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life is sweeter in candy color! join oil painter, katrina berg, in her midway, utah studio, where she'll serve up a palette of support, hope and love, with a side of realness! a mother of 5 (including 6-year-old twins), katrina knows that life is rarely easy and jolly...but savoring the sweet moments gives us the strength we need to find peace, growth, and fulfillment along our journey. podcasting to support mother artists and women entrepreneurs! {www.katrinaberg.com}
 
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this is the fourth episode in a series about giving and respecting choice. enjoy hearing the very personal health journey of tricia and her family. she explains the hard work and research she dove into after listening to her heart give her very clear but also seemingly strange instructions. these are truly strange and trying times. i wish i had ans…
 
Chris Kolupski began painting outdoors as a teenager in the forests of Upstate New York and Canada. He credits his high school art teacher David DeClerk for making a significant impact on his early artistic evolution. DeClerk took his class on outdoor painting field trips and introduced his students to representational American painters and illustr…
 
a dozen updates in the studio, within our home, current & upcoming on the podcast, and things filling our hearts this season. enjoy! LINKS the chosen - dallas' interview with glenn beck episode #8 on homeschooling earlylightinstitute.org art auction @theearlylightinstitute friday april 9th till saturday, april 17 at 7:00 pm mdt la petite maison ant…
 
this is the 3rd episode in a series about giving and choice (aka agency). you know those amazing people in your lives that help you be a better overall person, parent and/or friend?! julia is one of the those incredible people in my life. i had the impression to ask her to be part of this series because i knew she lives the principles discussed. li…
 
Shanna Kunz is a contemporary landscape painter whose work is a conscious play of mood, light and color. As a naturalist raised and rooted in the diverse landscapes of western America, a painting takes on deeper meaning for her. Each location is an encounter of spirit with the land, the trees, and the waters that have always given her a sense of co…
 
the first words that come to mind when i’m describing chalene are: joy, optimism, & laughter. chalene is turning 40 next week and we have so many reasons to celebrate this amazing creative and friend. a boy mom full of spunk and fun...she her husband and their 4 boys are always working on an amazing project together. diy projects around the house, …
 
being a mother artist, like most passions and paths, is not for the faint of heart. it requires time, commitment, focus, humility, change, invention and reinvention, and help from others. our CANDYclub has been discussing workflow and systems in our studio and homes. we’re hoping to find new solutions to add and strategies that will help us refine …
 
in this second part of the series, we’ll consider ways to live the united order now and explore more ideas to do with learning for ourselves about these topics. we’ll discuss more about marion g. romney’s talk on the differences between socialism and the united order. also, experiences with riots & political unrest as well as propaganda, critical t…
 
this is the first part of a series on giving, taking, agency...also, the similarities and differences between socialism & the united order based on a talk by marion g. romney. questions to consider: do we know of any societies free of greed & selfishness? Also, those with prevailing peace, plenty/abundance & freedom to all of its citizens? are any …
 
Mitch Baird is a passionate representational painter. He believes that painting is a celebration of life and the beauty that surrounds us. He is devoted to the traditions of the late 19th century artists who looked to the figure and nature for inspiration regarding light, color, and design. Seeking out this inspiration, Mitch works directly from li…
 
with everything still seeming to be upside down, it can feel like starting or growing a business right now is the worst idea. there are definitely potential roadblocks, but i would say that no matter how uncertain or bleak things look, it’s never too late to prepare or think outside the box. in this episode you’ll find 10 ways for entrepreneurs to …
 
this past year we’ve faced so many things collectively. we’ve had to reevaluate our goals in life...we’ve even had to make changes. i’ve been humbled by those around me, listening to their hearts and responding to callings & passions. some of these are personal calls to attend to their health...to make themselves a priority for the first time in a …
 
G. Russell Case is a Western painter inspired by the beauty of creation. Based in Utah, he brings to life the epic landscapes that surround him with a confident voice honed with humility and reverence. His carefully contemplated design incorporates unique vantage points that convey a sense of the smallness of man amidst the vastness of the landscap…
 
over the past year, more than ever it has felt like the media & outside forces are trying to convince us that we're alone, everyone is out to get us, and that we're on polar sides from all we know and meet. i've been looking for angels and forces of good around us that perhaps we may not see...giving love, strength and comfort. but i'm also seeing …
 
sharing about a beautiful friend today...lesa made my move to utah so much sweeter nearly 16 years ago. playdates with our littles, adventures all over northern utah, girls nites, book/dinner club and so much more. lesa is a connector of friends, and values those friendships new and old. she’s so good at making time for those most important things …
 
today, i mourn with you dear friend...your personal losses in 2020 that seem to be rolling over into 2021...the losses of your family and loved ones. truly, we all grieve in different ways, and each personal loss can even require a different path to healing. may you find comfort, and the strength to follow your heart...whether it’s to stay quiet, t…
 
a huge highlight of 2020 for me, was getting to know and work with the dynamic duo of amanda & scott herring of la petite maison antiques in draper, utah. soo much laughter, joy, and all things french {bien sûr}. there are so many moments where a message from amanda simply made my day. amanda and i sat down and chatted about her incredible journey …
 
