenya, w…
 
Birthday celebrations and rituals continued, this time featuring some of last month's celebrations. 8 minutes parasailing. A self directed tarot reading. Solar return chart decoding. And an unanticipated (and unwelcomed!) surprise. 36 is expected to be a transformative year /////////// To learn more about Taja Lindley, visit TajaLindley.com where y…
 
Welcome to PERSPECTIVE, a podcast for wedding creatives where we sit down, often with a special guest and talk about our many years of experience in the wedding industry so that you can learn from us and grow YOUR wedding business. On Friday 26 June 2020 Arran Kenny of AKfilms pulled together the UK wedding videographers virtual workshop in order t…
 
In this episode, we feature Andy Norman, a public philosopher, director of the Humanism Initiative at Carnegie Mellon University, founder of the Cognitive Immunology Research Collaborative, and award-winning author of “Mental Immunity: Infectious Ideas, Mind-Parasites, and the Search for a Better Way to Think.” It’s no secret that social media is a…
 
Ruth Bolluck is a portrait and figural painter whose works, her celebratory portrayals of people, illuminate the dignity and grace of her sitters. Bullock’s works and practice, what she sometimes refers to as “projects,” includes bodies that are not always represented by art galleries. . Visit and follow Ruth Bullock on IG @ruthejonesart Resources …
 
In this episode, we feature a Celtic teacher and spiritual author to help you learn how to reawaken your inner nature and heal the psychological wounds of empirical religion that still haunt your unconscious. John Philip Newell's most recent work is entitled, "Sacred Earth, Sacred Soul: Celtic Wisdom for Reawakening to What Our Souls Know and Heali…
 
In this episode of Artists Network’s Art Bound podcast, host and K Contemporary gallery owner Doug Kacena explores the bold use of color with Anna Valdez and Janna Watson, two artists who use a broad range of bright, striking hues to convey the spectrum of human emotion, identity, and meaning. The three artists discuss their creative philosophies w…
 
Welcome to PERSPECTIVE, a podcast for wedding creatives where we sit down, often with a special guest and talk about our many years of experience in the wedding industry so that you can learn from us and grow YOUR wedding business. On today's episode of perspective we're talking to London based multi-award winning children, newborn, pregnancy /mate…
 
In this episode, we feature Dr. Shefali, a clinical psychologist who specializes in the integration of Western psychology and Eastern philosophy. She has written four books - three of which are New York Times best-sellers. Her most recent work is entitled, "A Radical Awakening: Turn Pain Into Power, Embrace Your Truth, Live Free". This conversation…
 
Enjoy a "best of" episode with sculptor Gina Lee Robbins. Her sculptural work, using clay and found or repurposed materials, incorporate her personal experiences as a mother and draw from both the feminine divine and abstraction. . Beyond the Paint is thrilled to partner with Women of Culture/NYC in an art talk and tour, "Alice Neel: People Come Fi…
 
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where someone came to you with a deep question or concern and you did not have the right words to support them? In this episode, we feature Thomas Moore, author of “Soul Therapy: The Art and Craft of Caring Conversations”, to help us become more therapeutically sophisticated and better at counseling one a…
 
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