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Arts To Hearts Podcast

Author: Charuka Arora

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How to be a successful artist? How to get over creative blocks? Best tips for creativity ? Finding a arts community that makes you feel at home? Building a thriving art business & studio practice?

Welcome to the Arts To Hearts Podcast.

A show where we take a peek into the hearts and lives of our favourite artists. From running a creative business & studio art practice to success mindset. Charuka arora talks with her guests about everything that goes behind into making a life & career that you adore as an artist.
Think of this as your happy hour with your favourite artists in your studio.
Hear charuka & her guests share the messy and the wonderful side of creating and living a heartfelt creative life, within and outside our studios. As you tune in, be ready to be inspired and encouraged.

I am your host charuka arora. An artist, designer, entrepreneur and founder of arts to hearts project.
Thank you so much for being here! Find more on www.instagram.com/artstoheartsproject/
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In the38th episode of the Arts to Hearts podcast, our host Charuka Arora is joined in conversation from Philadelphia with passionate figurative, collage and abstract artist Phyllis Gorsen who creates representative, energetic patterns filled with movement and vibrancy. FIND ALL LINKS & INFORMATION HERE:  Phyllis ventured into art at the tender age of 16 but was dissuaded from pursing it formally due to family pressure. After spending 14 years in corporate America and the arrival of her son she decided to hold back no longer and pursue art once again. Find Phyllis on: Instagram: @phyllisgorsen Website: Connect with Our Host Charuka on: Instagram: @ Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
In this Episode No. 36 of the Arts To Hearts Podcast, Host Charuka Arora interviews ceramist and artist Jen Dwyer from Bay Area, California. Find the full details of this episode along with all links and artists mentioned in the show notes of the episode here: Jen shares her journey into the world of art, how it has helped her overcome her learning disabilities and inhibitions and how ceramic art gives her to creative freedom to explore various subjects.  Find Jen on: Instagram: @jen_dwyer_ Website: Clay Class link: Connect with Our Host Charuka on: Instagram:  Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
In this episode, Join Host @CharukaArora as she talks about why it is essential to create an authentic artist brand. Artist Brand Mini Workshop: LINK TO BOOK A SPOT : How to create an engaging & authentic artist brand that lifts you up! A 2 hours only LIVE mini workshop for artists, creatives and creative entrepreneurs who are ready to embrace themselves and creating an authentic & compelling personal brand.   In this workshop, you will Learn how to lay a solid foundation for your personal brand. How to Identify your key brand words Create a unique brand experience  Craft your unique voice Part of LIVE Q & A's LINK TO BOOK A SPOT :
In this Episode No. 35 of the Arts To Hearts Podcast, Host Charuka Arora interviews Katie, a fine artist, illustrator and surface pattern designer based in Sacramento, California. Find the full details of this episode along with all links and artists mentioned in the show notes of the episode here:https://artstoheartsproject.com/?p=8750 Katie takes us through her journey of identifying her talents, the emotions she experienced, beating the roadblocks on the way to finding herself and how she finally found her calling as a queer artist. Find Katie on: Instagram: @katiekaapcke Website: Connect with Our Host Charuka on: Instagram:  Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!  Artist Mentions : @jeffmayry
Arts To Hearts Podcast is all about creating from a safe space to communicate and share the messy and wonderful side of being an Artist. In this episode, Host & Artist Charuka Arora interviews Artist Volta Voloshin Smith, Founder of Color Snack. Volta is from and is the founder of Color Snack and her mission to watercolor the world can be seen in the various projects such as , custom and that she creates for national and international brands. She has taught thousands of students in her online and in-person watercolor workshops, where she encourages everyone to rediscover their inner artist.    - Volta shares how big of her 'food lover' she is! She shares her journey reflecting on why she loves food and how it's become a part of her art practice!  - She shares about her watercolour book & her podcast while building a platform for artists. - Volta talks about how she motivated herself to keep going forward and believing that she has a lot to offer with the help of her creative mindset.  - She talks about being "taken seriously enough" and not having her work valued as she liked! Volta shares her journey to overcome other people's perceptions of her art and becoming confident about it.
Arts To Hearts Podcast is all about creating from a safe space to communicate and share the messy and wonderful side of being an Artist. In this episode, Artist Tara Bach takes over shares her favourite tips and tricks of making your art Instagram Famous through Reels & TikTok!   - Putting yourself out there an an artist is a hard task, and now with new things on social media, one can feel overwhelmed! Tara talks about using reels and TikTok as a medium to talk about the everyday struggles of being an artist and show them to the world! - All you need is your phone, Instagram and Inshort, the video editing app! - For her, changing to reels and short videos was a way to put forward a new image for herself as an artist and get over struggles of an artist! - She shares her journey how she started making videos, and how it shaped her practice - She talks about 4 different platforms to share the content you create and grow as an artist  - Additionally, she shares how she brainstorms her content ideas and plans them out      Connect with Tara on Instagram: Website:   Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
