I had a wonderful conversation with Veronica Funk, professional artist living in Airdrie, Alberta Canada! In this conversation she shares so many tips and tricks to slaying the dragon of resistance. She shares with us where she gets her inspiration from and how to involve others in your work. You can see all of her work and get in touch with veronica at: https://www.veronicafunk.com/.
A big focus of the podcast is this question. Here is what Veronica had to say -
6. How do you slay the dragon of resistance?
After studying Art & Design at Red Deer College I got a job (steady income is always nice). It was a terrific opportunity but I had to make adjustments in my daily life in order to paint so I got up an hour early every day just to start my day off in my make-shift studio. I continue that to this day...studio first. It helps me to keep a designated area in my home that is always ready so that whenever I walk by it, I tend to be drawn in to work.
Veronica Funk answers these questions with insight and grace. Please listen to Episode 4 to feel inspired.
Take a listen to Episode 3!
A glimpse at the artist life of Amy Dryer! Growing up as an artist, making here way through art college and creating a successful career before 40. It wasn't easy, and as she says, it is still a career path she has to commit to every day. Listen to our conversation about how she manages to SLAY THE DRAGON of resistance. You can find her on instagram and her website: fragments of soul.
Welcome to Burst and Bloom where we have conversations with visual artists about what they do, how they do it and why. I am interested in finding out about what fears and challenges they have faced along their journey and what techniques or thought processes they can share with us when it comes to slaying the DRAGON of resistance! Ideas BURST into our lives and like a gardener, an artist cultivates a beautiful BLOOM for all of us to enjoy. Grab your coffee and let's chat about the artist's life.
This is a longtime dream of mine... I started to work with sound and interviewing people before podcasting was a thing. In fact, while attending Emily Carr Art Institute in Vancouver, I did an art project all about sound and it included interviews in a seniors home. I was a radio DJ for a commercial radio station for a while. I love interviewing and creating sound files. I have been recording sound all along… enough of me. Just know that you will be in good hands. I really care about my work and I want to share the words of my guests in the best possible way I can.
Thanks for listening; I really appreciate your contribution towards my new beginning.
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