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This week, Wes and Todd talk with Howard Harris. Howard talks about his early art experiences, attending the Kansas City Art Institute, analog and digital photography, securing a patent for his layered artwork, visualization, galleries, Techspressionism, and seeing beauty wherever you’re at. Check out Howard’s work on his website www.hharrisphoto.c…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Megan Morgan. Megan talks about the catalyst of using oil pastels on burlap, tusche wash painting, process, drawing, the language of art, art education, being a visual learner, interpreting art, her system of working without a studio, pricing, and advice for aspiring artists. Join us for a wonderful conversation wi…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Harrison Love. Harrison talks about positivity, living in Belgium, influencers, making art for the future, Bright Futurism, art and the pandemic, Contecht, autonomous storytelling, NYC Art Movement, his families art legacy, the Rhode Island School of Design, finding his voice, process, sales and commissions, and pr…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Altered Book Artist, Valerie Savarie. Valerie talks about how she got started sculpting books, working parameters, making art for yourself, process, inspiration, old books, commissions, public art, Edward Gorey, collaboration, pricing, Valkarie Gallery, and advice to aspiring Artists. Check out Valerie’s beautiful …
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Hayley Richardson, Director at the Dikeou Collection. Hayley talks about her education and path to becoming the Director at the Dikeou Collection, background of the Dikeou Collection, Zing Magazine, Devon Dikeou, collecting, and the importance of networking and internships. Join us for an informative and insightful…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Contemporary Sculptor and Painter, Brenda Stumpf. Brenda talks about growing up in a family of makers, quitting art school, Cy Twombly, poetry, mythology, trusting your intuition, process, finding beauty where you’re at, the Colorado art community, connection, cautionary tales, integrity of the work, and advice to …
 
This week, Wes and Todd check in with their friend, Artist Topher Straus. They talk about what’s been going on since last year during the pandemic, his evolving style, Grand Teton National Park, Hawaii, gallery relationships and their importance, commissions, dealing with rejection, charitable work, wineries, art fairs, marketing, collectors and he…
 
This week, Wes and Todd travel to Steamboat Springs, Colorado to talk with Master Printer, Sue Oehme. We talk with Sue about printmaking, her work, Oehme Graphics, how the pandemic affected her studio, and a plethora of other subjects. Join us for an enthralling conversation with Sue Oehme. Check out Sue Oehme’s work at her website at www.sueoehme.…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Musician and Artist, Cipriano Ortega. They talk music, two-string bass, Morphine (the band, not the drug), painting and Cipriano and Vitaliy Minyaylo regale us with some low rock! Check out Cipriano Ortega and his band at the Mercury Café, August 26th @ 9:30pm www.mercurycafe.com Follow Cipriano on social media: On…
 