Kyle Buckland's bold paintings are deeply rooted in the philosophy and approach of the impressionists. As a teenager, his interest in art began to edge out the interests of most youth - skateboarding, team sports, or playing in a band. He became an art nerd in high school, using every available moment to devour the small selection of art books foun…
 
wow. isn’t it amazing how most of us will look back at 2020 and remember it more vividly than many other years?! it’s been quite the ride as a business owner as well as personally. i’m surprised at some things of course but not so surprised at others. how about you?! here are 4 things i’ve considered within my art biz as well as 4 in my personal li…
 
Steven Walker captures the essence of the impressions of a long meditative walk along the back alley street of a small town or a quiet, rural road. His paintings often capture the warm light of the golden hour just after sunrise or just before sunset. Long shadows and warm glowing light arrest the eye in a narrative to be completed by the viewer. A…
 
just as the little drummer boy felt inadequate, having nothing the give the christ child but his gift of music...what are the gifts that we can give christ this christmas? for me, i'm realizing that all around me, there are distractions or items/ideas/allegiances i could give all my attention to instead of keeping my focus on my savior. here are a …
 
Gàbor Svagrik presents Ralph Oberg, Matt Smith, Skip Whitcomb, and Dan Young in Four Directions - Common Paths. The Artful Painter has reached a new milestone: this is episode number 50. The first episode was published a little over two years ago in September of 2018 featuring artist Ralph Oberg. The idea to do this show began to form after I atten…
 
2020 has been so hard in so many ways. having a dear friend enter hospice last week was truly devastating. as we mourn so many of the hard parts of 2020, here are some things bringing me comfort this christmas: watching our dancer & her friends in the nutcracker, enjoying episodes of "the chosen" as a family, hearing about the unique mission of a "…
 
just as i finished recording, the twins were coming in the door...big twin sat to take off his shoes and asked me, “mom, can i talk to you?” oh how i love those words. they are like tender treasures. absolutely, i want them to talk with me, share their joys and sorrows. i want to listen to their sweet little souls to know what they need, and how to…
 
Paul Foropoulos is a Greek artist born on the tiny, beautiful island of Samos, Greece. Today, he and his wife divide their time between their home in Clearwater, Florida, and Samos, Greece. Not only does he paint, but he is also a sculptor, he designs jewelry, and he teaches art classes in his own fine art studio classroom. Paul is an avid scuba di…
 
have you ever wondered what it would be like to work with your parents and love it? to have a mother-daughter relationship where you know what the other is thinking & even finish each other's sentence? meet lori & kenzie...they live in different states but only 20 minutes away and work together on all sorts of creative projects. these range from do…
 
there are so many things to be grateful for this holiday season. i'm especially grateful for people willing to take action and invite us all to join in: melissa robel of pads for refugees, the team at “the chosen”, and dear annie friends who organized a special november challenge for our brave friend. hear about these and 7 more things i’m grateful…
 
Stephen C. Datz paints the American Western landscape in his own clear voice. Strong, angular design, rich harmonious colors, and a striking interpretation of the landscape are hallmarks of Stephen’s style. It took hard work and determination on his part to get here. In this episode, Stephen talks about how his unique voice developed. He was frustr…
 
one of the things i struggle with most as an artist, is expressing verbally how i feel; why i create what i create. this is not the case for my dear friend annie blake. her words and art come together, support one another, lift & enlighten all who hear and see them...rare gifts indeed. for the past 7 years, annie has shared her gifts via her “novem…
 
Lorenzo Chavez paints the American Western landscape with passion. As he applies each stroke of color – whether he is using pastels or oil paint – he intimately captures the textures of the landscape. His emotional response to the colors, textures and light of the western landscape inspire him to paint. However, it is not so much the grandiose vist…
 
there’s something pretty special about having a sister...my younger and much taller sister maresa is just that for so many reasons. being apart from family during COVID has been the pits, but maresa quietly reminds me what is most important, and is willing to do HARD THINGS even when faced with the seemingly insurmountable. she has shown me time an…
 
it’s been 2 years that i’ve been podcasting and i’d like to invite you to celebrate with me! i’m doing a giveaway of sorts...i have some special treats to send the first 10 people who rate and review the “candy colored studio” in apple podcasts (link in the show notes). just send me a screenshot of your review to k@katrinaberg.com and i’ll show you…
 
meet my beautiful friend tara! (tara & i met in the dorms our freshman year at brigham young university -- you’ll hear all about a wild prank my roommates & i played on some of the freshman guys that tara and i knew...one that we have kept secret till i shared it with tara in our chat, lol!) known online as “tara teaspoon”, tara shares all about he…
 
