The Laura Horn Art Podcast

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Known for their down-to-earth conversations, each week, artist Laura Horn and husband, Richie, share their experience of making art, running a business and juggling family life.

Join them as they talk about the hot topics facing artists today. From finding your style to navigating social media, this podcast is packed with relatable stories and practical strategies to help you grow as an artist.

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  • zivigal
    Love love love your podcast
    Dear Laura and Richie, I’m a regular listener to your podcast and get excited when I remember there’s a new episode to listen to! The interviews with artists are amazing (Laura: you are a gifted interviewer—you listen so well and question so sensitively), but so are the casual chats between the two of you. They’re all delightful, real and inspiring. Thank you for what you do! Joan in Portland, Oregon
  • AZ Art
    A joy to listen to!
    Encouragement for art making! Laura and Richie’s show is so helpful to me and calming. I enjoy listening while I’m painting. They have been sharing practical tips of how to live a creative lifestyle with a realistic perspective! Thank you, Laura and Richie! It’s always a joy to listen to your shows!
  • wonderroie
    Gently encouraging
    Laura’s podcasts are a breath of fresh air. She and Richie have these lovely conversations. She is real about her life and art. The last series that they did about how to define success was so insightful.
  • LizStAndre
    Especially loving this latest series!
    I’ve always loved your podcast but your most recent guests have been so relatable and relevant for those of us just getting started on our art journeys. Thank you for such an informative and inspiring show. I really enjoy ALL of the episodes (not just these latest ones) and sometimes go back and listen to older ones a second time because you (and Richie!) offer so much helpful advice. Many thanks.
  • Candice CKNY
    Life-changing and always soul nourishing
    I began listening to The Laura Horn Art Podcast last fall (2020) as a way to help expand my writing practice on the advice of another writer who said they were often inspired by art podcasts in more expansive ways than with writing and book podcasts. As someone who often writes about art and artists, it seemed a good idea to try. I’m SOOO grateful that I found Laura and Richie at the top of my search for art podcasts! When I was 8, my art teacher at school told me I couldn’t draw or paint, and I had never gone back to trying. Laura and Richie inspired me to try again (having just turned 50!!!) to return to drawing and attempt painting. I absolutely LOVE it, and visual art has quickly become a near daily practice. Their continued encouragement and my love of the process have inspired me to consider illustrating a children’s book I’ve been writing and to create art in many new ways. I discovered I can, in fact, draw and paint, and I have listened through the 130 plus episodes of this podcast multiple times now (I’ve also taken some of Laura’s wonderful online classes). I’m really enjoying the current podcast season, and I absolutely love the episodes where Laura and Richie chat about all things art just as well as the artist interviews. This podcast is so inspirational and has, for me, been life changing. It brought many hours of much-needed comfort in what has been a very difficult year of transitions and loss. I cannot recommend it enough, no matter what type of creative you are — whether you create community, create meals, create visual art, create stories, create a home, you all will find something soul nourishing in this wonderful podcast.
  • racheldavisart.bayarea
    Peace, laughter, connection = wonderful company
    As others have said, I absolutely love the peacefulness of hanging in the studio with the two of you, your ease with and support of each other and the support you provide to all of us artists out there, no matter the topic. No jargon, no attitude, just authentic connection, laughter, and super helpful info it’s super easy to take in. Thanks for being such terrific company!
  • eatingwholefoods
    A gift
    I find Laura and Richie so soothing and encouraging! Love how they challenge our views of success and happiness around art, and go against the grain to challenge us to find our true creative calling. I look forward to each episode!
  • ketta08
    Best art podcast that expresses ways to grow and change as an artist
    Hello Laura and Richie, I have just finished listening to all of your podcasts..(sometime twice). There is so much information to glean. I have enjoyed your classes to learn your thought processes and techniques. One of the key factors I always receive from your lessons is to relax, enjoy and get in the zone! It is so great to get into that zen place with everything that the world is going through. I just watched Richie’s video about time lapse! It helped so much! Keep it up! You both are a great team and provide us with so much value
  • PaintedLeafLandscape
    Unparralled Authenticity!