This week, Wes and Todd check in with Pueblo Artist, Meghan Wilbar. They talk about what Meghan has been working on during the pandemic, how it affected her, her stunning solo exhibition, “Changing Light”, at Michael Warren Contemporary and the upcoming shows she’s a part of coming up towards the end of the year. Join us as we catch up with our fri…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist and Director of Naropa Community Counseling, Joy Redstone. Joy talks about Naropa, her journey as a mental health professional, her love of helping people, how art has helped her heal and process trauma, her assemblage art, encouraging people to make art, art and connection, dealing with grief and loss, happ…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Australian Artist and Illustrator, Leith O’Malley. Leith talks about living in South Australia, kangaroos, inspiration and ideas, intuition and process, tradigital, music and art, the circus, the dark and the light, misfits and characters, truth and authenticity, landscapes, pricing and selling art, and shares a bi…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Sammy Lee. Sammy talks about how identity plays into her work, motherhood, growing up in South Korea, immigrating to the United States at 16, studying architecture and what it brings to her art, her current exhibition “Remind Me Tomorrow”, feng shui, hanji, her street art cart, meal casts, bookbinding and a…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Jesse Littlebird. Jesse talks about deep diving into art during the pandemic, the thought and subject matter behind his art, growing up in New Mexico, gentrification, capitalism, nurturing community, learning how to listen, process, the internet and art, painting as performance, aesthetics, art and cultural…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Painter, Jeff Velarde. Jeff talks about his exposure to art as a child, how art keeps him balanced, seeing some of his favorite art masterpieces in person, working as an Art Director for Z-Axis, traveling and how it influences his painting, balancing family with work and his fine art, working large, process, commis…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Marsha Mack. Marsha talks about identity, the use of scent in some of her work, discovering ceramics, intuition, standards and aesthetics, having passion at the forefront of your practice, her solo exhibition “Exotic/Sophisticated”, Pocky, her previous work and projects, collaboration, production and the pa…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Abstract Maximalist Painter, Romelle. Romelle talks about her work, Michigan, art residencies, moving to Denver from Detroit, community, Babe Walls, what draws her to abstract work, Bridget Riley, process, her current exhibit “Supersonic Nonplace”, meditation, the conversation of painting, art and healing, murals, …
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Brett Matarazzo. Brett talks about the thought behind his work, design and photography, his love of nature, his elementary art teacher, Ms. Jepson and the importance of art in schools, working in Advertising, putting on his own pop-up art shows, tapping into the art community, Zeel, art during the pandemic,…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Kristina Davies. Kristina talks about her journey from Educator to full-time Artist, her insatiable love of learning, bringing arts to the classroom, what draws her to Abstract Expressionism, process, meditation and art, mentoring, art and social issues, inspiration, opportunities, dealing with rejection, r…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Photographer, David Stevens. David talks about his time at Kansas University, the catalyst for his interest in photography, his time in the Army, working as a photojournalist shooting news, his travels and experiences photographing in the Mississippi Delta and Hill Country, he also talks to us about some of the com…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with gouache plein air Artist, Tiffanie Mang. Tiffanie talks with us about her love of gouache, plein air painting, technique, the importance of fundamentals, simplicity, digital software, shape and value, her digital landscapes, brushes, routine, being in the moment, composition, process, animation, working on the Acad…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with the pioneering Artist in the XR art space, Brooke Einbender. Brooke talks about her incredible art experiences while attending Wake Forest University, her experience of VR and how it led her to incorporate AR into her work, her journey to Telluride, the idea of doors and how it plays into her work, her multi-facete…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Joey Kerlin. Joey talks about the catalyst that set him on his path in art, getting his BFA in Ceramics and a second degree in Philosophy, being a full-time Artist, teaching in De Beque and Parachute, Colorado, becoming homeless, art as therapy, pie, Shepard Fairey, the Toaster Crew, art as connection, phil…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Author, EllynAnne Geisel. EllynAnne talks about her journey leading up to becoming a writer and falling in love with aprons, coming up with concept behind the “Apron Chronicles”, doing the research and curating the stories for “Apron Chronicles”, Harriet Nelson, getting the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval, Jack …
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Richard Ingersoll. Richard talks about Alejandro Jodorowsky, oil and digital painting, process, subconscious and narrative, Carl Jung, psychology, influences and voice, music, Wichita, anima and animus, slot machines, self-censorship, Mouth House, storytelling, Sam Tallent, being a single Dad, time manageme…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Annie Decamp. Decamp talks about encaustic painting and digital art, growing up in Northern California, dyslexia, lederhosen and clogs, attending UC Berkeley, working at Oracle, working for Francis Ford Coppola Winery, designing jewelry, being self-directed, art and imperfection, becoming a full-time Artist…
 
