Carrie Brummer talks about her project, Anonymous Woman, which was inspired by a visit to the US National Archives. In this episode of the podcast she talks about her work, her process using various media, inspiration of her designs having lived in the Middle East. She also discusses her online community Artists Strong and working toward an exhibition at the end of 2019.
Monaco based artist, Johanna Rossi is todays guest on the podcast. She talks about how motherhood brought her back to art a a channel to explore her relationship with the world.
After an early career circling the creative industries Johanna found herself in recovery from health problems after the birth of her first child. She became a health coach but soon realised that this part of her journey was leaving her unfulfilled. She picked up her paintbrushes again and uses art to explore her feelings and her connection with those around her.
Jeremy Wolff is the artist in residence at the Empire State Building.
Jeremy started his art career in 2014 and committed to it full time going all in. Since starting he has pursued various opportunities including galleries to show his work and take it to major art fairs, collaborations with brands such as Tommy Hilfiger and getting media attention and appearing in Forbes magazine.
In this episode he talks about his street-art-meets-fine-art aesthetic, and his career as well as his plans for the future.
Tia Lynn is a business empowerment coach based in California. In this episode we talk about hiring a coach, when to know you are ready to work with a coach, and how a coach in your art business can help you scale, reach your goals, and fast track your career and business.
An episode dedicated to artists fairs - why sell at an artists fair, how to choose the right one for you, what to do once you are accepted for the fair, and how to use the event to grow your sales and collector base.
In this episode I go into a deep dive of how an artists fair can be a great stepping stone in an artists career, give them invaluable experience and how to use the event to attract new collectors as well as the attention of galleries for representation.
Lucy Bryant talks about her work, how she is inspired when she finds original items in charity shops to create into new art works. She goes on to talk about her plates made for the engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and how the intentional joke went viral across the media. Lucy was picked up by her first gallery in 2018, and hopes to be working with five galleries in 2019 as well as collaborating with Ace Club
Michael Petry is an artist and curator as well as the director at MOCA London. In this episode he talks about his new book, The Word is Art published by Thames and Hudson. Along with the book, Michael is planning a touring exhibition which is currently stalled due to the Brexit negotiations. He discusses the impact of Brexit on the creative and arts sector, the resistance from ministers to acknowledge the impact on this area of our economy, and what it could mean for the future of the arts.
We discuss the book, how it came about and issues around translation given the book features 200 artists working in 60 languages..
My guest in this episode is Alex Gallagher, a collage artist based in the north of England.
She credits social media as giving her the opportunities that she would otherwise have missed out on. Alex, has worked on large scale commercial projects and is excited at the new opportunities that come her way through her online presence.
Sebastian Martorano is a stone sculptor based in Baltimore, Maryland. Much of the material used for his sculptures is salvaged from Baltimore’s historic, though often discarded, architecture.
In this episode he talks about his work as a sculptor, often delivering commissions for public spaces and buildings as well as his recent piece - Permanent Separation Anxiety which comments on the current issues of child and parent separation at the US southern borders.
Andrea Tyrimos is a street artist based in London. She also has a studio practice and is continually building a project titled Bipolar Picasso which draws attention to mental health issues. In this podcast we talk about her work as a street artist and collaboration with Centrepoint and Roys People Art Fair.
Mark Pearson is an artist who works from his studio in the Bussey Building in Peckham, South London. His paintings are often built from studies from life and he is regularly seen on the streets of Peckham and around the station, drawing and taking photographs.
Debbie Carne is an artist who uses vintage plates onto which she applies her designs sourced from image libraries. Summer 2018 sees her first solo show at the Exhibitionist Hotel in West London. For the podcast we talked about her journey to finding her style and how her practice has evolved.
Snowden Flood runs a design practice and has a shop at the Oxo Tower on the South Bank, London. In this post we talk about her work and career, why she collects antiques and wearing the many hats of a creative.
Roy Tyson is a driven artist who enjoyed the thrill of taking part in artists' fairs where he could learn from his visitors and sell his fine art photography. It led him to set up his own art fair called Roy’s People Art Fair, in 2017 which now takes place twice a year.
This episode of the podcast is all about licensing art which allows the artist to create another revenue stream from their work. My guest is Jehane Boden Spiers who is an art consultant, helping artists license their art and designs.
In this episode of the podcast I talk to business strategist and coach, Nicole Liloia. She explains business karma which might be holding back your success. Nicole talks about being responsive to other people, requests, emails and the like, if you are finding that people are not following up and responding to you
In this episode I talk to Rachel Gluyas from Dulwich Festival Artists' Open House. Rachel organises the artists' open house much like I do for Camberwell Arts, and in this conversation we were able to get into the aspects of our roles that are little seen by the artists we support.
In this episode I talk to artist and designer Sarah Hamilton about the Just A Card campaign which encourages people to buy from independent shops and makers. Sarah talks about what inspired her to start the campaign and how she grew her volunteer team to help support the project.