Courtney and Andrew from Trekell Art Supplies paid Waiting To Dry a visit all the way from Hesperia to Santa Rosa! We talk about a million different things with them! The evolution of Instagram, the difference between selling art and art supplies, the history of the company, do art suppliers get along with each other? They talk about doing conventions, filming artists for interviews, artists with side gigs, raising the value of fine art in society, celebrity artists, and how Andrew got his start with filming. How do they answer the Top 5 Alive and David Choe Money question?? It was great to talk about art with some folks who aren’t artists but are in the art world. It is nice to get an alternative perspective on the art world from an artist-adjacent company. Very fun to get to know Trekell!
We go to Cody Miles’ studio to talk to him all about being a teacher of art for this new generation. What do young people think is good art? We also talk about looking at traditional vs digital art, and his upcoming move to Japan. We talk about the difference in culture, traveling within the country, “the meat incident,” opposite-hand crayon drawings, and more. We talk about 2 of his pieces which leads into talk about taking art too seriously, sketching people without getting caught, and comedy as social commentary. Sergio’s soundboard gets a mind of its own. As always, we get our guest’s T5AA and DCM! Rate and review us on iTunes for a chance to win original art from WTD!
Scott W. Prior aka “Rod Bernardo” comes on the show and comes in fresh&hot! Topics discussed: the value of swearing, his start in the world of plein air, velvet frames, getting critiqued, the heyday of plein air events, destroying your old paintings, and more. Scott tells a story about an award getting taken from him, his “Plein Air Punk” brand, and we discover our artist pseudonyms once and for all! We discuss his painting “Market Street Hustle”, shitty uni, family not getting the artist lifestyle, his Top-5-Alive artists, David Choe money, and end with culture’s youth obsession.
Josh recaps his elephant sanctuary visit during his Thailand vacation, Thanksgiving, and travel. They then talk about goal setting, the term “branding,” and some risks they want to try in their art. Josh talks about some recent movies he watched such as “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.” Forrest Gump: Conservative propaganda or modern tragedy? What 5 movies would Sergio take to a desert island? Sergio then reads Bill Maher’s blog entry “Adulting” as Bill Maher, and Joshua trashes him as Joshua Lawyer. Are people more nostalgic now than other generations? They end by putting out a call with an idea to help them grow the podcast audience. Subscribe, rate and review the show for a chance to win original art until the end of December!
On this episode Patrick Mathews talks to us about the influence of early-90’s skateboard graphics on him, studying architecture, the meaning of skulls in art, buying stuff from art supply stores and never using them, putting art on things other than canvas, buying prints, and making stickers. We get into his painting of a jaguar attacking a crocodile and what inspired it and just how much work went into it. We get into his Top 5 Living Artists, and what he’d do with David Choe money! Check out his wide variety of work at art-pm.com. R.I.P. Stan Lee.
Coming to you on-location from a secluded beach house near Cannon Beach, Oregon! In this most-heavily-edited episode yet, Sergio talks to Brenda Boylan and Michael Orwick about how this annual retreat came together, Brenda’s experience in Plein Air Easton, her horror-story plein air event housing host, theories on why the Portland plein air community is so tight-knit, a couple of ghost stories, and how they feel about doing plein air events today. Should new painters jump into the plein air scene? They then talk about painting for galleries and how changes of directions can affect that. Are the most celebrated artists rule-breakers? They talk about the Plein Air Convention and future plein air plans, and Brenda’s Top 5 Dead Or Alive artists! Recorded September 28th, 2018.
Tattoo artist and fellow Santa Rosian podcaster Loren Butchart comes on the show and we talk about everything under the sun! Show notes are hardly important; just know that there are lots of rants and lots of jokes. Do you think the Donner Party never died and just ate butt? Then this podcast is for you! Loren is a pro podcaster so this conversation just flew by and was lots of fun. Check out Loren’s podcast Brave Castle on iTunes or wherever you get them from!
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Intro: Nate Van Dyke Hates Waiting To Dry
0:01:07 Episode 1: Joshua Lawyer and Sergio Lopez
0:06:00 Episode 2: MJ Lindo
0:09:00 Episode 3: Jason Avery
0:21:56 Episode 4: Monty Guy
0:25:57 Episode 5: Nate Van Dyke
0:43:53 Episode 6: Leon Loucheur
0:47:36 Episode 7: John Wentz
0:58:34 Episode 8: Judson Monroe
1:10:42 Episode 9: Joshua Mays
1:17:29 Episode 10: Ozi Magana
1:26:51 Episode 11: Glenn Arthur
1:36:43 Episode 12: Joshua Lawyer and Sergio Lopez
1:42:00 Episode 13: Aaron Nagel
1:49:19 Episode 14: Emilio Villalba
1:55:11 Episode 15: Joshua Lawyer and Sergio Lopez
Outro: Ozi Magana Hates Waiting To Dry
Brett Crawford came up from San Clemente for his 111 Minna Gallery show and hung out with us at Monty Guy’s studio to record this podcast! He tells us the story of a mural near WonderlandSF gallery before getting deep into his story about coming up from being a drug-addict 18-year felon to turning his life around via art. He tells us about scoring a job at a print shop and used samples to make friends in the art scene, viewing the Choe Show, and his views on life and death. We hear the story behind his painting featuring Geoffrey The Giraffe called “Taking Geoffrey Home,” his “Fuck Cancer” tag, and more. We hear his side of the infamous “Pretentious C” story (fun fact: he was the other guy Josh was talking to!) and how he made a bad first impression at Thinkspace Gallery. We end with some good advice about how to handle rejection and fantasizing to manifest the reality you want. We were really inspired by his story of his drive to redeem himself and you will be too. His 111 Minna show opens Friday July 6th, 2018.
Our first ever returning guest! Jason Avery drops by to talk to us about a new spiritual direction he wants to go with his art, teaching himself sculpting(warning to sculptors: we don’t know shit!), what Warhol would do with social media, and slowing down. Sergio’s mic goes out after about an hour or so(will anyone really notice?) so we take a break to fix it, then switch gears and talk about galleries vs. Instagram to gain collectors, the value we put on our own art, and then we get into a good debate about technique vs. idea in art, and artists creating their own visual language. 3 artists who don’t agree on everything make for a much more fascinating conversation than an agreement-fest. We hope you enjoy the direction this episode takes! Rate and review us on iTunes or your favorite listening platform.