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I Like Your Work: Conversations with Artists, Curators & Collectors

I Like Your Work supports artists! Each week artist Erika b Hess interviews artists, gallerists, collectors, and curators to cover topics that will help you in your art practice! From inspiring interviews from the lives of artists to business practices you will walk away ready to get in the studio!

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Eps 26: Artist Joanne Greenbaum- Making the Work, Making a Living, and a Deep Knowledge of Painting

In this episode, I talk to artist Joanne Greenbaum about education, politics of art language, the deep internal intelligence in painting, the power of introversion, mark-making, color and her exploration of materials. We dive into so many wonderful topics including the myth that "real artists don't have day jobs" and "everything has been done".   Joanne Greenbaum earned a BA from Bard College, Annadale-on- Hudson, NY. Over the past twenty years, Joanne Greenbaum has exhibited widely at international venues including at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art,   Overland Park, KS; Kusthalle Düsseldorf, Dusseldorf, Germany; and MoMA PS1, New York, NY; among many others. In 2008, a career-spanning survey of her work, with corresponding catalogue, was mounted by Haus Konstruktiv in Zurich, Switzerland and traveled to the Museum Abteiberg in Monchengladbach, Germany. In 2018, The Tufts University Art Galleries at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA mounted Joanne Greenbaum: Things We Said Today, a comprehensive solo exhibition that traveled to the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, CA.   Greenbaum is the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, including The Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Award from the Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY; The Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant; Artist in Residence at The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX; The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant; and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Grant. Her work is included in the collections of the Brandeis Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA; CCA Andratx, Majorca, ES; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA; Haus Konstruktiv Museum, Zurich, CH; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach, Germany; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, KS; and the Ross Art Collection at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Greenbaum lives and works in New York.   Joanne Greenbaum: Things We Said Today, Exhibition Brochure with Essay by Kate McNamara, Jan. 2018   LINKS:   http://www.joannegreenbaum.com/http://www.pollyapfelbaum.com/http://www.bullseyeglass.com/https://www.amazon.com/Quiet-Power-Introverts-World-Talking/dp/0307352153https://www.racheluffnergallery.com/http://tellesfineart.com/http://flagartfoundation.org/https://www.sunlighttax.com/ilikeyourworkhttp://bridgettemayer.com/

56mins

9 Mar 2019

Rank #1

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Artist Lisa Congdon: Finding Your Artistic Voice, Imposter Syndrome & Generosity

Lisa Congdon is an incredibly talented, successful and humble artist. I am pretty much obsessed with Lisa because she is an organized, artistic, kind and genuine dynamo! She is an illustrator and author best known for her colorful, graphic drawings and hand lettering. She works for clients around the world including Comme des Garçons, Crate and Barrel, Facebook, MoMA, REI, and Harvard University among many others. She is the author of eight books, including the starving-artist-myth-smashing Art Inc: The Essential Guide to Building Your Career as an Artist and her latest book Find Your Artistic Voice: The Essential Guide to Working Your Creative Magic (August 2019). She was named one of 40 Women Over 40 in 2015 and she is featured in the 2017 book, 200 Women Who Will Change the Way you See the World. She lives and works in Portland, Oregon. In this episode we dive into: -Switching careers later in life- How she started making work around the age of 32 -Becoming a PRO- Rejecting imposter syndrome and lessons learned -How she got into writing and teaching-ie her belief in giving back and being generous -Advice-She wrote the book on art business! Hear her advice for artists both artistically AND on the business end. You guys are going to absolutely LOVE this episode, I know I had a blast talking to her. Thanks for listening!  LINKS: https://lisacongdon.com/ Follow Lisa on Instagram @lisacongdon Lisa's books: Art, Inc: The Essential Guide for Building Your Career as an Artist Find Your Artistic Voice: The Essential Guide to Working Your Creative Magic (Art Book for Artists, Creative Self-Help Book) A Glorious Freedom: Older Women Leading Extraordinary Lives Visit Lisa at her store in Portland Lisa's class on Workflow, Time Management and Productivity for Creatives

