In The Art Scene (an art podcast that has it all)
By In The Art Scene
This show helps artists and creatives discover other artists' stories so they don't feel like they are alone in the art scene.
We explore topics like:
- personal artist journeys
- how to find your artistic voice
- how to run your art business
- inspirational art stories
- how to become a successful artist
And many, many more...
We explore topics like:
- personal artist journeys
- how to find your artistic voice
- how to run your art business
- inspirational art stories
- how to become a successful artist
And many, many more...
S5 Holiday Bonus - Artist from Oregon Cori Derfus on her new brand of handmade natural watercolor paints Dusty Bee
Cori Derfus, the creator of Fur Beast Forest who you might remember from Season 2, recently came up with a new art enterprise. She is making organic, natural watercolors - and they are beautiful!!! The brand is called Dusty Bee and is available on Etsy. The quantities are limited for obvious reasons. But if you have a chance to get your hands on Dusty Bee paints it is going to make the perfect gift for an artist in your life or for yourself! https://www.etsy.com/shop/DustyBeeWatercolors
December 04, 2022
S5 Holiday Bonus - The neighborhood art shop Arte De Luz in City Heights, San Diego
Luz Maria Clayton is a digital artist and a small business owner in San Diego, CA. Her tiny art shop in City Heights just turned 2 years old and it's already a landmark of the neighborhood! Luz and her mother create and sell gift items, jewelry, art prints, crocheted hats, aprons, throw blankets -- you name it! The items that will make truly unique gifts from San Diego for any visitor to our city! https://www.artedeluzsd.com/shop/all-items https://www.artedeluzsd.com/our-story https://www.voice.com/creation/100000001749911
November 27, 2022
S5 E10: Latvian artist and designer Daiga Atvara on her art alchemy experiments and obsession with asteroids
Latvian artist and designer Daiga Atvara on her art alchemy experiments and obsession with asteroids
November 20, 2022
S5 E9 - SoCal artist scott davis takes photography to a level you never thought of
Forget everything you thought you knew about fine art photography because scott davis (and - before you come for me - he does prefer to spell his name with lowercase) is reimagining the way it's supposed to be.
November 13, 2022
S5-E8: English-born artist Simon Bull explains his approach to painting and successful art business
English-born artist Simon Bull explains his approach to painting and successful art business
November 06, 2022
S5-E7: Mexican-born artist Marianela de la Hoz on painting with egg tempera and expressing her feelings through art
Mexican-born artist Marianela de la Hoz is expressing her thoughts and feelings about the world through highly detailed surrealistic egg tempera paintings. Influenced by her Mexican heritage, her style reminds many people of Frida Kahlo's work and carries the same level of deep thought, symbolism, and loud statements.
October 30, 2022
S5-E6: Art as a human right. Annie Buckley, artist, educator, and founder of Prison Arts Collective, the San Diego-based non-profit.
Art is a human right. Annie Buckley is an artist, educator, and founder of Prison Arts Collective, the San Diego-based non-profit.
October 23, 2022
S5-E5: Child of Nature. Brazilian filmmaker Marcos Negrao on ways of the universe and how children are changing the world.
Brazilian filmmaker Marcos Negrao talks about how the universe has ways to help you do the work you are meant to do, about his amazing journey around the world meeting the children who make the real change for their local communities and for the planet.
October 16, 2022
S5-E4: New York artist Rose Brawn on her new perfect-imperfect art series.
New York artist Rose Brawn is talking about how her personal experience with physical issues informed her current work. Her new Circle series explores the idea of a "perfect shape" gaining more beauty after being distorted or damaged.
October 09, 2022
S5-E3: Good Things Vending. Chicago artist Steph Krim on being a mom, running an art vending business and helping local artists
Wouldn't it be cool if buying art was as easy as using a vending machine? Chicago artist Steph Krim is doing exactly that! Her small business Good Things Vending is helping local artists and makers vend their products at prime locations through vending machines. How was she able to pull it off while having a newborn baby and working a day job? Listen to this episode to find out!
October 02, 2022
S5-E2: Award-winning fine art photographer Gala Semenova on inner beauty and social justice
In this episode, an award-winning fine art photographer Gala Semenova talks about her very vulnerable projects that are meant to reveal the inner beauty and strength of her subjects. One project is celebrating the imperfections of female bodies and another is raising awareness about domestic violence.
