Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Q and A on Everyday


Are you familiar with Everyday Artist Studio? Today they are featuring an interview with me about DisCo - the Disintegration Collaboration.

Jenn Mason is the mastermind behind this site and has created an amazing, one-stop hub of creativity. She features video interviews and tutorials, art book reviews, classes, a list of artist retreats, a blog, descriptions of and tutorials for art tools, a list and review of must-visit art shops across the country, and so much more.

Stop by today and visit often.



Thank you Jenn for this opportunity and for introducing DisCo to a whole new audience.

27 comments:

La Dolce Vita said...

Seth, loved the interview and your comments about your fab disco project & especially regarding the aging process. It is not only valuable, but break-your-heart-gorgeous. in my humble opinion!

Jeb said...

That is a nice write up. My wife and I are heading up to NYC for 4 days in late July, you'll have to hook us up with some places to see and places to eat. We are excited.

Mar said...

great interview!!

jill said...

Thanks for showcasing Jenn Mason's Everyday Artist Studio and of course, her terrific interview with you! I loved your discussion of change, evolution, patience and the process of aging, in terms of its impact on nature’s elements, art, and in our daily lives. No one teaches us how to age. I think it's a skill and craft - one that you can hone, and one that our creative energies, by ourselves and in collaboration with nature and significant people and creative outlets in our lives can enhance. All things that fuel our energy, creative expressions and ability to connect with one another help us to grow, age and nurture our talents, relationships, artistic skills and appreciation for all in our days- both wonderful and challenging. You grace our lives with a treasured patina all your own.

self taught artist said...

yep good interview, not everyone can get people to be so inspired and jump on the bandwagon. i think you have a gift :)

Jeane said...

wonderful, wonderful! interview - congratulations!

nancy neva gagliano said...

your ideas are so well stated!! but of course!!
your CIRCLE wide, your view ENCOMPASSING the beauty of life's process, your IMPACT touching many, OPENING eyes, BRIDGING quiet gaps.....

The Weaver of Grass said...

Liked the interview. Ageing? I know all about that!! I just content myself with saying that we are all ageing from the day we are born. That old bundle of mine is still ageing - shall shortly make it into a w.o.a. (I hope) - did you see my blog on the day when I posted it with a hideous mask on it?

rivergardenstudio said...

Seth, your interview is wonderful... I love the thought on what we all hopefully got from the project... that change and aging are part of life and need to be embraced. Have a great week... Roxanne

Gillian McMurray said...

Great interview, Seth. Can't wait to hear about those new ideas ;o)

Jenn said...

Thanks again Seth for the interview, it's lovely to see everyone's response and we're looking forward to seeing the art in August!

Jenn from EverydayArtistStudio.com

Ontheroad said...

Thoroughly enjoyed the interview; thanks for pointing it out.

Jaxx said...

I enjoyed your interview very much, and thanks for the nice comment you left on my blog about the river area where I walk my dogs on warm spring/summer mornings. Jackie W

Ginny Gaskill said...

Seth, Interesting interview. It will be intriging to see what will happen in August. Will they cover the next reveal?

ju\ said...

Colab for charity!!

I vote for Cancer research.... count me in my friend.

Lisa Hoffman said...

Hopping into my clogs to race over. Do I need to brush my hair and dress up?

Leslie Avon Miller said...

Oh I really enjoyed your interview – your thoughts on the projects and your plans for the future. A collaborate project for charity – I am intrigued and would be pleased to participate.

Ontheroad said...

Enjoyed reading the interview--got to learn a wee bit more about you & your thinking.

azirca said...

What a great interview. I loved your reply to the question; "what did you learn?" How you liken the DisCo process to changes in ourselves and how patience is required for these changes. I can relate.

Chris said...

ooh! sounds great. Going to the interview now. I also enjoye checking out your Inspiration link.

Candace said...

Proud of you, proud for you. Great interview and now I have another fun, artistic and informative blog to peruse.
I enjoyed how you compared the ageing process to the disintegration... you know I have a spring and summer garden, but I have a fall and winter garden too. Same thought process, I suppose.
Congrats on this recognition.
Candace in Athens.

deb said...

again I say you are brilliant, and I loved the inspiration link today, also brilliant. Yep! absolutely a genius!!

Jo Horswill said...

Hi Seth...this is a great interview.
And thanks for the link to the "Everyday Artist Studio", I will be in NYC mid November...so any info about "must visit art shops" would be wonderful.

Renee Howell said...

Well, I could add more words to the fan club comment list - but I think DITTO DITTO DITTO works just fine! Thanks Seth! You ROCK!

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

Great interview Seth! Your thoughts on a charity art event sound brilliant already....no pressure :)

Judith Stadler said...

Happy for you Seth. Great interview. I have been following her blog, too. Check out my latest blog post for some projects you might be interested in.
Judith at Artisticaneum

Judy said...

Nice interview Seth. Left a lil comment too.
xx