51mins

7 Sep 2019

Rank #2

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Eps 21: Artist, Writer & Change Maker Sharon Louden

I had the incredible fortune to meet up with Sharon Louden in Queens a couple of weeks ago to talk about her work and I had such a wonderful time! Sharon is an artist, educator, advocate for artists, editor of the Living and Sustaining a Creative Life series of books and the Artistic Director of the Visual Arts at Chautauqua Institution. In this interview, we talk about her work, sharing opportunities, and her new opportunity that she is sharing as the artistic director of the visual arts at Chautauqua Institution. The School of Art at Chautauqua is an incubator of inclusive and expansive programming in the visual arts composed of classes, workshops and one-on-one time with mentors covering all media. https://www.sharonlouden.com/bio/   Sharon Louden: https://www.sharonlouden.com/ Sharon Louden Live Sustain: https://www.livesustain.org/ Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 Working Artists https://www.livesustain.org/essays-by-40-working-artists The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life https://www.livesustain.org/artist-as-culture-producer Hrag Vartanian: www.hragvartananian.com Two Old Bitches Podcast: www.twooldbitches.com Jean Shin: www.Jeanshin.com Chautauqua: www.art.chq.org Colleen Kelsey: www.https://www.colleenkelseyart.com/ Mel Prest: http://www.melprest.com/ Wyoming Arts Council: https://wyoarts.state.wy.us/ Bridgette Mayer Coaching: http://bridgettemayer.com/ The Art Cure: https://www.amazon.com/Art-Cure-Memoir-Abuse-Fortune/dp/1619614987 Bridgette Mayer Gallery: http://www.bridgettemayergallery.com/ Bridgette Mayer Consulting: http://www.bridgettemayerartadvisors.com/ Eps 16 Bridgette Mayer: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eps-16-gallerist-entrepreneur-bridget-mayer-not-giving/id1436361262?i=1000426657420&mt=2 Eps 3 Kerri Ammirata: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eps-3-artist-kerri-ammirata-finding-your-center-in/id1436361262?i=1000420702041&mt=2 Podcast Page: https://www.erikabhess.com/ilikeyourworkpodcast

44mins

2 Feb 2019

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Eps 28: Gallerist Abigail Ogilvy-Listening to Stories & Tips for Artists Approaching Gallerists

In this episode, I talk to Abigail about interest in other people’s stories, how she moved from the tech world into the art world, and her tips for artists approaching gallerists.   Abigail Ogilvy Gallery exhibits contemporary art with a heavy emphasis on concept driven artwork by emerging to mid career artists located across the country and internationally. The gallery primarily focuses on paintings, but also exhibits a range of other medias including photography, sculpture, mixed media, digital prints, drawings and much more. AOG aims to expand the Boston art scene by seeking out strong artists who have yet to be recognized or shown in the area. Since opening in 2015, the gallery has hosted over 30 exhibitions. Our exhibitions typically run between 4-6 weeks in our space while works by gallery artists are available in our nearby showroom. Owner Abigail Ryan and Director Allyson Boli are dedicated to developing each artists' career, while acting as an accessible platform for the appreciation and promotion of contemporary art in Boston.   The gallery is committed to exhibiting the strongest work from both local and international artists. We are interested in a wide range of artistic ideas and in showing all media.     LINKS   Meredyth Hyatt Moses https://www.abigailogilvy.com/blog/2016/6/9/meredyth-hyatt-moses-collecting-art   Abigail Ogilvy Gallery http://www.abigailogilvy.com/about   The Wild Residency https://www.thewildresidency.com/wild-venice   Sunlight Tax, Get $15 off! https://www.sunlighttax.com/ilikeyourwork

39mins

23 Mar 2019

Rank #4

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Carve Out Time For Art-Motherhood, Making Time & Embracing Efficiency

