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Adulting for Artists
53 minutes | Nov 8, 2021
#26 Frank Bonanno - Artist. Teacher, New Yorker
This week my guest is native New Yorker, now Tampa Florida art teacher, Frank Bonanno. Frank tells us his experiences as a tattoo artist, a production designer in LA, and a grade school art teacher. We also talk about art, colors of paint and deciding whether or not you should paint crazy stuff on your apartment walls. You can find Frank online at www.brushandbladeart.comLeave a message for the show at speakpipe.com/adultingforartistsCheck out my new t-shirts at timimonster.etsy.comThanks for listening!
51 minutes | Oct 29, 2021
#25 Jerry Mitchell - Photography & Collaboration
Episode #25 is an interview with St. Petersburg photographer Jerry Mitchell. He started the Framed Artist's Group , where artists combine their mediums to create new art. We talk about the benefits of collaborating with other artists, mediums to print on, tracking expenses, art photography vs wedding photography, photographic equipment and other subjects that revolve around being an independent artist. Just because you have a camera doesn't make you a photographer. Learn to use your equipment. As always, leave comments and questions at http://www.speakpipe.com/adultingforartists
63 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
#24 Brandy Stark - Paranormal Investigator, Artist & College Professor
Brandy Stark investigates ghosts, teaches humanities as a college professor and makes wire sculptures in St. Petersburg, Florida. In this episode we discuss ghosts and the supernatural world, doing art without an art degree, different types of mermaids, applying for art grants, setting up your own shows and good and bad ambition.She also owns a bunch of pugs. You can find her at http://www.bstarkart.com and @bstarkart on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and TikTok.As always, leave a comment or question about the show at http://www.speakpipe.com/AdultiingForArtists and follow the show on Facebook or Instagram @adultingforartists
82 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
#23 Graphic Design with Kevin Barth
Conversation with Graphic Designer, Kevin Barth about:• Freelancing vs. working for a corporation• Clients• Networking• Getting the hang of digital drawing • Expanding your skillset• Online courses versus college classes• Getting out of your comfort zone. • When to use different computer programs• Is it cheating to use a template?• Timmie's rubber cement nightmare during college midtermSee if he got his site back up at www.kevinbarth.comQuestions or comments - Leave a message at www.speakpipe.com/adultingforartists
25 minutes | Aug 27, 2021
#22 Creating vs. Consuming
This episode is all about our need to balance creating and consuming. In order to live our best lives, we need to meet our needs and as creators, we have a NEED to create! It is easy to put off or even forget about when we get caught up in endless scrolling, tv watching or overloading on tutorials. We need to find time for ourselves to fulfill our needs and desires. Consuming isn't all bad - we learn by consuming, and most of us want our creations to be consumed/appreciated/listened to /seen. What did you create today? Did you create work that is in line with your goals? Are you happy with your production? Did you at least doodle for 5 minutes?What did you consume? Did you consume information that helped you learn something new? Were you inspired? Did you waste time? Did you just need to relax? How do you feel about what you consumed? It’s like yin and yang - dark & light - you can’t have one without the other. It is something that needs balance. Take time to reflect on what you are creating and consuming .The newsletter is coming out shortly! I have been saying I'm going to send one out for over a year and I'm very close to meeting my goal - Support me in my newsletter launch by subscribing at timmieboose.com. I would love for you to be on my list:)Let me know what you think about creating and consuming at http://www.speakpipe.com/adultingforartists
17 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
#21 Immerse Yourself - The Things You Need Will Reveal Themselves to You
Reading, Writing, Connecting.... You want to go somewhere - you don't have to know why - you just want to go.Once you get there the things you need will reveal themselves to you. Recording this episode led me to leaving a book review of "Consider This" by Chuck Palahniuk. Is it best to write in 1st, 2nd or 3rd person? Leave YOUR tips for connecting connect to the reader/listener at www.speakpipe.com/adultingforartistswww.adultingforartists.comFollow @adultingforartists on Facebook and Instagram.
