The easiest way to find an episode is to head over to the podcast page and use the search bar. You can search for a specific artist or keyword to help narrow down years of Savvy Painter interviews!
I publish a new episode every other Thursday.
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Guest recommendations are my favorite way for me to identify new artists to interview! If you know the perfect person for the podcast, use this link to recommend one!
Please understand that as much as I’d like to, I may not be able to get to ALL of them! I enjoy reading through each one and love to hear from all of you. I appreciate your patience and understanding – this is the ONLY place where I look for your suggestions!
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We are careful to identify sponsors that we believe would be helpful and resonate most with listeners. We look for companies that solve problems for artists such as supplies, prints, websites, etc. Each sponsor we take on for the podcast values YOU, the artist, and we know you will love what they have to offer!
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