Tony Peters

Part 2: Tony Peters

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This is part two of a conversation with the artist Tony Peters.

If you haven’t had a chance to listen to part one yet, click here to catch up.

In part 2, we continue our conversation on focus. Tony and I also discuss coming up with a style for your work and how that is very different from doing the hard work of finding your voice. Tony and I have both recently moved, we explore how to find or create an artist community when you are new in town. We look at what happens when you allow yourself to be uncomfortable in your work, or rather actively pursue something you’re “not good at”. And we even talk about what working out has to do with painting.


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