September 25, 2022
S5-E1: The queen of seed pods. Australian artist Chelsea Baker turns native trees seed pods into stunning artwork.
Australian artist Chelsea Baker turns native trees seed pods into stunning artwork. How did she find a passion for it and everything about her process and inspiration -- listen to this episode! https://www.hellochels.art/
September 18, 2022
S4-E10: How to build your own art community. Panel discussion with Art Dart
We are wrapping up this season with a panel discussion - the first one on the podcast - about the role of the art community and how to find (or create) one that's right for you. Art Dart is a diverse group of artists from all over the States, a community of like-minded individuals that share knowledge and provide support for each other. https://www.instagram.com/artdart_artists/ https://linktr.ee/artdart
August 21, 2022
S4-E9: Artist-friendly NFT platform - Emily Drewry, Direcror of Marketing at Voice.com
In this episode, I'm talking to Emily Drewry, Marketing Director of Voice.com about the future of NFT and how Voice.com makes it easy and accessible for artists and collectors. https://www.voice.com/
August 14, 2022
S4-E8: Paper World. Photo realistic paper collages by the Boston-based artist Betsy Silverman
Each of Betsy Silverman's collages involves an intensive search for images with the correct value, intensity, and hue, as well as printed words to represent a new photorealist form with layered meanings. Official website: betsysilverman.com Instagram: instagram.com/betsysilvermancollage
August 07, 2022
S4-E7: San Diego artist MD Ferrera (Michele Lubin) on being connected to your feelings and expressing them through art
This is one of those episodes that need to be listened to on a quiet Sunday morning with a cup of coffee and a mood to be inspired for a day. I had a very heartwarming conversation with an amazing San Diego artist Michelle Lubin, a.k.a. MD Ferrera, about vulnerability, journaling, being honest with yourself, and raising children. https://www.mdferrera.com/ https://www.instagram.com/mdferrera/
July 31, 2022
S4-E6: Kevin Wallace, Director of Beatrice Wood Center for Arts in Ojai, CA on life, legacy, and influence of Beatrice Wood on art of the 20th century
If you have a chance to travel to Ojai, CA you absolutely have to visit Beatrice Wood Center for Arts in Happy Valley! A modest house turned into a museum and art center tells a great story about a woman who had a significant influence on the 20th-century art scene. https://www.beatricewood.com/
July 24, 2022
S4-E5: OMA Program (Opening Minds through Art), a program for people with dementia - Elizabeth Lokon, Elizabeth Rohrbaugh
I hope you remember S3 E6 with Elizabeth Rohrbaugh. Among other things, she was talking about her work with OMA program (Opening Minds Through Art) at Miami University, OH. OMA enables people with dementia to assume new roles as artists and teachers and leave a legacy of beautiful artwork. I knew that this alone is worth a whole episode! So here we are with Elizabeth Rohrbaugh and a founder of the OMA program Elizabeth "Like" Lokon. https://scrippsoma.org/
July 17, 2022
S4-E4: Bay area artist Key Dyer on the USPS sticker art movement and art collaborations
Key Dyer is part of the sticker art community that creates art on standard 228 USPS shipping labels. The movement is so widespread and collaborative that it's not uncommon to see one artist's work stuck to a STOP sign somewhere across the globe. What does USPS think about this art movement? Listen to the whole episode to find out!
July 10, 2022
S4-E3: Denver, CO based artist Adelina Gonzales (@That5280Lady) on how her music industry experience informed her visual art practice
When I first heard Adelina Gonzales's story I immediately knew I gotta get her on the podcast! An artist and a concert industry insider, she figured out how to turn wasted drumheads and trashed vinyl records into artworks. And she didn't stop there. Links and references Official website: that5280lady.com Instagram: instagram.com/that5280lady Shop original art: that5280lady.square.site Buy That5280Lady a coffee: ko-fi.com/that5280lady More Links: linktr.ee/that5280lady
July 03, 2022
S4-Bonus: Ukrainian artist Eugenia Brodsky on war in Ukraine, the war-related art, and a show-fundraiser to support Ukraine
Eugenia Brodsky is a photographer. She and her husband Samson, the video producer, are a part of the bright and dynamic Ukrainian creative scene. Moved by the united Ukrainian spirit, Eugenia followed and collected artworks created by Ukrainian artists from the first days of the war. Often disturbing and undoubtedly powerful, these images helped her cope with the horrible reality her fellow Ukrainians are facing. https://ukrainianspiritsandiego.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Ukrainian-Spirit-103256322412041/ https://www.instagram.com/ukrainianspirit/
June 28, 2022
S4-E2: Kristin Peterson, the co-founder of The Ugly Art Club on why everyone needs to make ugly art from time to time
In this episode, I'm talking to Kristin Peterson, a multimedia artist and co-founder of the Ugly Art Club. Why ugly art you ask? Well, let's find out!
