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Savvy Painter is a weekly podcast for artists who mean business. Antrese Wood talks to experts in the field about the business of art and how it gets created. Want to know how leaders in the fine art world of plein-air and landscape painting got their start? What habits do top artists have in common? Every week, we talk about representational painting, abstract art, alla prima painting, art competitions, art materials, watercolor, oil painting, how to get into an art gallery, how to succeed ...
 
Waiting To Dry is the most entertaining least informative art podcast on Earth. A podcast about art that's way more entertaining than reading an artist bio. Sergio Lopez is an artist who studied at art college, and Joshua Lawyer is self-taught. But both of them have a lot to say about being professional artists. This show isn't about what brushes to use or how to sell your paintings. They talk to artists and each other about what's going on in their lives and try to make each other laugh, an ...
 
You Feel Me? is an original Skullcandy podcast featuring conversations with musicians, artists, and athletes you should know about. Hosted by Lee Shaner, creator of the popular music podcast, Kinda Neat. Subscribe for new episodes and follow us on social @skullcandy for the latest on product and music.
 
Art Attack with Lizy Dastin and Justin BUA is a new kind of art podcast—engaging, informed, accessible and raw. Join artist BUA and art historian Lizy as they debate topical artworld happenings, bringing their unique—often contradictory—perspectives to the conversation. BUA is an internationally distinguished painter, television personality, writer, entrepreneur and teacher. He is perhaps best known for his renderings of often-overlooked characters that define the urban landscape; for instan ...
 
Welcome to Playhouse Experiences, hosted by Artistic Director of SoHo Playhouse, Darren Lee Cole. On this podcast you’ll be able to listen to interviews with both renowned and emerging theatre artists from around the world, explore why theatre is still central to culture in the 21st century, and hear about the balancing act between creativity and business. You’ll be able to follow Darren Lee Cole as he travels around the world in search of important and meaningful art to bring back to New Yo ...
 
Art Side of Life is a podcast and YouTube show dedicated to inspiring artists to pursue their passion in life and take action to make money as an artist. It is the perfect companion for your commute to school, work, or while you are creating. The artists share how to make money as an artist, how to get first art jobs, how to get freelance artist jobs, commissions, and clients, how to improve your art skills, how to find your style and grow your Instagram and social media following. Get inspi ...
 
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On another 2020 Covid call, Ben hears from animator, sculptor, background painter and gardener, Sean Willets. Sean explains his journey from Lego Brick films in stop motion, to painting his current animation in Procreate! Hear how having creative friends in your life can lead you into paths you never thought were possible! You can find Sean’s work …
 
We talk about drama surrounding Sergio and Vanessa’s food podcast A Bit Saucy and how painting is like making grilled cheeses, handling useless feedback, hating flies, avoiding comfort and boredom in your work, working through bad ideas, mural ideas vs. canvas ideas, and we revisit The Rock’s performance in the 2001 classic, The Mummy Returns! Chec…
 
When it comes to your time at the canvas, do you paint from observation or with reference photos and other tools? Have you had the opportunity to experiment with the size and scale of your paintings? I know that artists like you will be thrilled to hear from the brilliant and talented artist, Mike East. Mike is a representational painter who lives …
 
On this week’s episode we discuss artists who feel entitled to a foot in the door, versus artists who have the confidence to create their own opportunities. What about false confidence, or losing confidence as you gain skills? Also what’s the difference between Wayne Thiebaud and Tim Tebow? Is there one? All this and more! Rate and review us on App…
 
Sergio recaps his experience doing the STRADA Easel 30-day painting challenge. Josh recaps being MJ’s mural assistant for the month of September. We discuss evolving for speed and efficiency vs falling back on what works, the Pow Wow Art Festival in Lancaster, problem solving on a wall vs pre-planning, needing room to grow narrative skills, hanging…
 
Who was it that inspired and empowered you as you began your journey as an artist? Did you have a family member who nurtured and encouraged your creative aspirations? Maybe it was a peer or a mentor from afar - almost everyone has that special person or group of people who spurred them on as an artist. While our world continues to grow more interco…
 
Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, Ben calls Victor Calleja and Vanessa Galeano to hear about their work in the animation industry and how they’re handling being an artist in these difficult times. You can find Victor’s work here: @victorhcalleja https://www.instagram.com/victorhcalleja/ You can find Vanessa’s work here: @vanessavgaleano https://www.ins…
 
What comes to mind when you think of the word, failure? Do you start internalizing the word? Do you hear that inner voice roaring the negative talk that sends you spinning? Or have you found a way forward to understand and overcome the fear of failure that plagues so many artists? By no means will I say that I’ve discovered all the answers or every…
 
Do some artists fall back on their technical skills to ignore the necessary marketing and sales work in their goal of making it? That’s what we tackle on this week’s minisode! Some actual tips and tricks tucked away in this episode(don't say we never helped ya) so if you're beginning your art career, this is one you want to check out!…
 
Sergio recaps his birthday trip to Tahoe with Vanessa, and what he learns by painting in plein air so much, Josh talks about some of the meaning behind his latest painting, the documentary “Last Chance U” and the danger of too much praise, making them hits vs. just practicing, finding the “game within the game” to keep painting interesting, paintin…
 
How did you get to where you are right now in your career? Can you remember and identify clear moments that brought you to where you are today? How have you evolved over the years? It’s funny how often we become unaware of the passage of time - you think you’ll be stuck in a phase FOREVER and blink - 10 years go by just like that! I’m learning to s…
 
Sergio recaps his Oregon travels with Vanessa, Josh amends his “rich people like shiny stuff” theory, painting under a pseudonym(or a cinnamon), if mental issues help with creating good art or successful artists, if artists should big-up themselves more, the art world needing better ambassadors(and why David Choe ain’t it), we rate a bunch of art m…
 
