We're talking about JOY ... finding it in the little things, bringing it into our artwork, and not letting the state of the world break us!
Tiny felted banana splits, and miniature pots of spaghetti coming to life through her absolutely mesmerizing stop-motion videos. Love ... Andrea Love!
Perfect white porcelain sculptures that look good enough to eat - but don't! Mad Brooklyn, AKA Jacqueline Tse and her trusty hound, Skylar, are on the podcast today.
An Estonian photographer in London who dresses her muse in bizarre fashion, and decorates her with fabulous hair and makeup. PS Her muse is her mother. Love!
Murals, solo exhibitions, installations, and more ... all from an art kid who believed she couldn't be an artist when she grew up.
Twists and turns, pivots, and more turns - that's how the story of Canadian painter, Celine Gabrielle, rolls out!
An artist, mother, and paint maker who, as a child, sat under the table at some of Canada's most important art events. Ojibwe artist Anong Beam is on the podcast!
Just a couple of girls from the Okanagan Valley talkin' about mountains ... and a whole bunch of other stuff! Canadian born, LA based artist Elyse Dodge is my final guest of this season.
Being stuck in a creative limbo ... and then following the breadcrumbs (or chip crumbs) back to our creative paths. Andy J. Pizza and I talk about creative ruts while eating pizza-flavored chips.
Coming off of a SOLD OUT show in New York, and preparing for her first solo museum show, Bahamian-born, Canada-based artist, Gio Swaby, is on fire! She also happens to be my fabulous and fun guest today.
Ceramics, stained glass, mushrooms, grandmothers, grief, and haircuts. Seattle-based artist Emily Counts and I cover all of this and more on today's episode.
I was highjacked! Yep, California based artist, illustrator, and artist interviewER, Carissa Potter Carlson, tried to ask alllll of the questions. Don't worry, I made her answer a few!
From a career in motion graphics to a brand new life as a ceramicist, painter, muralist, and most recently a children's book author/illustrator - the fabulous Kenesha Sneed is my guest today.
Ceramics dripping with glaze, sculpture you can wear on your hand, and golden crowns fit for bizarre royalty - American artist Anthony Sonnenberg is doing his first podcast interview (ever) with me today!
Today's chat is with the first artist I ever met ... on the day I was born! Yep, it's a Mother's Day episode with my mom, watercolor painter, Judi Cumming.
Nostalgia, hilarious stories, and bits of magic, all stuck together with tape and glue. Miniature sculpture maker / animator, Lydia Ricci, is my guest today.
Who better to have on the 2nd instalment of PAINT CHIPS than a junk-food-loving, artist consultant! My good friend Pennylane Shen is back on the podcast, this time with MORE CHEEZ TASTE!
For the 200th episode of AFYE, I'm handing the mic over to NYC sculptor, and my dear friend, Petah Coyne. She is interviewing ME today, and she wants to know if I "was an artsy kid"!
A few months after graduating from art school, her work graced the cover of TIME Magazine. Seriously. Trinidadian artist Nneka Jones is my guest today.
Artist and educator (aka head of the painting department at Cranbrook for 26 years!) Beverly Fishman shares her stories, insights, and "no-nonsense, rollup your sleeves 'n get to work" advice!
Digital art, cryptocurrency, millions of dollars at Christie's? I don't know, but if anyone can put the FUN in "Non-FUNgible Tokens", it's American artist Trey Speegle!
Change. I have a love/hate relationship with it, how 'bout you? This is a mini episode, filled with a few "deep thoughts" to bridge the old and the new.
Welcome to the first instalment of PAINT CHIPS ... two artists eating chips and talking about paintings? Yep! Martha Rich and I eating honey BBQ chips while chatting about painters, Leonor Fini and Amy Bennett.
Full-size, Baroque-inspired gowns ... made entirely from PAPER. What? Yes. Haitian-born, New York based artist (and mother of five!) Fabiola Jean-Louis is my guest.
Turning spoons into flowers, welding giant spiderwebs, and hanging out with Prince Charles on a barge to discuss a project for his mom's Diamond Jubilee. What? Yes. London artist, Ann Carrington, is my guest.