Season 2, Episode 3: The Solo Roths, Artists and Teachers
In this episode I speak with Rob Lynch and Matthew Sagurney who together make up The Solo Roths. Thanks so much both of you for a great discussion on art, inspiration, and being a contributing member of our communities as artists. In our discussion we talk about the Artpark mural recently completed over the summer of 2020. https://www.artpark.net/parking-lot-mural Some other links to their work: https://www.matthewsagurney.com/copy-of-paintings https://www.matthewsagurney.com Article in Buffalo Rising: https://www.buffalorising.com/tags/rob-lynch/ https://www.buffalospree.com/features/local-heroes-rob-lynch/article_ca3c8ab4-3ad5-5a98-a2e8-437eadf3d8e9.html Thanks for listening!
29 Nov 2020
Season 2 Episode 2 Interview with Illustrator and Educator Paul Zdepski
Thanks Paul Zdepski, illustrator and educator from Northern Virginia for a discussion on illustration and teaching illustrators. You can see some of Zdepski's work on instagram @paulzdepski and his website http://zillustration.com. Visit patreon where he promotes his illustration project dealing with the collective COVID-19 quarantine experience called Sequestered with Noelle and the Dog. His page is https://www.patreon.com/zillustration
20 Oct 2020
Season 2 Episode 1, Interview with Illustrator Dennis Brown
Its a new semester and so Season 2 begins with our first episode with San Francisco illustrator and designer Dennis Brown, aka Bagger43. Check out his instagram @bags43 and website https://cargocollective.com/bagger43. Dennis talks about his point of view of making illustrations, pattern work, and the value of sketchbooks.
2 Sep 2020
Episode 13: Reducing Zoom Fatigue for Illustrators
Already missing out on online events because of zoom exhaustion? Me too. Going into another semester with the certainty of a lot of online content, maintain energy with some simple ways of regulating digital communication.
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