    Dear Laura & Richie, Dear Laura & Richie, Prepare yourselves for a serious gush-fest, because you've been missed ;) I just listened to your 'return from break episode #128' and it literally felt like seeing family you haven't seen in a while. The nurturing vibe you guys send out is unparalleled. Regardless of how Instagram or any other major platforms evolve, the softness and content that you so generously share transcends all of that. You are real people with a special, inspiring connection and support for each other #RelationshipGoals. I am not a full-time artist, I do it because it is a crucial part of who I am at my core. However I'd be lying if I said I didn't want to be art to be my full-time career eventually, but because of family and financial obligations I am unable to pursue at this time. I'm a full-time working mom & wife and really have been struggling to squeeze it in. My goal is to develop a practice that keeps me going through this busy season of life. I always feel inspired and hopeful after listening to your podcast episodes - they are part of what keeps me striving to find a way to practice my art on a regular basis. Great to have you back, I have no doubt that you will always find a way to come back in the most authentic way to you, which in turn will inspire your community in infinite ways. Looking forward to these upcoming interviews! Nicole
  • ireview4coins
    I love y’all!!
    I love y’all as a couple, as artists, and as real, honest humans!!! Thank you for following your hearts and sharing them with me!
  • Catrains16
    So real and full of joy
    I listen to lots of arty podcasts, but this is one of my all time faves. Laura and Ritchie offer such a grounded, honest look at what it’s REALLY like to be an artist. So grateful for the wealth of knowledge they share, from how to create process videos, to how balance art making with managing an art biz, to how to paint in a series. I look forward to listening to every episode and am grateful for all the love that goes into every one ♥️.
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  • Julia Monts Art
    Loving the pod, plus a recommendation!
    Gosh I love listening to Laura and Richie. I happened upon the podcast because they had an episode titled “Painting While my Son Naps” with Inga Buividavice. That’s how I took up watercolors...literally a quiet, meditative activity during maternity leave. But now I go to the pod for their kind reassurance, energy-boosting motivation, and of course, helpful tips and practices. All my love! *I am writing a review also to respond to Laura’s interest in artists that are successful despite being social media luddites, while simultaneously plugging an extraordinary artist and friend. Charlie Buckley, out of Oxford, Mississippi, is a full time artist specializing in large-scale oil landscapes and cityscapes. His paintings are in galleries, homes, and businesses all over Mississippi and beyond. And he hardly does a lick of the socials!
  • Tara Maxwell Stewart
    Found my favorite Episode!
    I adore everything you do. I ‘own’, but have not completed, all of your courses. I just started listening to podcasts. I’ve listened to several episodes, they’re all fantastic. Today, I listened to Episode 9: Painting and Parenting. When you mentioned making sure the children were fed, you spoke my language. I burst out laughing. Thank you for sharing peeks into your life with these podcasts, they warm my soul.
  • ileana santana
    Thank you for simplifying the technical stuff!!
    I have been wanting to write a review for a while now. I have listened to both of for many episodes. When I feel defeated, overwhelmed or confused in my art practice you are my go to. Like my “art google search” haha! Today I listened to Richies episode of how to make a lapse-video and decided it’s time to send virtual high fives. Love how he explained the process, kept it very simple. And... I don’t have to invest any $ to do this. An extra high five there. Thank you for everything you do for the art community. Hugs! Ileana
  • heiwibsaowldn
    The “everything” podcast for artist
    This podcast has everything. The motivational speeches, the business tips, the interviews, the art and painting tips... the list just keeps going! Laura and Ritchie are so transparent about everything and it feels like I am actually there hearing the conversation. I love hearing the two point of views of both Laura and Ritchie. Even though I am a digital artist this podcast still is so helpful and inspiring, and makes me want to dive into painting and mix media. This is the “everything art and business podcast” and I think all artists should listen to it.
  • Wkwasny
    Absolutely the best art podcast
    I love this podcast. Laura and Richie make me feel inspired while also educating me on all things art, from application to business to marketing, and somehow they do it without making me panic or making me feel like I’m not doing enough. I find myself laughing along with them and totally enjoying their banter. Totally recommend this podcast for all art minded individuals.
  • iPaint2
    Relevant and helpful podcast!
    I’ve listened to every episode and love this podcast. It is clear how much effort and attention both Laura and Richie put into everything thing do. In The most recent episode called “What makes an artist stand out from the crowd” I felt like they were describing my experience feeling frustrated that visibility take so much time and effort to cultivate, and that time and effort comes with an opportunity cost. Laura and Richie give honest and realistic commentary on artistic life and inject plenty of humor too. Great listen!
