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I Like Your Work supports artists! Each week artist Erika b Hess interviews artists, gallerists, collectors, and curators to cover topics that will help you in your art practice! From inspiring interviews from the lives of artists to business practices you will walk away ready to get in the studio!
 
At THE CURATORS OF HORROR we believe there is a perfect Horror movie out there for everyone! So whether you’re a LOVER, or a HATER, or somewhere in the middle, this podcast is for you. Each episode your hosts Katie and Emrys quiz their guest in order to curate the perfect Horror Movies for them. The guest watches both films and then comes on the podcast to discuss what they thought and choose their favourite. But which Curator made the best selection for the guest? A great way to discover an ...
 
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I had the pleasure of sitting down and interviewing the amazing painter Clintel Steed in person at his studio in New York City. Clintel Steed takes inspiration for his work from his surroundings, whether it’s Utah or Harlem. His work is an exploration of moments, feelings, situations and experiences that he brings to life through art. His paintings…
 
For pictures of this episode, click here. For the first bonus episode of October, we meet with Todd Turner at Appalachian Glass. Keeping on with last week’s glass theme, this week we learn from Todd all the tricks of the trade for handmade glass, including what elements are combined to make glass, how it is molded and colored, and the three generat…
 
My guest is Alicia Puig of PXP Contemporary and Create! Magazine. We talk about Alicia's background and then go on to talk about artist submissions we receive, the artist statement and applying to galleries. You can get your free Essential Guide to Writing the Artist Statement here You can apply to PXP Contemporary here…
 
Hannah Cole is an artist based in Asheville, NC and the owner of Sunlight Tax. She also runs Money Bootcamp, a yearlong membership program to get artists from financial chaos to financial control, so you can get back to your studio. When you know what your profit is, you unlock the power to know what things cost you, whether you need to raise your …
 
For pictures of this episode, click here. Happy October! For the first episode of our mini-series “October in Weston, West Virginia”, we meet with Larry Woods at the Museum of American Glass. We talk about the impressive history of glass; from glass made in ancient Rome and Egypt, to its production from the late 1700s until after the Civil War, and…
 
I had the pleasure of sitting down to talk to the phenomenal painter John Walker. John is not only a painter whose paintings are poetic in their paint application but he is also an artist who cares about young painters. I had the privilege of studying with John at Boston University where we all were inspired by his words and awed by what paint can …
 
For photos, click here. For the second September bonus episode, we meet with my coworker Vincent Turner, an Exhibit Educator at the Calvert Marine Museum. Throughout his land deed research of Calvert County, and his passion for reading about Maryland’s folklore, he has some spooky stories that can connect to real-life places and people (even some i…
 
I see a lot of artists websites and I have noticed that an artist with a lot of experience can still have a poor website. Whether an artist is new to the game or they have years of experience under their belt, I have noticed their website can still be letting them down. This typically happens when they don't communicate their recent experience or u…
 
Hannah Cole is an artist based in Asheville, NC and the owner of Sunlight Tax. She also runs Money Bootcamp, a yearlong membership program to get artists from financial chaos to financial control, so you can get back to your studio. In this week's mini podcast episode, Hannah joins us to talk about the mental garbage that artists pick up throughout…
 
For pictures of this episode, click here. This week we meet with Deborah Gangloff, Executive Director of the Captain Avery Museum. The museum is located in the old home of Captain Salem Avery, originally a one-room cabin built-in 1859. Though the house has changed size, hands, and location a few times, it still houses some amazing items that belong…
 
“I paint to create a deeper connection to my identity and history as a Black American. Metaphorically, I see Black people as personifications of the magic that is the ocean. My paintings and drawings combine abstraction with realistic renderings of Black noses and lips to rejuvenate the relationship of my history to my ancestor’s history with water…
 
For photos from this episode, click here. For the first of September’s two bonus episodes, we meet with Kristopher Battles, the Marine Corps Artist in Residence at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. We discuss how the creation of artwork for the Marine Corps includes a whole series of historical illustrations going from post-Vietnam all the w…
 
Hannah Cole is an artist based in Asheville, NC and the owner of Sunlight Tax. She also runs Money Bootcamp, a yearlong membership program to get artists from financial chaos to financial control, so you can get back to your studio. In this mini episode, Hannah joins us to talk about her journey as a painter who had miserable experiences with accou…
 
For pictures of this episode, click here. This week we are in New York speaking with Joseph Malek, the Visitor Experience Specialist at the Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center. Join us as we talk about the (not so underground) Underground Railroad and the important role Niagara Falls played in the fight for freedom. The Heritage Cent…
 
Internationally recognized artist Amir H. Fallah is known for his vibrant figurative work that draws from western painting vocabulary and turns the history of portraiture on its head. The work explores how one reconstructs identity and asks the question, how do you describe someone without showing their physical likeness? It’s incredibly powerful w…
 
For photos of this episode, click here. This week we are at the Historic Oakleigh House Museum in Mobile, Alabama. We speak with Marye Newman and Paula Lenor Web and learn about two significant works of art housed at the museum, which was built in 1833 on what was the outskirts of Mobile. Man in Brown Hat The first artifact is a painting created by…
 
For photos of this episode, click here. Today we are back in Nevada at the National Automobile Museum speaking with Jay Hubbard. Bill Harrah was an entrepreneur who created a money making empire in Reno that began with good ol' bingo. He became a very rich man who had the money and the passion to amass one of the largest collections of automobiles …
 