June 26, 2022
S4-E1: San Diego artist and 3-times cancer survivor Judy Salinsky shares her story of battling cancer and how color helped her heal
I have known Judy Salinksy since 2018 when we both were members of the San Dieguito Art Guild. I admired her work as a painter and I watched her explore the world of bronze sculpture for the first time. But little did I know about her personal story, the challenging upbringing as an artist, and victorious battles with lung cancer... Whatever life has thrown her way, she has never given up on herself and her art. Links and references Official website: judysalinsky.com Instagram: instagram.com/judysalinskyart Facebook: facebook.com/JudySalinsky.Art
June 19, 2022
Season 3 Wrap up. Will there be a Season 4?
Season 3 Wrap up. Will there be a Season 4?
May 22, 2022
ArtReach San Diego Mural Program - with Izzy Halpern
ArtReach San Diego is one of my favorite organizations that I like to support. This is why they are making recurring appearances on ITAS :) And that's for a good reason! ArtReach is helping bring art and art education to schools and community centers that otherwise would have been left out due to lack of budget or other circumstances. In this episode, I'm happy to introduce you to ArtReach SD mural program and its manager Isabel (Izzy) Halpern. Izzy and I are talking about the ways ArtReach is able to make every mural project a meaningful communal event and the effects this program makes on everyone involved. artreachsandiego.org facebook.com/ArtReachSD instagram.com/artreachsd twitter.com/ArtReachSD linkedin.com/company/artreachsd
May 15, 2022
Corita Art Center - with Nellie Scott
I'm very excited to have Nellie Scott, Director of Corita Art Center in LA as my guest for this episode! My very first introduction to Corita's art was in December 2019 when I was working on a project based on my series of influential women for a local charity auction. Corita's story, dedication to art and art education, and freedom of her spirit blew my mind! She spent most of her creative years as a Catholic religious sister of the order of Immaculate Heart of Mary in Los Angeles, CA. A woman artist (in the 1960s mind you!), an educator, an activist, and a leader - she embodied everything we praise today but unfortunately was almost forgotten by the art community in the last 3 decades. This is why Nellie Scott, an art historian, and Director of Corita Art Center is so passionate about saving Corita's legacy and introducing it to as many people out there as possible! Visit corita.org Follow on IG instagram.com/coritaartcenter Facebook facebook.com/coritaartcenter Twitter twitter.com/coritaartcenter Sign up for the mailing list corita.org/subscribe
May 08, 2022
Everything You Need to Know About Giclee - Mark O'Donnell
Some of you may know that I work part-time at a local fine art printing company here in San Diego. In one and a half years, I have learned so much about giclee and other creative ways of reproducing art! And that is thanks to my boss and mentor Mark O'Donnell - an artist, and a fine art printing industry veteran. In this episode, Mark shares his personal story that led him from the art school to the fine art printing business when it was at the very beginning of its development. What I love about Mark is his openness and desire to educate and help every artist on what they can do take their art to a broader audience with prints. Official website: pixel2editions.com instagram: instagram.com/pixel2editions_printing
May 01, 2022
Art is The Healthiest Addiction - Elizabeth Rohrbaugh
When Elizabeth Rohrbaugh contacted me and said that she has her own "from corporate to art" story I thought it will be very similar to Jenny Jakl's (S2 E4) or my own. And, boy, was I pleasantly surprised! My chat with Elizabeth turned out to be one of the most inspiring conversations I've had this year! (And, spoiler alert, it has led to another inspiring interview that is coming soon in Season 4) Check Elizabeth's Instagram, website, and Skillshare courses: https://www.instagram.com/elizabeth_ann_rohrbaugh/ https://elizabethannrohrbaugh.com/ https://www.skillshare.com/profile/Elizabeth-Rohrbaugh/2625091
April 24, 2022
When the Art Finds You - Allison Dawrant
In this episode, I'm chatting with a wonderful artist from Canada Allison Dawrant. I'm personally very excited about this conversation because I feel like I've known Allison for at least a few years. I've been following her work for a while and I've even stolen some of her work for my art classes and she was totally cool with it (that's how awesome she is!) Allison embodies that unstoppable, kind, happy creative energy that draws people to seek and share her work. She's intuitively inventive with her art and more importantly - she feels and spreads the joy of it! Find more information in this blog post: https://intheartscene.com/2022/04/17/when-the-art-finds-you/ Find Allison online: https://www.instagram.com/artbyalimac/ https://www.artbyalimac.com/ https://artmagik.ca/ https://www.pinterest.ca/alimacg/_created/
April 17, 2022
Fables and Humanity - Cristy de Witt
In this episode, I invited a Netherlands artist Christy de Witt to discuss her highly unusual style of art and talk about her inspiration. Turns out, Christy is a big fan of fairy tails! No, no, not those sugar-coated Disney versions of the fairy tails but the real ones that have deep roots in hundreds and hundreds of years of European culture. Grim, scary, ugly but so... human. This is exactly what Christy's "little monsters" are like - very relatable and true to human nature. To see Christy's art, check out her Instagram @mizzwitty Her website is currently under construction, so stay tuned for that! You can also check her out on YouTube If you liked this episode, don't forget to buy us a coffee!
