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Sergio and Josh recap their boozy night before talking about working on their upcoming shows. All sorts of random stuff gets talked about, such as framing, Bam Bam Bigelow, nuclear holocaust, dad jokes, dark comedies, not jotting down ideas, and people listening to our podcast. Sergio fails miserably at trying to get Josh to read

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Fresh off the heels of his Booth Gallery in NYC show, Emilio Villalba invites us to his home and studio to talk about how he titles his paintings, the eyeballs he paints, how his environment influences his work, going from animation in LA to painting in SF, music, teaching, how Mark Tennant changed his life,

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Aaron Nagel tells about his musical beginnings and how he started painting in oils, how he works with models, his new series of paintings with cloth, fitness, long-ass audiobooks and his “love” of the fantasy genre. We talk about his “Signal To Noise” paintings and talk about narrative paintings, his fascination with form, and face

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Hey yallz. It’s just your homies flying solo this ep’. Sergio tells us about a new series of landscapes inspired by the Sonoma County fires, and a new landscape for a “painted frame” theme show. They talk about deadlines and overcommitments before getting deep into a “secret project” that Sergio has been working on in

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Glenn Arthur talks to us about coming from Orange County to the Bay Area, people connecting to his work on social media, his influences from art history, his subject matter, a recent illness, his love of art tutorials and gardening. Would he ever work for Disney? He tells us about how he lost 300k followers

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Ozi Magana joins us to talk about how Sergio and him first met through a mutual friend(did it live up to the hype?), his take on art school, his “beef” with Joshua Mays, his art battle with Nate Van Dyke, and failed battle attempt with Henry Lewis. He tells us how he started showing his

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Joshua Mays invited us into his home in Oakland to talk about his ideas for a live/work exhibition space, sci-fi, sci-reality, and getting our stories across as artists. He breaks down his Vision and Value concept which is a very interesting way for artists to think about their worth. We make some short detours into

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Judson Monroe joins to talk about how Sergio and him met, the difference between academies and ateliers, studying in Florence, Marc Dalessio, New Orleans, why the West Coast is the best coast, and Italian art collectors. Is Iran the next big art market? Is contemporary art becoming a meritocracy? Which group shows are worth doing?

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In episode 7, we waste no time talking (light) trash about the Academy of Art before we delve into John Wentz’s beginnings. We talk about what comic book characters suck, shedding the art-school mentality, the art inherent in all disciplines, his upcoming trip to Paris, and the impact of social media on professional artists. We

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In episode 6, Leon sticks up for LA before telling us about his start in graffiti and we bond over 90’s underground hip-hop. He tells us about college in Arcata and his move to SF. He talks about his self-published children’s book that launched his art career, and the one class he took at the

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