The last time we had an Office Hours episode I got a ton of positive feedback so I decided it would be good to feature another session. These topics and questions come from our Savvy Painter Growth Studio. Artists just like you who are looking for ways to hone their craft and move their creative process forward have all found a supportive environme…
 
Have you ever stood in awe of a large scale painting? When was the last time you felt like a painting sucked you in so totally that you could almost say you lost yourself in that painting? I love to explore and encounter the sheer magnificence that large scale paintings have to offer. Here to give us a welcome peek behind the curtain of his large s…
 
Waiting To Dry Art Podcast #104 "...While The World Is Burning??" We talk about Josh attracting conspiracy theorists, Craigslist, Sergio's upcoming Oregon trip, Josh's problem with the recently posted art meme, Sergio’s recent trip to Arby’s, vague-cast about recent artist drama being aired out on Instagram, which leads to a discussion around stude…
 
I’ve been hearing a lot of questions from long time listeners of the podcast and from fellow artists who are taking some of my growth courses. This episode is the result of compiling some of those questions to provide helpful answers to artists like you! I don’t have all the answers but I have picked up some helpful tips and insights over the years…
 
Back at it again after a month-long hiatus! Had some internal stuff to work out but we’re goin’ strong again. We talk about learning how to camp, Josh’s financials post-day-job, stretching, doing art competitions for advertisement purposes, Younggripper on Tiktok, podcasts that Sergio listens to, David Lynch, @jasknightart vs Arcadia Contemporary, …
 
Do you remember that initial spark of creativity or that idea that ushered you on your journey to become an artist? For many of us, that spark was so long ago that we feel like we were born with it. Sometimes we can lose sight of our creative spark or it may even dim over the years - here to give us a powerful perspective from an impressive and sea…
 
I know that talking about race and the on-going impact of racism is a challenging subject, to say the least. Given the recent events of police brutality in the United States, I wanted to do my part to create a space where we can discuss positive solutions and really understand what our black neighbours are experiencing. Many of you are scared and u…
 
It's the Waiting To Dry drinking game part 2! Sergio and Vanessa do their own version of the "Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet" podcast and read bad reviews of art museums. We also drink every time someone mentions kids, bathrooms, the price of the museum, false expectations for the museum, or complains about the point of the museum. Go make your fav…
 
Have you ever tried painting from memory? How did it turn out for you? Have you ever thought of a picture as a thing in and of itself rather than a memory of the image it captures? I was thrilled to get the opportunity to speak with the talented and engaging artist, Edwige Fouvry who often takes the approach of painting from memory. Edwige Fouvry w…
 
#101 Tony Guaraldi Brown, Vanessa Walsh "Good Job Keep Going" While Josh is up in Portland working on a mural with MJ, Sergio and Vanessa do a show with their good friend Tony Guaraldi Brown! They talk about how Tony’s name is constantly butchered, the local scene holding up through quarantine, extol the virtues of gouache, wonder if James Gurney i…
 
Harrison Simon returns for the long overdue first pop roundup of 2020. It’s been a wild few weeks for pop fans, and we react to the “Rain On Me” event single; new singles from Chloe x Halle, Bree Runway and Yung Baby Tate; the Savage vs. Say So superstar remix chart race; Twitter being mad at Lana del Rey and Doja Cat; and much much more. Plus, the…
 
In another quarantine episode, Ben and Drew call Disney TV Animator, Matt Westfall! Hear about Matt’s transition from IT to animation, his work on music videos and television, exposure sheets, and what every character design portfolio needs! You can find Matt’s work here: https://mattwestfall.wixsite.com/mwestfallanimation Follow Matt’s Instagram: …
 
When was the last time you saw a painting that really challenged you? How do you typically react to paintings that portray suffering or difficult political topic? I am grateful for the opportunity I had for a long-ranging conversation with the artist, Max Ginsburg. Max is a native New Yorker, many of his paintings center on people and places around…
 
It’s episode 100! Josh reveals some life-and-career-changing news! How much time will Sergio do to protect Josh’s criminal enterprise? How come celebrities have no talent? These questions and more from the listeners are answered! Flea vs. the ShamWow guy! Peepee River vs PooPoo mountain! We talk about sharing works-in-progress on Instagram, and end…
 
What subject matter do you love to paint? For you maybe it’s going outdoors and painting en plein air or to a crowded marketplace. Each artist has to find their own source of inspiration and motivation as they travel on their artistic journey - for Ricky Mujica - it’s all about family. Ricky is an award-winning artist whose work appears in collecti…
 
Georgie Morvis returns for an informal review of Rina Sawayama's excellent debut album Sawayama. We also answer spring 2020's most pressing questions: How did Dua Lipa become the chosen one? Who were we excited to see on Gaga's Global Benefit concert? What do we think about the current season of Rupaul's Drag Race? Plus: J-Lo updates, a casual list…
 
What comes to mind when you think of the phrase, “Taking up space?” Does your mind go to something large and inviting or intimidating and serious? Too often the idea of “Taking up space” has been reserved for negative connotations - what if we flipped the script? This week’s guest focuses a lot of her time in the studio creating large-scale oil pai…
 
Joshua Lawyer and Mj Lindo Lawyer play a drinking game where they try to have a conversation without talking about the current pandemic... They get really drunk. tune in to listen to them talk about a show they are working on, different ways they tackle story, figuring out how to judge the public while staying indoors, and a the recent murder of th…
 
Amid CoVid-19, Ben calls up his friend, David Moongeeuh, to talk about David’s journey into animation and how that led him to direct commercials and a short film at Sony Animation Studios! David describes how humor is what drives his work, which can be a relief during this corona virus season! Check out David’s commercials for Get Insurance Today! …
 
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