Pauline Jans Art

UK Artist Louise Fletcher reached out to me after meeting on an Online Group we both belong to. She asked if I would like to be her first interviewed for her new interview video series "How to be an Artist." Louise is fascinated with the journey of being an artist and has designed a new website to host this new venture she's embarked on to interview artists around the world to find out what makes them tick!

Click on the video to watch a snippet of the interview.

You can see the whole interview here:

On my recent trip to New York City, my husband & I had the pleasure & honor of visiting with New York artist Rob Szot. We had a lovely chat covering all sorts of topics. He kindly allowed me to voice record our conversation. Listen in to some of our chat where Rob shares some nuggets with me. It was a hot NYC September day so you'll need to listen over the massive fans cooling his studio. This was an amazing opportunity visiting with an artist further along the art journey than me. I've snipped up the recording - audio collage bits if you will - and have posted a few below. I'll post more gems of our convo in the future and let you know thru social media when they're up. Enjoy!

You can see Rob's work here:

Pauline's Interview with New York Artist Rob Szot

Living & Painting in New York City

How & Where Rob Works, Singularities, Monotype, Philip Guston

What's the biggest challenge being an artist?

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Burning Ember & Big Moments

Ever created a painitng you wanted to keep? Not Sell

Beauty, Social Media

Getting Out there & Into Galleries

Investing Time Into Work

When is a Painting Done

On my spontaneous trip this summer to Victoria, British Columbia I had the wonderful experience of meeting and spending time with Cheryl Taves at her studio. Cheryl is an amzing artist and mindset coach who I met online in 2018 when researching The Creative Visonary Path (CVP) offered by Nick Wilton of Art2Life. Cheryl coached artists for three years in the CVP program and is owner and founder of Insight Creative. She's been my coach since I met her last year and has been instrumental in the development of my creative art journey!

Cheryl’s work is absolutely stunning. I found myself wanting to “keep” so much of it but held myself back with taking just two photos and an “I was here!” shot with her at the end. Chatting with Cheryl and soaking up her art while I gazed at it all was tremendously uplifting, fulfilling and inspiring. There was so much there for me on so many levels. We chatted all things art and she offered insight into some of the pieces she's been working on as well. Spending time with her was chockablock full of wisdom nuggets and to be honest, it was like hanging out with a friend I've known for years. Our visit, truly was, the highlight of an already fabulous trip.

You can find out more about Cheryl's work here:

Pauline's Visit with Canadian Artist Cheryl Taves

Pauline's Interview with UK Artist Louise Fletcher