Join Kat and Cait Byrnes as they chat about ways to heal, reconnect with yourself, and get centered during the lockdown and beyond.
If you have little ones around, please wear headphones as this episode includes some adult language.
We talk about:
New moon rituals
Cait's story and how she became a holistic health and business coach
Something a little different for this episode :)
I'm sharing a complimentary meditation to help us reconnect with our higher self and uncover the next body of work we are meant to create. Enter the safe space of this meditation to heal your relationship with yourself as an artist and get back in the flow state.
Eksik bölüm mü var?
Kat shares her experiences with isolation and limited resources. Embracing limitation as an opportunity to go deeper.
On this episode of our podcast, Sophie Derrick shares her creative journey and how she got started with using her skin as the canvas in her vibrant work.
How Sophie's work evolved
Overcoming negative voices and criticism from Art School
Trusting your intuition when it comes to your work
Please tune in to this episode for an inspiring conversation about Nicolle Cure’s journey as an artist, her Columbian background, and a sudden disability that impacted her life. Nicolle vulnerably shares her hearing loss story and how this life-changing event inspired my series "The Colors of Sound." Nicolle is passionate about creating awareness of sudden hearing loss and other invisible disabilities.
Nicolle Cure is a Colombian-American artist living and working in Miami. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Advertising from the University of Florida and holds academic certificates from the Sotheby's Institute of Art.
In 2018, she was the sole recipient of the Leaders with Disabilities Scholarship, awarded by Americans for the Arts.
Nicolle’s art has been showcased at Miami Art Week and Art Basel Miami, and at art fairs from South Korea and China to Colombia. It is currently on display at West Elm stores in South Florida.
Her work has been featured in several magazines and blogs, focused on both art and hearing health.
Join Kat and painter Dennis Perrin on this episode of the show.
How he became a full-time artist
What inspired him to take control of his art career and business
How he started teaching online courses
His philosophy on painting and making art
The Genius Circle membership and more!
On this episode, Kat gets to know Kate Mothes, curator, and founder of Young Space.
- What inspired her to start this platform and soon to be publication
- Her process of curating exhibitions and working with galleries
- What she looks for in artists online and beyond
Meet Christopher Jobson, Founder, Editor-in-Chief of an incredible art and design blog, Colossal, on this episode.We chat about Christopher's background The real story of how Colossal was born What kind of work gets featured on this award-winning blog The future of online art media + more
Fascinated by visual culture across a wide-range of disciplines and committed to making art engaging for everyone, Christopher launched Colossal as a personal blog in the fall of 2010. Somewhat blindsided by the publication's success, he soon left his day job to run the site full-time and began contributing to publications such as Wired Magazine, Beautiful/Decay, Mental Floss, Slate, Designboom and Quartz. He studied design, art, and writing at Columbia College and lives in Chicago with his wife, son, and dogs.
On this episode of our podcast, join us for an inspiring conversation with Artist Anne Siems who shares her story and discusses the evolution of her paintings.
Anne shares pivotal moments in her life, including:
Feeling isolated in art school and not connecting with professors
Moving from Germany to Seattle
Making work on paper bags
Art mentorship and more!
On this episode, Kat and TJ Walsh discuss the idea of "the gap."
TJ shares his philosophy on what causes artists to feel stressed, inadequate, and behind on their work as well as the cure for these experiences.
TJ shares his thoughts on the three gaps of creativity:
Kat and Gabriella Rosie chat about affirmations, the law of attraction, following your passion, and believing in yourself when it comes to pursuing your art as a career. We also talk about being vulnerable when sharing your story with the world + so much more!
This episode features some adult language, so please wear headphones if listening around little ones.
Gabriella Rosie believes that our creativity is our superpower. As an artist whose work spans from painting and illustrating to writing, speaking, and creative coaching, she is dedicated to empowering individuals to create with impassioned freedom through her podcast, Creating Happy, and believes that our unique creativity is the key to our self-actualization.
This episode of our podcast, Art & Cocktails, features an exclusive interview with Moscow-based embroidery artist Katerina Marchenko. The self-taught artist shares how she got introduced to embroidery by taking a sewing course a few years ago and fell in love with using this medium in her own, unique way. Katerina's work features expressive and colorful depictions of animals, figures, eyes, and more on tulle.
On this episode
We get to know Katerina's journey and how she discovered embroidery
The importance of being kind to yourself when creating
How she started teaching online courses
What it's like to be an artist in Moscow today
How you can learn embroidery from Katerina
Kat and Erin Fitzpatrick chat about the importance of maintaining a positive mindset in order to design the art career of your dreams.
Erin shares her story of becoming a full-time painter and also talks about:Giving a painting to Martha Stewart Using creative thinking to improve her lifestyle Gradually building her career and increasing prices
Erin Fitzpatrick, Baltimore native and graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art, began her current series of portraits in 2008. This body of work now contains hundreds of paintings and drawings of notable artists, musicians, business people, Fitzpatrick’s peers, and commissioned subjects. Exhibiting extensively in solo and group shows, she has gained collectors throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia.
When Erin is not in her studio, she is probably somewhere being really good at summer, pretending not to be on Instagram too much, listening to rap music, lying by a pool, traveling, watching/listening to/talking about baseball and/or all of the above.
Join Kat and Sari on the new episode of Art & Cocktails as they chat about:Sari's work and why she started painting every day Treating studio practice like athletic training Balancing being a mom and painting Success tips for marketing on Instagram
Sari Shryack is an Austin-based painter focused on color and light in the ever-changing neighborhoods of her community. The city is constantly evolving into new shapes and colors, and Sari seeks to capture this process in her work. She is trained in acrylics and earned her BA in Fine Arts from Drury University in Missouri in 2014. She is also a mom to a two-year-old and finds time to be a full-time artist in between naps and frequent walks around Town Lake.
On this episode, Kat shares a few basic ways to increase your chances of getting published by blogs, magazines, or other media sources.
Kat's decade in review: the struggles, the failures, and the amazing lessons!
Svitlana shares her story of growing up in Ukraine, starting with a different career path, and finally coming back to her first love, art. We talk about embracing our multiple passions and interests, using them for our art career, and the importance of creating the opportunities we wish existed for us.
On this episode, Kat talks about changing her art, exploring a new subject matter, and bringing fun and experimentation back to her practice. She shares the initial steps she took to try something new to help you do the same if you feel stuck!
On this episode of Art & Cocktails, Kat speaks with Alex Mitow, the co-founder and CEO of Superfine Art Fairs.
This episode will help you find out if exhibiting at an art fair is for you.
We discuss tips for traveling, what type of art to bring, and other advice for first-time exhibitors.
Alex shares the story about why he co-founded the fair and what Superfine's events can offer artists in terms of marketing and publicity.
Many of us grew up looking at images of models, trying to measure up to their distorted and photoshopped bodies, and always came up short to the unrealistic beauty standards in our society.
This episode of our podcast Art & Cocktails features guest Elisa Valenti, who paints women who are luxurious, voluptuous, and are celebrated for their unique shapes and sizes.
She didn't always paint the figure, and only recently pursued this subject matter. Her art carer took off within a year when she finally started painted her truth and falling in love with who she is.
I can't wait for you to meet Elisa and experience her gorgeous work and inspiring story.
Listen here or on iTunes, Spotify, Libsyn, and more.
P.S. If you are excited about her work and want to collect a piece, we have affordable originals available at PxP Contemporary https://www.pxpcontemporary.com/collections/elisa-valenti