I am so excited to welcome Marissa Huber and Heather Kirtland to the show! Marissa and Heather are both artists and they also created the amazing site Carve Out Time For Art. The mission of COTFA is to empower people to stop dreaming and start doing! From 2015-2016 they posted an artist/mother interview a week and they are now releasing their book, The Motherhood of Art Book in April! This is such an amazing resource and I wish I would have had this when I had my first child. Marissa and Heather are shining a light on a topic that affects so many women in the arts. Through their site and book, they are creating conversations that are allowing people to live their best life and create community. “Women and new mothers are constantly encountering the message that they can never do anything for themselves once they have children. This conversational book is like brunch with girlfriends, offering you friendly advice, community encouragement, and tips on carving time out for creative endeavors. Meet women who not only defied the "no more time to be an artist" stereotype, but found motherhood gave them focus, confidence, and efficiency in their art and creative endeavors.”   This is a majorly EMPOWERING episode for anyone rejecting negative societal expectations placed on them from "you can't be an artist and have kids", "you have to give up everything for your kids" to "in be an artist you must be ____". None of these statements support artists rather they pass judgment and leave a narrow window for what an artist can be.   In this episode, we cover a ton of great info including: -not feeling guilty for making time -organizing time -parenthood leading to becoming a more efficient creator -our stories on how to adapt to a new schedule -how we made time for art   RESOURCES: I Like Your Work Podcast Studio Planner Instagram Submit Work Money Bootcamp- Use code ILIKEYOURWORK20 for $20 off Bridgette Mayer Art MBACarve Out Time For Art Website Artist Mother Interviews Pre-Order the Book COTFA on Instagram 20 on the Rise Interview Interview in Create Magazine COFTA Newsletter

56mins

3 Jan 2020

Rank #5

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Robert Gamblin: Pigment, Paint & Passion-Creating Paintings & an International Paint Making Company

I am thrilled you are here for this episode with the artist and creator of the fabulous oil paints, Robert Gamblin! Robert makes wonderful landscape paintings and is the founder of  Gamblin Artists Colors, an international brand of oil painting and printmaking materials. In this episode we talk about Robert’s time in art school, how and why Robert started Gamblin Paints, how he grew the company, his work as a painter and also tons of great info about pigments, mediums and grounds! I know you guys will love hearing from Robert! I have to say that I’m really inspired by Robert. He is a generous artist who wants to support other artists and I feel like we are interested in the same things in that regard. He has built this amazing oil paint business, the largest in the US and they make GREAT paint which I’ve used for over a decade! They are innovative with their mediums to make things that artists want AND they provide a ton of FREE resources on their website which are seriously helpful. So if you guys head to https://gamblincolors.com/tips-and-techniques/ you can find tons of info from videos on how to varnish your work, to what mediums would be a good fit, to how to travel with oil paints!   This episode is sponsored by Hannah Cole of Sunlight Tax. She is an artist who created the Money Bootcamp exclusively for artists! It is a yearlong program that will empower you with the tax and money tools you need, so you can make brave work! What you get: -online training -one on one coaching -monthly accountability checklists -AND the option of getting your taxes done by an artist expert   Hannah has set up a code just for you guys! So ILYW Listeners get $20 off Money Bootcamp by using the code at Check out ILIKEYOURWORK20! So go to https://www.sunlighttax.com/moneybootcamp and enter the code for $20 off!

1hr 10mins

6 Dec 2019

Rank #6

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Curator Kate Mothes: Tips for Applying to Shows, Posting on Social Media, and Curating YoungSpace

