Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

It is with great enthusiasm that I introduce to you my friend and fellow creative, Kat Caverly. I first met Kat in the early 90’s when we both freelanced for Recycled Paper Greetings. I don’t think that two people’s cards could have been more different than ours were. Kat’s hilarious photo cards (often featuring her blond alter ego character, Shirley) not only strike a funny bone, they remind us of our shared humanity.

Since then, Kat has greatly expanded her artistic and photographic endeavors. She now produces and writes animated e-cards, develops children’s programming and is venturing into the vast arena of video production. Be inspired (and laugh along with us) as you watch my interview with Kat…

Wheaton, IL based artist, Michael McKee, creates rich and colorful pastel paintings that take your breath away! See his work and hear about his journey as an artist in Kathy’s latest “Inside the Artist’s Studio” interview.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPvJF21u_5k

To learn more about Michael and to see more of his artwork click here.

October is Artists’ month in Chicago…one of our favorite cities!

And, because some of our favorite artists call that city home, we are celebrating by featuring Chicago artist Melinda Gordon in Kathy’s “Inside the Artist’s Studio” interview! Please enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DuBzN5b3IQ

To see more of Melinda’s work please click here to visit her website.

I am proud to introduce a new series of video interviews called “Inside the Artist’s Studio”.

Over the course of the year, I plan to visit and interview a variety of interesting creative friends who scatter Joy through Art. These in-depth interviews are loosely based on Bravo TV’s popular show called Inside the Actor’s Studio.

The very first featured artist in my series is Christian “Patch” Patchell, cartoonist, illustrator, teacher, and author of his new book “I put the Can in Cancer”. I hope you will find Patch’s interview as inspiring as I do!

 

To see more of Patch’s work click here to visit his website or here to visit the Philadelphia Cartoonist Society blog.