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Author: Carol McQuaid

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This weekly podcast features interviews with all types of artists; painters, film makers, songwriters, performing artists and more. When artists gather up at the end of the day, raise a glass and swap stories, interesting things happen. As a working artist, I do lots of traveling, teaching and art residencies, shacking up with groups of creatives for varying periods of time. One of the best parts of this crazy lifestyle is the conversation that happens once the brushes are cleaned and put away for the day. Every artist has their own backstory, motivation, mission and method. None of them are dull. Listen in as I interview artists of all types; visual, film, recording, performance and any other creative superstars I can talk into meeting me in a bar. They'll share their stories about making a life out of making their art.


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Our Guest Artist: Mel Kobayashi melaniekobayashi.homestead.com Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: Trees, Yaletown, Vancouver  www.treescoffee.com  In this episode you’ll hear about: Mel’s Blog bagandaberet.blogspot.com American street photographer Bill Cunningham American artist Cindy Sherman Pao at projectminima.blogspot.com My Sister’s Closet and Battered Women’s Support Services Mel’s fabulous videos on Youtube www.youtube.com/user/bagandaberet What I wore 2018/2019, 1 min video https://www.instagram.com/p/B1wdzPdBz7s/ Tight leather pants video, comedy Part 1: https://www.instagram.com/p/BrlHS4WhBZ4/ Part 2: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs3tt_EhmlP/ VOGOFF satirical fashion magazine: 1:  https://bagandaberet.blogspot.com/2012/11/vogoff-magazine-by-miz-bagg.html 2.  https://bagandaberet.blogspot.com/2012/12/vogoff-december-2012-issue.html 3.  https://bagandaberet.blogspot.com/2013/06/vogoff-june-2013-hot-off-press.html 4.  https://bagandaberet.blogspot.com/2014/09/vogoff-sep-2014-hits-newsstands.html Follow Mel on instagram @bagandaberet Follow our Podcast on  instagram, twitter and facebook @2artistspodcast Follow our Host on  instagram, twitter and facebook @carolmcquaidart Join the Conversation! One of my favorite parts of recording a podcast each week is participating in the great conversations they spark.  Share your feedback and favourite moments on social media, and in the comments section of each episode page. And remember, if you love the episode, head to the webpage where you can bit.ly/buyusaround Join us at The Bar Are you enjoying Two Artists Walk into a Bar?  Sign up for monthly updates and special features on our newsletter at http://bit.ly/2artistsnews Where to find Two Artists Podcast Website: a...
Talking Art Licensing and More with Shandra Smith Our Guest Artist: Shandra Smith www.shandrasmith.com  Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: Third Space Coffee, Kelowna www.thirdspacecoffee.ca  In this episode you’ll hear about: Working at the Kelowna Art Gallery, realizing that artists are regular people (eureka!) Teaching herself to use photoshop and playing with reimagining digital images Being diagnosed with fibromyalgia and dealing with chronic pain Finding a way to work that satisfied her need to create within her physical limitations SOPA Fine Arts in Kelowna Getting started with art licensing Designing shoes with Bucketfeet.com Wallsauce.com British wallpaper and wall mural company Her Scratch Art books Kelowna Art and Business Award Rex Ray PBS Documentary: How to Make a Rex Ray   Follow Shandra Smith on instagram @shandrasmithart facebook @shandra-smith-art Follow our Podcast on  instagram, twitter and facebook @2artistspodcast Follow our Host on  instagram, twitter and facebook @carolmcquaidart Join the Conversation! One of my favorite parts of recording a podcast each week is participating in the great conversations they spark.  Share your feedback and favourite moments on social media, and in the comments section of...
