the CANDYcolored studio podcast

join me, oil painter katrina berg, as i podcast from my midway, utah CANDYcolored studio, where i'll serve up a palette of support, hope and love, with a side of realness! as a mother of 5 (including twins), 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.

podcasting to support women, mother artists, and women entrepreneurs

131. gratitude 2020
130. SWEETlady: annie blake
129. SWEETlady: maresa madsen
128. podcast 2nd anniversary & 5 political thoughts

127. tara “teaspoon” bench: forging an unseen path, pivoting, & all about her cookbook, “live life deliciously”
126. sweet lady: anneclaire berg

125. melissa robel of pads4refugees and melissa’s art studio

124. melody newey johnson: nurse, poet & her manuscript: “an imperfect roundness”

123. ladies of the candy colored club present the “candy club collective” small works show

122. watercolor artist erin acker and a peek at the upcoming candy club collective show (oct 1st!)
121. fear. brave souls. reading more & open minds

120. megan gray
119. SWEETlady: richelle jolley

118. nila conzens - eat. move. matter.
117. SWEETlady: gayle jones kotula
116. essential alternative paths in life
115. SWEETlady: crystal miller

114. my painting process
113. SWEETlady: desiree madsen
112. working through triggers during covid
111. 5 ways to get started in art (plus a bonus lol)
110. the importance of "yes" and "no"
109. SWEETlady: alison, gretchen & margaret amy
108. 6 website tips for artists
107. SWEETlady: ashley penrod

106. artist interview: jordan daines of midway utah
105. SWEETlady: traci berg
104. 10 things that are easing my panic attacks, anxiety, & depression
103. SWEETlady: amy ashworth of perfectly paisley design

102. art interview: polly jones
101. SWEETlady: brenda child
100. 5 things I’m learning & relearning during quarantine
99. SWEETlady: julee berg
98. art biz: linktree vs amped up website
97. SWEETlady: katherine bradway berg

96. AAUW utah women artists exhibition: celebrating women vibrant and equal 2020
95. SWEETlady: laura miller johnson
94. allowing for potential
93. SWEETlady: janelle baugh willis
92. myle walsh of water from the moon & orange umbrella travel
91. SWEETlady: tracy bjork
90. 5 website tips for artists
89. SWEETlady: marcie fleck

88. kathryn sonntag: writer & landscape designer (part 2 of 2)
87. kathryn sonntag: writer & landscape designe (part 1 of 2)
86. SWEETlady: kareena gries gray
85. reevaluating spaces during COVID-19
84. SWEETlady: elizabeth jones dodge

83. mcarthur & bethany: bonus material
82. mcarthur & bethany: a girl's guide to heavenly mother
81. SWEETlady: amy poole devaney

80. beth allen: simplification, commitment and the gift of failure
79. SWEETlady: martha fellows
78. 10 ways to increase your art sales
77. SWEETlady: tonya vistaunet of a happy vista

76. svitlana martynjuk of all she makes
75. SWEETlady: naomi watkins of better days 2020
74. the story behind the painting "feeling good" headed to cns cares' "art & soup": a virtual art show & fundraiser
73. SWEETlady: andrea allen of forward influence 
72. how to take photos of artwork
71. 10 ways to thrive instead of simply surviving the wake of the coronavirus

70. SWEETladies: meredith jones hendricks & nancy jones of paper & felt
69. bari j ackerman: art & design that bloom wild
68. the CANDYclub: all about my art biz membership/mastermind
67. SWEETlady: zd chudyba of in harmony healing health clinic
66. start now, proof of concept?
65. SWEETlady: danielle barker of modern vintage boutique & ryleigh rue clothing
64. author melinda brown: EVE and ADAM discovering the beautiful balance
63. hear what the lady artists are saying about the CANDYclub
62. SWEETlady: ann hartshorn of new vision art
61. 5 reasons you need to discover & develop your style

 

I have listened to your podcast many times while painting and found it quite inspiring as well. You are very genuine and gracious and it comes through in your episodes. - MELISSA PECK ART

- listen to my interview on the left brain artist podcast

60. why you need an email list
59. SWEETlady: laura child of granarlo granola
58. no more apologies
57. building our quirky green modern concrete home

56. the campbell collective - amanda louise & marquin: business, friendship, and the intersection of their art and interior design journeys
55. a decade in the CANDYcolored studio - 10 lessons learned
54. our family's last decade: 10 topics and the lessons we've learned
53. chelle gunderson: celebrating the gifts & talents of each family member, working with galleries & paint every day
52. 2019: my art year in review
51. christmas memories and traditions from the candy colored studio

Creative inspiration, practical tips & so enjoyable!  This is so enjoyable listening to while I'm in the studio painting, I feel like Katrina and I are just hanging out as I create! She's one of the most genuine people and it really comes through in her podcast. It's obvious that she has a true passion and a gift for supporting other women, especially in their creative pursuits. Not only do I feel more inspired to chase down my artistic goals, but I also appreciate the practical tips for maintaining and growing a creative business! - HOLLY BEALS

