Artist Amy Dury talks about her journey to becoming an artist and shares her work.
Artist Amy Dury talks about her journey to becoming an artist and shares her work.
Artist Catherine Bobkoski shares how she has been inspired by past artists to experiment in her own work.
Artist Leigh Culver talks about exploring the oneness of place in her paintings and shares how her personal work has been influenced by that of past artists.
Artist Diana Belenky talks about how her art combines classical painting with luminous color, visual mood and a dynamic modern edge..
Margaret Davidson shares her love of drawing and talks about its recognition as its own art form.
Guest artist Mario Andres Robinson joins Winslow Art Center owner/director Martha Jordan to talk about his art and creative process.
Artist Soo Hong talks about how she is influenced by East Asian cultures and ideas in creating her work.
Artist Maggie Thomas shares her love of creating Psanky – traditional Ukrainian decorated eggs.
Artist Joe Gyurcsak talks about capturing the fleeting moments of life and the sublime manifestations of light and color in his work.
Artist Glenn Renell shares his landscape paintings and talks about his process.
Artist Stacy Kamin talks about growing up surrounded by art and her creative process.
Artist Mike Hernandez talks about his creative process and his experience working as an art director at Dreamworks animation.
Artist Susan Fay Schauer John shares her art and talks about the process behind her fabric and thread paintings.
Artist Aimee Erickson talks about her upcoming book Plein Air Techniques for Artists.
Artist Dena Peterson talks art and creativity with Martha!
Artists Amy Brnger, Bernard Dellario and Christine Lafuente share their knowledge about traveling with paints.
Artist Barbara Kidd talks to Martha about her passion for capturing nature in her art.
Thursday, December 15, 2022, 10am PST/1pm EST/6pm GMT
Artist Aaron M. Thompson talks with Martha about the importance of working directly from observation and how it informs his process.
Scott Gellatly talks with Martha about his creative process for abstracting the landscape.
Artist Yana Beylinson talks about her signature nature-centric style which she applies to all aspects of her practice
Artist Enrique ‘Kike’ Congrains talks with Martha about how he uses collage as a vehicle for social change and activism.
Artist Susan Abbott talks about the many influences in her art journey and how they have helped her to create her own voice.
Tracy Everly talks with Martha about her journey as a self taught artist.
Artist Molly Hashimoto discusses her new book, Trees of the West: An Artist’s Guide and demonstrates various techniques from the book.
Artist Maggie Siner shares her process and talks about the importance of painting from life.
Join us for a conversation between three painters who each have their own sophisticated way of creating imagery that combines structure and feeling. Each artist will talk about their approach and intentions and respond to questions.
Grace Flott joins Martha to talk art and creativity.
Liz Prescott talks about her love of color, pattern and shape and her interest in non-representational abstraction.
Artist Zoë Cohen shares how she pushes herself beyond her comfort zone in her work and gives herself permission to experiment.
Canadian contemporary impressionist painter David Sharpe discusses his art journey, his influences and talks about the importance of “painting what you feel about what you see, not just painting what you see.”
Artist Spencer Meagher talks with Martha about capturing the world around him through color and value.
Dr. Susan Fugate Brangers talks art history with artist Barbara Fugate.
Painter Ben Hamburger share’s his work and talks about art’s potential to connect and enrich our understanding of the world.
Artist Loriann Signori shares the role memory plays in her process.
Artists Amy Brnger and Rick Fox talk about their experience painting en plein air in Italy with Winslow Art Center.
Artist Wayne Jiang shares what he loves about acrylics and talks about emotional responses to color palettes.
Artist Rose Irelan talks with Martha about the importance of preliminary Notan studies in her painting process.
Mary Longe, Karen Meneghin and Don Yang address the how-to for participating in organized plein air events.
Artist Palden Hamilton shares his thoughts about moving beyond the “artist statement” to discover his own path.
