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The Jealous Curator : ART FOR YOUR EAR

ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happen to be regular people with hilarious stories) BEFORE they’re in the Art History books. - Danielle (aka The Jealous Curator)
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Sep 17, 2016

"Drawings are like wine - they need time to develop." Lovely words from a very talented, smart, poetic, funny artist who I might just have a major girl crush on. Berlin-based artist/illustrator Tina Berning is on the podcast, and I'm pinching myself.

Sep 10, 2016

Reimagining natural history, dealing with lulls, and making art with an insane amount of candy-colored resin. Melbourne-based sculptor Kate Rohde is my guest today.

Sep 3, 2016

Hilarious things painted on wood in a folksy, yet modern way. Melbourne artist Sandra Eterovic studied Art History, then designed rude underpants, and finally made the scary jump to full-time artist ... her inner critic had an opinion about that.

Aug 27, 2016

Teen angst, pink hair, and finding art in the nick of time. Catherine is a transgender woman and her self portraits, sometimes sad but always beautiful, have been evolving right along with her.

Aug 20, 2016

Clay from the yard, rocks from the side of the road, and random bits of slate all turned into paint! Amanda Brazier and I are talking about getting back to basics. We also talk about ice cream and running quite a bit.

Aug 13, 2016

Watercolor frescoes painted on clay-coated panels, suitcases FULL of striped socks, and a mutual love for Swatch watches. American artist Ali Cavanaugh is my lovely guest today.

Aug 6, 2016

Thousands of flowers, hanging like suspended gardens, on ceilings all over the world. London based artist Rebecca Louise Law traded in painting for installation, and found her happy place.

Jul 30, 2016

Embroidery, crochet, and an incredible story about how Emily Barletta used art as therapy when she was diagnosed with a spinal disease at age 12.

Jul 23, 2016

Wonky black and white drawings ... that happen to be made of porcelain!? I'm peeking behind the curtain to figure out how London based Katharine Morling does what she does.

Jul 16, 2016

Mysterious landscapes, strange little girls, and what I can only assume to be a lot of empty tubes of black paint! Vancouver based Rebecca Chaperon is my lovely guest today.

Jul 9, 2016

Large-scale, detailed, beautifully woven tapestries ... and nude selfies. Erin M. Riley's work is a powerful, and slightly uncomfortable, way to slow down {literally} and take a closer look at social media, feminism, and sex.

Jul 2, 2016

Abstract worlds that look like they're made of candy - yum! Jaime Rovenstine and I are talking about making art a full-time job {while already having a full-time job}, motherhood, and ice cream from unicorns. For real.

Jun 25, 2016

Paper woven into intricate tapestries by a self-taught artist who claims that she is, "not a very patient person". Uh-huh. India-born, Australia-based artist Gunjan Aylawadi is my funny, inspiring, lovely guest today.

Jun 18, 2016

She is the creator of a huge, rich, very involved creative project called "Consenses" ... oh, and just wait till you hear who her parents are!

Jun 11, 2016

A library of painted "props" that Kirstin Lamb uses to create her own still life scenes, and a detailed glossary to go with it. Be still my organization-loving heart!

Jun 4, 2016

Favorite TV shows, her previous life in PR, dirty words in Australia that mean something completely different in Canada - all of this and more from Rachel Castle's car. For real.

May 28, 2016

Boston based artist Scott Listfield likes astronauts. A lot. His oil paintings are gorgeous and full of pop-culture goodness - and he's hilarious. Perfect combination!

May 21, 2016

Not only is this a great quote, it's also a perfect description of how Canadian painter Zoe Pawlak lives her life. Artist, entrepreneur, mother, and taco-lover.

May 14, 2016

VICTORY! It took until episode 50 but I finally convinced Irish artist Lola Donoghue to come on the podcast. Her work is gorgeous, her story is inspiring, and her accent is THE BEST.

May 7, 2016

An amazing artist, a recent MFA graduate, a full-time middle school art teacher, and a single mother of twins - phewf. I was so excited to talk to Aris Moore. So excited, in fact, that I forgot to hit record.

Apr 30, 2016

Designer by day, artist all the time. I'm talking to Toronto based Amanda Happe. Her work is gorgeous and she is so insightful on the topic of creativity - great combination!

Apr 23, 2016

Layers and layers of graphite drawings, and who knows what else, all trapped in carefully poured resin. I'm asking Brooks Salzwedel about the how, what, and why behind his ethereal work. Watch for dinosaurs.

Apr 16, 2016

From a life-altering accident at 15, to finding her way to an art career decades later, this was such a lovely and inspiring talk with Sarah Gee Miller. The only thing missing - coffee and blueberry muffins.

Apr 9, 2016

Joël Penkman's food paintings are absolutely stunning, but imagine my delight when I found out that they're actually painted with food too ... well, kinda. How's that for a tease?!

Apr 2, 2016

Miles and miles of thread, porcelain, sometimes a bit of paint, more thread ... and the fact that "nothing is a mistake".

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