April 10, 2022
The Next Level of Art - Sergio Gomez
In this episode, I'm having Sergio Gomez in my virtual studio! Many of you may know him as a great artist and a founder of the Art Next Level Academy which exists to help artists to grow their businesses and find their voice in the art world. What else is this man known for? A gallery owner, a podcaster, and a newly published artist whose book is just about to come out. He's now also actively exploring the NFT world. How does he do all of that? How many hours does he have in a day? Sergio shared this secret and also his upbring story in our conversation. Listen till the end! Websites: https://www.sergiogomezonline.com/ https://33contemporarygallery.com/ https://www.theartistnextlevel.com/ From Your Studio To The World challenge https://www.theartistnextlevel.com/studio Social media: https://www.instagram.com/sergiogomezart/ https://www.instagram.com/33contemporary/ https://www.instagram.com/artnxtlevel/
April 03, 2022
Collaboration with Catanation Studios
Another creative collab with a great San Diego podcast Catanation Studios! Alex Catano invited me to talk about ITAS project, my art journey, and the current geopolitical events.
March 30, 2022
Embracing the Chaos - Ezerd Land
Ezerd Land was a complete mystery to me... Until we had this interview. Besides being an amazing artist, they turned out to be an absolutely beautiful human being with a shining personality and a whole bunch of crazy stories! It was an hour of joy and laughter. Now you guys can enjoy it too! Join me while I'm talking to Ezerd. You are in for a treat! Official website: https://www.ezerdland.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ezerd/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ezerd Twitter: https://twitter.com/ezerd Patreon: https://www.clubhouse.com/
March 27, 2022
The Business of a Traveling Artist - Candice Rodriguez
Candice Rodriguez is a returned guest. I did a story about her sun prints when I first started ITAS as a blog. Check it out https://intheartscene.com/2020/12/19/art-making-sun-prints/ It's been over a year since we spoke. In the meantime, she's been growing and perfecting her business as a traveling artist. I invited her to share her experience and spread some knowledge about how to be successful attending multiple art fairs all over the country for 9 months out of a year. Check out our blog post for links, references and photos: https://intheartscene.com/2022/03/20/traveling-artist/ https://candicheart.com/ https://www.instagram.com/candicheart https://www.facebook.com/Candicheart/
March 20, 2022
ITAS Season 3 - Trailer
The new season of ITAS podcast is just around the corner! We are sprucing it up and exploring different aspects of the art world with guests like Sergio Gomez (Art Next Level), Candice Rodriguez (aka Candiche), Mark O'Donnell (Pixel2Editions), Nellie Scott (Corita Art Center), and other amazing artists and art professionals!
