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This Podcast is dedicated to up and coming creative professionals – sharing stories from practicing professional artists and creative geniuses from around the world.

Episode 1:

Becoming a creative professional poses many challenges; you’ll no doubt gain some insights and encouragement from this interview with the great Cesar Santos. With insane painting skills, Cesar creates bold work, sought after by collectors worldwide. We talk about his humble beginnings in Cuba to his daily rituals for success.

Episode 2:

Virgil Elliott is a modern authority on Traditional Oil Painting. His book “Traditional Oil Painting” is a wealth of information that will help any aspiring painter gain a better understanding of the medium.
Join Andrew Tischler and Virgil Elliott in this episode of The Creative Endeavour as they unpack several topics from views on Modern Art, to troubles with White paint and techniques of the Old Masters.

Episode 3:

Challenges are a part of everyday life and creative professionals have their fair share! One huge problem area for many artists has to do with self worth; that has effects that flow onto our relationship with money. This is an area I really wanted to drill down into with Dr. Demartini and he didn’t disappoint!

Episode 4:

Anya Brock is a dynamic artist based in Perth, Western Australia. I wanted to find out more about her career and the direction she took her passion for painting. We had an interesting conversation about  the way she balanced personal and professional life and challenged the paradigms many artists find themselves in. To see Anya’s work please visit www.anyabrock.com and find her on Instagram: @anyapaintface

 

Episode 5:

Brendon Darby is a prominent Western Australian Artist based in Perth who creates stunning landscapes and portraits. Many of his works bridge the gap between realism and abstract.

It’s important to have “art heroes” and I personally consider Brendon to be one. I initially reached out to Brendon many years ago before I became a professional artist, seeking advice on how to start my career.

I never forgot his encouraging words. I knew he would have a lot to share in the time we had for this interview. To see more of Brendons work please visit www.brendondarby.com and find him on instagram: @brendondarbyart 

 
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