…we talk about art and feminism…what it means to be a feminist, and how this plays a role in what Kitty creates. We also talk about the struggle of the multi-hyphenate artist.
Sarah shares how she got her first book published. It’s a process she highly recommends! She also gives us her secret weapon to combat that creative lull. This one may surprise you! And she talks about finding her own illustrative style for drawing people.
Today’s show wraps up my series on collaboration. It’s a tribute to art and to friendship. It’s about what happens when you’re on a roll, when you’re making strides, realizing your dream…and the unthinkable happens. What do you do? How do you go on? Do you go on?
The ladies talk about casting, from the perspective of both the actor and the director. They talk about what it takes to make a successful working relationship on set, and they share how they keep it fresh after years of working together.
A little background…Cynthia and I have worked together on projects before, but the particular project that we’re focusing on today was new territory for us because…
How do two artists of different genres come together to create something that stays true to both of their visions? Today, Shelley and Robin talk about the ins and outs of the relationship between author and illustrator.
How do you get it all to flow when there are two creatives? What do they recommend looking for in a writing partner? How do they handle being business partners as well as writing partners?
...she’s in a different headspace, part of it is that she’s in more control of how she’s recording, and today she’s sharing that process with us.
Drea talks about reclaiming ownership of her body, and who she is, through movement. And, she tells us...
This episode of Her Process is for all of you artists out there for whom your art is not your day job. Maybe you’re waiting tables, personal training, substitute teaching…let’s just say your “fallback” job has become your main source of income...