A podcast focusing on the Visual Arts and the Business of Art.
Ep. 141 Tricia Zimic – Sculptor, Porcelain – Painting & Etching
In this episode, Wes and Todd sit down with Sculptor, Tricia Zimic. Tricia discusses her first connection with Art, painting vs. sculpture, being a narrative Artist, etching, owls, painting, telling stories with animals, Meissen, Johann Joachim Kändler, Sins & Virtues, porcelain, process, Kintsugi, Chacma baboons, Albrechtsburg Castle, Hunterdon Art Museum, shipping porcelain, conservation, environmental art, hope, Wildflower Sculpture Park, legacy & time, making your art a priority, illustration, Troma movie posters, selling art, and handling rejection.
Join us for an illuminating conversation with Tricia Zimic.
Check out Tricias’s work at her websites www.triciazimic.com and www.triciazimicillustration.com
Follow Tricia Zimic on social media:
On Instagram at www.instagram.com/triciazimic/
On Facebook at www.facebook.com/triciazimicstudio
See Tricia’s work in person at the Hunterdon Art Museum
Tricia Zimic: Sins & Virtues - January 22 – March 5, 2023
Hunterdon Art Museum
7 Lower Center Street
Clinton, NJ 08809
Ep. 140 Amy Laugesen – Sculptor, Ceramic and Mixed Media
In this episode, Wes and Todd sit down with Mixed Media Sculptor, Amy Laugesen. Amy talks about Crestone and the San Luis Valley, the horse as muse, her artistic journey, dyslexia, the support of her parents, working with children, passion, Bob Ragland, being a Mixed Media Sculptor, ceramics, her experience attending the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, clay, repurposing and incorporating found objects into her work, public art, cement fondue, sculpture conservation, collaboration, her great grandfather Bela Lyon Pratt, the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, collaboration, and being open to what unfolds in 2023.
Join us for a lovely and educational conversation with Amy Laugesen.
Check out Amy’s work at her website www.amylaugesen.com
Follow Amy Laugesen on social media:
On Instagram at www.instagram.com/amylaugesen/
Catch Amy’s work in person January 7th – 22nd at the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale – www.coorswesternart.com
If you’re in the Basalt area check out Amy’s work at the Ann Korologos Gallery – www.korologosgallery.com
Ep. 139 Maeve Eichelberger – Sculptor, Plexiglass Sculpture and Collage
In this episode, Wes and Todd sit down with Maeve Eichelberger. Maeve discusses the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, the catalyst to start working in plexiglass, her Master of Fine Arts, saddles, her compulsion to create, exploring and incorporating materials, being fearless, routine, etching, drawing, sourcing materials, process, photography, fluorescent plexiglass, art education, being an adjunct professor, constructivism, golden spiral, her greatest support, perseverance, being a full-time Artist, selling art, gallery representation, pricing, voice, and advice she would give her younger self.
Join us for a fun and fantastic conversation with Maeve Eichelberger.
Check out Maeve’s work at her website www.maeveeichelberger.com
Follow Maeve Eichelberger on social media:
On Instagram at www.instagram.com/maeveeichelbergerstudio/
On Facebook at www.facebook.com/maeveeichelbergerstudio
Catch Maeve’s work in person January 7th – 22nd at the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale – www.coorswesternart.com
See Maeve’s work in person in these current and upcoming exhibitions:
Steamboat Art Museum – www.steamboatartmuseum.org
The New West: The Rise of Contemporary Indigenous and Western Art
December 2, 2022 – April 15, 2023
Mark Sublette – Medicine Man Gallery – www.medicinemangallery.com
Rodeo De Tucson Group Show – Opens February 3, 2023
Vaughn Agency + Gallery – www.vaughn-art.com
Western Gallery: Pop-up – April 2023 – May 2023
Ep. 138 Jill Soukup – Painter, Contemporary Realism
In this episode, Wes and Todd sit down with Painter, Jill Soukup. Jill talks about her exposure to art in her youth, attending Colorado State University, her career as a Graphic Designer before becoming a full-time Artist, the crossover from graphic design to fine art, striking a balance between family and her art life, making money from her art in her teens, voice, foundation, being more free in her process, goal setting, revenue streams, mentors, collaboration, Ranchlands, bison, gallery representation, exploring mediums, teaching, workshops, horses, social media, routine, exercise and meditation, anxiety, the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, rejection, prints, and pricing.
