We don’t always know where exactly our creative path will take us. Thankfully there are clues, breadcrumbs that we can glean from others who share this journey. Each week Nicholas Wilton, artist and founder of Art2Life, will be sharing stories, insights, and inspiring talks with creatives from all walks of life from painters, writers, filmmakers, thought leaders, and all those just super passionate about sharing their wisdom of self-discovery. So whether you are new to art, an established artist, or just creatively curious, this podcast is a weekly invitation to discern, discover, and then dive deeper into what brings you alive.
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https://Art2Life.com - A good question can often provide more clarity than 1,000 answers, especially on the journey of a creative. But of all the questions, one stands out from all the rest. It is the question I follow in my art practice and the foun... more
https://Art2Life.com - If you are like me and on any kind of creative journey, I think you understand that this path holds a lot of uncertainty. However, there is an amalgamation of habits, actions, and attitudes that, if utilized, can more quickly p... more
https://Art2Life.com - One of the most common questions I get about the art-making journey is centered around style. How do you find your unique style? The challenge with art-making is that it’s so personal, yet we can only look at other people to tr... more
Nicholas reminds me of the true purpose of creating art. With each guest, I am invigorated to strip away from societal pressures and trust the process even more. It’s my go-to art podcast when I am away from the studio and aching to paint. I can’t recommend it enough. ❤️❤️
It’s so helpful to hear artists talking about their approach to life and art. Many thanks
I love the easy conversation between Nicholas Wilton and his guests, that gets to the core of what it means to be an artist and how to live your best creative life. So inspiring and insightful!
Today I listened to your interview with the videographer in Ukraine,and it so moved me. Thank you for your sensitivity and gentle questions that created informative perspectives from such a devestating situation. We all stand in solidarity with Ukrainians at this time.
Nicholas invites podcast guests who are interesting to him, which makes them interesting for the listener. His curiosity and wonder for their work draws out their enthusiasm and delight for their creative lives, and it always feels like a natural conversation no matter who he’s speaking to. Not all visitors are *artists,* but each person has their own knack for being themselves. I enjoy how Nicholas weaves these podcast stories together through that common thread of joy in life through creative ... more
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Art2Life launched a year ago and published 36 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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