Publishing and promoting artists in the digital age with Didi Menendez – Episode 130

LISTEN TO EPISODE Didi Menendez (Cuban born) is the creator and publisher of PoetsArtists. She has been curating group exhibitions since 2013 mostly with Sergio Gomez at the Zhou B Art Center. In 2018 she has several group exhibitions planned including WTF at Art Palm Beach International, Visions of Venus/Venus’…

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115 From Attorney to full-time artist, Justin Vining on building a sustainable art career from the ground up.

There is not a one way to build an art career. In this episode, artist Justin Vining shares his story of going through Law School , becoming an attorney and building a sustainable art career from the ground up. Justin Vining is an Indianapolis-based artist, specializing in landscapes and cityscapes. Justin studied…

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079 Deanna Krueger and the juncture of painting, sculpture, and drawing

Deanna Krueger works abstractly at the juncture where painting, sculpture, and drawing intersect, employing a variety of media, resulting in hybrid works of art. Deanna received her MFA from Eastern Michigan University. Recent exhibitions include Mediative Surfaces exhibition in Fort Wayne Museum of Art, along with: Mediative Surfaces at North…

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066 Artist Sarvin Haghighi talks about working towards a vision despite the obstacles

Born to the daughter of a civil engineer, and an educated artist, Sarvin Haghighi experienced great joys, and harsh challenges. In a very short while, the pendulum would swing from privilege and independence to experiencing war firsthand, and the most basic of freedoms revoked. for Sarvin, the answer was art.…

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060 Artist Wesley Kimler talks about his career and the powers that run the art world

Wesley Kimler was born in Billings, Montana. Largely self-taught, his college campus was effectively a conflation of the streets of Afghanistan, the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and the Laguna Gloria School of Art in Austin, Texas. His work can be found in many collections, private and public. Of…

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058 Artist René Romero Schuler shares her story and talks about keeping a positive attitude

René Romero Schuler is one of the most important and well-collected contemporary artists to emerge out of the Midwest in the last 10 years. Now living in both Chicago and Carmel, CA, this artist is creating powerful images of strength and vulnerability that are capturing the attention of gallerists, collectors,…

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034 Artist Petronilla Hohenwarter shares her experience with international projects

Listen to Podcast here:   Petronilla Hohenwarter, a german Artist born in Bavaria, close to capital, Munich; her main studio is located in her hometown, Waldkirchen, in the Bavarian Forest close to the borders with Austria/Vienna and the Czech Republic/Prague. The Artist graduated from the Academy of Social Pedagogy in…

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030 Artist Tom Torluemke speaks about his work and how to push the boundaries

Listen to Podcast here: Tom Torluemke (born, 1959 in Chicago, Illinois) is an Indiana based, contemporary American artist. His practice spans 30 years and includes works in painting, drawing, sculpture and installations in a variety of mediums. He is known for his powerful, no holds barred approach to subject matter relating…

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