Kate Mothes is an independent curator and founder of Young Space, an extremely successful online exhibition space that also partners with galleries. In this episode, we cover tons of helpful info for artists looking to apply to juried shows from how to contact curators, what to share, and studio visits. Kate talks about why she started Young Space and what she looks for when curating an exhibition. Kate is extremely generous with her knowledge and is such a supporter of artists! You will have a great time hearing from her!   She received a Masters in Art History, Theory, and Display from Edinburgh College of Art at the University of Edinburgh, and her Bachelors in Art History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition to yngspc online exhibitions, selected recent exhibitions include Wolves by the Road at Assembly House, Leeds, England; I Could Go On Forever at PADA Studios, Lisbon, Portugal; Run Straight Through at Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, California; and Crocodile Tears during Greenpoint Open Studios in Brooklyn, New York.   Instagram TV-Kate's Top 5 Social Media Tips For Artists Young Space Young Space Instagram Wolves by the Road, Assembly House, Leeds Crocodile Tears- Green Point Open Studios     Young Space Mission: To promote, support and collaborate with emerging contemporary artists, encourage transparency, and to engage artists, students and the community in meaningful dialogue through unique content and projects.   Check out Young Spaces upcoming Exhibition Night Garden Oct 12-November 10 the yngspc autumn 2019 online exhibition. URL announced soon!

53mins

4 Oct 2019

Rank #7

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Eps 24: Finding the Right Space- Curator Lynne Cooney

Lynne Cooney is the Artistic Director and chief curator of the Boston University Art Galleries where she has organized numerous group and solo exhibitions. Lynne received a BA in English from Simmons College, Boston, an MFA in photography from the California College of the Arts, San Francisco, and an MA in Art History from Boston University. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Boston University’ in the Department of History of Art and Architecture. Her dissertation examines concepts of race and representation in the art collections of the Wits Art Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa. She was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to South Africa during the 2014-2015 academic year. In this episode, we talk about her background in photography, literature and how this lead her to get an MFA to decide not to be an artist but rather a curator. Lynne talks about her love of education and artist-run spaces which lead her to work at Boston University. We talk about the nuts and bolts that impact curatorial decisions such as logistics and responding to the space. We talk about shows she has organized, how she discovers artists and also tips for artists looking to work with curators.   Thank you to Hannah Cole of Sunlight Tax for sponsoring this episode! Get 15% off by going to this link and entering ILIKEYOURWORK   LINKS MassArt CCA Boston University Wexner Center of the Arts On Pause: Meditation at the Wexner Center for the Arts Studio Visit Artist

1hr 1min

23 Feb 2019

Rank #8

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Field Projects: NYC Space Supporting Artists, Curating Through Open Calls, Pop Ups and More

Field Projects is an artist-run project space in Chelsea NYC and online venue dedicated to emerging and mid-career artists. Centered on long-term curatorial projects, Field Projects presents monthly exhibitions at their Chelsea location in addition to participating in pop-up exhibitions in and around New York as well as art fairs around the world. The gallery invites artists to submit their work for consideration twice a year through an open call submission process. They discover about 80% of the artist they show through our open call submission process.   Field Projects was founded by artists Jacob Rhodes and Keri Oldham in 2011 and is currently run by Jacob Rhodes, Rachel Frank, and Kristen Racaniello. Interns are Isabella Cilia and Ellen Hersey and previous members are Jason Mones, Blair Murphy, Alissa D. Polan, Keri Oldham.   For this interview, I visited their space in Chelsea to talk to Jaco, Rachel and Kristen about their background in the arts, starting Field Projects, curatorial projects, applying to open calls and balancing their artistic practice with Field Projects. Field Projects has always been an inspirational space for me and after this interview, I was really blown away by their generosity and sincerity for curating shows and supporting artists. They are the real deal and share their experience as artists and curators in this episode.   Currently, they are curating a show in the Spring Break Art Show featuring Kate Klingbeil and they currently are exhibiting a show curated by Rachel. In addition to the shows they are curating through Field Projects, Kristen has work in Spring Break in a show curated by Jac Lahav and Eli Bronner called "Just for the Taste of It" and has an article-- Haptic Homoeroticism: Evidence of Queer Bathing Histories in the Glazier De Balneis Puteolanis-- coming out soon in the Public Art Dialogue but you can check it out now on her Accademia.edu page.   RESOURCES: I Like Your Work Podcast Studio Planner Instagram Submit Work Online Exhibition-Drowned Neon Rose Observations on Applying to Juried ShowsField Projects Website Field Projects Instagram Spring Break Art Show Kristen on Insta-@krisrac (for curatorial) and @krisracworks (for art) Kristen on Twitter-@krisrac Jacob Rhodes Rachel Frank

