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oil painter | mother | podcaster

welcome to my candy colored studio! bonjour! i'm katrina berg, an oil painter, mother, supporter of women, podcaster, chocolate lover, and francophile.

join me in my midway utah studio, where i serve up a palette of support, hope and love, with a side of realness! as a mother of 5 (3 teenagers & 9 year old twins lol!), i know that life is rarely easy and jolly...but savoring the sweet moments gives us the strength we need to find peace, growth, and fulfillment along our journey.

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100th spring salon utah art mary sauer painting

the 100th spring salon: director emily larsen on work in this latest exhibition and a retrospect of the past 100!

CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 239:

dear friend, artist, and the director of the springville museum: emily larsen and i chat about 17 of the 276 pieces in the 100th annual spring salon. she also shares with us the great heritage and some memories associated with the springville salon. springville museum is truly the art center of the state of utah. so much goodness converges in this sweet space and thanks to all that are associated with it: the collectors, the donors, the artists, the visitors, the families that bring their young children, the quilters and quilt lovers, the students who participate in the high school show and the outreach provided by museum staff -- on and on --!! together, we make up a beautiful tree, working together and supporting one another in our quest to create and support creation. the overall spirit of this show is felt by all the 1450 pieces created and submitted to this exhibition. as you visit online and in person, you'll feel that creative spirit that is prevalent in utah. this spirit is what encourages and supports us all as we continue to create. it is a living and breathing organism. and thank you to each of you who constitute this wonderful spirit of creation in utah!! 

how can you participate in this year’s exhibition?

Manti temple open house

being a disruptor in art & creative businesses

CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 238:

not long ago, my dear creative friend leslie smoot was sharing her latest adventures, challenges and vision for her film career. she and her coworkers are finding new ways to produce and fund their projects and she talked about being a disruptor in the film business. so what does it look like in other creative businesses – especially for artists? we’ll chat about 7 traits of disruptors: entrepreneurial mindset, risk taking, vision, agility, persistence, creativity and understanding. i’ll share some specific examples i’ve seen in my career and in my local community. there’s some great opportunities for collectors and artists this spring: upcoming shows, fundraisers and the 100th springville museum of art “spring salon”. collectors & artists, come join in the celebration on opening night and submit your work artists!! this week’s red pill: “sometimes the stories we want to hear the least are the stories we need to hear the most.”

strategies processing grief contemporary floral oil

buying art materials in bulk, ways we grieve, world peace & mind control

CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 237:

what are the best places to buy art materials? there are great places online and locally but i have found buying in bulk to be the most helpful for me. do you ever think about "world peace" and what that would look like? which are more important to you: peace or agency/free will? which do you think will make the biggest difference in our world?

loss, betrayal & change — everyone I talk with is grieving someone or something. grief is an uncomfortable but necessary part of life. when we don’t face or work through our grief it can come back later with a vengeance interrupting or triggering us at the most inopportune times. it’s normal to be affected by grief time and time again, but the more we bravely walk through it or talk about it, the easier it becomes and the more we can learn from the experience. what are you & your loved ones grieving? what helps you most as you process your grief? who needs your help most in their grief?

painting playlists

music inspiring & naming art

click to listen to the playlists of songs and favorite singers whose songs inspire my work and title my original oil paintings!! there's a playlist of all the french songs, and one for each year from 2018 to the present!

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