Artist Sarah B. Hansen talks about how her experiences as an outdoor explorer shape her art.
Artist Ken Karlic talks about his unique approach to painting in all mediums.
Artist Stewart White talks about how he uses painting and drawing as a language for communicating.
Artist Robert E. Wells talks with Martha about his art journey.
Artist Steven S. Walker the design and content in plein air painting and how it pertains to the everyday things that stress and ease our minds.
Guest artist Benjamin Shamback talks with Martha about why he paints on copper.
Artist Felicia Forte talks with Martha about the importance of following your intuition as part of the creative process.
Artist Mark Dunford talks about risk taking, seeing the overlooked and unlocking the abstract.
Artist Anne Blair Brown talks about how she pushes color to create paintings that tell a story.
Artist Tara Will shares her thoughts about capturing the essence of a space using strong marks and bold colors.
Barbara Fugate talks with Martha about her commitment to creating art that expresses life.
Artist Michael Weller talks with Martha about his circuitous past from librarian to award-winning artist.
Artist Patti Mollica talks with Martha about how she paints fast, loose and bold to create works that are interesting, no matter the subject.
John Seed talks with Martha about his life in art and how it has been shaped by interactions with remarkable artists.
Artist Darrell Anderson talks with Martha about sketching with value markers as a way inform his painting practice.
Artist Suzie Baker talks with Martha about her journey to becoming a professional artist and offers insight into participating in plein air events.
Artist David Mensing shares his process and talks about following his passion.
Artist Philip Frey shares his work and talks with Martha about abstraction and color
Artist Ian de Hoog talks with Martha about his creative journey and the three most important elements in his paintings – shape, value and color.
Artist Sarah Dennis shares her talent as a paper cut artist and talks about how she has used her work in book illustration.
Artist Peter Keegan shares art inspiration and talks about his experience as the first ever Artist in Residence at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre.
Chris Witkowski talks with Martha about her journey as an illustrator and artist working in watercolor, oils and pastels.
Artist Leah Lopez talks with Martha about her journey from aspiring to professional artist and discusses how she paints light and shadows.
Artist Molly Hashimoto talks with Martha about her life-long passion for making art in and about Ranier National Park.
Artist Betty Carr talks with Martha about art and her passion for capturing the light in her work.
Impressionist Nancy Tankersely talks with Martha about her art and embracing the unpredictable.
Artist Debora Stewart talks with Martha about art, mark-making and finding inspiration experiencing nature.
Artist Mark Daniel Nelson talks with Martha about art and manipulating space in his work.
Artist Scott Conary joins Martha to talk about art, his work, process, inspirations and the role of teaching,
Artist Mitchell Abala talks with Martha about color strategies, color grouping, composition, notan, and workshop exercises featured in his new book “Landscape Painters Workbook”.
Sarah Spackman talks with Martha about her art journey, color, the value of drawing and how she approaches the still life.
Nancy Gruskin talks with Martha about her path to becoming a full time artist and shares art inspiration.
Artist Jane Barton talks to Martha about her background as a illustrator and how that launched her art career.
Chris Bennett talks with Martha about his journey of self discovery as an artist.
Artist Lisa Daria Kennedy talks with Martha about her daily painting project and finding her inspiration.
Artist Amy Brnger talks with Martha about the evolution of her style and shares tips and techniques.
Artist Rick Fox talks with Martha about what inspires his work, seeing color and how he achieves simplicity in his paintings.
Artist Patrick Lee talks with Martha about his influences, abstraction and working from imagination.
Jack Andrews shares the artistic legacy of Marianne North (1830-1890), the remarkable English Victorian botanical artist who defied convention by traversing the globe solo, recording the world’s flora with her paintbrush and writing her experiences in her journal.
Artist Tim Benson talks with Martha about capturing a person’s essence through portraiture and his project painting people affected by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Artist Randy Sexton talks with Martha about how his work has evolved, painting during covid and finding the courage to try something new in your art.