1hr 5mins

28 Feb 2020

Rank #9

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Ashley Longshore: You Are Good Enough-Entrepreneurship, Self-Confidence & Global Brands

Ashley Longshore talks about her life, work and how she stays positive! From working with Gucci to having collectors like Blake Lively and Eli Manning. She talks about not becoming an artist but BEING BORN an artist, showing up to do the work, loving yourself and how she started partnering with brands such as Bentley, and her new partnership with Maybelline.   Ashley is on fire! Not just in her career where just walked the catwalks for NYC's fashion week but in her life! Ashley shares her view on believing yourself and following your path! In this episode we dive into: -Going from being self-taught to working with global brands -Realizing you can only be yourself -What Ashley does if and when she gets nervous -How she stays positive -What it is like working with superstar collectors

37mins

14 Sep 2019

Rank #10

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Gallerist & Author Bridgette Mayer: Building Your Art Career, Money Mindset, & Working w Galleries

Gallerist and Author Bridgette Mayer has spent the past two decades running a multimillion-dollar gallery business and leading artists in crafting their careers. In this episode, we talk about overcoming childhood abuse to find her true passion in the arts, her love of working with artists, adjusting your money mindset and business end of your practice and her new book, The Modern Artist's Way!   The Modern Artist's Way guides you in defining what makes you happy, how to value your work, and creating a vision—and ultimately a plan—to build a career you're proud of. I'm halfway through the book and underlining a lot of passages. We also discuss how Bridgette is assisting artists in realtime in her Art MBA FB group and her experience working as an art coach. (Spoiler, I talk about how she helped me!) This episode is loaded with great info for helping artists at any level in their career.   Bridgette Mayer Gallery has been featured on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 as a small business “On The Rise” and was recognized as a recommended Philadelphia arts destination in The New York Times Magazine. In 2013, Mayer was named one of the top 500 Galleries in the world by Boulin ArtInfo, and was also featured in the Tory Burch Foundation’s “Women To Watch” series. Mayer has been a featured speaker on many panels in the Philadelphia area and has guest lectured at a number of Universities, where her talks focus on how emerging artists can promote their work and sustain a career in the arts.   TOPICS COVERED: -Overcoming lack mentality to find your worth. -Defining career goals as an artist. -Your money mindset and manifestation. -What is an art coach and what do they do? -Advice for artists from a gallerist's perspective. -Business tips for your art practice.   RESOURCES: I Like Your Work Podcast Studio Planner Instagram Submit Work All She MakesBridgette Mayer Bridgette Mayer Gallery Bridgette Mayer-Art MBA The Modern Artist's Guide The Art Cure

52mins

24 Jan 2020

Rank #11

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Eps 20: Artist Chelsea Gibson

In this episode the painter Chelsea Gibson and I discuss her musical background, building a home and studio from the ground up and dealing with criticism. Chelsea Gibson paints portraits of home. Her paintings investigate what it means to call a place “home” and how the lives lived there are interdependent on the spaces within. She paints about the decision to live in such a rural community, and what those choices look like for her friends and models. She is interested in the dichotomy between highly representational and abstract within each work. By investigating what it might feel like to live in someone else’s shoes, Gibson learns from her models, and by painting them she learns more about herself.   Gibson has a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design (2006), and an MFA in Painting from Boston University (2010). At RISD, Gibson helped create the first Drawing Marathon, based on her experience at the New York Studio School in 1999 and 2000. Also a cellist, Gibson attended New England Conservatory from 2001-2003. She is currently a full-time painter in Gilbertsville, NY. She and her husband built their home and studio in a former cow barn, surrounded by 160 acres of woodland.   Chelsea Gibson Website Lyons Weir Gallery Gates of the West

50mins

26 Jan 2019

Rank #12

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Artpreneur & Coach Michelle Gomez-Reflecting on the Past, Moving into the Future

