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The Wet Stuff Podcast
61 minutes | 22 days ago
In this interview with award winning cameraman Carey Moots, he tells us a story filled with intrigue and luck coupled with consistent dedication and hard work. Learn more about the life and adventures of Carey Moots of Moots Productions, and what made his business launch into a success story.
62 minutes | a month ago
Arts writer Alicia Puig is the co-author of The Complete Smartist Guide. The Complete Smartist Guide is a must-have for any visual artist who wants to make it a living and learn to navigate the art world. It's our missing textbook that we should have had in school, teaching us everything about how to make it as an independent visual artist. Alicia Puig is also an entrepreneur, the CEO and co-founder of PxP Contemporary and she is the Director of Business Operations for Create! Magazine. We discuss her book and her career in this enlightening interview.
63 minutes | a month ago
Allan Gorman is a former ad man and marketing consultant who has made the transition to full time oil painter. In this interview he talks with us about his journey and how he was able to make the switch.
43 minutes | 6 months ago
The Pandemic has had a devastating effect on many art galleries and art shows. Many galleries around the country have had to close their doors permanently. Running a Gallery is a challenge to begin with, but couple this with the Pandemic and it's just a recipe for failure. The Tortuga Gallery is pivoting to survive. In this episode we discuss their history and what they're doing to survive the pandemic. It's an inspiring and brilliant conversation between myself, and Logan and Pax Garcia of The Tortuga Gallery.
34 minutes | 6 months ago
Jim Livingston is a fine art photographer whose work captures how he felt in that moment in that place. From storm chasing to capturing lightning and chasing fantastic sunsets and canyon night skies, Jim Livingston not only manages to take astounding photos but he lives an amazing life. In this episode he shares some very deep words of wisdom to cherish and follow in order to live a happier life.
60 minutes | 6 months ago
Dar Johnson is an expert entrepreneur and business consultant who volunteers for SCORE mentoring fellow entrepreneurs in their endeavors. He shares his incredible story and answers a few of my questions about what it takes to get a fledgling business off the ground.
51 minutes | 6 months ago
John Lechner is a landscape photographer and expert in Lead Generation for Artists. In this interview, we talk a little bit about his work and he shares what he's learned about Facebook marketing for artists and the bare minimum any professional artist ought to be doing on a regular basis, even if you're time-poor.
41 minutes | 7 months ago
Brainard Carey is an instructor at the Praxis Center for Aesthetic Studies. He gives us a glimpse into his own career and the path he took and shares with us the three things he's found that artists struggle with the most.
64 minutes | 7 months ago
Visual artist and email marketing specialist Kim Winberry talks with us about how she is pivoting to deal with losing her job to COVID and with all the canceled art fairs. Not only is she learning to thrive in this new digital environment but she's got a new project underway called Imagined Spaces.
83 minutes | 8 months ago
William K. Stidham
Watercolor Portrait Artist William K. Stidham shares his life experience learning to sell his own work. He has more than 13 years of experience making a living off his art and shares what he's learned along the way and how he manages to do it.
59 minutes | 8 months ago
Sam Shearon shares expert advice. He's done illustrations for various comic-books and graphic novels, such as 'The X-Files', 'Judge Dredd', 'Angel', 'Mars Attacks', '30 Days of Night', 'H.P. Lovecraft's 'The Call of Cthulhu', 'Oscar Wilde's 'The Picture of Dorian Gray', 'Clive Barker's 'Hellraiser' and the 'Books of Blood', and Stan Lee's 'Lucky Man'. He's worked more than 100 AMAZING Albums and merchandise for bands like Slayer, Ministry, Rammstein, Iron Maiden, Fear Factory, Biohazard, HIM, American Head Charge, Powerman 5000, Orgy, Godhead and Rob Zombie! In this episode, we talk about his life and experiences as an artist as well as discuss some more technical things about commercial art and taking on commissioned work.
54 minutes | 8 months ago
Betty Franks Krause
Betty Franks Krause makes vibrant, colorful, whimsical, abstract paintings inspired by fields of flowers. She's earned the following of over 100k fans on Instagram alone and in this episode, she generously shares some of the tips and business strategies that brought her where she is today.
59 minutes | 8 months ago
Kim Zabbia, 'Just Paint, it Ain't'
In this interview with celebrated visual artist and author, Kim Zabbia, we talk about her book, 'Just Paint, it Ain't':
77 minutes | 8 months ago
Paula Manning Lewis
In this intimate conversation with Independent Visual Artist, Paula Manning Lewis, we talk about her journey making a living as an artist over the years. We discuss how times have changed, what used to work, and what's working now.
62 minutes | 9 months ago
David Emmons / Hanging Water Gardens and Sharing Success
David Emmons and his wife work out of Vermont selling their beautiful hanging water gardens made of glass and metal and featuring art that is alive. Art you can grow. Not only has David "figured out the internet" but he shares what he's learned with fellow creatives to share his success with others. He offers a free masterclass you can find by visiting our web page for this episode.
35 minutes | 9 months ago
Max Baptiste / We Are This City
Max Baptiste is a software developer, curator at the International Sunport, and the force behind our beloved local art collective, 'We Are This City'
44 minutes | 9 months ago
Willie Oteri / Musician
Willie Oteri answers my questions about how to make a living as a professional musician and how it's changed over the years.
49 minutes | a year ago
Thomas Vargeletis / Entrepreneur
Thomas Vargeletis talks with us about how he runs his Full Time Real Estate Photography business, how a person is similar to a business, how to avoid overthinking, how changing the way you think about something can change the way you behave, and we talk about how we're taught backwards from the beginning to be consumers instead of entrepreneurs. Tom also discusses how when you're own boss, your mindset is everything, and he shares some tactics we can use to keep our head in the game on tough days.
54 minutes | a year ago
Patrick Ryan II / Personal Trainer
Patrick Ryan II is an entrepreneur and Personal Trainer who offers one on one coaching as well as online coaching. We discuss doing what you're passionate about, having compassion for yourself at whatever stage you're in, and avoiding the kinds of crippling over analysis that can turn into an excuse for not doing something just because you're too busy trying to find the perfect way to do it.
48 minutes | a year ago
Victoria Van Dame / O. T. Circus
Victoria Van Dame is an occupational therapist and the founder of the nonprofit art gallery, the O. T. Circus. She talks about how the project came to be and what she did to make it happen.
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