Wine Night with Artist Whisperer Pennylane Shen Our Guest Artist: Pennylane Shen of Dazed and Confucius www.dazedandconfucius.com Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: Campagnolo www.campagnolorestaurant.ca  In this episode you’ll hear about: How we met (clue: it involves Thrive Mastermind) Her life as an artist consultant and how that differs from art consultant Her business Dazed and Confucius and what they do Having a foot in the commercial gallery world and the unique perspective that provides/affords her What gallerists really wish we artists knew Working with hospitals and charitable foundations on their art collections The international workshops and consults she does around the globe The four different seminars she teaches: How it Looks presentation, framing and hanging How it Sounds art writing Navigating the Art Industry Outbox (all things digital) What are some of the common things that artists need to hear? Talking about ham, lettuce and tomato clients (what?!) Attending Visual Culture Theory at NYU first year of the programs existence! My fave quote of the evening: “Turns out anger is way more powerful than curiosity. Use your anger. Why she chose to follow the business and strategic side of the art world rather than being a studio artist Art school; cash grab or awesome opportunity? What does Dazed and Confuscius do exactly? Advising, web work, Ghost writing artist statements At about the one hour mark Pennylane shares the best one size fits all advice she has for emerging artists everywhere We finish off with a fun story set in an Los Angeles bar     Follow Pennylane and Dazed and Confucius on instagram @dazed.and.confucius Follow our Podcast on  instagram, twitter and facebook @2artistspodcast Follow our Host on  instagram, twitter and facebook @carolmcquaidart Join the Conversation! One of my favorite parts of recording a podcast each week is participating in the great conversations they spark.  Share your feedback and favourite moments on social media, and in the comments section of each episode page. And remember, if you love the episode, head to the webpage where you can bit.ly/buyusaround Explore these Resources In this episode, we mentioned the following resources: Dazed and Confucius www.dazedandconfucius.com Thrive Mastermind www.thriveartstudio.com   Join us at The Bar Are you enjoying Two Artists Walk into a Bar?  Sign up for monthly updates and special features on our newsletter at http://bit.ly/2artistsnews Where to find Two Artists Podcast Website: www.twoartistswalkintoabar.com iTunes: a...
Our Guest Artist: Jane Lillico www.janelillico.com Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: La Marea Los Cabos @lamarealoscabos In this episode you’ll hear about: How she came to live in the Baja The San Jose del Cabo Art Walk in the Centro Historico Ida Victoria Gallery, where Jane’s work is shown www.idavictoriagallery.com Singer/songwriter Melanie Dekker from Episode One Jane’s beginnings as a sculptor Why Jane loves Papier mache. And pelicans Her ‘squadron’ of pelicans The best (and worst) things about living in the Baja The role of location on artmaking. Her dueling art-making/writing/design careers The podcast “The Offbeat Life” by Debbie Arcangeles www.theoffbeatlife.com Lisa Wolfin and Art Vancouver www.artvancouver.net     Follow Jane on instagram and facebook @janelillicoart   Follow our Podcast on  instagram, twitter and facebook @2artistspodcast Follow our Host on  instagram, twitter and facebook @carolmcquaidart Join the Conversation! One of my favorite parts of recording a podcast each week is participating in the great conversations they spark.  Share your feedback and favourite moments on social media, and in the comments section of each episode page. And remember, if you love the episode, head to the webpage where you can bit.ly/buyusaround Join us at The Bar Are you enjoying Two Artists Walk into a Bar?  Sign up for monthly updates and special features on our newsletter at http://bit.ly/2artistsnews Where to find Two Artists Podcast Website: www.twoartistswalkintoabar.com iTunes: http://bit.ly/2artistspodcast Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @2artistpodcast YouTube: http://bit.ly/2artistsyoutube email: contact@twoartistswalkintoabar.com Thanks for  listening!  Cheers