Check out Jill’s work at her website www.jillsoukup.com
If you’re interested in participating in one of Jill’s workshops go to www.jillsoukup.com/new-painting-horses-bootcamp
Go here to register for Jill’s online course, “Awash in Color” through the Scottsdale Artists’ School - https://scottsdaleartschool.org/course/awash-in-color/
Follow Jill Soukup on social media:
On Instagram at www.instagram.com/jillsoukup/
On Facebook at www.facebook.com/jillsoukupartist
Catch Jill’s work in person January 7th – 22nd at the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale – www.coorswesternart.com
See Jill’s work as part of the group exhibition “Art of the Horse” at the Customs House Museum in Clarksville, Tennessee – www.customshousemuseum.org
Tenet Rewind - Featuring World Renowned Artist and Sculptor, America's First African American Astronaut Candidate, Ed Dwight.
We're taking the rest of 2022 off. We'll be back with a new episode the first week in January. In the interim we bring you a Tenet Rewind from the first year of the podcast, an interview with world renowned Artist and Sculptor, America's First African American Astronaut Candidate, Ed Dwight.
Ed talks about his early days growing up in Kansas City, Kansas, how he joined the Air Force and became a pilot, his time as America’s First African American Astronaut Candidate, his various business ventures, and how he became a world renowned sculptor creating memorials and works all over the United States.
Join us for a fascinating conversation with Ed Dwight.
Check out Ed Dwight’s work at www.eddwight.com
Contact Ed Dwight at email@example.com
Ep. 137 Rose Fredrick, Curator - Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale 2023
This week, Wes and Todd catch up with Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale Curator, Rose Fredrick. Rose talks about this year’s exhibition, what Artists are new to the show, some of the extraordinary work in the exhibit, the 30th anniversary, the Red-Carpet reception, receiving the Mary Belle Grant Award, how the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale helps support the National Western Scholarship Trust, and finding her voice as Curator of the Coors Western.
For more information about the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale: www.coorswesternart.com
For more information on the Red Carpet Reception, the opening gala for the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, go to:
The Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale is on display January 7 - 22, 2023, on the 3rd level of the Expo Hall at the National Western Stock Show, 4655 Humboldt Street, Denver, CO 80215
There is no extra fee to get into the art gallery, but there is a grounds admission charge for the Stock Show.
The Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale is open 9am to 9pm Friday and Saturday, 9am to 8pm Sunday thru Thursday.
To hear previous recorded interviews with Artists on Inside the Artist’s Studio go to: https://coorswesternart.com/inside-the-studio-year.php?year=2022
Check out Rose Fredrick’s website at www.rosefredrick.com
Follow the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale on social media:
Facebook - www.facebook.com/NWSSCoorsWesternArt
Instagram - www.instagram.com/coorswesternart/
Follow Rose Fredrick on social media:
Facebook - www.facebook.com/rose.fredrick.96
Instagram - www.instagram.com/rosefredrickart/
A close look at the Denver Art scene and beyond.
If you care about art, artists, making, curating, museums, galleries… this is the podcast for you. Todd And Wes do an intimate interview with real people. They ask great questions and really listen. As a long time Denver artist I can tell you that I have learned a lot from this Podcast. It’s interesting, funny and thoughtful. I appreciate that they take the extra time to promote people doing meaningful things. Thank you guys for taking the time, it means so very much ❤️
Master of Articulation
I really enjoyed listening to your most recent podcast with Joy Redstone. She will go far as an artist with her skills to describe her thoughts, process, and motivation for creating art. That’s a level of competence which seems to flow so naturally through her.
I enjoy Todd and Wes’ as host as much as the Artists they talk to. They allow me as a listener to really get to know the art process and the artist they talk to. I really appreciate the links they give in each artists written blurb, I can listen an look at the images as they talk as if I was in a gallery.