12 min

Learning From The Past (Finding Your Own Voice‪)‬ The Living Artist

    • Arts

In this episode of The Living Artist, Preston talks about the importance of knowing your art history and learning what has come before you to better understand your place in it all. Taking that a step further, Preston encourages trying on some of your favorite artists' styles, as a powerful learning tool. By figuring out some of their process, you can not only appreciate it more, but also help develop your own unique voice. To be clear, no artist should be copying another artist's work and putting it out into the world as their own. That being said, using it as a device in the studio to hone your own craft, as well as pay homage, is totally acceptable. After all, there is no way to break the mold, without thoroughly examining and defining it first. 



For more information on Preston M. Smith and his artwork, visit https://www.pmsartwork.com, or follow him on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/pmsartwork (social media everywhere @pmsartwork). You can also now subscribe to his YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/pmsartwork.



Thrilled to announce that Artwork Archive just included The Living Artist on their list of the The Best Art Podcasts of 2021! Check it out.



Check out The Living Artist in the Spotlight section of Discover Pods (https://discoverpods.com/podcast-spotlight-living-artist/). Great interview with links to all sorts of places! Thank you to Discover Pods.



You can now support the Podcast. Go to https://www.pmsartwork.com/podcast to check it out.



Huge thank you to Feedspot for choosing The Living Artist for their list of the Top 30 Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021. It is a huge honor to have made this amazing list (coming in at #7) with so many other wonderful podcasts. Big thank you to Feedspot! You can check out this list and more of Feedspot at https://blog.feedspot.com/art_podcasts.



Podcast theme music: "Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com"

In this episode of The Living Artist, Preston talks about the importance of knowing your art history and learning what has come before you to better understand your place in it all. Taking that a step further, Preston encourages trying on some of your favorite artists' styles, as a powerful learning tool. By figuring out some of their process, you can not only appreciate it more, but also help develop your own unique voice. To be clear, no artist should be copying another artist's work and putting it out into the world as their own. That being said, using it as a device in the studio to hone your own craft, as well as pay homage, is totally acceptable. After all, there is no way to break the mold, without thoroughly examining and defining it first. 



For more information on Preston M. Smith and his artwork, visit https://www.pmsartwork.com, or follow him on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/pmsartwork (social media everywhere @pmsartwork). You can also now subscribe to his YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/pmsartwork.



Thrilled to announce that Artwork Archive just included The Living Artist on their list of the The Best Art Podcasts of 2021! Check it out.



Check out The Living Artist in the Spotlight section of Discover Pods (https://discoverpods.com/podcast-spotlight-living-artist/). Great interview with links to all sorts of places! Thank you to Discover Pods.



You can now support the Podcast. Go to https://www.pmsartwork.com/podcast to check it out.



Huge thank you to Feedspot for choosing The Living Artist for their list of the Top 30 Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021. It is a huge honor to have made this amazing list (coming in at #7) with so many other wonderful podcasts. Big thank you to Feedspot! You can check out this list and more of Feedspot at https://blog.feedspot.com/art_podcasts.



Podcast theme music: "Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com"

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