March 16, 2022
I couldn’t avoid addressing the current situation in Ukraine. I don’t want to start an argument about what is right and what is wrong. All of this is wrong. The only thing that is right is the support that people show to each other. And this is what I wanted to talk to you about. The best thing we can do right now is to unite. Don’t finger point. There’s so much misinformation on either side and it only dives us. If you follow the news, please find as many different sources as you can to have a broad spectrum of information Better yet, find real people you can talk to who have connections or families in Ukraine or Russia and who get to hear of what is going on from their loved ones locally. Help as you can. Every little bit helps. I have a list of carefully vetted trusted organizations you can donate to on the blog post. https://intheartscene.com/2022/03/08/support-ukraine-with-art/ Use your voice online and offline to advocate for peace and humanity And I have a word for my beloved art community. We can do better! We are the ones who can inspire people in tough times! We are the ones to touch hearts and bring awareness! So I’m starting a hashtag #supportUkrainewithArt and pledge to donate 100% of the proceeds from "buy me a coffee" and from the sales of our branded merch up until the end of the war in Ukraine to relief organizations. I will also donate 50% of all my art prints sales as well. I ask you to join me in this effort or spread the word about it. Use hashtag #supportUkrainewithArt to let people know that you support the movement.
March 09, 2022
It's Begun With a Homeless Artist - Galina Marcus (Season 2 wrap-up)
In this last episode of the season, it's going to be just me talking at you. To keep things somewhat entertaining, I'm going to tell you a short story about a homeless artist I met back in 2016 and how this meeting planted the seed of an idea that grew into this podcast. Checked this blog post for the photos https://intheartscene.com/2022/02/21/homeless-artist/ Also, I want to give you a short overview of what is happening with the podcast right now and where we are going. The new season is almost ready and will be released starting March 20th after a short break. We have a list of some amazing guests this time, including Sergio Gomes (Art Next Level Academy), Nellie Scott (Corita Art Center), and many artists from all over the world (yes, we are going global!) Stay tuned! And I look forward to seeing you soon In The Art Scene! P.S.: If you want to support the show, you can buy me a coffee :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/InTheArtScene
February 27, 2022
Romantic Expressionist - collab with Caroline Karp
This episode is a bit different... First of all, because it has already been posted on another art podcast as a collaborative project, and also because I was interviewed just as much as my guest Caroline Karp. It's hard to say who was who's guest :) Nonetheless, we had a great conversation and got to compare notes not only about our creative journeys but also about our podcast projects. Please, check Caroline's awesome show Behind the Art Inspiration: https://anchor.fm/caroline-karp Learn more about Caroline in our blog post https://intheartscene.com/2022/02/20/romantic-expressionist/ Official website: https://www.carolinekarpartist.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/caroline_karp_artist/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carolinekarpart/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/karp_caroline LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolinekarp/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/carolinekarpart/_created/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUhkXhej_HsFSqirpPX_KRg
February 20, 2022
Sample HAUS - Diana Adams
In this episode, I am talking to Diana Adams, an artist and founder of Sample HAUS. Listen to her story to learn how she came to being a potter, where does the name Sample HAUS come from, and what she does to help other potters of color and young artists, in general, to get noticed. Official website: https://www.mysamplehaus.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sample.haus/ Support Potters of Color to raise funds for NCECA Convention 2022: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/kaaboclay Diana's collection for West Elm: https://www.westelm.com/search/results.html?words=sample%20haus Check out this blog post to learn more about Diana Adams and Sample Haus https://intheartscene.com/2022/02/10/samplehaus/
February 13, 2022
Remote Photography - Wendy Garfinkel-Gold and Astrid Kallsen
