Welcome to today's episode. And today we’re going to share drawing challenge ideas that will help improve your drawing skills. That could be by taking part in existing drawing challenges or setting a personal challenge for yourself. We’re going to talk about how these challenges can help you.
In today’s podcast, we are talking about Instagram for artists with Amy Eaton from Amytakespictures.com. Amy is a product and brand photographer turned educator. Amy teaches makers, artists and creatives how to take gorgeous photographs for their businesses. Amy talks about how best to present yourself as an artist and how to photograph artwork for Instagram and social media.
Recently, we asked if there was anyone in particular that our listeners would like us to interview. One of the answers stood out to us. It was from a member of our Facebook group, Rick Fravor. Rick suggested that we interview an artist who is sight impaired, and that is not a subject we’ve touched on before, so of course we thought it was a great idea. But we decided, why not interview Rick himself… After all, he is artist and he is also sight impaired! Perhaps he will be the one to inspire other people who are physically disadvantaged in some way, to just have a go! Rick hasn’t let his sight impairment stop him from making art, and today he talks about how art has enriched his life.
In today's art podcast, we are talking about artist Imposter syndrome which we previously covered in Episode 10. Now is a good time to revisit this subject, because Tara and I have got good reason to be going through a bit of it ourselves, as well, I'm sure as so many artists in the Art Community do sometimes.
In today’s episode, we’re going to delve into the topic of being a self-taught artist and all of the self doubt that comes with it.
In today’s podcast we are talking about the art of idea generation. A few years ago I was a bit obsessed with learning about idea generation, it was to overcome that stuck feeling when I was working on a graphic design project. There are lots of different idea generation techniques, many of which you can apply to your art so Sandra and I want to share some of our favourites with you.
Welcome to today's episode. Today we’re going to talk about the biggest mistakes beginner artists often make. If we look back to when we first started creating art, with the benefit of hindsight we might have done some things differently. Even now with more experience we still make a lot of mistakes eg. does anyone else not want to start a new sketchbook for fear of “ruining it”?
In today’s podcast we are talking about the benefits of starting your art journey later in life. So if you’ve been thinking about creating or know someone that is, remember it’s never too late, whatever your age.
Today's podcast guest is Carrie Waller. Carrie is an award-winning watercolour artist working in a realistic, detailed style. Her studies in Interior Design and Graphic Design as well as her time spent living in Europe and Asia have influenced her as an artist. Her unique works are bold, vibrant and dramatic. As well as exhibiting and selling her art she also teaches workshops and private classes.