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Talking Podcasting with Andrew Allemann

Yesterday, I spent a delightful hour talking with Andrew Allemann, founder of PodcastGuests.com. I’d like to share some of the highlights of our discussion. Andrew identified a much-needed service. I can’t tell you how much time I’ve spent searching for podcasts that were still on the air–we’ll just leave it at frustrating countless hours! When I would find a podcast more »


All Things Creative–Through the Looking Glass

It is always fun when you connect with friends in the industry. When I say industry, I’m thinking of both my art and writing careers. In the end, we are all entrepreneurs in this field. Today, my guest was Jamie Markle, a former publisher at F+W Media. Jamie left his job a year ago to become a full-time artist, writer, more »


Friday Odds and Ends

Just a quick little blogcast in which I talk about the MAC’s Area Art show and my entries into the show–which ones make it and one that didn’t. I also talk about the books and the progress on book four. Check it out and have a great day!  


French Kissed Sunset

From time to time I like to share my process and latest paintings here.  This one was especially fun.  “French Kissed Sunset” started out as a photograph taken by a friend and collector at his place in France. It was a gorgeous sunset and I asked Peter if I could use his photograph for a painting.  He agreed and then more »


My Open Letter to Senator Brown

Dear Senator Brown, First allow me to say thank you for your service and your pledge to thoroughly vet President-Elect’s nominations to his cabinet.  Each requires a thorough vetting.  Each should be reminded that running government is not like running a business.  A Trump administration will certainly show us why corporations and business should not be so interwined with government. more »


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"I find your art very appealing, particularly your ease with light, brushwork, composition and color. You do breathe things into life, and I really do like the way you use a palette knife." ~Daniel Brown Don't forget, you can drop Linda a note anytime at cincyredhead[at]gmail[dot]com anytime!