the first words that come to mind when i’m describing chalene are: joy, optimism, & laughter. chalene is turning 40 next week and we have so many reasons to celebrate this amazing creative and friend. a boy mom full of spunk and fun...she her husband and their 4 boys are always working on an amazing project together. diy projects around the house, entrepreneur ventures, and helping their family & friends. happiest birthday my dear sweet friend. thanks for being you!
***chalene’s hair salon is in salem utah, email me if you’d like her contact info ;) (email@example.com)
candy colored studio episode #71 - 10 ways to thrive instead of simply surviving the wake of the coronavirus
with all the corona-craziness...events everywhere are being cancelled, kids are coming home from school, fear is in the air, and it seems like things will never be normal again...
despite it all here are 10 ways we can thrive instead of merely surviving...you've got this!!!
do you ever look back at your year and take a minute to write down the highs, the lows, the biggest lesson learned and hopes for the future?! here is my version of that in my art journey for 2019. you'll hear about my top 3 things that were the most exciting or had the biggest impact on my success this year. i also share a humbling story of my greatest failure...that in turn, has become the biggest lesson learned in my art biz this year. i'll share shows i participated in, new things tried, outreach opportunities (and how it's actually terrifying for me at times lol), marketing breakthroughs and stats...yes...everything numbers. you'll also get a peek into things i'm looking forward to in 2020 and things i'm working on changing in my art biz.
candy colored studio podcast episode #48: shiny paintings and all things painting process & materials!
candy colored episode #44: podcast anniversary! - things i've learned, favorite episodes, & what to expect in season 2
candy colored studio podcast episode 43 - nancy andruk olson: how to be a nurse, mother, artist, & the importance of supporting women artists
meet my longtime friend and college roommate, nancy andruk olson. her art career started as a child...and after graduating in painting from Brigham Young University and receving a post-baccalaureate certificate from the school of the museum of fine arts, boston she decided to return again to school to study nursing. 10 years of working in home hospice and raising four children, she dove back into her painting life.
in this episode you'll hear about her three passions as well as her latest research project and cause to support women artists through representation in galleries and museums.
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