Season 1 Finale! Today we’re popping in to Mile Zero wine bar tucked between all the vineyards of the Okanagan, sharing a glass with none other than Danielle Krysa.  You probably know her as The Jealous Curator.  In fact you’re probably already following her blog and listening to her weekly “Art for Your Ear” podcast. If not, check it out.  It’s so good.  She’s written as series of books on creativity, including her newest release “A Big Important Art Book, Now With Women” is hitting bookstores right about … now. Our Guest Artist: Danielle Krysa www.krysa.com/danielle Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: Mile Zero Wine Bar, Penticton, BC Canada www.milezerowinebar.com Our next season starts in February with a Month of Love; artist couples talk about what it’s like when both parties make a living through their create practice.  There are lots of other fab artists lined up for Season 2.  To stay posted make sure you’ve signed up for updates at bit.ly/2artistsnews Meanwhile, let’s head to Mile Zero and listen in as Danielle and I talk book publishing and podcasts, mural painting logistics, the importance of supporting each other, and the things that make her rage eat nanaimo bars. In this episode you’ll hear about: Starting The Jealous Curator Blog and Art For Your Ear Podcast The importance of building in breaks for yourself Her criteria for podcast guests (spoiler alert; it’s just ‘people she loves’. It works) The dangers of Art School How her own books and blog helped get her unstuck as an artist Finding joy and success working with collage and paint Danielle shares this awesome quote that Toronto artist Amanda Happé shared during an interview with her: “No one can wrestle the pencil out of your hand. You get to keep going in absolute defiance.” Danielle’s books: “Creative Block” , “Collage” , “Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk”, all available through major booksellers and on her website The challenges of getting her latest book “A Big Important Art Book, Now With Women” published.  Update: It has launched and is a big #1 hit!  Who knew?!  Well, we did. Partnering with illustrator Martha Rich from Philadelphia The magic of meeting her readers on book tours What it’s like when Oprah’s people call ( and a link to this adorable vid on www.oprah.com) Speaking at Pixar The importance of documenting artist’s work and lives, regardless of their sex Rage eating Nanaimo Bars (don’t pretend you haven’t done it) Finding your writer’s voice Tips on pitching books to publishers Painting murals; including my list of tips to keep it physically comfy Vancouver Mural Festival Working with curator and artist advisor Pennylane Shen of www.dazedandconfucius.com A few hints about what Danielle has coming next! And of...
Today we get to hang out at the legendary Sai Woo in Vancouver and talk with photographer Rennie Brown.  I discovered Rennie’s work when his ‘Artist in Studio’ images started appearing on the instagram feeds of so many artists I know and love.  These portraits are intimate and evocative and I just had to meet him. Our Guest Artist: Rennie Brown www.renniebrown.com Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: Sai Woo in Vancouver’s Chinatown www.saiwoo.ca Now let’s head to Sai Woo and listen in as Rennie and I talk about the magic of falling in love with his instamatic camera as a boy, and how his two current series are documenting a fragile moment in the evolution of both Chinatown and the Vancouver art studio scene. Know an artist whose story you’d love to hear and you see on my feed that I’m heading their way?  Let me know and I’ll try to make the connection You can follow my travels on Instagram @carolmcquaidart. In this episode you’ll hear about: The Sai Woo, and the importance of preserving Chinatown Culture Judy Lam Maxwell and her historic Chinatown tours at  http://chinatowngirl.ca or on Instagram @chinatownjudy Rennie’s ‘Artists in Studio’ project featuring a great range of Vancouver artists in their studios Chris Edmondstone‘s musician project Vancouver Artist Arndt Arntzen and the photo Rennie did in his studio The importance of preserving this moment in Chinatown’s history Getting hooked with an instamatic camera at age 10 Studying photography, video production and media arts at MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Capture Festival Vancouver photographer Clive Camm’s daily photo project Rennie and Clive’s environmental portraits of health care workers Digital vs film photography Showing at The Arts Factory Salon 1000 Parker Street and the Parker Salon Textile artist Katherine Soucie; in studio and in Shanghai Alley The East Side Culture Crawl You’ll find images, stories and more on Rennie’s website at www.renniebrown.com Follow Rennie Brown on instagram @renniebrown and facebook @renniebrownphoto Follow our Podcast on  instagram, twitter and facebook @2artistspodcast Follow our Host on  instagram, twitter and facebook @carolmcquaidart Join the Conversation! One of my favorite parts of recording a podcast each week is participating in the great conversations they spark.  Share your feedback and favourite moments on social media, and in the comments section of each episode page. And remember, if you love the episode, head to the...