  • heidhorch
    A Warm
    I’ve been wanting to write since your first episode of the year, where you asked for some podcast recommendations (which I’ve sent separately). First, I want to say how much I’ve been enjoying your podcast! I found you through episode 108 "Finding Your Style When You Love Too Many Things.” This was the *perfect* episode for me. Even though I feel I have a style, I don’t think I’ve quite figured out where I’m going with it yet. I have sooo many ideas, and am a researcher and experimenter at heart, so it’s difficult to nail it down to any one thing. Your podcast is so well grounded in a professional, yet friendly and open approach that I appreciate SO much. It’s taken me a while to sift through all of the Millennial “You got this!” “Let’s do this!”-type that it’s nice to just be like ahhh… let’s take a moment and focus for a sec. Actually, when I listened to that episode, I forwarded it to my son, who is an architectural photographer like Richie. I said, “This guy that she’s interviewing sounds just like you,” Haha at the time I didn’t know “that guy” was your husband and partner! But anyway, thank you for your sensible advice (LOVE the Trello tips!) as well as your easy-going demeanor. My particular style is quite different from yours, even though I do abstract watercolors. I plan on taking the Creative Elements challenge, as I think it will help me expand my visual vocabulary and build different elements into my work. I typically work in a single layer, or in a negative-painting style, so I’d like to explore incorporating more overlapping layers to create depth and texture. I’m also embarking on a personal challenge of increasing
  • FissureInTheFabric
    Real and Relevant
    I began listening to this podcast while I was in a severe creative drought due to anxiety and stress: precisely the times when creatives most need steeping in their own art. I’d just come off of social media, having recognized that the self-imposed pressure to have “something” to share meant I was always “making something” instead of just...making something. I’d been constricting myself right out of my creative skin and felt positively dried out. Listening to Laura and Richie talking so openly, bravely, humorously, tenderly, and reverently about not just art in and of itself but about the process of art-making and the experience of being a creative felt like a rehydration. To know that I am not alone in my ever-deepening search for who I am as a creative is a lifeline that keeps me moving down that path. All creative people, no matter their mediums, will find valuable treasure in these episodes. The topics are real and highly relevant, brought to life by the delightfully genuine dynamic of the hosts. Simply one of the finest podcasts available about art and creativity today. Thank you!
  • love this song from him. CAN i
    Thank you
    Thank you Richie, you were right the end made me laugh so hard I had tears running down my face. So glad you left that bit in. Love you both👍🏻Great Podcast 👍🏻👍🏻💛
  • DianaMae
    Hello from Diane in NY
    Hello Laura and Richie! Welcome back! We’ve missed you so—I listened to your most recent podcast after your break- so brilliant - and I’m so happy that you’ve mentioned that it ‘s great to create even if you just have 10 minutes. as I recover from pneumonia from COVID, the words flexibility and patience have a brand new meaning—as well as not overdoing it- working during a 10 minute art slot is sometimes all of the energy I have, and my new space is the corner of my couch ❤️life, I believe is about making adjustments ❤️ On a podcast, I recently heard a young singer/songwriter give a word of encouragement to other creatives during Covid—“ make sure you “ make something “ everyday — “I feel better when I do-even if it’s a quick 10 minute sketch - you have such wonderful ideas and are so encouraging to me and so many others -thank you Laura and Richie for sharing your art life ideas with me❤️❤️Diane from Long Island
  • AmyStewartArt
    A multilayered, mixed media podcast!
    Through her podcast and her classes, Laura has inspired me to venture into mixed media art, and I would say that "mixed media" also describes the podcast itself. Laura and Richie bring different perspectives, different insights, and yes, their different lovely accents to the show. The wide variety of topics, from business strategies to creative pursuits to art supplies, plus the wonderful interviews with special guests, also bring depth and layers and textures to every episode. The show is very much like a mixed media painting, with color, contrast, pattern, and flow. Thank you so much, Laura and Richie, for your honesty, generosity, and above all, your creativity each week! With appreciation from Portland, Oregon.
