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Contemporary Western Artist - Nancy Cawdrey!
"I like strength and statement in my work; I can only guide these paintings - the medium itself defies control, and I like that. For me, it's the jazz of painting. ..."
- Nancy Cawdrey
"Going for Broke"
17" x 12", dye on silk
12" x 12", dye on silk
16" x 40", dye on silk
"Forever Glacier: Antilocapra americana"
30" x 40", dye on silk
UPCOMING PODLIGHT GUESTS
Sarah Justice is currently the Executive Director of the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls, Montana. She leads artistic workshops, teaches figure drawing and figurative sculpture, as well as maintaining a triving studio practice and exhibition record. Sarah’s work has been in multiple publications; she has received substantial grants based on artistic merit, and has won numerous artistic awards. She earned her Masters of Fine Art degree from the University of Montana, in the Spring of 2017.
PREVIOUS PODCAST GUESTS
From earning a baseball scholarship to the University of Florida (where he studied architecture), to working as an illustrator for NASA, to becoming an imagineer at Disney, Tom Gilleon seems to have done it all. His world-renowned artwork relies heavily on his Cherokee heritage - bridging the gap between what his ancestors saw and what we see today...
Jeff Kleinman has a real passion for finding literary projects that make a difference. From Alaskan exploration to a race car-loving dog, the creative zeal found in the authors Jeff represents matches his own, and takes us to worlds we never knew existed.
WHO WE ARE
The Artists Podlight Podcast Team
Anne Martinez was born and raised in Minnesota but has called Great Falls, Montana home for the past 18 years. She and her husband Larry raised their three Montana’s children here who, like their parents, love to hike and ski under beautiful Big Sky.
Anne has a degree in Political Economy from Princeton University and an MBA from Stanford. She began her career in San Francisco in management consulting, working for Fortune 500 companies across the country.
Since moving to Great Falls she has thrown herself into community service and served on the board of trustees of many organizations including the C.M. Russell Museum and the Great Falls Public Schools Foundation.
She is an advocate for arts education, an avid reader, a poet, and an aspiring novelist. She is looking forward to learning more about the creative process from our guests on The Artists Podlight Podcast.
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Marnie Bermingham has a background in communications, filmmaking, and marketing. She worked in advertising in Chicago before moving to Los Angeles to work in television and feature films.
Her love affair with Montana began when her family moved from California to Great Falls in 1998. She has spent the last several years travelling between Montana and Colorado, with a home base in St. Louis.
Marnie has always led an active volunteer life. She is committed to connecting people through the arts, community service, writing, and social media. She is a founding member of a writers' group begun in 2006, which continues to meet regularly, and is branching out to include this new venture, The Artists Podlight Podcast.
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Sydne George is most at home in the kitchen creating something fresh and fabulous.
She lives in Great Falls, Montana with her sweet husband Mike and amazing daughters Mackenzie and Madison.
Her food column "Special of the Day" ran in the Great Falls Tribune from March 2011 to March of 2017. Sydne has also been a contributing writer and/or photographer for several other regional and national publications.
She was a January 2009 Finalist of the Epicurious.com Tailgating Recipe Contest Cook-Off, and was a top ten finalist of Rachael Ray's Ten Ingredient Challenge video competition in 2007.
Sydne happily published her first cookbook, Little Red Book of Recipes to Love, a collection of go-to tried-and-true favorites in November 2016. Her second cookbook, Little Red Book of Recipes to Love~Entertaining at Home Made Easy was published in November 2017. Sydne is thrilled to be a part of The Artists Podlight Podcast.
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Tim Ljunggren is an Episcopal priest, a filmmaker, a writer, a mixed media artist, and a photographer. From 2001 until 2009, he edited and published the electronic magazine insolent rudder, which was chosen by Poets & Writers magazine as one of the top literary sites on the internet.
Since 2001, Tim has facilitated numerous “creativity clusters,” where he has helped hundreds of people to find and utilize their own creativity. He has served as an Adjunct Professor of Art at the University of Providence (formerly the University of Great Falls) in Great Falls, Montana, where he taught classes on the fundamentals of filmmaking.
Tim wrote and published the books Koan Kreativity: Using Ancient Wisdom to Inspire Modern Creativity and The Art of Now: Creativity in the Present Moment in 2017, both of which focus on the creative process. He produced and directed the feature-length documentary entitled Many Stories, One Voice, a stage/film project focusing on at-risk youth in Great Falls, Montana. Tim is proud to be a co-host of The Artists Podlight Podcast.
Tim currently lives in Montana with his beautiful wife, Linda.
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WHAT WE DO
We're dedicated to honoring craft, inspiration, and the creative process
The Artists Podlight Podcast is all about connecting with a wide variety of artists while shining a light on the power of creativity and all of its vast meanings. We hope to entertain and inspire you in each of our podcasts, and we hope to encourage you to find your own creative path. ...