Artist Anton Nowels talks with Martha about experimenting with abstractionism and impressionism, connecting with your audience and developing an individual voice as an artist.
Artist Bernard Dellario talks with Martha about how daily practice, plein air painting and introducing gouache into his work have pushed his work in new directions.
Artist Biz Rasam talks with Martha about his art education and finding identity though his art.
Artist Eric Johnson talks with Martha about a large-scale commission altar piece triptych and his process of under-painting and glazing using archival methods and safe handling of toxic mediums.
Soma Roy talks with Martha about The Nourishment Projects, the non-profit organization she founded, and the role that art plays in education.
Artist Joe Gyurcsak shares his philosophy of creativity and facing the weaknesses in your artwork.
Mixed media artists Victoria Foster Harrison and Sharon Grader talk about becoming involved in community through art.
Artist Molly Hashimoto talks with Martha about her love of nature and discusses her book “Colors of the West”.
Artist Mark Russell talks with Martha about finding excitement through abstracting nature in his landscape paintings.
Artist Susan Kuznitsky talks with Martha about her art journey and shares tips and insights to painting with pastels.
Artist Carolyn Lord talks with Martha about how she incorporates her study of botany and architecture in her paintings.
Artist Mitchell Albala talks with Martha about capturing patterns of light, shapes and forms in his work.
Artist Michele Usibelli talks to Martha about the judging process. The show winners join the conversation to discuss their art.
Artist Sarah Ramirez talks with Martha about her public art and the themes of place, conjuring an affection for disorienting urban/suburban places by appropriating signs and symbols of commerce in her work.
Artist Yer Za Vue talks with Martha about her early career as an animator and the effect this has had on her artwork today.
Artist Robin Cheers talks with Martha about developing her style, live event painting and the exercises she uses to improve her work.
Artist Martin Geiger talks with Martha about capturing spaces and connecting with your medium.
Artist Christine Lafuente talks with Martha about her process and the importance of mixing in her painting practice.
Artist Erin Raedeke talks with Martha about the significance of memory and nostalgia in her work.
Artist Gage Opdenbrouw talks with Martha about painting as a form of meditation.
Artist Laura Vahlberg talks with Martha about the places, real and imagined, that painting takes her.
Mixed media artist Hollie Chastain talks with Martha about the story-telling quality of her work.
Nature artist Jean Mackay talks with Martha about upcoming book “The Nature Explorer’s Sketchbook”.
Artist Michele Usibelli talks with Martha about drawing on her early career as an architect and her love of travel.
Artist Edmond Praybe talks with Martha about his love for still life painting and the relationship between perception and abstraction.
Artist Nathan Fowkes talks with Martha about his career as an animator and how he approaches composition and design in his paintings.
Artist Elizabeth Geiger talks with Martha about her dramatic still life paintings and landscapes.
Artist Elana Hagler talks with Martha about her experience creating and teaching art
Artist Tom Balderas shares his passion about art and talks about artists who have inspired him.
Artist Adebanji Alade talks with Martha about the importance of sketching and striving to always capture the moment in his work.
Artist Rita Kirkman talks with Martha about infusing light into her pastel paintings.
Artist Ned Mueller talks with Martha about how the art world has evolved over the course of his career.
Artist Clarence Porter talk with Martha about why he considers creating art “playing.”
Artist Aimee Erickson talks with Martha about her process and finding inspiration.
Artist Mike Hernandez talks with Martha about the importance of composition, color relationship, lighting, atmospheric perspective and shape design.
Artist Nancy Gruskin joins Art Chat from her show, “Life, Still” at the LaiSun Keane Gallery in Boston.
Artist Kathy Liao talks with Martha about the role of memory and identity in her work.
Artist Ingrid Christensen talks with Martha about artists who have inspired her and her journey to becoming a professional artist.
Artists Stanley Bielen and Tracy Everly talk about art and creativity.