EP 89 :: Drawing Human Figures with Lia Schäfer

This week our conversation with artist Lia Schäfer revolves around people’s faces. Lia started at age 14 by asking her classmates to pose and since progressed to having...

EP 88 :: Chloe Tomomi’s Healing through Art

As a writer, teacher, and watercolour artist, Chloe Tomomi knows anxiety and trauma are healed with art. She shares her heart and talent with those who would also...

EP 87 :: Renee Walden and Taking The Slower Route to Pursue your Passion

20 years, 2 decades may sound like a really long time to pursue a passion but for our guest artist, Renee Walden; it was filled with many creative...

EP 86 :: Inna Nagaysteva on Breaking Stereotypes in Art

Our guest artist Inna Nagaysteva gave up her car repair tools for watercolor brushes. Yes! She used to be an auto-mechanic. Her entire persona screams  “artist”, from her...

EP 85 :: Lane Teo, For the Love of Colour and the ADHD Brain

Lane Teo, daughter of artists, found art class painful and swore she had no talent. Eventually, however, she found her way to watercolours and discovered the profound allure...

EP 84 :: Nina (@ninaquarelle) & Making, Giving Gifts Through Art

This week’s guest is our artist friend Nina Reginster. As a totally impatient person, she figured out the joy of happy accidents. She had an idea to bring...

EP 83 :: Max McGee & The Value of Consistency in Art

At the onset of pandemic, people gravitated towards different things to cope. Some played and acted upon the idea of learning something new. Our guest artist, Max Mcgee...

EP 82 :: Jola Sopek & Growing Your Life in Parallel with Art

Switching passions can be scary because it not only means a change in what you do but can be a change in your sense of identity. Our artist...

EP 81 :: Cathrin Gressieker & the Symphony of Yoga and Art

This week we’re talking with our friend, Cathrin Gressieker. Her day job is as a pattern designer; yes, it’s a real thing. She’s also a yoga teacher, which...

EP 80 :: Vanessa Leung & Rediscovering Culture through Urban Sketching

“Stop and smell the roses” is a common sentiment that holds true for our guest artist, Vanessa. Instead of roses, she rediscovered her home country because she took...