Podcast Episodes — artist

Season 2 - Episode 24: Gavriella Abekassis - Creativity & Your Real Self - Getting Closer to your Dreams

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Season 2 - Episode 24: Gavriella Abekassis - Creativity & Your Real Self - Getting Closer to your Dreams

  Early in Season 1, we had Gavriella Abekassis on the podcast, and our conversation continues in Season 2. In this episode, we discuss how connecting with your real self can really impact your creativity and help you to light a fire within. We also discuss pursuing your dreams, your business mindset when you are creative and how you can position yourself mentally to live your dreams as a creative. Gavriella is an expert in helping artist better understand their role in marketing and presenting their artworks to galleries and individual clients though The Artist's Entrepreneur Club. The information she...

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Season 2 - Ep: 1 - Winifred Potenza - Artist | Potter | Creator - Hearts of the World

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Season 2 - Ep: 1 - Winifred Potenza - Artist | Potter | Creator - Hearts of the World

  Season 2 - Ep: 1 - Winifred Potenza -Artist | Potter | Creator - Hearts of the World Rod and Inci start the show by kicking off season 2 with a very special guest that truly represents what it's like to live a life of creativity. They interview an artist that has spent over 50 years creating virtually every day of her life. She shares what led her to become an artist in the first place and how her career blossomed from her first Winsor & Newton paint set that was a gift to her from her husband. In...

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Episode 49: Deenagh Miller - Art, Creativity & the Creative Process

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Episode 49: Deenagh Miller - Art, Creativity & the Creative Process

  Episode 49: Deenagh Miller - Art, Creativity & the Creative Process In our conversations with the artist Deenagh Miller, we explore her career as a full-time artist. We also discuss with her what she learned as an art teacher about representational and non-representational art, art galleries, and the future of art. She also talks about her creative life in Italy. She explains her pen and ink drawings. She shares her philosophical views on being creative and has some advice for people that want to be more creative.   Deenagh says, " Images affect and influence our mood and state of mind whether...

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Episode 40: Chess Brodnick - Interior Abstractions of Life

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Episode 40: Chess Brodnick - Interior Abstractions of Life

Episode 40: Chess Brodnick - Interior Abstractions of Life Our guest Chess Brodnick, a Psychotherapist and Artist, shares his story on how he is trying to point out the interior abstractions of life through his artwork. Chess is a self-taught artist that took 2-years to study and draw self-portraits. He drew from his memories and experiences, pushing his art to the very edge. As a psychotherapist, Chess is exposed to many emotions from his patients. He's even used his art-making to help his patients when nothing else would reach the severely mentally ill. He shares with us on how art...

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Episode 30: Ayelet Amrani Navon - Interdisciplinary Artist that Inspires Thought

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Episode 30: Ayelet Amrani Navon - Interdisciplinary Artist that Inspires Thought

  Episode 30: Ayelet Amrani Navon - Interdisciplinary Artist that Inspires Thought Our guest, Ayelet Amrani Navon, is an artist living and working in Israel. She paints, makes objects and installations, and experiments with one-on-one performative work. She shares her life and artistic journey with us and how she is navigating re-imagining her life from corporate lawyer to accomplished artist. She is concerned with the human body, self and not-self, and points of contact with the other. Swans, pianos, and her personal biography are also recurring themes in her work. On the Thought Row podcast, we are always excited to...

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