ahtcast Visual artist interview conversations about process and inspiration.

January 29, 2013  

Step inside the art and process of Sydney, Australia artist, Inga Dalrymple. She describes her process as "building a character up"  and how intuition plays a big role while working. Dalrymple also feels that art school "gave me my voice and my eye." Listen in.


The Artist's website: http://ingadalrymple.net/home.html

(podcast intro/outro music by Ani DiFranco and Utah Phillips)

January 26, 2013  

Join ahtcast in this interview with California based artist, Connie Goldman. Goldman goes on to say that "Work comes from the work" and "It's healthy to stretch out in different directions." Her work appears to move in space and are very inspiring. Take a listen.


The Artist's website: http://www.flickr.com/photos/conniegoldman

(podcast intro/outro music by Ani DiFranco and Utah Phillips)

January 17, 2013  

The rush, the hassle, the anxiety, the battle, the surprise, are all things that drive Germany based Artist Sabine Tress. "Now, I really know this is who I am, and this is what I want to do for the rest of my life." Join ahtcast in this conversation where the subject is on the perils and high points of painting. As a special episode where Sabine Tress turns and asks me the very same questions I posed to her. Should be a really enjoyable "double-interview." Thanks for listening. (some strong language)


The Artist's website: http://www.sabinetress.de/

(podcast intro/outro music by Ani DiFranco and Utah Philips)

January 15, 2013  

Constructing paintings with "creative free-ness" utilizing grids and structures.  Join me, and ahtcast, in this conversation with New York based artist, Louise P. Sloane, as she details her process and inspiration and how she has come to change her mind about the benefits of an artist's website.


The Artist's website: http://www.louisepsloane.com/

(intro/outro music by Ani DiFranco and Utah Phillips)

January 9, 2013  

Paul Behnke - "(Painting is about)... a slow experience between the actual piece of art and the viewer." Listen in as, New York based Painter, Paul Behnke details some of his process and ideas, the importance of Art History and his interests in the "spontaneous act" of painting.


Artist's website: http://www.paulbehnke.net/

(podcast intro/outro music by Ani DiFranco and Utah Phillips)


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