50. stephanie hock: making the most of your unique creative journey, where to start organizing
49. what to do when your artwork is copied, how to cope, protect yourself, & move on
48. shiny paintings and all things painting process & materials!
47. a rare bone disease and learning to look at the heart
46. 5 ways to simplify your art business 
45. lisa draper: an artist journey made easier with systems: how to clear your mind, giving you the space needed to create
44. podcast anniversary! - things i've learned, favorite episodes, & what to expect in season 2
43. nancy andruk olson: how to be a nurse, mother, artist, & the importance of supporting women artists
42. 7 ways for artists to grow an email list
41. laura erekson atkinson - making art is a family affair, collaborating with artists & curating the certain women art show 

Love this podcast! This podcast is a great companion for an artist at any stage of their career or business. Katrina has years of experience and knows so much about the business of art, instagram, email marketing and connecting with buyers and just the ins and outs of being an artist and mother. She is such a valuable resource and shares all she knows through the podcast as well as the CANDYclub, a group of artists she has organized together to participate in curated content to help grow our businesses. She is fantastic and this podcast is such a wonderful resource for all those who are looking for information or encouragement in their artistic practice! Thanks Katrina! - MOLLY NEVES

40. mary brickey: committing to failure, reaching balance by being out of balance, & the certain women art show
39. nicole woodbury: connecting math, science, music & nature with art, and curating the certain women art show
38. scotland painting trip and Fall 2019 studio update
37. crystal despain: learning in all the places and being supported by all the loved ones
36. where to apply to art shows: 5 ways to apply
35. carl berg: when to hire an employee & how to solve pain points in your biz by learning from other professions
34. 9/11 reflections from a small wasatch mountain village in the rockies: how to become our best selves
33. being an artist mama of twins - 10 things that surprised us
32. annie preece: a full life of tiny creative joyful moments
31. a support system for artists: who & why you need it most

I haven’t had the chance to meet Katrina in person, but listening to her podcast makes me feel like we’re best friends! I listen while I’m in the car or while doing housework - she makes cleaning the kitchen almost enjoyable! Seriously though, she’s like every creative mama’s personal cheerleader! I feel so encouraged and inspired every time I listen.ALISHA B WHITMAN ART

30. 5 tips for artists & creatives at shows and markets
29. cindy eggertz: finding joy and peace in a fairy business while navigating depression
28. pulling back the curtain - the dancer's experience backstage at studio 5
27. tips for artists: how to wire original paintings, where to put the wire & hardware
26. jessica michaelson: mindfully pursuing our passions for the long haul, helping others in their unique journey
25. seeking & developing a relationship with our heavenly mother
24. feeling successful in your creative business at 85% (less stress and more joy)
23. laura + kristin of "the progress project": their podcast & course, how to change one thing in your life
22. our secondary infertility journey, also: 15 years learning, serving & sacrificing together
21. andrea holmes - accessing the world of art markets, studio spaces, while being a mother artist

I love listening to this podcast while creating art. It gives me motivation, and inspiration to continue to create. She has great insight through her work as an artist and offers business tips and advice. You can tell how much she loves to help others while listening to her stories and while she interviews other artists. Thanks Katrina for the great podcast! - SYDNEY LUND ART


20. art making questions part ii - money & business
19. why i create: stories of abuse & the desire to create safe places for others; sweetness amidst the dark & hard
18. nanette amis - 25 years cultivating relationships as the owner of the utah art market
17. france trip: answered questions, what we gave up to spend a month in france
16. art making questions answered part i
15. weeks 2 & 3 in the southwest of france
14. lyndy landon & mompreneur overwhelm
13. our family's first week in france
12. anna foster: thriving in an environment that’s sticky or tricky
11. so you want to make art!

This podcast is a huge blessing in my life! I feel like Katrina encourages me, and also supports me in following my dreams as an artist, both from the inspiration side, as well as the practical business side. I love hearing how she makes time to create amongst raising kids, and helps her family pursue their passions. Katrina is so sweet and compassionate. She makes everyone feel valued as a person and artist.JOANN MARIE ART

10. kara aina: give yourself permission!
09. creating space for your passions
08. our family’s homeschool experience
07. julie olson: author & illustrator, all things agents, book conferences, perseverance & instagram tips
06. kiddos in the studio (my studio assistants)
05. opportunities & constraints - learning from my daughter

04. what I give up to paint!
03. painting in france
02. studio update october 25th 2018
01. welcome to the candy colored studio!

Katrina has wonderful insight into the life of an artist and especially for an artist who is also trying to juggle motherhood. Most artists find it hard to work from home, market their work, network and continue growing and learning and making a living with their art. It’s extra difficult trying to find the time and energy to take care of both family and art is challenging. Katrina shows us just how it can be done and that it is possible! - JESSICA MICHAELSON ART

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