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The Wet Stuff Podcast
60 minutes | Mar 27, 2021
Visual artist Natalie Voelker explores the psychological complexity of the seemingly ordinary. She is an experienced professional creating murals, installations, paintings, and drawings. She is also a beloved instructor that launched her own online course on creativity during the pandemic. She's earned many accolades including inclusion in the BP Portrait Award Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London, a residency grant from the Helen Wurlitzer Foundation, an invitation into the SOMOS ABQ Fellowship program, publication in the anthology BARED, and the French-English Magazine, VolUp. This widely commissioned artist is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico with a BFA from the University of Wisconsin. Join us for a conversation with this creative Entrepreneur!
57 minutes | Mar 20, 2021
David S. McKee
Visual Artist David S. McKee asks, "Is there a natural order to seemingly random events in our lives?" McKee is a mixed media collage artist and fine art painter exploring how to imbue each piece with some aspect of life. His work is metaphysical in nature with a mixture of the representational and the abstract and leaves us wondering in his thoughts about order and chaos.
74 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Ayanna Denise is a Master Skin Therapist and Educator committed to using plant-based, complexion-inclusive products and treatments. Her work helps her clients transform their skin, body, and health. Ayanna Denise is also a published writer and author of 'The (Good) Skin Bible: What the Beauty Industry Won't Tell You (Good Skin Volume 1)'. In this interview, we ask her about her journey, her book and writing, her work in the community, and her business, 'Ayanna Denise Skin'.
38 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
Abby Boling is the owner of Elements Studios, 'merging strategic planning with design'. She's worked as the executive director of the Corrales Arts Center and a photojournalist and community outreach activist that has worked with Wildlife conservation. Abby Boling wrote the women's march and pro-refugee march articles for Corrales Comment Newspaper. She's worked collaborating with different groups to accomplish complex goals including with APS doing a mobile mural on a bus, she's worked with people in shelters to tell their stories, and done art for the environment. This go-getter is about to share what makes her tick! Join us for an invigorating conversation with Abby Boling!
33 minutes | Feb 27, 2021
She's an independent visual artist and the owner, founder, and curator of Ghostwolf Gallery which is about to open at a new location in Albuquerque's Old Town Plaza. Not only has this gallery survived the pandemic, but they're making a move to increase traffic, exposure, and sales for their artists.
37 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
Kim Winberry Returns
Kim Winberry of Water Plus Ink Studios comes to us and talks about what she's working on, her creative life, and what she's been doing to continue her ongoing success selling original fine art, fine art reproductions, and merch designed with her art on it. In this episode we explore what it is that Kim Winberry is doing that is driving her success. Become a Patron to get the exclusive bonus interview about her Facebook advertising and other business practices.
38 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
Join us with Caitlin Padilla of Golden Spiral Designs and co-owner of Pigment Pushers as we totally geek out and talk about paint and oil paint and mediums and brushes oh my!
59 minutes | Jan 31, 2021
Greta Stockebrand is a visual artist located in Old Town above Ghostwolf Gallery in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She tells us her story and how failure lead to progress throughout her life.
58 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
Martin Hernandez is best known through his TikTok channel @Monster1388. This Tattoo Artist Merch-Maker Designer, and Illustrator has gone from putting his pieces on the flesh to putting them on T-Shirts and merch in his online shop at Raven Oak Designs.
69 minutes | Jan 23, 2021
A conversation with hot air balloon pilot Doug Gantt. He is the owner of the world's largest flying pig balloon and its name is Ham-Let. He tells us what got him into flying balloons and how to become a hot air balloon pilot. We also talk, of course, about business and marketing.
60 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
Professional musician, Morgan Farlie, continues his passion part-time while working full-time from home. He's the proud father of two young children, he's in an incredible and happy relationship, and even though he is exhausted, he is doing it all nontheless. In this episode he tells us how. Get ready to feel inspired, laugh, and enjoy a conversation with the insightful Morgan Farlie.
61 minutes | Dec 31, 2020
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 | Dec 23, 2020
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 | Dec 23, 2020
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 | Aug 6, 2020
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 | Jul 29, 2020
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 | Jul 28, 2020
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 | Jul 12, 2020
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 | Jun 25, 2020
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 | Jun 17, 2020
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.
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