During the pandemic, we all have adjusted our life and work situations to be completely virtual. But what if you are a fine art photographer or a model? In this episode, I have both - Wendy Garfinkel, an accomplished fine art photographer, and Astrid Kallsen, a professional model - to talk about the remote studio photoshoots. Read more about Wendy and Astrid and see their collaborative work in the blog post: https://intheartscene.com/2022/02/05/remote-photography/ If you like this episode, don't forget to buy us a coffee :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/InTheArtScene Links and references: Wendy Garfinkel-Gold Official website: www.wendygarfinkelphotography.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wendygarfinkelphotography/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wgg_photography/ Second Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kalyani9/ Astrid Kallsen Official website: https://astridkallsen.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/astridadventure/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/astridadventures Model Mayhem: https://www.modelmayhem.com/etherealastrid Shop: https://astridkallsen.com/shop/
February 06, 2022
Paper Tapestries - with Sue Britt
In this episode, I'm talking to Sue Britt about her very unique art, the inspiration behind it, and her creative journey that led her to come up with something I personally have never seen in my life. Her paper tapestries are brilliant, tangible, and very architectural. It is hard to do justice to her artwork, so head out to her website to see the photos. Better yet, if you can find Sue at a live art show because even the best pictures can't translate all the uniqueness of her work! Official website: http://www.papertapestry.net/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/papertapestry/ As always, all the links and references will be on our blog: https://intheartscene.com/2022/01/30/paper-tapestries/ If you liked this episode and want to support the show, please, leave us a good review and buy us a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/InTheArtScene
January 30, 2022
From Corporate to Art - with Jenny Jakl
I'm chatting with Jenny Jakl, an artist who - like myself -started in a corporate world and left it to pursue art as a lifestyle and business endeavor. Jenny's story is almost a mirror image of my own journey, so I was extremely excited to talk to her about it! Where to find Jenny and her art: Official website: jennyjakl.com Instagram: instagram.com/jennyjaklartist Facebook: www.facebook.com/JennyJaklArtist Etsy: etsy.com/shop/JennyJaklArtist If you liked this episode, consider buying me a coffee :) Your support means a lot to me! For more info about Jenny and images of her artwork, check out this blog post
January 29, 2022
Furbeast Forest - with Cori Derfus and Winn Wright
In this episode, we are meeting with a great creative tandem of Cori Derfus and Winn Wright who have created a whole world of cute little monsters. A simple idea of making a coloring book turned into a whole journey of production, self-publishing, and lots of other things they had to learn and figure out along the way. Today, they are already working on their third book! You can find and order the books, prints, original Furbeast art, and more HERE. Learn more about the Furbeasts HERE. Check out Cori's and Winn's Instagram pages. Follow Furbeasts on Instagram, Twitter, and PopShopLive. Check out more information in our blog post. If you liked this episode, please, buy us a coffee so we can continue producing the show! Thank you for your support!
January 16, 2022
Girl Moto Power - with Katie Loftus
Katie Loftus is a larger-than-life, bold, in-and-out creative person. An artist, a stylist, a cancer survivor, and a motorcycle rider, she became organizing charity events in San Diego to advocate for women empowerment and women's health awareness 6 years ago. She painted her breast cancer experience and she rides a Frida chopper that she built herself. Her movement Ride To The Warehouse is a uniting force and a loud voice for the SoCal women moto community. Ride To The Warehouse official website Buy Tickets to 2021 event - Nov. 13, 2021 Check some of Katie's paintings in the blog post If you like the show, buy us a coffee! :)
October 12, 2021
No Sides, Only Love - with Rian Kasner
Hello and welcome to Season 2 of our podcast! In this episode, we are talking to a young but already accomplished mural artist Rian Kasner who left their mark in the art scene of Utah by supporting the LGBTQ community. Rian's website Rian's Instagram If you like the show, consider buying us a cup of coffee so we can keep going :)
September 07, 2021
Understanding NFT - with Michal Bacia
Who can explain NFT to artists better than an economist married to an artist? Our guest is exactly that! Michal Bacia, a husband of Angelique Bacia who you've met in episode 11, is an international economist and a blockchain specialist whose job is literally to design cryptocurrencies and tokens. Michal, who helped his wife create and list her first collection of NFTs, has shared his knowledge, dos and don'ts and his thoughts about risks and benefits of NFT for artists and creatives. References: Pink As An Experiment NFT collection by Angelique Bacia "Who Is Jackson Pollock" Documentary Interview with Teri Horton
July 18, 2021
What we've learned from all the stories in Season One. And what's next.
