On today's podcast we're talking to Carolyn Dube about Art Sparks, the fact that there's no one right answer, her former life experimenting with pizza dough, being the ugly butterfly, and so much more!
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Carolyn Dube is a self taught mixed media art adventurer helping you let go and feel the freedom of play.
You can find her sharing the message of O.O.P.S. through her YouTube videos and blog, aColorfulJourney.com as well as designing stencils for StencilGirl Products, teaching in person and online workshops, and her articles in magazines such as Somerset Studio, GreenCraft, Pages, and Cloth Paper Scissors.
- Carolyn has more than 500 videos on her YouTube channel.
Here are our recommendations this episode:
- Carolyn: Do something you're not supposed to do with alcohol ink: splatter them!
- Eileen: The Windermere Children (movie)
- Julie: New York Times Cooking App
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