by Malcolm Dewey
What can we learn from great leaders of the past? In these cynical times we can be forgiven for looking at all leaders with suspicion. But there is the common thread of humanity that binds us. One of those threads is a love and appreciation for art. One of those famous leaders who also loved painting was, of course, Winston Churchill.
In this episode of Loosen Up Your Painting Podcast we take a look into Churchill's painting philosophy in his book Painting as a Pastime. Find out more about Winston Churchill's painting tips, experiences with French Impressionism and his views on oil paints versus watercolors.
Are you an artist, small business owner or entrepreneur? If so then you have had to think about keeping your finances in order. You are thinking about tax returns, bookkeepers and how to make a profit. That is a lot of stress. Where do you start? Well you are in luck because my guest on An Artist's Journey Podcast episode 46 is dedicated to help you gain your financial sanity.
Read on to discover how you master your finances today.
Meet my special guest, Shawn Auguston, who is an wonderful artist and advocate for art therapy. Shawn discusses his own struggle as an army veteran with PTSD. His successful treatment through art therapy and how this lead to his own art career success. An inspirational story and one of hope for others suffering from mental health issues.
Listen to or watch the podcast below.
How can artists and creatives find the focus to achieve business success? World uncertainty, financial pressures and distractions can keep this objective out of reach. My special guest in An Artist's Journey Podcast has dedicated herself to helping artists succeed. Plus she has a special gift for you too.
Find out more in the interview below!
While the world is under lockdown this UK based artist keeps working as hard as ever. Producing beautiful modern abstract paintings, inspirational videos and weekly live stream events Swarez Art keeps going strong. Whatever your art genre Swarez Art can will inspire you.
In episode 43 of An Artist’s Journey Podcast I interview the man behind Swarez Art and discover a fun and approachable artist. Listen to the episode below.
Imagine if artists put their books and courses into a giant digital bundle and sold it at a big discount. Sounds like a good deal right? That is exactly what John Bardos of Bundles for Good is doing. As a result John helps artists, but also makes a massive contribution to charity. Find out more about how you can get involved in my interview with John Bardos.
It is the end of 2018 and a good time to look back on the year. In Episode 35 of An Artist's Journey Podcast I am reviewing what worked in 2018. In art marketing that is. Well, in my experience anyway. What worked and what failed. Why I am over certain social media platforms and bullish on others. Most importantly what art marketing methods continue to deliver the goods year after year. These are the methods to focus on going into 2019. Let's take a closer look.
In Episode 34 of An Artist's Journey Podcast you will meet the talented Sebastiaan Theart. I recently discovered Sebastiaan's work on Instagram. His work shows a great variety of subject matter. But all linked with excellent drawing skill and a clear individualistic path. This artists is not about following the trend, but is rather creating his own unique body or work. A refreshing approach these days.
Find out more about Sebastiaan Theart in this episode of An Artist's Journey Podcast.
It has been described in the most unflattering terms. "Shambolic", "Cultural re-colonisation" and worse. This is the state of the Copyright Amendment Bill currently under scrutiny in Parliament. Will South African artist's interests come first or will the new Act be stillborn? What are the objectives of the amendment? What is new and how will artists benefit?
Find out more from my special guest who is also an expert appointed by Parliament's Portfolio Committee on the Copyright Amendment Bill.
What does a man born in the Kalahari, Leonardo da Vinci and aloe vera have in common? As it happens quite a lot actually. Especially if you are an artist. I recently had the pleasure of interviewing someone truly inspirational. A man who is not only an excellent artist, but is busy giving South African artists something they need.
In this article and podcast you will get to meet Joe Joubert. South Africa's paint maker.