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Noelle Phares is an environmental scientist turned artist. After leaving her job at a growing startup in silicon valley, she rediscovered painting and started her own business selling her artwork in the form of prints and original paintings.

I had the chance to tour her home studio and discuss her path, work and muses, and got to see her larger-scale pieces hanging at Space Gallery in Denver.

Join us for our chat about art and life.

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Brandon Brown is an art dealer at LewAllen galleries in Santa Fe. We met last summer on Canyon Road and I thought he’d be a great podcast guest to share a gallerist’s perspective.

In this episode, we discuss the role of art galleries, working with artists and collectors, and answer listeners’ questions, most notably, “How do I get to show my work in a gallery?

A few artists mentioned in the episode are David Jonason, Forrest Moses, Fritz Scholder and Jivan Lee.

Moses and Lee both have shows up at LewAllen for the next several weeks.

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I recently spoke with the multi-award-winning oil painter, Eric Bowman. You might be familiar with his studio landscape and western paintings, but if you haven’t given his work a deeper study, you should. His figure-oriented pieces and plein air sketches are also worth a long look.

I chatted with Eric on speakerphone as he was finishing up work for his upcoming solo show. If you listen closely, you can hear him painting,  scraping and bumping around in the studio, finishing up his painting titled “The Searchers.” You can see that painting and the rest of his show beginning May 4th at Maxwell Alexander Gallery in L.A.

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