  • Ethanchampy
    Podcast Review
    After some surgery at the beginning the week, I have loved having this enforced bed rest to catch up on Laura’s Podcasts. Her style is so friendly and down to earth- it reminds me of when my best friend would share her homework with me before school starts! She is generous and kind in her approach and the way she honors those she interviews. It’s like Chocolate for the ears! I learnt so much from her mixed media course earlier this year and feel what and how I’m creating has been so blessed by Laura. Thank you for being a weekly highlight. Many thanks Rachel Larlee
  • julieluek
    My morning walks
    I’m out the door shortly after 5 in the morning for my morning walk and love when there is a new episode available. I learn and am inspired on my (later life) creative journey. Also, Laura is absolutely one of the best interviewers I’ve ever heard—even better than famous people who do this for a living! When she has a guest, she asks thoughtful questions and listens without interrupting. It’s refreshing!
  • Mewnicorn
    How are you in my head?
    I feel like each episode answers a question I have been asking each week. The content is so on point! I love the cadence of the podcast, very relaxing and meditative. There is so much thought and insight with each episode and truly so much great information. I am learning so much. Thank you!
  • Svetlana678456326
    Very in-depth, real and fun podcast
    I just came across this podcast and I can’t stop listening. So much amazing content and so applicable to me as a creative entrepreneur. Highly recommend for anyone who is looking for inspiration, business tips and lots of fun (Laura and Richie are hilarious!)
  • Heather from Michigan
    Will make your day brighter
    Every time your podcast starts it brings a smile to my face. Laura and Richie are wonderful to listen to. Such great tips and advice for creative people.
  • williams,Oregon
    Favorite podcast
    I relate to Laura’s approach to self and life....she and Richie demonstrate working together, communicating effectively and following your dreams. Art is just the icing on the cake! Thank you and just keep sharing!
  • Zilpix
    Brilliant podcast!
    This podcast is really a must as it is so full of real world tips and motivation for any level artist. Laura and Ritchie are both thoughtful and funny. It’s the fastest hour of the week. So excited to see what comes next. Well done!
  • Ourgoodmess
    By far this is my current favorite podcast. It’s a peaceful and inspiring place to rest. Laura Horn Art classes blogs and podcast are like a little dose of therapy in an insane world. Thanks for taking the breaks to keep all of the content going and for setting good healthy rhythms as an example to the rest of the world. Grateful for you two!!
  • mboucher
    Art “music” for my Ears
    Never have I ever looked forward to a return of a podcast as I have yours! Of course I support your much deserved break but ever since I discovered your podcast I have enjoyed every minute of it and am always wanting more. So I hope you’ve enjoyed your break and congratulations on the new house....I’ll be waiting right here as patiently as I can for you to return. ❤️❤️❤️
  • MarcyCapeCod
    Smiling and teary eyed on Cape Cod
    Laura and Richie, I had tears running down my cheeks when I listened to this weeks podcast because I just heard the love as Richie described his pride for you Laura. I really appreciated the candid conversation and vulnerability and it just reenforced my respect for you two! I’ve been listening to the podcast over the summer while I work and paint and cook, just absorbing all your wonderful knowledge, encouragement and creativity! I’m in the Modern Mixed Media course right now and I’m really feeling like you’ve unlocked something for me, where previously I suffered from perfectionism, self doubt and feeling like I needed one specific style/medium to be taken seriously, you’ve shown that making good art comes from the inside first and the joy can be in the process & experimentation. Thank you so much for your amazing courses and I look forward the your laughter, wealth of knowledge and authenticity every time I tune in! Very fondly, Marcy
  • BrindleStudio
    Just discovered Laura’s art and!!! The podcast is inspiring, informative, and completely charming! A great resource on my own journey as a painter.
  • CreativeinBrownwood
    Avid Listener
    Dear Richie and Laura, I have been a listener for some time and also a class participant. You both are so lighthearted, personable, and melodic to listen to. I am not exaggerating when I say that after each and every episode I’m happier by the end as well as inspired in my own art practice. Thank you for your honesty, laughter, and creative wisdom and tips. Truly you both excel as coaches, instructors, and artists who accompany many on the joy-filled journey of art-making. Best to you and your family, and ongoing blessings on your business!! Terry Anderson
  • Kail200X
    Richie! Talk more!!!
