Your Art and The Beholder’s Share – my interview at “Your Creative Push” podcast

Today I am super excited to share with you that I was recently interviewed on the Your Creative Push podcast! I had such a great time talking with Youngman about how I came to love both art and science and how they eventually got a chance to join forces in my life.⠀

Please come check out the podcast and help me spread the word! ⁠

And definitely subscribe to listen to all of the great interviews Youngman does with a wide range or artists! I have been listening for the past 2 years and am always looking forward to the next one.⁠⠀

Here are some quotes from our conversation:⁠⠀

“I’d rather be dealing with test tubes than with people.”⁠⠀

⁠“I became a wife, a mother, a scientist, and I had the sense that the true me was somehow missing.”⁠⠀

⁠“I’m not ready to give up the pipette.”⁠⠀

⁠“I enjoy the process of making my art. It is meditative and it is meticulous work that allows me to escape from daily life.”⁠⠀

⁠THE FINAL PUSH: “No matter how crazy you think your idea is, no matter how crazy it may seem at first, just go for it.”⁠⠀

You can listen to the full episode here. I would love to hear what you think!

Art is my emotional outlet and my oasis.  I use art to express my feelings and work through life issues.  Come join me on this journey of letting go of control and letting the creative process take over.  You will get access to all of the behind the scenes footage and see the major breakthroughs that translate into new artwork.

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