#82 Leon Loucheur “Kill Your Ducklings”

Leon Loucheur comes back on the show to tell us about his upcoming 111 Minna show, “Pick Your Poison!” We discuss vices, nature’s brutality, art going “over your head,” stuff we drew as teenagers, Josh not remembering names, weird art festivals, productivity and efficiency, looking for art answers, and SF living. We get Leon’s answers to Sergio’s Question Cornerâ„¢ and his answer to the artist he hates might blow some minds! Super fun episode! It was great catching up with our old friend and shooting the shit with him. Classic!

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#81 Ximena Rendon “How the Sausage is Made”

In this episode we sit with Ximena Rendon and co-host MJ Lindo-Lawyer. Ximena tales us the tell of two foreign kids who meet in art school… at the pencil sharpener, and live happily ever after. She tells us what she has learned while working/ curating for a gallery. We  then dive deep into Ximena’s past and how the death of a loved one influences her artwork. We also talk dreams and what they mean, immigration climate in the country, The dark subject matter in her art vs. the art her husband creates at Pixar. We then close it out with her top two artists alive. the Artist rapid-fire segment (Josh did not have the entire list) and of course the David Choe question.  

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#80 “Time Pudding”

We begin the show by talking about why we’re making a major change to the show scheduling, the Scribit Kickstarter, “Pixo” culture in Brazil, how much of an ego do you need to be a successful artist, Sergio’s creative flowchart concept and how much art can change from concept to execution, we come up with a “materials FAQ” and end with talking about family following us on social media. Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, and subscribe to our Youtube channel!

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#79 Gan Dalf & MJ Lindo “Tramp Stamp Adjacent”

Gan talks to us about being a new tattoo artist, making money with “dark art”, their favorite subreddits, being mean to siblings, Gan and MJ’s thoughts on the high school mural repaint, @belle.delphine, learning from the masters around you and so much more before diving into some listener questions! Follow @gan_dalf, @momdalf, @mjlindo and @rattt_poison. Knuckle sandwiches to all who don’t… now dat’s New Yohhk!

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#78 “I Dont Want My Pogs To Be Calm”

Sergio and Josh recap their 4th of July weekend, compare “Midsommar” to “Hereditary,” what they would do with time machines, what the SFMoMA got from selling a Rothko, people who hate Renoir, an SF high school mural that is going to be painted over, avoiding speed bumps in business, come up with a brilliant art theme show concept, and discuss if artists need to struggle to create great art. Pray to the Google Gods for Sergio’s swift recovery.

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#76 “Pretentious Blunt”

Josh and Sergio answer your questions! No matter how silly or deep, they treat them with the appropriate amount of respect… or mockery! They first talk about emotions that don’t have words, working for exposure, learning digital painting and more. They ask the listeners which artists they hate, then they get asked what non-visual artists inspire them, why they don’t like acrylic, turning in art they don’t like to galleries, where to buy followers, who would win in a famous artist battle royale, give advice about staying inspired, and realize whoever owns a time machine is racist! They discuss doing sculpture, impostor syndrome, and a whole lot more! Subscribe to our Youtube channel please! https://www.youtube.com/waitingtodrypodcast

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#75 “I’m Seeing Dots”


Josh and Sergio talk about the time Bob Ross talked some smack, over-the-top pet owners, the reaction to Josh’s “polka dot” painting experiment, why people who like doing self-portraits are weirdos, Josh working toward self-sustainment through art, recapping the WonderlandSF final show, if the David Choe Money question reveals a lot about artists, if seeing the “artist’s hand” in their work is important, what is the worst pet, and other such nonsense. Josh currently has work up at Abend Gallery, Sergio at Modern Eden, and they both have a painting at WonderlandSF up until the end of June 2019.
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#74 Gage Opdenbrouw “Emotional Ambiguity”

Waiting To Dry goes full-on Joe Rogan with a 3-hour episode! Dennis “Bagger43” Brown guest hosts with Sergio as Gage Opdenbrouw joins as the guest. They discuss “coffee cup syndrome,” the single most important painting class he’s taken, moving away from photo-reference, what he teaches in his painting classes, his interest in emotional ambiguity, his Garland Of Hours show, what he likes about university shows, the traps of commercializing your art, collecting a sense of place, artistic dreams possibly aligning with their means, his Top 5 living artists, which artists he hates and why, and we unravel the mysteries of Bob Ross! All things Gage at www.gageopdenbrouw.com, and Bagger43 at bagger43.com.

Piet Mondrian’s early landscapes
Egon Schiele landscapes

Marc Trujillo

Rackstraw Downes

David Park

Bill Viola

Maya Lin

Christof Buchel

Nijideka Akunyili Crosby

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#73 Hiroshi Sato & Adam Caldwell “The Highest Form Of Art”

Hiroshi Sato and Adam Caldwell return for a super episode jam-packed with art discussion! We talk about how they critique each other, the importance of titles, idea vs execution, today’s lack of genius artists, painting’s one advantage over other art forms, curating your visual life, the historical significance of art museums, understanding symbols for cultural context, and more! Catch Adam at the Moleskine Project show and Modern Eden’s self portrait show. Hiroshi will be showing landscapes at Abend Gallery this summer and a solo show at Marrow Gallery in October.

Mark Tansey

Robert Bechtel

Neural network floral dinosaurs

Hilma af Klint

Pareidolia

Abend Gallery

Self-ish show at Modern Eden

Marrow Gallery

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