In this Arts To Hearts Podcast episode, Host Charuka Arora interviews Chilean Textile Artist, Carmen Mardónez!    - Carmen grew up in Chile, in a family of 8 sisters and 1 brother. - She explains how she grow up with norms about womanhood, and conduct in society. She was taught embroidery at 10 years of age for her future children and how to cook for her future husband. - As Carmen was the eldest, she felt that she was always taking care of everyone around her, and postponing her career and herself.  - She talks about creating work with textile and how what tied her down, grew her into the powerful artist she is!  - She shares how she started creating art with embroidery, and how she started selling her work.  - Carmen also talks about moving to the USA, raising her children and simultaneously creating art.  - Carmen later talks about her shows and the art grants received by her!   Find Carmen on:  Instagram: Website:   Connect with Our Host Charuka on Instagram:  Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
Arts To Hearts Podcast is all about creating from a safe space to communicate and share the messy and wonderful side of being an Artist. In this episode, Host Charuka Arora Takes over and talks about dealing with her personal fears, taking control of her life and just taking a leap of faith to follow her passion!    - Charuka talks about her struggles starting the ATH Podcast. - She explains how fears stem from insecurities which develop over time.  - For her, the most important thing is her vision and purpose to become someone. Over the years, it has evolved with her as she grew from a girl who wanted to stay away from her family and get independent to becoming an entrepreneur. - Charuka shares how she took her first artist gig and how things turned for her.  - She shares her failures and how it takes effort to get back to work after hard times   People and Links mentioned:    Connect with Our Host Charuka on Instagram:  Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
In this Arts To Hearts Expert Takeover Episode, Artist, Coach and Founder of Art Mums United, Mona Lerch shares how she created an Online Arts Platform and community of artists. - Mona shares her background story to her entry into the arts world. - She talks about connecting with people through social media - For Mona, creating a community is really important. She created Art Mums United to foster a community of mother artists like herself. - The purpose of Art Mums was to bring together conversations about people in the same spheres of life. - She gives insightful and actionable tips about building a community for yourself!   Find Mona & Art Mums United on: Instagram: /  Website:
In this Arts To Hearts Podcast Episode, Host Charuka Arora interviews Betsy Enzensberger, an Resin Artist and Sculptor based in New York famous for her Melting Popsicles.    Betsy shares how she has always been a creative person and found herself making something even when it’s not her art She talks about being raised in New York City and finding herself surrounded by different cultures and kinds of creativity  She talks learning practical skills through experience instead of traditional education  Betsy shares how the fist time creating a melting Popsicle was created accidentally Find Betsy & her Melting popsicles on: Instagram: Website:
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ART #Dreamland We are so excited to launch our new Call for women artists guest curated by @ekaterinaspopova  Join as our founder @charukaarora & guest curator @ekterinaspopva announce the launching this new dreamy opportunity. SUBMIT LINK IN BIO: https://artstoheartsproject.com/dreamland-call-for-art-juried-show/
In the 28th episode of the ATH podcast, Join our host @charukaarora in conversation with Writer & Gallerist @Alicia Puig at Pxp Contemporary. FULL EPSIODE INFORMATION ON SHOWNOTES: In this episode, Alicia was so kind to share : Here journey from getting her degree in the arts to finding her calling in working in curation and starting an online art gallery, Pxp contemporaryS How she is passionate about working with emerging artists & the relationships she has been able to build How she has been working towards creating a more sustainable & inclusive art ecosystem. And,so much more   Connect with Our Host Charuka on Instagram:  Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
In the 27th episode of the ATH podcast, Join Artist and Expert Victoria Fry Artist, Educator, and Founder of Visionary Art Collective as she shares actionable tips for Art Educators. She gives useful tips for art educators to figure out what students work for them, what systems one should use She emphasises on creating a respectful learning environment and it's importance  Victoria gives value to culture and traditions and it's association to learning  Communication is key! Victoria shares powerful experiences which helped her students in a bigger ways outside the classroom  She also talks about being passionate about work and what she does!   Victoria has created a free resource on her website with more information! Download the freebie after listening to the podcast to get to work!    Make sure you tune in, because you don’t want to miss out on this episode!   Find Victoria Fry & Her projects on: Instagram:  Website:    Connect with Our Host Charuka on Instagram:  Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