Jeffrey T. Larson’s evocative paintings are stunning visual essays of beauty. His contemporary paintings are deeply rooted in academic realism. Because of the extremes in seasons in his home state of Minnesota, Jeffrey spends his time painting outdoors in its all-too-brief warm summers. His outdoor paintings glow and shimmer with the drama of light…
 
it seems trite to say that it’s a joy to have a daughter, but it really is. i’m so grateful to take this wild journey of life alongside anneclaire. full of grace and gumption, she’s taught me so much! i’m so happy to celebrate her 14th year and love on her today. if you’re interested in some of her weekly cookie treats, visit @sweettreatsbyanneclai…
 
at a time when we as a human family are facing covid challenges, it’s easy to see that others are also struggling. some are easily seen and it’s often easy to help. others yet, are less seen, less heard...we want to ease their suffering and yet, we’re not sure exactly how to make that happen. meet my artist friend melissa robel. melissa is not only…
 
melody newey johnson and i first met at art & soup a couple years ago. What fun when we realized she and her husband would be building a home in midway...just down the street from our home! we stayed in touch and i’ve loved getting to know she and her family through instagram. she came to visit my studio one day and we chatted about her poetry coll…
 
Dan McCaw believes that art is a “collaboration between the heart and mind.” The result of that often contentious, frustrating collaboration are paintings that expose the artist’s soul. Dan’s paintings are rich with thick texture, vibrant colors, and strong contrasts. As a contemporary impressionist painter, his works are highly sought out by colle…
 
on thursday october 1st our art biz membership, mastermind & community: the candy colored club will be presenting our very first show together! it is an online-only show of small works 10x10 or smaller that will be available on my website (www.katrinaberg.com). 25 artists, 3 to 8 pieces each...all priced at either $150 or $200. (hint hint: our emai…
 
the candy colored club (our art biz mastermind/membership/community) has been preparing for our first online small works show: “candy club collective” that will be available on my website (www.katrinaberg.com) on thursday october 1st! we’ll have early access links sent to all of those on our email lists...so make sure you’re on my email list as wel…
 
Alex Hillkurtz is a renowned storyboard artist for feature films, television, and commercials. His film credits include Argo, Almost Famous, It’s Complicated, and many others. In contrast to the fast-paced world of storyboarding, Alex enjoys the slower pace of sketching and painting in watercolors. He lives in Paris, France - a city that provides a…
 
what do YOU do when a new or old fear starts creeping in? do you meditate/pray/go for a run/share with a loved one or research your heart out? i’ve been voraciously reading, listening and researching every aspect of this pandemic, the sidebar events etc. i want to hear ALL the things and experiences from ALL the people. I feel like i can’t just tak…
 
if you don’t know her already, let me introduce you to my dear friend megan gray. if you feel like you’ve had to make tough decisions lately, or have been feeling the pull within your heart to make hard decisions...this episode is for you. if you’ve wanted to let go of things so you can be a better human, full of potential, a more aligned soul, and…
 
meet our 3rd midwife, richelle jolley, who cared for and delivered our middle son and our twins. what is it that makes richelle such a great midwife and why do i love her so? hear about her unique gifts, talents, beautiful nurturing soul, and how she continues to bless my life and the lives of our family members each day. LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EP…
 
Bill Anton was the first professional painter I ever met. It was a chance encounter. In the late 1990’s my family and I were vacationing in Jackson, Wyoming. One evening I decided to walk into one of the several art galleries that lined the square. It was intimidating, as I had never set foot in an art gallery before. As my eyes adjusted to the int…
 
Len Chmiel has no interest in merely copying what he sees. He says that he allows his "intuition to speak.” His intention is to expand the boundaries of realism rather than merely painting a facsimile. While many artists lament having artist’s block or a lack of inspirational ideas, Len is not one of them. He is keenly interested in all that is aro…
 
“EAT. MOVE. MATTER. became my daily mantra.” meet lovely nila conzen from hamburg, germany! we had the loveliest chat. her light and love shines through so effortlessly in everything she does. hear about challenges she faced: childhood bullying, and later -- a debilitating eating disorder...her personal journey seeking to heal and become her best s…
 
when i think of my dear friend gayle, i think of gifts or superpowers...the ability to feel so deeply, intuitively...to interpret nature and all it’s goodness...to listen, to breathe deeply...to share love and accept it freely. this is gayle jones. the photographer, painter, installation creator, entrepreneur, boss, site scout, mother, and amazing …
 
i’m thinking about you, new homeschool parents, parents trying to survive this new world! alternatives aren’t just for the excelled or even those behind...alternatives are for anyone who finds that the traditional path isn’t working for them. hear more than 12 alternatives that have been the best paths for me, my family & friends. not all alternati…
 
TJ Cunningham grew up in Vermont in an area that was also a favorite place for Aldro Hibbard and Emile Gruppé to paint. If you have ever visited that part of Vermont as my wife and I did a few years ago, you probably call to mind the beautiful hills, mountains, woods, and streams. And nestled snuggly in that beautiful setting are the small farms gr…
 
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