Thanks to a listener suggestion I hopped a train for West London this morning to meet up with calligraphy and textile artist Rosalind Wyatt.  The way she weaves historic and significant text into some pretty cool ‘Oh my God, how did you get your hands on that’ pieces is something to see, but it’s the stories behind each piece that will really blow your mind.  From Winston Churchill to Jude Law, her stories will make you want to hop a plane to London to see these works of art for yourself. Our Guest Artist: Rosalind Wyatt www.rosalindwyatt.com Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Now follow me to Rosalind’s garden studio and get ready for some wind and inspiring stories.  Thanks again Sandy Mair for the request, and if any of you readers know of another artist whose story you like to hear and you see on my feed that I’m headed their way, by all means send me a request.  You can follow my travels on Instagram @carolmcquaidart. In this episode you’ll hear about: How she came to have her magical Chiswick, West London garden studio Doing commissions for groups like Burberry Gabardine Canopy Tents, Virginia Wolfe and The Maker House project The New Craftsman Gallery where Ros shows her work Writing with a needle: her calligraphy background and how it made its way onto textiles I love what she has to say about building skill as a foundation The difference between working on commissions and personal projects “It’s a much slower process.  It’s less intense, it’s more organic.  You can let your selfwander a bit more.  It’s much more contemplative.” “The thing about an artistic life is that it is free, isn’t it. So what worked in the past doesn’t necessarily work now” Follow this link to hear the David Tycho interview we talk about http://www.twoartistswalkintoabar.com/fire-rain-journey-extremes-artist-david-tycho/ Her time with a Japanese Zen master and ancient Upanishad texts”Through the inner ear of a devotee I make my way into his soul and sweep it clean” Bhagavad Gita, Mahabharata and Shankara Bringing creativity and creative thinkers into business “we need to break down these barriers” We talk about the importance of traveling with a purpose Jude Law and his involvement in her “Stitched Lives of London” project The quote from Hamlet: “We defy augury.  There’s a special providence in the fall of a sparrow.  If it be now, ’tis not to come; if it be not to come, it will be now; if it be not now, yet it will come: the readiness is all. Since no man, of aught he leaves, knows what  is’t to  leave betimes? Let be.”  – William Shakespeare The murmurration of starlings Great stories from her Stitches Lives Collection; of Sir Edmund Hillary, Winston Churchill, the moving tale of mental health campaigner Johnny Benjamin and more You’ll find images, stories and more on Rosalind’s website at www.rosalindwyatt.com Sign up for her newsletter at www.rosalindwyatt.com/subscribe Follow Rosalind Wyatt on instagram and facebook @artistrosalindwyatt   Follow our Podcast on  instagram, twitter anda...
Pop Art Painter Bob Marangiu is our guest today.  His Picasso-meets-Murakami works will make you smile, but there’s a lot more going on than meets the eye.  Listen in as we talk at the street café just outside his studio about the role of painting in a social context, the importance of happiness, and yes, bob’s brilliant and possibly viable recipe for world peace. Our Guest Artist:  Bob Marongiu www.bobmarongiu.it/en Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com   Now follow me to Cagliari where I know you’ll enjoy his stories as much as I did. Cheers  In this episode you’ll hear about: The role of happiness in Bob’s artwork Filmmaker Lorenzo Jovannotti Joan Miro in London Hanna Barbera Wily Coyote Pink Floyd Producer Bob Ezrin His standing date as the background painter on the famous Sardinian TV Show “Come il Calcio Sui il Macaroni” How his career began with a show in Costa Smeralda Breaking through that definition of ‘real artist’ and how he thought he’d be a showman or a singer rather than a visual artist (ed note: you’re also a wonderful showman Bob) The joy of live painting, and how it’s more important meeting and showing people that if they have a dream they can achieve it. Rather than saying “Look how good I am, how nice my paintings are” he has a bigger dream The importance of nature and trading off New York exhibits for Gauguin style time in nature The upside of moving his studio back into his house His current work, based on his vision of lush Sardinia The consequences of messing with nature, dams and clearcutting in Sardinia The book Silenced Rivers by Patrick McCully His plan to build an Arts Industry alongside every Arms Industry around the world The Graniti Murales Artist in Residence program in Sicily   FollowBob Marongiu on instagram and facebook @bobmarongiu   Follow our Podcast on  instagram, twitter and facebook @2artistspodcast Follow our Host on  instagram, twitter and facebook @carolmcquaidart Join the Conversation! One of my favorite parts of recording a podcast each week is participating in the great conversations they spark.  Share your feedback and favourite moments on social media, and in the comments section of each episode page. And remember, if you love the episode, head to the webpage where you can bit.ly/buyusaround   Join us at The Bar Are you enjoying Two Artists Walk into a Bar?  Sign up for monthly updates and special features
