CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 232:
pam baumeister is a watercolor painter preserving memories and all the nostalgia of your favorite people, places, things and those precious moments you want to remember again and again. her background and career in marketing has not only helped her find the courage to put her artwork out there, but it’s helping other artists do the same. hear about her creative journey, health challenges, wisdom in marketing,mindset, and suggestions for other artists. her morning routine thanks to hal elrod’s “miracle mornings” is helping her become a better artist, mother, spouse and person overall. pam has an accountability mindset group on marco polo that you and your favorite creative people can join at just $14.99 each month. while marco polo can seem like an overwhelming group video chat – pam’s videos come in personally and you reply personally. more like a one-on-one mentor chat, this is a great option for all creatives to up their game. on september 21st, pam’s 4-week commission course opens. at $197, this is an affordable way to not only find more joy in your commission work, but learn from the bread and butter of pam’s business. find more & sign up at fruitioncreativelearn.com – attend her solo show opening october 28 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at the sprague library in sugarhouse at 2131 south 1100 east in salt lake. enjoy enjoy this packed interview with fabulous pam!! xo
i spent a special day with daughter and her bestie at the gallery -- when she was little i'd follow her around with my camera trying to capture all her adventures and sweet moments. things move so much faster these days and it was a gift to spend time with anneclaire and her bff in the alpine art & frame gallery celebrating art, dance & friendship. here are my favs from the photoshoot. flip through the online show catalog here.
staying in our own lane as artists & entrepreneurs, the largest & final piece in my solo show and a solo show update
feedspot.com is the place to find and keep track of your favorite podcasts! recently they listed my CANDYcolored studio podcast as #9 in their list of best women artist podcasts. to see the whole list click here. thanks so much to anuj agarwal and her the feedspot team!
here are a few of the podcasts i love that were also listed:
i'm looking forward to listening to new-to-me women artist podcasts listed.
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Other works in the exhibition, including “Angels’ Lullaby” and “I Want to Break Free,” deal with heavier topics such as healing and processing past events or letting go of old beliefs. Although these themes can be significantly heavy topics, Berg does not use them as an opportunity to dump dark colors and painful subjects onto her canvases. Just as in “I’ve Got Plenty to Be Thankful For,” Berg subverts these deeper messages with her light, feminine and deeply symbolic creations. If there is one thing the exhibition solidifies, it is that broad and heavy issues do not become diluted when expressed in feminine colors and themes.
it's always a treat to be with brooke and her amazing studio 5 team! here's a link to the segment on ksl's website
artist friends i shared about:
nancy andruk olson
ig for paint: @brighterdaypigments
go see my solo show "signs & symbols of spring" at alpine art & frame until friday june 30th!
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