Podcast Episodes — artist

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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Episode 29: Ruth Davis - Abstract Floral Artist

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Episode 29:  Ruth Davis - Abstract Floral Artist

  Episode 29:  Ruth Davis - Abstract Floral Artist Our guest, Ruth Davis is an accomplished abstract floral artist. What makes this episode special is that Ruth shares with us and our listeners her deeply heartfelt expression of love and how she interprets and expresses that love through her artistic skill and medium. She became a professional artist after her loving grandparents passed away. They were creative mentors to her, and she learned to paint florals in her grandparents' garden. To this day, she honors Carmen and James with every painting she creates. Her style is not a traditional approach...

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Episode 28 - Madison Marie McIntosh - Life of a Contemporary Opera Singer

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Episode 28 - Madison Marie McIntosh - Life of a Contemporary Opera Singer

 Episode 28 - Madison Marie McIntosh - Life of a Contemporary Opera Singer Our guest Madison Marie McIntosh shares with us on this podcast episode her life as a contemporary opera singer and performer. You will now have the chance to hear what it’s like to be an opera singer and what goes on behind the scenes.  Madison started singing at a very young age and with the support of her family was able to achieve great success as an opera singer. Madison, a mezzo-soprano, discusses vocal ranges, operas, and how she keeps her voice and body healthy.  She also...

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Episode 27 - Tiffany Apostolou - Re-emergence of Greek Art

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Episode 27 - Tiffany Apostolou - Re-emergence of Greek Art

Episode 27 - Tiffany Apostolou - Re-emergence of Greek Art Our guest Tiffany Apostolou seeks to bring art lovers in contact with the intriguing and bustling art scene in Greece while simultaneously drawing connections with the art scene in the U.S. through Peri-Technes, an art platform.  Her goal is to bring the reader in closer contact with the work of some remarkable artists with Greek roots or influences, from the US and from across the pond. The website features exciting news, artist features, interviews, as well as exhibition and cultural event reviews. Artwork created by artists who want to make...

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