Today we’re in Greece, on the island of Crete, heading into Heraklion to meet up at the Miniatoura Café with artist and musician Manolia Kokoloyianni.  She grew up in both Crete and Athens, paints beautiful introspective canvases in the intense and subdued palette of this island home, and yet it’s jigs and reels she performs on her classical greek lyra with her Irish partner musician Paul Goodman. Its these awesome contradictions that keep life interesting, isn’t it? Our Guest Artist: Manolia Kokoloyianni Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: Miniatoura Cafe, Heraklion, Crete Now follow me to the Miniatoura Café on the island of Crete and listen in as Manolia and I talk about the dance between music and painting, the satisfaction of having good students, and how to not mess with the gods of art. Cheers  In this episode you’ll hear about: The artist’s life on Crete Choosing Crete as a base after the Economic Crisis, and how her thoughts on that may be changing Attending art school in Thessaloniki, Greece A career based on painting, teaching and playing music Playing the classic Greek instrument, the lyra Playing and touring with the Paul Goodman Trio How jigs and reels mix with traditional Greek music painting the light in the Greek Isles Window paintings and self-reflection The role of emotion in art Being influenced by Henri Matisse and Richard Diebenkorn The role of size when it comes to selling art (hint: it matters) Painting scenery and doing wardrobe for theatre as a side hustle The realities of earning a living from painting vs music Her upcoming shows and adventures Follow Manolia on facebook @manolia.kokoloyianni Follow our Podcast on  instagram, twitter and facebook @2artistspodcast Follow our Host on  instagram, twitter and facebook @carolmcquaidart Explore these Resources In this episode, we mentioned the following resources: Paul Goodman Trio and a few songs from their first album entitled “Strangely Familiar”: Little Green Puddle Pondering Girift Manolia’s artwork on the Etsy shop she shares with some fellow artists at BSMEDERStuio here  Henri Matisse Richard Diebenkorn   Join the Conversation! One of my favorite parts of recording a podcast each week is participating in the great conversations they spark.  Share your feedback and favourite moments on social media, and in the comments section of each episode page. And remember, if you love the episode, head to the webpage where you can bit.ly/buyusaround Join us at The Bar Are you enjoying Two Artists Walk into a Bar?  Sign up for monthly updates and special features on our newsletter at a...
Today I’m taking a break from life aboard The Queen Elizabeth and I’m roaming the streets of Athens.  We’re about to meet up with Nikos Tonga, a graphic designer who paints the walls of this ancient city under his street art name; Rude.  He also does guided art tours for a company called alternative Athens.  He’ll walk us through what’s happening in the alleyways under the acropolis, and fill us in on how the economic crisis has affected the arts scene here. Our Guest Artist: Athens Street Artists Nikos Tonga, aka “Rude” Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: B Social Cafe Bar in Psirri, Athens Greece Now let’s head to the B Social Cafe Bar in the Psirri district of Athens and listen in as Nikos and I talk street art from tagging to calligraphy, and what it felt like when he hit his first wall.  In this episode you’ll hear about: Guiding street art tours with Alernative Athens Creating street art under the name “Rude” Art education in Greece The realities of working as an artist through the economic crisis How the current situation in Greece shows up in street art A giant Durer inspired piece and what it means A few of Nikos’ favourite artists The story of the Riot Dog mural Where to find great street art in Athens Learn more about Nikos’ art tours on instagram @altathens or at www.alternativeathens.com Follow our Podcast on  instagram, twitter and facebook @2artistspodcast Follow our Host on  instagram, twitter and facebook @carolmcquaidart Join the Conversation! One of my favorite parts of recording a podcast each week is participating in the great conversations they spark.  Share your feedback and favourite moments on social media, and in the comments section of each episode page. And remember, if you love the episode, head to the webpage where you can bit.ly/buyusaround Join us at The Bar Are you enjoying Two Artists Walk into a Bar?  Sign up for monthly updates and special features on our newsletter at http://bit.ly/2artistsnews Where to find Two Artists Podcast Website: www.twoartistswalkintoabar.com iTunes: http://bit.ly/2artistspodcast Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @2artistpodcast YouTube: http://bit.ly/2artistsyoutube email: contact@twoartistswalkintoabar.com Thanks for  listening!  Cheers   Thanks for tuning in to Two artists walk into a bar.  I’m your host artist carol mcquaid. Check out our shownotes at www.twoartistswalkintoabar.com  If you like the show go ahead and subscribe and forward the link to your favourite art friends, and if you love the show head to the website where you can buy us our next round.  
