In this podcast episode, mixed media artist Mou Saha talks about her life as an artist first as a child growing up in India where she took a variety of art training courses, but studied psychology and then in the US where she encountered frustration with the inability to complete her PhD and, instead, pivoted her career to pursue mixed media art.
In this podcast episode, watercolor artist Anne Butera traces her creative journey learning to become an artist, teaching on Skillshare, blogging, and building a following through her newsletter.
The word craft is used for everything from the work of highly regarded makers to hobbyists who sew, knit, make pots, turn wood, and hammer iron, to the awful foam stickers that appear for birthday party ‘crafts.’ While none of these are less valid for what they are, there is a big difference between them.
Whatever type of creative work you do, having a solo show may take your professional and creative life to the next level. Here’s how to do it!
On today’s episode of the Craft Industry Alliance podcast, we’re talking about building a career as an artist and illustrator with my guest, Jennifer Judd-McGee. Jennifer Judd-McGee is a full-time artist and mother living and working in Mount Desert Island, Maine. She describes herself as a nature lover, obsessive doodler, pathfinder, and appreciator of paper, […]