We recap previous artists that inspire us throughout season one of the ITAS podcast. This journey brings us different perspectives and insight on how to enjoy being an artist and what it means to succeed as an artist. Here are all our guests from season one: Cody Esp: Official website: http://www.cody-huff.com/hello Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/codychuff/ Shop: http://www.cody-huff.com/get-your-own-pet-portrait Kibbi Linga: Official website: https://kibbispillsart.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kibbi.spills.art/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kibbilingaspillsart/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmdEX01p5PoB2_Ar37WLgGg TikTok: https://firstname.lastname@example.org? Twitter: https://twitter.com/kibbilinga Cheryl Ehlers: Official website: https://www.cherylehlersart.com/index.html Blog & art news: http://artbuzz1.blogspot.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzl_7PkJZAMo8KAZRGeIxeA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cherylehlersart/ Deidre Szokol: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/art_sandbox/ Courtney Edgerson: Official website: https://www.courtneysimoneart.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/courtneysimoneart/ Painting shop: https://www.courtneysimoneart.com/shop/abstracts Jewelry shop: https://www.courtneysimoneart.com/shop/jewelry Tara Dunbar: Official website: https://tarasstrangeart.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/strangeartkc101/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/strangeartkc1 Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtSoStrangeByTara Angelique Bacia: Official website: https://abaciaart.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abaciaart/ Neville Billimoria: Mission Federal Credit Union: https://www.missionfed.com Aoinagi Ken Shu Kai karate school: http://aoinagikenshukai.com/wp/ Soul Food Friday weekly blog: https://soulfoodfriday.com/home/
July 08, 2021
Neville Billimoria: The Artist of Life
Neville Billimoria is a leader of the Aoinagi Ken Su Kai karate school, a founder of the San Diego Chamber of Purpose, and Ron's karate sensei of nearly 30 years. In this episode, we talked with Neville about how to be an artist of life not only to be happier but to heal the community and, eventually, the world. Listen to our conversation full of inspiration and wisdom! Mentions and references Mission Federal Credit Union: missionfed.com Aoinagi Ken Shu Kai karate school: aoinagikenshukai.com Soul Food Friday weekly blog: soulfoodfriday.com Support In The Art Scene If you like our podcast, you can buy us a coffee :)
June 14, 2021
Angelique Bacia: The Art of Quiet
We are talking to a wonderful abstract artist Angelique Bacia about becoming an international artist, about her latest creative explorations of "quiet" art, about our pandemic experiences, injecting positivity into the world, what money means to artists, and how we use Clubhouse. For photos and references, check out this blog post. Find Angelique and her art online: Official website abaciaart.com Instagram @abaciaart Support In The Art Scene If you like our podcast, you can buy us a coffee :)
May 31, 2021
Tara Dunbar: The Strange Power of Art
Buckle up, folks! This episode is an emotional rollercoaster. Tara Dunbar's story is not a usual one, it's full of pain, mistakes, and consequences. And it is the first time she is telling it in public. In short, her strange art is the means for her to get out of darkness and hopefully shine the way for others to do the same. Read our blog post Official Website: TarasStrangeArt.com (coming soon) Instagram: @strangeartkc101 Twitter: @StrangeArtKC1 Etsy: Art so Strange by Tara Tara's episode on Outside: Inside Radio Podcast by Prison Arts Collective - Season 2, Episode 2 Support In The Art Scene If you like our podcast, you can buy us a coffee :)
May 16, 2021
In The Art Season 1 Teaser
Welcome to "In The Art Scene!" We're seeking the answers to these fundamental questions: How to enjoy being an artist, and … How to SUCCEED as an artist. We'll be probing the psyches and harvesting the wisdom of practitioners of all kinds of art – painting, sculpting, writing, music, photography, cinema, performing arts … As well as music, martial arts, healing arts, and even, science and technology – wherever human creativity is being expressed and applied to help make the world a better, happier place.
May 08, 2021
Courtney Edgerson: The Artist of Mundane Life
There's beauty in every moment of your day no matter how boring or meaningless it might seem at the first sight. This is exactly what Courtney Edgerson is showing in her art, specifically in her series of Mundane Women. And she knows first hand that you can always find time for creativity and for following your dream even when your days are filled with the hustle and bustle of adult life. Check out this blog post for some visual aids and reference links. Where to find Courtney online Website: courtneysimoneart.com Instagram: @CourtneySimoneArt Shop Courtney's original paintings and jewelry Support In The Art Scene If you like our podcast, you can buy us a coffee :)
May 05, 2021
Deidre Szokol: The Art Sandbox
In this episode, we are talking to Deidre Szokol, an amazing collage artist from Canada. Her Instagram is full of bold colors and provocative images. A fan of sci-fi movies, a martial artist, an explorer of near and far neighborhoods, she maintains a child-like playful attitude toward everything she's creating. For the links and references and also some photos of Deidre's art, check out the blog post Deidre's Instagram @art_sandbox Support In The Art Scene If you like our podcast, you can buy us a coffee :)
