Invigorating Your Studio Practice with Drew Harris

Do you want to invigorate your studio practice? In this episode, we chat with internationally acclaimed artist Drew Harris about how to maintain excitement in your art studio. 

Join Drew in Chicago for the WEVOLVE artists retreat from Sept 17-18.

Learn more at: www.theartistnextlevel.com/wevolve

Do not miss Drew's solo show at 33 Contemporary Gallery opening Friday, September 16th.

Artist website: www.drewharrisart.com

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Four Power Tips for Emerging Artists with Victoria J. Fry

What does it take to succeed as an emerging artist in 2022? In this episode, Victoria J. Fry, founder of Visionary Art Collective shares 4 powerful tips to thrive as an artist. Do not miss the bonus power tip shared at the end of our chat.

Visit the Visionary Art Collective Online at: https://www.visionaryartcollective.com

Follow the VAC on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/visionaryartcollective/

 

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Over 100 Artists Share the Best Advice They've Ever Received

art art world Aug 23, 2022

On March 10, 2015, I asked this simple question on my Facebook wall “When it comes to art, WHAT IS THE BEST ADVICE YOU HAVE EVER RECEIVED?”

Below are the answers of over 100 artists that shared their advice. Enjoy!!

John McLaughlin 
Just make it, dont worry about anyone liking it.

Gregg Hertzlieb
“Don’t make the work something it isn’t.”

Judith Peck Price
Your work reasonably so you can be in a lot of collections.

Michael Jantzen
Make art because you love making it, not because you expect to sell it!

Marie Vartenberg
Just continue to make it! We are going to continue to buy it! It gave me a kind of confidence.

Eulalio Fabie de Silva
The ole cliche’—just be yourself.

Frank Juarez
Walk to the beat of your own drum.

Jia Zhou Artist
Why you cannot use your imagination?

Diana Leviton Gondek 
Have it be your work not others. Immediate acceptance doesn’t mean lasting art.

Renee LaVerne Rose 
1) Become very proficient in...

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Intersection of Creativity, Dialogue, & Technology with Narimon Safavi

podcast Jul 04, 2022

In today's episode, have the pleasure of talking with Narimon Safavi, CEO of Generative Multilogue. We discuss the intersection of creativity, dialogue and technology in the world today.

Generative Multilogue  is a social enterprise at the intersection of art and technology, which aims to be a platform to support art that is about dialogue and inducing empathy in the audience.

Learn more at: https://www.generativemultilogue.com

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Facing Your Inner Critic with Dr. Yanina Gomez

podcast Jun 17, 2022

You want to be confident about the decisions you make for your art career and feel positive about your progress. But, your inner critic is often making you second-guess yourself. Therefore, you must listen to my conversation with Dr. Yanina Gomez about facing our inner critic. In our upcoming book, Crush Self-Sabotage and Live Fully! The Artist's Wellness Journey to Confidence and Success, we go deeper into this challenge that most of us experience in our art career.

Learn more at https://www.theartistnextlevel.com/book

 

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How the Online Art World Has Changed in 15 Years with Alex Farkas of UGallery

podcast Jun 14, 2022

In today's episode, I chat with Alex Farkas about how the online art market has changed in the last 15 years with. Founded by Gallery Director Alex Farkas in 2006, UGallery has developed a loyal following of art collectors, artists, and interior designers in all 50 states and over 50 countries. 

About Alex Farkas

Alex enjoyed a small town childhood in the old mining town of Jerome, Arizona - there were more ghosts than residents and the arts community thrived. It was his mother’s ceramic studio and gallery that first nurtured Alex’s taste in art. He spent his early years carving wood sculptures, exploring abandoned buildings, and avoiding the rattlesnakes and centipedes under every rock.

At the University of Arizona, Alex loved studying art history and sculpture, and he also enrolled in the Entrepreneurship program. It was here he realized he could combine the two worlds of art and business. Graduating in 2006, Alex launched UGallery using his entire savings. After...

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DISRUPTED Artist Feature: Sugery Reveron

DISRUPTED: An online exhibition in collaboration with WO Foundation exploring aspects of disruption and interference in our everyday life. From social and political unrest, technological innovation, to psychological trauma, we have experienced a disturbance in the way we experience life. Disruptions come when we less expect them and often have a way of awakening new ways of looking at the world. WO Foundation artists were invited to interpret the idea of disruption in their own context and submit to this exhibition artworks that explore this concept.

Art Nxt Level wants to feature some of the talented artists that created meaningful and timely work for this show. Sugery Reveron discusses the unique difficulties of women in art and the how the pandemic allowed her to delve deeper into her art practice in new ways. 

Can you speak a bit about your experience as a female artist? 

Sugery: As a female artist I have felt the struggle of being in a field...

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DISRUPTED Artist Feature: Rosanna Gaddoni

DISRUPTED: An online exhibition in collaboration with WO Foundation exploring aspects of disruption and interference in our everyday life. From social and political unrest, technological innovation, to psychological trauma, we have experienced a disturbance in the way we experience life. Disruptions come when we less expect them and often have a way of awakening new ways of looking at the world. WO Foundation artists were invited to interpret the idea of disruption in their own context and submit to this exhibition artworks that explore this concept.

Art Nxt Level wants to feature some of the talented artists that created meaningful and timely work for this show. Rosanna Gaddoni shares how the pandemic has effected her life in many ways and what her piece, "Trapped", represents to her. 

Can you speak a bit about your experience as a female artist?

Rosanna: I decided to embrace a commitment in art as an adult and after a corporate career, and I have seen in...

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DISRUPTED Artist Feature: Lee Morrison

DISRUPTED: An online exhibition in collaboration with WO Foundation exploring aspects of disruption and interference in our everyday life. From social and political unrest, technological innovation, to psychological trauma, we have experienced a disturbance in the way we experience life. Disruptions come when we less expect them and often have a way of awakening new ways of looking at the world. WO Foundation artists were invited to interpret the idea of disruption in their own context and submit to this exhibition artworks that explore this concept.

Art Nxt Level wants to feature some of the talented artists that created meaningful and timely work for this show. Lee Morrison is the artist behind the piece "Against All Odds". In this interview, Lee shares her thoughts on disruption and a piece of what art making has meant to her. 

In context of the show, how would you describe disruption? 

Lee: It’s been an epic event that has challenged us all in terms of our...

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