    Dearest Laura and Richie, This latest episode was fantastic. Richie has an amazing story all his own about how he came into working creatively, but what REALLY blew me away was how he talked about you, Laura! The joy and desire to encourage you, the way he celebrates your wins, and the way seeing you pursue art inspired him to take bigger risks himself... it was all so poetic and it almost made me cry! Richie is a deep, powerful masculine soul that could teach men a lot about what it means to be good men. I appreciated so much of what he had to say about his deconstruction of masculinity and finding his value in being a good husband and father to your kids. He has so much more to say than he likely gives himself credit for. His coaching gift really comes out in this podcast episode, and I think he should use that gift more—everyone would appreciate it, I’m sure. :) I’m so taken back by the relationship between the two of you and the transparency you have about life and the creative process. Please keep this content going—it is fresh water to many a parched artistic soul. Especially to us married ones. 💖
  • A broad
    Hi I’m listening from Maui Hawai’i to your latest interview with Richie. I’ve enjoyed so many of your podcasts but this one is so moving hearing from Richies mouth his integrity and deep love for you Laura and your family. I wish you could broadcast it to the world. Balm for the times. Both of you continue to offer something real and something immensely helpful and insightful to so many. Thank you 💜 Kirsten Bunney (expat Aussie)
  • ErinnSchultzArt
    No Longer Discouraged
    The day was supposed to be perfect: the family was out of the house and I had the whole day to work in the studio. The o my problem was that I felt stuck. Uninspired. So I decide to make a sandwich and listen to episode 99, Dear Discouraged Artist. Tears rolled down my eyes as I sliced the pumpernickel bread, listening to Laura’s motherly voice encouraging me. Letting me know it’s ok to take a step back. To wait. And to let go of the fear that I’m not good enough. Thank you Laura for giving me the reassurance and encouragement to go back to my studio with confident expectations of better days.
  • JD's Abou
    Thank you
    My journey into the art world has taken several years and has introduced me to amazing, talented Artists. I think of it as 6 degrees of separation; how following one artist or taking one course has led me to finding your work and your podcast. This last weeks podcast moved me and I am taking the time to let you know this. I want to thank all of the artists for what they do and for sharing their talents with us during this unprecedented time. Art has been healing for me. I was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer three years ago. I am doing better than I ever thought I would. Finding art and your podcast ( and others like it) have been a big key in my successful journey. I listen to you and Richie and can’t wait to put the new episode on each Wednesday. I follow all of the artists you interview. I am becoming an artist; I hope someday to be an Artist but I’m not there yet. Thank you to you and all artists for the joy you give me on a daily basis. Your podcast has been helping me get through the pandemic and in evicting cancer from my body. I am happy artists continued to sell during this time; I have gladly supported them as they have given me so much.
  • DraAI
    Much less discouraged
    I binged most of your podcasts over the month of June and when I ran out I moved over to another well known art business / consulting podcast. The differences are striking. As much as I’ve learned I need “to do” from the other one, I realized that yours filled me up and made me calm and optimistic, while the other one made me feel like I wasn’t ever going to do enough, especially if I stubbornly persisted in wanting to create instead of “doing what (I) really want to do” (gaslight much?) by setting aside most of the creating aspect of my collage and jewelry and focusing on the business of making money. Gag. I realized when I ran out of content there I felt miserable and stressed. That’s been my last two weeks. I’ve been so close to just selling all my supplies and giving up because ALL THE STUFF I’m “supposed” to be doing (and apparently loving to do?) to be successful are things I sincerely to the bottom of my soul do NOT care about. The moodiness could have been that time, and the full moon, but from life experience I know that every time I’m encouraged to set aside what I enjoy and am good at, in favor of the grind of business and making money (at which I generally fail), I lose hope and interest. I even found myself not sleeping well, and turning back to spending too much time on social media and reading with a cup of crio instead of sitting in my space and using my hands. Then this morning I popped over to your podcast to see if there was new content and lo and behold, you’re addressing exactly what I needed at exactly when I needed it. I haven’t *made* anything in two weeks because I’ve felt so unmotivated and stressed and GUILTY that I can’t seem to do *enough* of the other stuff (SEO optimization, perfect product images, cranking out blog posts, successfully holding events on facebook)(at which I sold NOTHING) and angry that doing just a little of the other stuff takes me HOURS - that I could be spending creating something beautiful. Your podcasts always seem to speak to the reality of how artists feel and what we experience, and your tips and tricks always feel more REAL and valuable, and I so deeply appreciate you guys for being REAL and not pushy. THANK YOU for what you guys do and mostly for who you are. ~Andrea, Rubble Studio, USA
  • photogirlieNJ
    I may never come up for air again
    I have been taking a few of your classes and just started to binge your podcast. I love hearing you and Richie talk! I drive about 12 hours every other weekend to bring my son to his dad for visitation. Your podcasts have been a source of comfort for me during the long rides. Just hearing you talk inspires me, hearing your guest speakers especially Inge and Phoebe really stuck a chord with me. I paint on the weekends when my son is away mostly watercolor and some mixed media. Today, 6.28.20 I did the first layer of layer by layer and I seriously had to force myself up out of the basement - that’s is the space I paint in- to force myself to let the first layer dry. I am now fully addicted to acrylic painting. Thank you so much!
