creating an artist studio you never want to leave
CANDYcolored studio episode 224:
my solo opening will be may 19th at alpine art in salt lake city – 8 new very large florals with birds and lots of symbolism. you’re invited! for more info and a sneak peek go to my website (katrinaberg.com) and click on my “‘23 solo show” page. what are some key components that make a studio most efficient, cozy and productive? i’ll share 7 aspects to consider that have continually made my studio spaces my happy place.
8 must–read art publications, my 5’ tall easter egg painting, what to do with older artwork, & 15 ways to survive a winter apocalypse
for art collectors looking for new artists to follow and learn about or for artists looking for new inspiration – here’s a list of 8 magazines you might want to purchase a copy or subscription. from “fine art connoisseur” to “art and cake”, i’m sure you’ll find something new that you’ll enjoy. slcc (salt lake community college) is open for exhibition proposals till april 7th, and create! magazine is accepting art for their summer issue. a pod-sister panel episode about what to do with older work has launched on jessica libor’s “inspired painter podcast” – listen to episode #115. it’s packed with wonderful ideas and mindset thoughts for artists. hear about the symbolism in my latest large oval floral with birds that symbolize easter. a red pill about our media, who owns it, where the info comes from and more. and finally, 15 ways that have helped me enjoy winter – even an apocalyptic one as the one we’re currently enjoying!
jamie harmon’s guided journal for girls: my divine identity
CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 214:
we’ve been counseled repeatedly that it is crucial that we gain our own testimony of jesus christ in order to withstand the difficulties of our day. one small but mighty part of that -- is to better understand who we are – that we are divine children of heavenly parents – with great potential and an eternal destiny. discovering our spiritual gifts and talents will help us not only remember who we are, what we can become, but it will help us be there for others as they too seek to better understand their divine identity. “my divine identity” is a guided journal for girls, and a wonderful tool with 7 principles for women of all ages and places in life - it will help you better support the girls and young women around you. hear all about jamie’s journey & the process of creating this book. she openly shares her heart, offers suggestions for writers, and has some amazing opportunities coming soon for women. enjoy!!
CANDYcolored studio podcast episode #202: artist tip for rest & momentum, new floral minis, spiritual experiences & faith crisis or faith opportunity?
what do you do to ensure the rest you need while still maintaining your momentum in your work? hear about a recent create! podcast episode with ekaterina popova giving suggestions for artists preparing for time away from their studio. i’ll also share my recent experiences on the topic. if you’ve not seen them yet, check out my latest mini florals available in my mini circle collection. and our main topic of the day is a spiritual red pill asking if, lol, when asking faith questions are we acknowledging a faith crisis or are we inviting a faith opportunity? we’ll also talk about seeking daily spiritual experiences, how to welcome more and ensure that we’re ready for them.