035: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara

 

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  We have two guests today, Anna Chiang and Barbara Briskin:

Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara

Barbara (on the left) is the long-time store manager of The Ink Pad, a rubber stamp store in NYC.   Anna (on the right) is the store owner.  You can read all about the store in this article from The New York Times.

Here is a peek at some of Barbara’s artwork:

Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara

And this is Anna’s artwork:

Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara

And finally, here are some photos they sent me of classes at The Ink Pad’s weekend classroom space: The Westbeth Community Center.

Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara

If classes at The Ink Pad at Westbeth look like awesome fun to you, a quick reminder that I am teaching two classes there in September.

Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara
And finally here is a photo from a class inside the store itself:

Adventures in Arting Podcast: At The Ink Pad with Anna & Barbara

On the podcast we discuss art & eye diseases - specifically cataracts, how Anna and Barbara met, current trends in the mixed media/craft/rubber stamping world, how they choose product for the store, whether owning/running a store kills your desire to create, and so much more!  We hope you’ll add your voice to the conversation by leaving a comment or a question!

Visit The Ink Pad online.

Thanks for stopping by!

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034: Ashley Horton Cuts It Up

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  Our guest today is Ashley Horton.

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Hi!  I’m Ashley Horton and I live in the Southern US with my husband and our 3 children.  I started scrapbooking in 2006, and have always loved creating traditional layouts.
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Some of my favorite supplies are patterned paper, flair buttons, wood veneers, spray mist and my Silhouette Cameo.
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I currently design for several Design Teams, and I am owner of The Cut Shoppe, an Etsy store that sells digital cut files.
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Along with scrapbooking, I also enjoy reading and cooking.
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Find Ashley online:
On the podcast we discuss scrapbooking, design teams, the creative lifestyle, failure, and learning.  We hope you’ll add your voice to the conversation by leaving a comment or a question!

Thanks for stopping by!

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033: New Adventures with Diana Trout

 

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  Our guest today is Diana Trout.

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Diana’s professional life is weighted equally between her twin passions for teaching and creating.

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Diana is currently working with abstracted florals in watercolor.
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She’s also know for her series of stitched paper cloth and is beginning an offshoot project of hand dyed eco papers with machine and hand stitch.
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Trout’s book, Journal Spilling, Mixed Media Techniques for Free Expression is used by artists, art journalers and teachers.
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Her artwork and articles have appeared in national magazines and she exhibits regionally in the Philadelphia area.
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Diana teaches in person and online as well as maintaining an active blog and YouTube channel.
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Find Diana online:
On the podcast we discuss teaching, making money, internet trolls, letting go of expectations, enjoying the journey, the book The Power of Less, tea bag art, and Diana’s new adventures. We hope you’ll add your voice to the conversation by leaving a comment or a question!

Thanks for stopping by!

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032: Jane Davies’ Collage Journey

 

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  Our guest today is Jane Davies.

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Jane is a full time artist working in collage, painting, and encaustic.

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She offers workshops at her studio and nationwide, focusing on helping people to find a personal and playful approach to art.

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Beginning as a potter in the early nineties, selling her colorful hand-painted ceramics at craft shows, Jane gradually transitioned into freelance art, designing tableware, fabric, paper goods, stationery, and other products, using painting and collage as her medium.

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For the past several years, Jane has put most of her efforts towards teaching, writing, and making art.

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You can find Jane online at Jane Davies Studios and purchase her work at Jane Davies Art Gallery.

On the podcast we discuss teaching, abstract art, creating art in a series, Jane’s studio, and failure. We hope you’ll add your voice to the conversation by leaving a comment or a question!

Thanks for stopping by!

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031: Season 5 of Scrapbook Soup

 

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  I hope that you enjoy listening to these podcasts.  I know that Mom and I love chatting about artful living with each other and our variety of guests!  As the title indicates, today’s podcast is all about filming season 5 of Scrapbook Soup.  We recorded the podcast in two halves: one half before I left for filming and one half when I get back.  Here are some photos from the shoot…

There is, of course, the glam part of the shoot: makeup and wardrobe!

Makeup-smThere is the very un-glam prep work that gets done in the Green Room:

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And the prep work that gets done on the set before each segment is filmed:

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And then it’s time to get the big smiles out!

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Our guests this season were:

Here are links to some of the products we discussed on the podcast:

On the podcast we discuss getting ready to shoot — all the prep work — and then the actual shoot itself. I’ve tried to adds names to all the faces so that when you’re listening to the podcast you’ll know who we’re talking about! Thanks for stopping by!

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