“One of the best ART broadcasts I've ever listened to.” These long form podcasts are like listening in on a really interesting conversation you might overhear in a pub or a coffee shop. Artist and writer, John Dalton is joined by outstanding artists as they discuss the nitty gritty of art making and living the creative life. Guests include, Vincent Desiderio, Teresa Oaxaca, Bo Bartlett, Nicolás Uribe, Colleen Barry, Will St. John, Cesar Santos, Daniel Sprick, Ali Cavanaugh, Alyssa Monks, Lee Price, Brad Kunkle, Steven Assael, Ashley Longshore, Adrien Stein, Stephen Bauman, Adam Miller and Felicia Forte among others . . . For show notes and images go to http://www.johndalton.me
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Gently Does It is the greatest source for interviews of contemporary painters. John’s conversational approach and listener-generated questions make for spectacularly down to earth conversations on the technique, concept, and business of painting in the 21st century. Whether by design or intention, Gently Does It will serve as a historical record of this moment in art history.
So many art podcasts I try to listen to because an artist I follow and aspire to live up to just don’t hit the mark. They talk in circles about nothing; I don’t even know where the conversation begins and one what premise or if questions have even been asked. Plus, the artists in all their conceptual being and practice start talking in hard to follow nuance. It’s just not intriguing as a young artist. more
Good podcast, but mostly limited to figure painters.
A great podcast which hosts wonderful artists sharing insight into their work and process; however, I’d like to see (and hear) from artists other than figure painters.
I just found this artist a couple of weeks ago … her paintings are wonderful.. I saw her post on Instagram about this great interview , I just had to look it up….I loved every minute and all the better fit being uncut! I felt like I really got to know the artist more
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John Dalton launched 9 years ago and published 238 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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