025: The Glamping Life

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  Today we’re talking to Cheryl Boglioli.

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Cheryl Boglioli is a mixed-media artist and Florida native with a passion for teaching and sharing her artwork and design projects.

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Cheryl is on the leading edge of new products and techniques within the various disciplines of the ever growing market of mixed media. As a full-time Designer and Educator, you can find Cheryl traveling and teaching workshops at independent stores and events nationwide and Living the Art Life™.
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She is currently renovating a vintage 1970 Fleetwood Terry trailer to become her mobile art studio.  Cheryl will be traveling and teaching again in Spring of 2015 on her Living the Art Life™ tour.
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Her travels will be taking her from Florida to Maine and back, teaching at local scrapbook stores, art studios, and art supply stores along the way. Cheryl has a number of sponsors supporting this tour and who will be following the travels along with her fans.  She still has spots open and will be teaching a variety of mixed media classes.  To book your spot today or for more information on sponsoring Spring 2015 Living the Art Life™ tour or Fall 2015 (midwest), email Cheryl at cheryl@cherylboglioli.com.
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Cheryl also teaches classes in her studio where you can find her artwork and design projects for sale in Downtown Fort Pierce, Florida – Orange Ave Studios, Studio 310.
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You can also find her work and travels at cherylboglioli.com
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On the podcast we discuss YouTube, renovating Cheryl’s “Glamper,” becoming Bob Ross Certified, the CHA Designer section, balancing making art and running a business, having a studio outside your home, being star struck, and so much more!

Be sure to leave us your comments and questions.  I always like to know what’s on your mind.  Thanks for stopping by!

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024: International Quilt Festival Houston

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  Today we’re talking about my recent trip to International Quilt Festival Houston.  I’m sharing a bunch of photos of quilts, but I have to tell you: this is a fraction of what was there.  A fraction.

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And here’s a peek at me demo-ing, as well as Myriah demo-ing:

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Oh, and there was a mirror by the elevator in the hotel.  I couldn’t help myself, it felt like home!  ;)

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On the podcast we discuss what I was doing at Quilt Festival, the Festival itself, being knocked over by wheelchairs, making quilts, the Modern Quilt movement, and lots more!  Be sure to leave us your comments and questions.  I always like to know what’s on your mind.  Thanks for stopping by!

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022 – Paige’s Paper

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  Today we’re talking to Paige Martin.

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Paige fell in love with book and paper arts in college.
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She went on to work as a professional bookbinder and independent cut paper artist.
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She is now part of the Cloth Paper Scissors editorial team and blogs in her free time about her latest projects.
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Find Paige online:

On the podcast we discuss vintage clothes, bookbinding, working at a big company versus a small company, and being artistically curious!

Be sure to leave us your comments and questions.  I always like to know what’s on your mind.  Thanks for stopping by!

Find the show on iTunes here.

021: Nat & Julie’s Art Collaboration

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  Today’s podcast is a little bit different than our usual podcast.  Last week my friend Nat Kalbach and I…

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….got together to kick off a big year-long art project we’re working on.  My Mother was kind enough to host us for a week of art making…

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…shopping…

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…and eating!

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We recorded half the podcast on Monday, before we began, and the other half on Thursday, as we wrapped things up.  On the podcast we chat about the process…

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…the projects…

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…and our friendship.

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I think it’s going to be a very interesting year as we continue to work on our art collaboration.  I’d love to know what you think of our intentions and the speed bumps we’ve already hit.

P.S.: You can find our tweets and instagrams about it under the #njartcollab hashtag.

As always, be sure to leave us your comments and questions.  Thanks for stopping by!

Find the show on iTunes here.

017: Karen is a Planner

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  Today we’re talking to Karen Grunberg.

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Karen Grunberg goes by karenika online and lives in Menlo Park, California with her wonderful husband and two amazing boys.

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She works with computers during the day and plays with paint at night. You can find out much more about her and her adventures at http://www.karenika.com.

This year she has three major art projects she’s working on:

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The page above is from her project focused on learning lettering and picking intentions weekly around her OLW (one little word) which is listen (more here-> http://www.karenika.com/archives/30019).

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The spread above is from a project called “this i know,” which is about learning doodling and doing journaling.

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These are pages from a third project for this year called “remember this,” which is about doing mixed media, honoring her word and writing down things that she needs to remember for herself.

On the podcast we discuss Karen’s career path, her amazing ability to juggle a ton of projects, her creative drive, and some of her many creative projects.  We also discuss finding your personal style, a topic on which Karen did a guest post for this blog — find it here.

Be sure to leave us your comments and questions.  I always like to know what’s on your mind.  Thanks for stopping by!

Find the show on iTunes here.