In this episode, we get into all the high vibe things I love. From awesome books to help empower you to mantras, meditations, and manifestation, we talk about how Michelle works with artists to help them explore their fears to move forward and have the career they want! I had a lot of fun talking to Michelle and I hope this episode gears you up for 2020!   2020 is happening in a few days and I am psyched for it! Over the past few years, I’ve gotten into making lists and goals and writing a lot about what happened in the past year and what I want to do in the new year. Since being married it’s been even more fun bc my husband and I do a list together. In keeping with the idea of reflecting on the past and moving forward into the year you want to have, I am THRILLED to have Michelle Gomez on the show!   Michelle Ivette Gomez is an Artpreneur and Coach for Womxn Artists with a love for love and a passion for bringing people together to tell stories through art exhibitions, events. As the Founder & Creative Director of Creative Unions Event Design LLC, the first event planning company dedicated to integrating contemporary art into life’s celebrations, she views marriage celebrations as specially curated art exhibitions that bring people together to celebrate and express unique love stories.   After having founded her own successful art business, she serves as a Launch Strategist for Womxn/Feminine identifying Artists wanting to become Artpreneurs through business strategy and emotional intelligence coaching so they too can do what they love (and get paid for it).   Sponsored by: Bridgette Mayer-Art MBA Facebook Group   Hannah Cole of Sunlight Tax- Enter code ILIKEYOURWORK20 for $20 off Money Bootcamp https://www.sunlighttax.com/moneybootcamp   LINKS: https://www.ilikeyourworkpodcast.com/ https://www.artisttoartpreneur.com/ https://www.creativeunionsllc.com/ https://linktr.ee/michelleigomez https://www.instagram.com/michelleigomez/

53mins

27 Dec 2019

Rank #13

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Artist Taylor O. Thomas: The Physical Act of Painting and Embracing the Process

I am really excited to bring you this episode with Taylor O. Thomas! I first connected with Taylor when she submitted her work to be a Studio Visit artist and have followed and loved her work ever since. I am thrilled to now have her on the show! I had such a great time talking to Taylor about how she became interested in the arts, spoiler she almost went to a very different type of school! How she starts a day in her studio and where she draws color inspiration.   Taylor O. Thomas is an American painter from Birmingham, Alabama who uses gestural painting as a means of making manifest human tendencies, ways of seeing, and the interconnection between the body and the mind. Her paintings have been exhibited in galleries and private collections across the United States and in Italy, Spain, Singapore, and China. In 2012, Thomas graduated magna cum laude from Davidson College with a BA in Studio Art. She was then awarded a Graduate Fellowship by the University of South Florida and earned her MFA in 2019.   Thomas is the recipient of an inaugural Innovate Artist Grant, a Peripheral Vision Publication Fellowship, a two-time role as Publication Juror for Friend of the Artist, a Regional Artist Project Grant by the Arts and Science Council of Charlotte, North Carolina, and a residency fellowship to attend Benaco Arte in Sirmione, Italy. Other residencies include MassArt: Art New England and Deli Grocery New York. Thomas currently lives and works in Tampa, Florida.   Thomas is represented by Deli Grocery New York (Brooklyn, NY) and her dealer is Emily Friedman Fine Art (Los Angeles, CA)   In this episode, we cover a ton of great info including: -changing paths in college -having a type-a personality as an artist -transitioning to abstraction -palette colors -using non-traditional tools to apply paint -Taylor's life post-grad school -community and finding gallery representation   RESOURCES: I Like Your Work Podcast Studio Planner Instagram Submit Work Money Bootcamp- Use code ILIKEYOURWORK20 for $20 off Bridgette Mayer Art MBAEmily Friedman Fine Art https://www.deligrocerynewyork.com/ https://www.instagram.com/taylorothomas/

47mins

10 Jan 2020

Rank #14

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Eps 36: Artist Allison Reimus-Questioning the Decorative, Feminism & Choice

