In today’s podcast Mom and I chat about the year gone by and set some art goals for 2018! Here is a photo from the Yayoi Kusama exhibit I talk about on the podcast. More photos to come in a later post!
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Our guest today is Kara Doyle-DuMouchelle:
Pizza and bagel addict| Married the most wonderful man in the universe| Passion for art, fashion, food, and travel| Love to explore new places and try new things| Also love to be lazy and watch HGTV| Went to school to be an art teacher| Currently working for the fabulous Rue La La as a Merchandise Planner and loving it| One of my favorite quotes from Alice and Wonderland, Lewis Carroll, “I’m not crazy, my reality is just different from yours”| insta @karaldoyle
We also discuss personal fashion choices and decorative vs. fine art.
We would love to hear your opinion on the topic of fashion and art. So, let us know what you’re thinking!
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In today’s podcast Mom and I chat about super secret confidential craft projects, my art class at the Museum of Fine Arts, visiting MoMA, creating an art schedule, and so much more!
The Louise Bourgeois exhibit (more photos to come) at MoMA:
And finally, as I mentioned on the podcast, if you’re in Massachusetts and want to do a bit of bargain shopping, come by the Quilter’s Connection Yard Sale on October 21. I’ll be there from 10am-4pm chatting and demo-ing.
Today’s podcast is full of fun chatter. This week, Mom and I are chatting about our August Art Adventures — much of it from my trip to London and Spain. Come along for the ride! Just a peek:
Tate Modern (more photos to come):
The British Museum (more photos to come):
Dali’s House (find the silver heads):
Our guest this week is Jane Davies.
Today’s podcast is full of excitement — dogs barking, Mom choking, and plenty of art talk! Mom, Jane, and I discuss creating abstract art, teaching, learning from students, making work your own, selling in galleries, and self-published books. It’s a great chat with lots of intellectual content.
Jane is a full time artist working in painting and collage.
After graduating Bennington College and attending the School for American Crafts, Davies began as a potter in the early nineties. She gradually transitioned into freelance art, using painting and collage as her medium.
In addition to The Elements of Visual Language, Davies is the author of three books on collage and mixed media, one on ceramics, and has one DVD on painting and collage techniques.
I love Jane’s work and could stare at it for hours! Jane was a guest on a previous podcast more than two years ago. You can find it here. I also wanted to share a blog post that an artist named Jacki Long posted after listening to that podcast two years ago. Take a moment and click through to Jacki’s post because I think it sums up the experience that many people have shared with me about listening to our podcast.
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