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’…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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, …
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Curator and Owner of Space Gallery, Michael Burnett. Burnett talks about moving to Denver from Scotland, opening the original Space Gallery, Space’s evolution, and the business of running a gallery. Check out the Space Gallery website at www.spacegallery.org Follow Space Gallery on Social Media: Instagram - www.ins…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Michael Dowling. Dowling talks about the value of repetition, his start as an artist, deciding to pursue his art full-time, moving to Florence, god stories, lore, and legend, dark humor, puzzles, exploring humanity, routine and discipline, what it takes to be successful as an Artist, setting money goals, cr…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Russian-American Artist, Anastasia Samoylova. Samoylova talks about flooding in Miami, freedom of speech, naturalization, Russia, getting her MFA at Bradley University, being an early adopter of digital photography, teaching photography, her various projects, photo history, Breakfasts with; her homage to some of he…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Brooke VanDevelder. Brooke talks about art as refuge, inspirations, horror films, education, traveling, finding her voice, the role of illustration, editorial illustration, her folklore series, empathy, commissions, and the blessing and curse of being a perfectionist. Check out Brooke VanDevelder’s website at www.v…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Ira Sherman. Sherman talks about how he got his start in art, his mechanized sculpture, his series “Panaceas to Persistent Problems”, Chastity Couture – Impenetrable Devices, public art projects, jewelry, esthetic mechanical engineering & design, fashion shows, process & technique, Bitfactory, air muscles, flea mar…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Talya Feldman. Feldman talks about her journey that led her to pursue her MFA in Germany, what the MFA program at Hochschule für bildende Künste in Hamburg is like, the catalyst that led her to her current work that confronts right-wing extremism and imparts healing and hope, and how one can support oneself as an A…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Cody Kuehl. Kuehl talks about reassessing his art life during Covid, journaling, art festivals, creativity, work ethic, the origination of the Western themes in his work, contrasting the myth of the West with the reality of history, challenging stereotypes, narrative and storytelling, comics, influences, Bill Watte…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with artboss Co-Founders, Julia Rymer Brucker & Jessica Loving-Campos. They discuss how artboss came about, art schools and business education, art business mentoring, email newsletters, co-op galleries, empowering fellow creatives, workshops, pivot + polish, diversifying income streams, Covid and creative thinking, pro…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Carl Corey. Corey talks about being a Documentarian, his interest in photography at age nine, his start in commercial photography, honesty and truth in photography, following your voice, the state of the photography world, editing your work, influences, process, rural life, photography books, publishing books, prin…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Paul Weiner. Weiner talks about infusing social commentary into his art, art and Covid, Covid lexicon, process, Instagram, art and the American flag, free speech, Pierre Soulages, patriotism, art as investment, collecting, zombie abstraction, gallery representation, residencies, Kehinde Wiley, pricing, and legacy. …
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Mary Chiaramonte. Chiaramonte talks about narrative, nature, work ethic, her struggles with an autoimmune disorder, histamines, childhood, self-criticism, competitions, voice and vision, influences, mystery, death, favorite authors, and optimism for the future. Join us as we share laughs and ponder art and life wit…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Peter Strange Yumi. Yumi talks about his name, optimism, exploring painting and technique, Art Historians and Zoologists, imagery, mediums, self-examination, photography, Eugene Delacroix, voice, process, routines, social satire, Autonation, Fruitland, roller disco, sex and sexuality, the unified mind, buffoonery, …
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Curator, Rose Fredrick and Coordinator, Krista Hanley of the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale. They discuss how they have had to pivot to an online format due to the pandemic, how the Young Guns and Coors Western online auctions will work, virtual events, and the ongoing online artist talk series, Inside the Artist…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with the Artist, Matt Sesow, from his Washington, D.C., studio. Sesow talks about how he got into painting, influences, Basquiat and Bukowski, goals, saving money, investing, the 30-year plan, and how to go indie. Join us for a great conversation about art and business. Check out Matt Sesow’s work at his website: www.se…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with the phenomenal Denver Artist, Arlette Lucero. Lucero talks about art sales during the pandemic, being a two-artist family, inspiration, being an Art Educator, trees, prominent women in her work, Carlos Castaneda, illustrating books, CHAC, Year of La Chicana, Hecho en Colorado, and leaves us with some great advice f…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with A.L. Lummus, aka Amy Lee Lummus. Lummus talks about art in the time of Covid, pop-up shows, influences, art education, balancing family with an art career, the journey to becoming a full-time artist, pricing, artist statements, time, some of her favorite pieces from her new series, and regales us with a poem that s…
 
This week Wes and Todd reflect on their first year of doing the podcast, what they expect in the coming year, what guests they would like to get on and then they are joined by surprise special guest and friend, Dan Drossman. Check out Dan’s website at www.dandrossmanart.com Follow Dan on his social media: Facebook - www.facebook.com/dandrossmanart/…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with James Holmes. Holmes talks about lettering race cars as a kid, auto racing, his various business ventures, motorsports sponsor management, Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation, how to pivot during the pandemic, the incident that was the catalyst for him becoming an artist, his criteria for himself to be called an Art…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Eriko Tsogo. Tsogo talks about immigrating to the United States, being a DACA recipient, identity, art as calling, spirituality, art education, the various mediums that she works in, agency representation, residencies, Meow Wolf, social media, defiance, her diverse series of work, soap play, senses, Buddhism and sh…
 
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