April 26, 2021
In The Art Scene Trailer
We probing the psyche and harvesting the wisdom of practitioners of all kinds of arts: visual art, music, martial arts, healing art, and even science and technology! Check out our website Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and LinkedIn
April 11, 2021
Homer Chin: Painting With a Surgical Precision
To spruce things up a little bit on the podcast, we brought a person who is not your typical artist to talk about his perspective on creativity. Homer Chin is a retired surgeon and a competitive tennis player. A high-achiever and perfectionist, he picked up a brush about 17 years ago and signed up for an oil painting class. Listen to the full episode and check out the blog post. Homer's portfolio on BlogSpot Support In The Art Scene If you liked this episode buy us a coffee :)
April 11, 2021
Cheryl Ehlers: The Unstoppable Artist
This episode of the ITAS Podcast turned out to be an hour-long conversation with an amazing visual artist Cheryl Ehlers. And it was nothing like we expected because Cheryl has so much energy and enthusiasm that she practically took over the conversation! All we had to do is to give in and enjoy her incredible stories. You can find the links and references to the projects that Cheryl mentions in this blog post. Find Cheryl online: Official website: cherylehlersart.com Blog & art news: ArtBuzz YouTube channel: Cheryl Ehlers Facebook: Cheryl Ehlers Art Support In The Art Scene If you liked this episode buy us a coffee :)
March 28, 2021
Kibbi Linga: The Code of Art
In this episode of ITAS Podcast, we are talking to Kibbi, a self-taught psychedelic artist who found a healing process of creating a code of art for her feelings while processing them. Where to find Kibbi online Official website: kibbispillsart.com Instagram: @kibbi.spills.art Facebook: @KibbiLingaSpillsArt YouTube: Kibbi Linga Spills Art TikTok: @kibbi.linga.spills.art Twitter: @KibbiLinga Support In The Art Scene If you liked this episode buy us a coffee :)
March 08, 2021
ArtReach San Diego: A Small Organization That Makes a Big Difference - with Anna Laroque
Today, we are talking to Anna Laroque from a local non-profit organization ArtReach San Diego that is making sure that kids are not going to miss out on art programs at school. This is a small team of passionate creatives that is making a huge difference in our community. Listen to the very end because there is an active call for artists for their 2021 guitar art project! Share this episode with your friends, especially if they are visual artists in Greater San Diego Area! Go to the blog post for this episode to see photos and more. Follow and support ArtReach in their work of bringing art to as many kids as possible! Official website: artreachsandiego.org linkedIn: ArtReach SD Instagram: @artreachsd Facebook: @ArtReachSD Twitter: @ArtReachSD Guitar art auction application form Email: email@example.com Support In The Art Scene If you liked this episode buy us a coffee :)
February 20, 2021
Bea Gold: Art For Art's Sake
In this episode, we are talking with Bea Gold - a 93-year-old working artist whose evergreen enthusiasm and child-like curiosity are inspirational and uplifting. Bea shared with us her life story about being an art student and a young artist in NYC in the 1940s, about her incredible legacy as an educator and a childhood development advocate (Pathways LA), and also about how she manages to stay tech-savvy in her 90s. Although this is a long conversation, we couldn't find anything to cut out of it because Bea's story is simply fascinating. You can find a shorter version along with photographs on our blog post Find Bea online: on YouTube on Facebook on Etsy Bea's book "Tell Me a Story" Support In The Art Scene If you liked this episode buy us a coffee :)
February 08, 2021
Cody Esp: Erotic Art That Heals the World
In this episode, we are talking to Cody Esp, an amazing watercolor artist from Seatle, Washington. Among her other lines of work, Cody's erotic art really stands out for its vulnerable depiction of very intimate moments. It turned out, not only this art helped her heal from some traumatic experiences but keeps helping other women in their own healing process. Let's see what Cody has to say about this and other aspects of her work and life as a full-time artist. Check out the blog post for this episode. Where to find Cody online: Official website: cody-huff.com Instagram: @codychuff Shop Cody's work here Consider supporting In The Art Scene project by subscribing to our podcast and email list and by following us on Instagram Support In The Art Scene If you liked this episode buy us a coffee :)
January 22, 2021
Welcome to In The Art Scene
Welcome to our new show where we discuss what it means to be an artist! In this first episode, we telling you how we came up with the idea for this podcast and what we expect from it. In short, this show is an extension of the art community blog InTheArtScene.com that we started in October 2020 as a platform for artists to tell their stories. We found conversations with artists so far so fascinating that we decided to give them the voice. We will be inviting all sorts of artists and creatives and ask them questions about their life, career, hardships, inspirations, dreams, and art and business practices to give you a multitude of perspectives on how to enjoy being an artist and how to succeed as an artist. Subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts and sign up to our email list to stay in touch! If you want your story to be heard on our podcast drop us line!
January 08, 2021