Today's podcast is full of excitement -- dogs barking, Mom choking, and plenty of art talk! Mom, Jane, and I discuss creating abstract art, teaching, learning from students, making work your own, selling in galleries, and self-published books. It's a great chat with lots of intellectual content.
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Our guest this week is Jane Davies.
After graduating Bennington College and attending the School for American Crafts, Davies began as a potter in the early nineties. She gradually transitioned into freelance art, using painting and collage as her medium.
In addition to The Elements of Visual Language, Davies is the author of three books on collage and mixed media, one on ceramics, and has one DVD on painting and collage techniques.
I love Jane's work and could stare at it for hours! Jane was a guest on a previous podcast more than two years ago. You can find it here. I also wanted to share a blog post that an artist named Jacki Long posted after listening to that podcast two years ago. Take a moment and click through to Jacki's post because I think it sums up the experience that many people have shared with me about listening to our podcast.
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