Today’s guest is Caylee Grey from GetMessyart.com. Caylee is a South African artist living in Germany. We really wanted to have Caylee on the podcast as her mission is close to our hearts, to encourage people to have a regular creative practice. Caylee has a fascinating story of how she started art journaling as a challenge she set herself which then turned into her full-time business. She teaches others how to journal and most of all to love the process of creating art. Her mission is to empower 10 000 people into a regular creative practice.
Today’s guest is Laura Frankstone https://www.laurelines.com/ . Laura is an Artist, Urban Sketcher and Illustrator from North Carolina. Sandra first came across Laura's work about 12 years ago when she stumbled across her blog. It was Laura that inspired her to start her own blog all that time ago.
In today's episode, we are going to talk about completing a creative challenge. As many of us who have taken part in creative challenges will know starting a creative challenge is easy. You start out full of excitement and great intentions. However, maintaining momentum to see the challenge through to the end is much harder.
Today's guest is Lewis Rossignol, an illustrator and artist based in Portland, Maine USA. He specializes in combining hand-drawn and collaged imagery.
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Etsy Shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/LewisRossignolArt where you can buy prints and books
Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/lewisrossignol
Today’s episode is all about creating themes for your sketchbooks.
But why would you want a theme for your sketchbook?
It can really help with indecision, having a theme can prevent that feeling of not knowing what you are going to draw. But if you are worried you will get bored with just one theme, you could have several sketchbooks on the go, each on different theme.
For example you could have one for doodles, landscapes, portraits, cartoons, challenges etc. Then just pick up the one that you feel like doing the most.
Today's guest is artist Ian Fennelly. Ian is an amazing urban sketcher, artist and teacher, who loves painting on location. Most of his work involves painting buildings which he paints in a lively vibrant way. When we previously interviewed Ian we were speaking to him after the show and he mentioned his interest in art and mental health. With everything that is going on at the moment with the Corona Virus lockdown, we thought this was the perfect time to get him back to share his knowledge.
Today's episode is all about how to find creative ways to cope with isolation following the coronavirus outbreak.
And as well as the podcast we put together this bumper blog post with links to free creative courses, resources and ideas for things to do during the Coronavirus outbreak.
In podcast episode 46, we spoke about how sometimes, taking a short break from our art can be beneficial and help to re-fill our creative well. But what if you haven’t drawn for months, or even years? You pick up that pencil again and somehow it just feels so alien, that you just put it down again.Today we are going to talk about that.
Today’s podcast guest is Eric Hanscom, an intellectual property attorney who is answering your artist’s questions about copyright. Eric has been an intellectual property attorney for the last 20 years. He has successfully filed and prosecuted thousands of patents, trademarks and copyrights for his clients in more than 50 countries. As well as understanding copyright as an attorney, Eric is also a Drone photographer so understands the other side of intellectual property from a Creative’s perspective.
As Artists and Creatives we are often asked questions that can really ruffle our feathers, even if they are meant with the best intentions.