Allison Reimus's work explores the relationship between decoration and function and similarly, how painting operates as both an object and an idea. Simple compositions depicting singular moments and objects, within a shallow pictorial space, allow Reimus to freely explore her interests in formalism, geometry and abstraction. Thoughtful investigations regarding tactility and surface often lead to experiments with media closely associated with domesticity and the feminine--  glitter, gold leaf, flocking fibers, textiles and spray paint.  Reimus's work has been featured in numerous exhibitions and publications throughout the United States. Recent solo and two-person exhibitions include Tiger Strikes Asteroid (Chicago, IL), Knox College (Galesburg, IL), and The Mission (Chicago, IL). Recent group exhibitions include Left Field Gallery (Los Osos, CA), Kirk Hopper Fine Art (Dallas, TX), Platform Gallery (Baltimore, MD) and No Place Gallery (Columbus, OH). Her work has been included in ArtMaze Mag, Maake Magazine and New American Paintings (#88, #113, #125), where she was highlighted as both an "Editor's Selection" and a "Noteworthy Artist." Reviews include The Boston Globe, The Washington Post and NPR. Upcoming exhibitions include Left Field Gallery (Los Osos, CA) and Massey Klein Gallery (New York, NY).   In this episode, Allison and I dive into her background, and how growing up in Michigan shaped who she is as a driven artist. We discuss her process within her work and how we were both told not to have children in order to have a career in the arts. This conversation sheds light on how women are told to live their life which we are currently seeing in politics with the challenge to Roe vs Wade. Predominantly white men are telling women what to do with their bodies. Check out more of Allison's work through the links below!     LINKS:   https://artmazemag.com/in-studio-with-allison-reimus-about-decoration-trusting-the-process-and-being-okay-with-failure/ https://www.allisonreimus.com/ https://www.masseyklein.com/ https://www.leftfieldgallery.com/ https://www.anntoebbe.com/

52mins

18 May 2019

Rank #15

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Lucas Spivey: How to Make Art and Make A Living- Culture Hustlers - BFA/MBA

Lucas Spivey has traveled to all 50 states to build a business school for creators. Born in MN, raised in rural WI, AK, SC, and GA, and living between WA and MA, he’s moved almost every year of his life. In 2016, he scrapped his Ph.D. plans and built the Mobile Incubator - a recording studio inside a ‘57 camper towed by a ‘73 ambulance. He has sat down with thousands of artists, performers, writers, designers, makers, and other entrepreneurs in every state. Their hard-fought wisdom inspired him to forget a Ph.D. and instead found the collaborative school Culture Hustlers.   Culture Hustlers is a 12-month cohort that builds a creative business model. In just 4 - 8 hours a month we build one part of a business thru podcasts, documentaries, webinars, one on one coaching, and more.   Lucas is also the founder of the experimental art center 17 Cox. Lucas received his BFA in Interdisciplinary Art & Art History, and his MBA in Finance and Accounting. Since 2010, Lucas has pioneered a 100% experiential learning model for thousands of individual creators. He develops educational programs for higher ed including Harvard University, Ringling College of Art & Design, and MIT. Lucas also produces and hosts podcasts, documentaries and photo essays on cultural entrepreneurship for city governments, business incubators, and service organizations like Arts & Business Council, ArtPrize, Artists Thrive, and Artist Inc.   TOPICS COVERED: -Navigating Higher Ed -BFAs, MBAs, and PhDs -Starting a Bussiness -Why he travels and learned from creatives all over the US -Why he started Culture Hustlers -The most important lesson in Culture Hustlers -Stand out faculty he has worked with and the lessons they have taught -Number one block he sees in artists -Thinking Creatively/Creative Problem Solving -Books that have inspired him to live a creative life -Goal Setting and much more!   RESOURCES: I Like Your Work Podcast Studio Planner Instagram Submit Work Online Exhibition-Drowned Neon Rose Observations on Applying to Juried ShowsCulture Hustlers Lucas Spivey Website 17 Cox Lucas Spivey Instagram Culture Hustlers Insta Culture Hustlers YouTube Culture Hustlers Podcast

57mins

14 Feb 2020

Rank #16