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Brian Cypher produces work that is honest, direct, unadulterated, and at the same time vulnerable and approachable. It's no surprise our conversation shared many of the same traits. I've long admired his artwork and visiting him in his studio was a real pleasure. It was a little early in the day for my customary bottle of wine so there was nothing to combat the triple latte I had on the way to his house, consequently, I think I talked a whole bunch more than usual, which I realize is saying a lot. Once again, this is part one of a two-part episode. 

Direct download: Cypher_PartOne_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:51am EST

For the second part of my conversation with Sharon Arnold we discuss her launching of the Length x Width x Hight art subscription service that led to her Georgetown gallery of the same name. Her current partnership in Roq La Rue Gallery is also discussed along with many other things, including her plans for world domination. Enjoy.

Direct download: sharonPartTwo_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:18am EST

Sharon Arnold has been director of youth programs at Gage Arts Academy, Owner of Length x Width x Hight Gallery, freelance curator, arts writer and artist. And a whole bunch of other stuff. Currently, she is co-owner and director of Roq La Rue, one of the nation's premier Pop Surrealist Galleries. In part one of a two-part episode we discuss her upbringing here in Seattle, her years working and studying in NYC, her return home and first moves as artist and curator. Oh, and she has a great dog (sorry, Sharon's cats).

Direct download: sharonPartOne_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:22am EST

Whatever Kimberly Trowbridge does, be it painting or teaching, playing music or conversing about art, she does with incredible energy and focus. I sat down with her at Top Hat studio, to discuss her journeys, both physical and spiritual, and the impact they've had on her life and artwork. Once again, music from Adam Levy buttons up the end of the show in advance of his March 27th show at my house in Seattle.

Direct download: kimber_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:00pm EST

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