14 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
#20 Practicing Expression
Practicing is important! Expressing yourself is important. Practicing expressing yourself is important! Remember Poetry Readings? Practice expressing yourself in a safe space. You need practice - don’t compare yourself to others. Invitation to Upcoming Expression Festival EpisodeLeave an expression at www.speakpipe.com/adultingforartistsAdulting for Artists is on Facebook and Instagram.
63 minutes | May 20, 2021
#19 Barb Burwell - Visual Artist - Looking Out Looking In
This episode features Portland, Oregon artist, Barb Burwell. We discuss her art process, what she learned from having a broken ankle, art residencies, creating your own art critique group and a bunch of other stuff!Barb Burwell works as curator of gathered information. She collects images, textures and forms, both physically and in her mind’s eye. Her work as an artist includes painting, drawing, mixed media works on paper, wood panel and canvas as well as sculpture. She also works as a fiber artist that employs fabrication techniques such as machine piecework, quilting, appliqué and hand embroidery. "Looking Out Looking In" is her current body of work that explores the idea of one's internal/external landscape and how specific locations connect to feelings of nostalgia. The work is a collection of metaphorical and visual perspectives that are a direct response to her experiences collected afield, by witnessing the landscape and experiencing the surroundings of the Pacific Northwest. She takes much inspiration and nourishment from the outdoors and does the real work of art-making through long, contemplative walks. Burwell was awarded a BFA from Pacific NW College of Art (Portland, OR) has worked and taught in both private and public art education and currently works from her Portland, Oregon based studio.You can find her at @barb_burwell_art barb-burwell.comFor info on art residencies:https://playasummerlake.org/ https://www.verdancyproject.com/Suggested Art Books:https://www.penguinrandomhouse.ca/books/647853/funny-weather-by-olivia-laing/9780393867398 https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/612671/year-of-the-monkey-by-patti-smith/
54 minutes | May 3, 2021
#18 Lee Pedrozo - Writing a Whole Book!
Have you ever thought you'd like to write a book someday? Lee Pedrozo actually started and finished an entire book! He shares his process, ideas and experiences about writing his memoirs and sharing them with the world. It just takes some discipline, organization and scheduling! You can find Lee's book, Endlessly Journey on Amazon.You can also find him at http://www.instagram.com/rozo.photo
43 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
#17 Coloring Outside the Lines
Catch up on current news items - crypto, shooting epidemic, The Royal Family. What about cutting our own hair, making our own fashion? Play with the groovebox . Exit through the open window and get to work on your creation to put out into the world.Any questions or comments? Record them on www.speakpipe.com/AdultingForArtists (You have 90 seconds)Join Adulting for Artists on Instagram and Facebook.
13 minutes | Mar 20, 2021
#16 Winging It
To wing it or not to wing it... Maybe not the best method to use on a regular basis - but sometimes you've GOT to - so you can learn what it is that you do and practice improvising. This episode is a prime example of winging it, as I ramble about what I've been reading and play with my new groovebox. Go to speakpipe.com/adultingforartists and practice winging it on a recording - it may become part of an upcoming podcast! Let's collaborate, Artists!