Our Guest Artist: The Barricade Boys www.thebarricadeboys.com Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: The Commodore Club onboard the Queen Elizabeth somewhere between Stockholm and Southampton This week we’re in the ship’s bar onboard the Queen Elizabeth talking with the Barricade Boys, a group of performers who connected doing Les Mis in London’s West…
Danish Painter/Sculptor/Ceramicist Sjulle is in the bar today! Our Guest Artist: Sjulle Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: A Classic Nyhaven Pub in Copenhagen! Today we’re sitting canal side at a cool pub in one of the coloured houses of Nyhavn, talking with Danish artist Sjulle.  Her wild, abstracted faces in paint, ceramic…
Estonian Film-based Artist Liina Siib joins us in the Tallin’s Freedom Square! Our Guest Artist: Liina Siib www.liinasiib.com Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: TUUM Kohvik-Bar at the Tallinn Art Hall We are sitting in a café in Freedom Square, complete with church bells, birds and a bustling tourist throng.  I love it.  Liina will…
Etsy and Insta Fave Ingrid Sanchez, aka @creativeingrid is in the bar today! Our Guest Artist: Ingrid Sanchez www.ingridsanchez.com Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar: The Hillgate Pub in London’s Notting Gate http://www.thehillgate.com/ The podcast is taking a big turn this week as we cross over the Atlantic!  For the next couple of months…
Urban Landscape Painter Jeff Wilson Our Guest Artist: Urban Landscape Painter Jeff Wilson  Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid Our Bar: The Irish Heather in Gastown, Vancouver BC, Canada Our guest this week is Scottish born Vancouver based painter Jeff Wilson.  He’s on an amazing run, doing public gallery shows, residencies, and the most interesting commission…
Spoken Word Artist: Julia Pileggi www.juliapileggi.com and Host Artist: Carol McQuaid www.carolmcquaidart.com Our Bar:  The Bimini in Vancouver Our guest artist today is poet and spoken word performer Julia Pileggi.  I watched her perform at an opening at the Arts Factory and just had to have her on the show. Lean in at the Bimini…
Our Guest Artist:  Tim Fraser  Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid Our Bar: The Dublin Crossing in Cloverdale, BC, Canada Thanks for tuning in to episode 19 of Two artists walk into a bar!  I’m your host artist Carol McQuaid.  Our guest artist this week is Painter Tim Fraser.  He paints strange and wonderful utopian landscapes of…
Our Guest Artist: Chantal Cardinal of Felt a la Main with Love  Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid Our Bar: Main Street Brewing Our guest this time is Chantal Cardinal of Felt a la Main with Love.  When I say she’s big in the felting world, I mean BIG!  Her massive wall-sized commissions are breathtaking, and…
Our Guest Artists: Tristesse Seeliger, Julia Kreutz and Luiza Brenner Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid Our Bar: South Main Gallery This time, we’re 3 artists and a curator, and our location is one of my favourite Vancouver Galleries, the South Main Gallery on 6th Ave, just off Main Street. At the time of this recording…
Our Guest Artist: Trisha Oldfield  Our Host Artist: Carol McQuaid  Our Bar:  The Distillery in Yaletown Our guest this time is Trisha Oldfield.  I spotted her work at the Ida Victoria Gallery in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico and met up with her at the Distillery in Vancouver’s Yaletown. Listen in as we swap notes…
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