In the 26th episode of the ATH podcast, Host Charuka Arora interviews Curator Gita Joshi.  Gita's journey in the arts has been very different than most people! She talks about studying art history and how she navigated through different jobs before realising curation. Gita shares how she got into curating, her early projects and how she has grown from there.   Read full show notes on:   Find Gita Joshi & her projects on: Instagram: Website:   Connect with Our Host Charuka on Instagram:  Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
In this Arts To Hearts Podcast Episode, Artist and Host Charuka Arora shares how one can get rid of the creative block and constantly inspire yourself !   Charuka shares the importance of working alone and creating a safe space  She explains the need of a multidirectional approach to creating art  She gives tips regarding structure in work by deciding what kind of people you want to surround yourself with  She shares the importance of working “horizontally” as well as “vertically”  Her tips to work on yourself as an artist helps by setting goals and targets    Hear Charuka as she gives tips, tricks and personal accounts of how you can elevate your creativity! Find Charuka on: Instagram: @charukaarora Website: www.charukaarora.com
This Arts To Hearts Expert Takeover and Special Podcast Episode is hosted by Artist and Art Therapist Leah Guzman! She is an Art Therapist, Artists and Founder of Creative Soul Society and Art Therapy Online! She provides insightful tips about consciously healing through art!   Leah explains what art therapy means and how one can incorporate it in their daily art practice She explains how mental and creative blocks stem from emotional experiences around us  Leah shares about her personal experiences and how she got out of them using art therapy  She gives tips to ‘let go’ using different ways and use Art Therapy in your everyday practice  Furthermore, she believes in manifesting and channeling one’s energy to dig deep   Find out all the tips given by Leah about creative blocks, healing and art therapy! Find Leah Guzman & her Art Therapy projects on: Instagram: @leah.guzman.art / @creative.soul.society/ @art.therapy.online Website:
In the 21st episode of the ATH podcast, host Charuka Arora interviews “colour obsessed” Artist Sarah Stieber.   – Sarah’s life has been super interesting! She talks about wanting to be a therapist, studying psychology and then turning into an artist! – She talks about transitioning from wanting to “analyse” human nature to “exploring” human nature – She talks about working in her studio in Venice with her models! – Sarah is not only a painter, but an artist who looks for deeper meanings and perceptions while working  – She talks about her work, using lots of tape and how she uses them in her work   Find Sarah Stieber & her projects on: Instagram: Website:   Connect with Our Host Charuka on Instagram:  Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
View the Online Exhibit:   In this Special Podcast Interview, we have four women artists: , , and along with Artist and Host Charuka Arora!  They talk about Nostalgia as a common thread in their work and how their past experiences have moulded their art practice.  For Gina, her Japanse cultural hybridity and her grandparents have played a great role in her work.  Juliet's work showcases her love and the multiple feeling around it, in her work.  Sarah creates paintings which reflect her childhood memories.  And Raisa displays the bittersweet feeling of motherhood in her work!  This Episode is with the Winners of the #1 Issue of our Call for Artists for Podcast Interviews run in the month of March 2021. Join these artists as they welcome you in their Gardens of Nostalgia! For the full experience & all the artworks:   Connect with Our Host Charuka on Instagram:  Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
We are thrilled to announce the release of a Special Podcast Episode & Online exhibit with the selected artists of our 1st ever Podcast Open Call. We ran our 1st Open Call for Podcast Interviews in the month of March and got an overwhelming response from you all! We decided to take it up a notch and create an Online Exhibit along with the Video Podcast on our website, launching on 8th July 2021. Garden of Nostalgia is a theme relevant to all of us, as we believe that our memories, instances from our past, and little moments shape who we are today. Especially for an artist, the nostalgic thread binds the artists and their work with love and reminiscence! Join these Raisa Nosova, Sarah Renzi Sanders, Gina Ariko & Juliet Martin in conversation with Charuka Arora and visit their Garden of Nostalgia!  See you on 8th July at 8:30pm IST/ 11am EST on Thursday at The Arts To Hearts Podcast! Stay Tuned!  Hearts, Team Arts To Hearts Project
In the 20th episode of the ATH podcast, host Charuka Arora interviews Sari Shryack, Artist and Founder of Not-Sorry Art School.    Sari begins by telling us how her love affair with the arts started She talks about how she creativity stems from childhood when her mother and her spent hours at thrift stores, and tailoring their outfits  She talks about how Instagram and social media played an integral role in shaping her identity as an artist She talks about juggling being pregnant and creating a full time art career for herself She also talks about how her personal experiences and struggles with poverty urged her to work harder and be the person she is today!    Sari has been an inspiration for many, and we would love for you to listen to her talk about so much more than arts!    Find Sari Shrayck & her projects on: Instagram:   Website:  /     Connect with Our Host Charuka on Instagram:  Keep In Touch With Us at Arts To Hearts Project!
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