  • CarolineThePeacherie
    Useful, Humorous, and Soothing
    Thank you, Laura & Richie, for providing such a wonderful podcast to the art community! I discovered your podcast a couple weeks ago and have been listening non-stop. I love Laura’s gentle, soothing voice (seriously it’s so calming!) and Richie’s quips. You guys make a great team! And of course the content is right up my ally—I love all things creative. I can’t wait to listen again on my way home from work. Thanks so much! Caroline,
  • Erin Peabody
    Peaceful Podcast!
    Hello Laura! I love listening to your podcast. I am a healthcare professional but also an artist and after a day of caring for others I look forward to unwinding to the podcast. I look forward to what you’ll be talking about and other artists you’ll have on as guests. Keep up the wonderful work. Sincerely, Erin
  • Nyokareed
    Love your show!
    I’ve been listening for a while and just wanted to let you know how much I love the show. I feel like I have learned so much between your podcast and your online classes. I love the playful dynamic between you and Richie. I am (slowly) working to build my own art business and your podcast is such an inspiration! Thank you 💕
  • Ashley DeVrieze
    Real life art talk.
    I’ve been listening to Laura and Richie’s podcast for a few months now and it has become a favorite. Their sincerity and easygoing natures are refreshing and they’re so, so generous with practical tips and ideas, as well as with sharing their own struggles with the life/work balance. I love to listen to this in the studio as well as when I’m seeking a moment of quiet to reframe my mind after a busy day of parenting. Thank you so much! It’s a gift.
  • Mauis_mom
    So inspiring
    It’s like having tea with a friend. Laura is so inspiring! She is the reason I kept moving along with my mid-life career change toward art and design.
  • Katieriescoart
    In love
    I absolutely adore listening to Laura and her husband on this podcast. I’m usually listening at night after I’ve put my kids to bed. They are both so calm and enjoyable to listen to, it has become my favorite podcast to access info as well as to wind down to. Not many artists will share so much and I find they they are so open and willing. It’s really a breathe of fresh air for the art world. What I get from Laura is that she is very free. In many ways art school felt restrictive when I look back in the “rules” I learned. I love how Laura shares how she “plays” with art a lot- let’s her brushes get muddy to see what happens. This is the kind of stuff we learn as children and it’s so so great to be playful with art. It keeps things loose instead of getting too serious. And that’s another point. I gather that Laura doesn’t take herself so seriously, I think she is an incredible artist but I love the devilish laugh she can have while talking to her husband. This world really needs more of these two. Tune in and turn it up. Very inspiring & highly informative.
  • mudnbiscuits
    The dreaded color wheel!
    Laura, your feelings regarding the color wheel are shared by many artists. Me included! I am really enjoying your podcast. I gave up painting about 5 years ago for pottery. With that said, your podcast covers so many aspects of living a creative life that I really relate to. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with us. Linda Peterson Scotch Plains, NJ
  • justinemiller
    Inspiring my creative life!!
    I am a budding/aspiring artist and I found Laura’s podcast about this time last year. I associate so much of my journey as an artist with Laura and her journey/watching her creative business grow! Through the podcast and her online classes she has been the voice in my ear urging me on when I feel crazy for thinking I can turn my creativity into a career! She is honest, genuine, and most importantly extremely inclusive and encouraging of all levels of artists and/or creatives! Thank you so much for all you do Laura and Richie. I hope you find comfort and fulfillment in that your work has inspired and changed my creative life and I’m sure many many others all over the world! Sending peace and love from Boston, MA! Justine Miller
  • Leacayoungart
    From Alaska with LOVE
    This podcast has been my “go to” for about a year. I personally crave authenticity. That’s what I love about this podcast. Whether you’re talking art, marriage, or home life. It’s always authentic. I really appreciate that. I recently started taking your on line classes and I really enjoy your humble approach to art. You are someone I would enjoy having a conversation over a cup of tea with. Thank you for your humility and authenticity.
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