Art Chat

We’re Taking a Break!

lfisler : October 4, 2016 10:53 am : AMO Art Chat

We are taking a little break from Art Chat this month, but will be back in November! Steven DaLuz will be joining us. I’m really excited to be talking to Steven. The topic will be about his process and about tapping into our imagination to help us create. More on that in the next newsletter.

In this newsletter, we need a little help from our friends. It’s survey time. I really enjoy conducting the interviews for Art Chat. My goal was and still is, “To provide today’s artist and future artists with information from our current Master artists.” I have always wanted Art Chat to be a historical record of our art journey for future artists to look back on and listen to with enjoyment and maybe a touch of awe. I think about what we would have learned if this technology was available when Claude Monet was painting–or Da Vinci or (fill in your favorite artist here).

However, after a while you wonder if it is making a difference and if people are appreciating the work that goes into getting these done. And you wonder who else we should capture for historical sake. This is where you come in!!

I’ve created a two question survey for Art Chats. If you could take the time to provide me with a little direction–who you would like to hear on Art Chat and the topics you want to hear about, I would be very grateful.

Click here to take the ART CHAT SURVEY

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8 Comments to Art Chat

  1. Marsha says:

    I want to thank you for your interviews, I found your podcasts last summer, and have followed you ever since.

    There is a quietness and respectfulness in your interview style which makes it very easy to concentrate and absorb the information in the interview.

    I am hoping you will have followup interviews with many of the people, I just listened to Quang Ho, he and David Leffel, Sherrie McGraw, Jeff Watts, CW Mundy, Kevin McPhearson…very good. The way David, Sherrie, Jeff and Quang were able to impart information in such a short time, was amazing.

    Keep up the good work.
    Thank you again.
    Marsha Lehmann

    • lfisler says:

      Dear Marsha,
      Thank you so much for you wonderful comments and for following the show. I appreciate your compliments very much. I’m also very honored that these wonderful master artists have been so giving and willing to do the show. Their generosity and artists like you who listen keep us doing what we’re doing. In this internet age it is hard to know how folks are feeling about what you are doing–except for the numbers of listeners that keep returning to listen, so I’m very happy to hear that you are finding them so useful. We’ve got some great shows scheduled in the coming months and we do plan to follow up with a number of artists to have them on the show again.

      It truly is my pleasure and honor to do the show.
      Thank you again.

  2. I recently found your wonderful art Chat’s channel. You had mentioned an interview with Sherry Mcgraw and David Leffel regarding edges and although I have looked, I have been unable to find this particular interview. I was wondering if it took place and if not, do you plan on maybe conducting this interview in the future? Thank you!

  3. Thank you so much Linda! I really enjoy listening to your show, they are so informative!

    • lfisler says:

      Thank you Tammy! I’m so happy that you find the shows informative. They are so much fun to do and I’m very honored that the artists on the show are so generous.
      Thanks again!

  4. deb keirce says:

    On behalf of WAM – Women.Artists.Mentors.,

    Thank you so much for inviting us as guests on your podcast today Linda. What a treat it was to talk with you and to work with Cherie and Jen to bring the discussion to your listeners. We are honored and thrilled that already, several people have reached out to tell us they are planning to create mentoring groups of their own. Mission accomplished!

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