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116 – The artist and the engineer

TheSparkAndTheArt.com/116 – A man and a woman look at a rolling ball machine. The woman is an artist. The man is an engineer. They both are intrigued by the machine for different reasons.

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115 – Many talents can be your talent with Lorraine Harley

TheSparkAndTheArt.com/115 – Lorraine Harley has been active in arts and other creative pursuits for her whole life but she says it’s only recently that she’s really recognizing her talents for what they are. We talk about how her ‘jack-of-all-trades’ approach to creative work is an asset because she has a lot of fun with many…

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114 – No one will care about you until they know about you.

TheSparkAndTheArt.com/114 –I’m your host Tucker and this week is a dream I had about 8 years ago. I’m fairly certain that it was in The War Of Art where author Steven Pressfield said that dreams, especially those that you wake from with vivid clarity, are there for you to learn from. They are your subconscious…

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113 – Illustrating, inspiring and immigrating with Lana Lê

TheSparkAndTheArt.com/113 – A personal graphic novel about birthmarks and immigration and a blog to inspire kids to use their talents in drawing to keep them creative. Lana Lê. **- Links for this episode -** Lana Lê – http://lana-le.com/ Persepolis – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persepolis_(comics) Maus – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maus Raina Telgemeier – http://goraina.com/books_smile.html CeCe Bell – https://cecebell.wordpress.com/

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112 – Idea & Execution

TheSparkAndTheArt.com/112 – idea & execution

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111 – Creativity and curiosity with empathy coach Whitney Hess

TheSparkAndTheArt.com/111 – Whitney and I talk about her starting out in computer sciences – and hating it – loving her writing major and how she stumbled on a course for Human Computer Interaction which lead her to her first user experience position. While the whole conversation is fantastic, I think my favourite part is the…

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110 – JUST DO! – Sol Lewitt’s Letter to Eva Hesse

TheSparkAndTheArt.com/110 – Eva Hesse was a sculptor and ran into a bout of creative block and wrote to Sol for some advice. I’ve never read Eva’s letter but I feel I can get a gist of what she was saying. She was planning what she was going to do to get out of her creative…

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109 – Dancing, Teaching & Doodling with Michelle Johnson

TheSparkAndTheArt.com/109 – Dancer, teacher and bloom doodler Michelle Johnson. We talk about how she used drawing to help her through a difficult time while recuperating from a difficult surgery and how through the sharing of her images with her friends it lead to her creating and self-publishing a colouring book. – Links for this episode…

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108 – Achievement. Acclaim. Almighty Dollar

TheSparkAndTheArt.com/108 – this episode we talk about the three reasons to do anything. Acheivement, Acclaim and the Almighty Dollar. 

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107 – Creating comics with Scott Kowalchuk

TheSparkAndTheArt.com/107 – In today’s chat we talk to comic artist and illustrator Scott Kowalchuk. We talk about a lot of things including where he started and what he did to pitch his very first comic to the comic publisher image comics. It wasn’t just a simple idea with a few sketches it was finished books….

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