17 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
#15 -Overcoming Creative Anxiety
Procrastination and anxiety go hand in hand. If you're going to be anxious whether you are creating or procrastinating, you might as well choose creating if your intent is to be a creative person. With inspiration from the Daily Om.Leave your thoughts, questions or messages at http://www.speakpipe.com/adultingforartists
21 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
#14 The Genius vs. The Resistance
"Real artists ship". Meaning that real artists regularly produce work and show it to the public just like I am trying to do with this podcast. It's not easy. Why so often does the genius inside us struggle to express itself? Hiding away - fearing that our work is not good enough - procrastinating and getting nothing done. Seth Godin and Steven Pressfield have written books about this. Check out "Linchpin" and "The War of Art".Check out Adulting for Artists on Facebook. Download a free Adulting for Artists calendar at www.adultingforartists.com/blog
21 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
#13 Kristi Capone of Cottontail Vintage - Fun, Functional Handknits and Vintage Style Whimsies
Join my conversation with Kristi Capone of St. Petersburg, Florida who creates fun, functional handknits and vintage style whimsies including knit dolls - some recent ones are Ralphie from a Christmas Story, Frida Kahlo, Vincent Van Gogh, Ginger Baker and Robert Smith. She had a great year in sales despite Covid 19 and although she is on all the social media platforms, she makes most of her sales through word of mouth. She reminds us that the next holiday coming up is Valentine's Day! - people are always looking for gifts to give!Vintage hats coming soon under the name Mimi's Millinery.Instagram - @CottontailVintage https://www.facebook.com/cottontailvintage
43 minutes | Jan 10, 2021
#12 Nick Ribera - Kickstarter Campaign Followup
Conversation with Nick Ribera aka Chain Assembly - This is a followup from Episode #3 about the results of his Kickstarter campaign to raise money to manufacture Eros Tarot cards and prints. He tells us what he would have done differently in terms of shipping, printing and dealing with China and different vendors. The art is sexually explicit which caused some issues with certain vendors. Nick is transparent with his info and lays out all the numbers - no secrets here! He is now in the process of creating a related board game called Satisfy - you can playtest it here and give him your opinion before it goes into production!Also check out his next Kickstarter campaign for Eros Tarot Coloring Books.As always check all of his work out at https://chainassembly.com/ and on Instagram @chainassembly
52 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
#11 Hardison Collins - Artist - St. Petersburg, FL
Join the conversation with artist Hardison L. Collins III of St. Petersburg, Florida about how and why he makes his Punk, B-Movie, Sleaze and Lowbrow art.Check out his work at https://www.etsy.com/shop/HardisonLCollinsIII
13 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
#10 - BASICS - File for Freedom! Start a Filing System
In Episode #10 of Adulting for Artists, we talk about the importance of having a filing system. It's easy to do and is a great day to get important stuff like bills and paperwork out of your way so you can find it when you need it and clear your space for your more exciting creative pursuits. Filing is a practical, sensible and a great way to relieve anxiety. Have your stuff preorganized when tax time comes around, know where your cat's blood tests are, easily find the manual to your new drum machine. Join me as I walk you through my own filing system and issues getting it worked out. Enjoy the show. http://adultingforartists.com Find Me on Social Media Facebook – https://facebook.com/adultingforartists/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/adultingforartists/
42 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
#9 Tattoo Artist & Bassist - DV Karloff
Join the conversation with DV Karloff - tattoo artist and bass player of metal bands. We talk about what it’s like to be a tattoo artist, how he got started, where his boundaries lie in tattooing, how he feels about people bringing an audience to get a tattoo, his recent relocation from Los Angeles to the small town of Crawfordsville, Indiana and his current bands Hatesong and 3 Headed Snake.Listen to 3 Headed Snake song at the end of the show!You can find him on Facebook and Instagram - @DVKarloff
16 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
#8 - BASICS: Clutter - it's a Crime!
Clutter it's a crime crime Hoping to find that thing that you want nowNot easy to find. Where to start - who knows? Hopin' to find findSucking on the lime lime lime of your life. Just so that you know it - there's someplace to go!Empty tabletop, empty floor!______________________________________________________________Clear the clutter from your life! An antidote for anxiety and depression. Make roomfor the future! Theme song - "Area of Refuge" by Monster in the City
39 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
#7 Artist Carol Davis - Santa Monica, California
My guest this week is artist Carol Davis from Santa Monica, California. She is a lifelong artist and has experimented with many mediums. Learn about her 4 new online classes suitable for families and individuals, her mosaics artwork, creative problem solving, the dream of patrons competing for your art and differences of opinion on getting glue on your hands. You can find her at absolutemosaics.com com and her classes at www.launchpadartroom.com
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