Hosts: Emrys and Katie Guest: Christian In our tenth episode we meet B-movie horror fan, Christian. We discuss some recent Horror’s we’ve watched, we’re thrown in to Horror at far too young an age and have nightmares, we wish a Winnie the Pooh Michael Myers Halloween mash up existed, we go deep on B-Movie, we watch our first horror movie, we questi…
 
For pictures and a demonstration video about this episode, click here. This week we are at the Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site in Richmond, Virginia, speaking with Ethan Bullard. We learn all about the wonder woman Maggie Walker: A strong black woman who was the Nation's first black female bank president, a civil rights activist, an advocat…
 
Hosts: Emrys and Katie Guest: Christian Join us as we reveal the next two films we have curated. What do we have in store for our next victim, Christian? Join us for our next main episode on July 23rd. Drag Me To Hell (2009) Written and Directed by: Sam Raimi Where to watch: US: Streaming on Peacock UK: Steaming on Netflix US & UK: Buy and Rent fro…
 
For pictures of the episode, click here. This week we are at the University of Nevada, Reno (my alma mater!) speaking with Garrett Barmore at the W.M. Keck Earth Science and Mineral Engineering Museum. Speaking of mouthfuls, we learn all about the helicoprion with its spiraled jaw, as well as John William Mackay and his spectacular silver collectio…
 
We were so excited to be able to take a safe, socially distanced, and be-masked tentative step out of our house in the UK as the pandemic restrictions slightly loosened recently, allowing us to check out some of the latest Horror Movie offerings at the cinema. In this episode we discuss three of the latest instalments in some of our favourite Horro…
 
For pictures from this episode, click here. Part 2 For the final installment of our two-part series from the National Museum of the Marine Corps, we meet with Ben Kristy, the Collections Chief and Aviation Curator. We discuss the incredible restoration stories of the World War II Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless dive bomber and the Vietnam-era Sikorsky UH-3…
 
Hosts: Emrys and Katie Guest: Sarah In our ninth episode we meet passionate, Aussie, horror amateur: Sarah. We curate numbers, ice creams, & vomit and hug people. We get attacked by feral pigs, and backpack across the outback in the 90s, we take a brief detour to film noir, we attempt some face surgery but it doesn’t take, we go upstairs and it’s s…
 
Hello Podcast Family. I am very sorry to announce that this weeks episode will have to be postponed until June 14th. I have learned my lesson from this and will always have another episode ready on the back burner in case I have this issue again, but unfortunately for now, I will just have to postpone. I really appreciate you as a listener and I wi…
 
Johnson’s work draws on a vastness of experience and a persistent desire to make paintings that explain the world through color and shape. He has always moved seamlessly between abstraction and representation and the art historian Peter Selz described Johnson as an artist who makes “realist paintings that are basically abstract paintings and abstra…
 
Matt Bollinger is an artist living in Ithaca, NY who works across painting, animation, sculpture and music. Bollinger earned his BFA at the Kansas City Art Institute in 2003 and his MFA at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2007. He has had 6 solo exhibitions at Zürcher Gallery, New York and 3 solo exhibitions at Galerie Zürcher, Paris. His ani…
 
Hosts: Emrys and Katie Guest: Sarah Join us as we reveal the next two films we have curated. What do we have in store for our next victim, Sarah? Join us for our next main episode on June 11th. Eyes Without A Face (1960) Directed by: Georges Franju Written by: Pierre Boileau, Thomas Narcejac, Jean Redon, & Claude Sautet Where to watch: US: Steaming…
 
Dana Frankfort’s paintings engage the history of abstract painting and feature bright colors, gestural brushwork, and text. She earned a BA in the History of Art from Brandeis University and an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Yale University School of Art. She attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and was a Core Fellow at the Mu…
 
For pictures from this episode, click here. Part 1 This week we meet with Owen Conner for the first in a two-part series at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. Conner is the Curator of Uniforms and Heraldry and talks to us about the interactive immersion exhibits in the museum, as well as one of the most iconic photographs in Marine history. T…
 
Mark Joshua Epstein is a gifted storyteller and artist. If you want a great evening, hang out with Mark and talk about what you are working on and be prepared to laugh and think differently about what you have created. Born in Rockville, Maryland, Mark spent his early school years at a conservative Jewish Day School and his summers at a progressive…
 
Hosts: Emrys and Katie Guest: Steph In our eighth episode we meet petrified Horror hater: Steph, who'd rather pretend that Horror movies don't exist. We ride Hugo the Horror horse, we don’t buckle to peer pressure, we pretend Horror doesn’t exist, we give out stickers for being brave, we picture ourselves behind the scenes to make it less scary, we…
 
Since becoming a mother in 2014 Hofer has been involving her children in her painting process, creating a 44-piece series with her first son and will soon be launching a new collection with her other 2 children in fall 2021. Brandi continues to be extremely prolific with her 3 little boys at her in-home studio, creating several bodies of self-motiv…
 
For pictures from this episode, click here. This week we meet with Julian Charity in a single room museum entirely dedicated to one amazing woman: Virginia Randolph. Miss Randolph began her young adult life as a teacher and never left that role, developing new curriculum’s for black schools that would be adopted county wide. " However, this day was…
 
I have followed Jessica Pinsky’s work since 2007 because this woman was my best friend in graduate school at Boston University. We would visit each others studios, talk about art over drinks and overall support and give feedback to each other. Jessica’s drive to create artwork and start major projects is unmatched which is evident in her prolific w…
 
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