art for your ear : podcast


Yes. A podcast! After quietly writing daily art posts for years, in the spring of 2015 I thought it was time to add a little audio to the visual.

Here’s the idea behind ART FOR YOUR EAR: When I studied art history in university, my favorite part was, well, basically the gossip. I loved hearing why artists did certain things. What was going on in their personal life, stories about other artists they knew and worked with. Up until the rumors, the cat was taking Viagra. ART FOR YOUR EAR is exactly that… inside-scoop stories from amazingly talented contemporary artists. Each episode is just long enough for you to listen while drinking your morning coffee, or during a weekend run, or while working in the studio. Ultimately it’s a chance for all of us to get to know these successful artists, who also happen to be regular people with hilarious stories, before they’re in the art history books. I post episodes every Saturday so that you can start your weekend with a bit of art… for your ear.


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226. ANDY J PIZZA : kindred spirits
225. GEMMA GENE : artsy AF
224. MARY ELLEN MATTHEWS : live from new york
223. PETAH COYNE : a third, a third, a third
222. Talk Easy featuring Marina Abramović
221. PETAH COYNE : broken but beautiful
220. LEAH ROSENBERG : everywhere a color
219. GIO SWABY : love letters
218. SANDY SKOGLUND : believe you HAVE to do it
217. ASHLEY LONGSHORE : there’s no place like home
216. ANDREA LOVE : cooking with wool
215. JACQUELINE TSE : hey, sugar
214. SIRLI RAITMA : getting on with it
213. SANDEEP JOHAL : me in another form
212. CELINE GABRIELLE : fear is a theme
211. ANONG BEAM : tasting chartreuse
210. ELYSE DODGE : mountain ranges and valley girls
209. ANDY J PIZZA : breadcrumbs and allies
208. GIO SWABY : labor and learning
207. EMILY COUNTS : choose your own adventure
206. CARISSA POTTER CARLSON : people i’ve loved
205. KENESHA SNEED : many shapes of clay
204. ANTHONY SONNENBERG : don’t lose the joy
203. JUDI CUMMING : girls like farkles
202. LYDIA RICCI : using glue like a hammer ‘n nail
201. PAINT CHIPS : pennylane shen
200. PETAH COYNE : fifteen seconds
199. NNEKA JONES : the best work comes from experimenting
198. BEVERLY FISHMAN : never let the world define you
196. DANIELLE KRYSA : deep thoughts
195. PAINT CHIPS : martha rich
194. FABIOLA JEAN-LOUIS : create your own magic
193. ANN CARRINGTON : bending spoons (and medieval laws)
192. REBECCA HUTCHINSON : authenticity will never do you wrong
191. ANGELA GOBBENS : mermaid on ice
189. SARAH DETWEILER : hidden mothers
188. ASHLEY LONGSHORE : re-finding joy
187. RACHEL BURKE : jealous of a spider
186. PETAH COYNE : just be wonderful
185. BISA BUTLER : children of the rainbow
184. DIANA WEYMAR : time capsule within a time capsule
182. RONALD JACKSON : it’s about time
181. MIMI POND : mimi and the mitfords
180. CALIDA RAWLES : water, light, and infinite galaxies
179. DEBRA BAXTER : the fortress of solitude
178. AMBER VITTORIA : femininity. her way.
177. SARA SHAKEEL : from pearly whites to sparkly delights
176. WAYNE WHITE : fishin’ with santa claus in heaven
175. MEGAN KRZMARZICK : rituals and running away
174. ELISA VALENTI : people love tush
173. ESTHER PEARL WATSON : puff salad and the great pause
172. MARTHA RICH : microwave cooking for one
171. ASHLEY LONGSHORE : brush your fangs
170. THE KRYSA FAMILY : team quarantine
169. TARA LEWIS : trophies ‘n tiaras
168. DANIELLE KRYSA : numbers on a calendar
167. PENNYLANE SHEN : pennylane made me cry
166. ANDY J PIZZA : busting creative myths 2.0
165. PHIL HANSEN : silver linings and canned peaches
164. TERRENCE PAYNE : social media ‘n ketchup chips
163. NATALIE BAXTER : clearly confused about her role as a woman
162. ASHLEY LONGSHORE : muses ‘n more
161. ART FOR YOUR EAR : putting a bow on 2019
160. ESTHER PEARL WATSON : storytime with epw
159. MARTHA RICH : ask martha
158. PENNYLANE SHEN : too old, too young, too busy
157. ANDY J PIZZA : creative myth busters
156. KATE BINGAMAN-BURT : a little bit wonky
155. SMoCA : the universe is unfolding as it should
154. TERRENCE PAYNE : payne points
153. SAMANTHA FIELDS : sam gets schooled
152. ASHLEY LONGSHORE : optimistic as f*ck
151. HEATHER LENZ : infinite passion
150. SEONNA HONG : peeling paint
149. RICHARD HOLLAND : the tea boy sees mermaids
148. KELSIE GRAZIER : white noise
147. TREY SPEEGLE : warhol ephemera
146. OLA VOLO : there’s no time to be shy
145. ANNIE KEVANS : the recording of art history
144. CHARLES WILKIN : a mental list of dangerous things
143. CAYCE ZAVAGLIA : petrified and totally excited
142. SHANNON D TAYLOR : everything shiny
141. SARA KHAN : mythology and mounds of soil
140. CJ HENDRY : petrol. rent. snacks.
139. ESTHER PEARL WATSON AND MARK TODD : playing jenga under a fool moon
138. EKATERINA POPOVA : from pancakes to painting
137. DOUG MEYER : mowing lawns and making art
136. CLARE CELESTE BÖRSCH : dreaming of tigers
135. ASHLEY LONGSHORE : an artrepreneur’s fempire
134. KAYLEE DALTON : mixing magic
133. JANNA WATSON : finding wildness
132. TERRENCE PAYNE : stuff like that and quilts, ya know
131. SUSANNAH MONTAGUE : enjoy the now
130. STINA PERSSON : buckling can be beautiful
129. ROBERT TOWNSEND : my indiana muse
128. MICHELLE KINGDOM : where our happiness lives
127. AMY SHERALD : use it or lose it
126. AIMÉE HENNY BROWN : foxes ‘n’ hedgehogs
125. PIPPA YOUNG : free to be
124. EUGENIA LOLI : a gift
123. WENDY KAWABATA : paintings, pinholes, and pina coladas
122. LISA WRIGHT : really looking
121. SETH CLARK : on the brink
120. FAYTHE LEVINE : never say never
119. DAN LAM : ugly beautiful
118. ANDY J PIZZA : make waves instead of going with the flow
117. RACHEL DENNY : yak friends
116. VICTORIA VILLASANA : restless curiosity
115. AMBER COWAN : crashing the kiln
114. LEE BOYD : falling off the pencil
113. MONIKA FORSBERG : no one ever wants ducks
112. DAISY PATTON : nostalgia, lots of research … and a ghost
111. LINDSAY ARNOLD : what’s the why
110. SEAN WILLIAM RANDALL : balance, brushstrokes, burning cars
109. MARIKO PATERSON : the hustle is real
108. HEATHER DAY : inconvenient spots along rivers
107. CHARLOTTE KEATES : nothing in nature clashes
106. ANNE SIEMS : showers and shamanism
105. SUMMER CAMP 5 : bad art ’n good snacks
104. SUMMER CAMP 4 : captured through collage
103. SUMMER CAMP 3 : unconventional and absurd
102. SUMMER CAMP 2 : the first mark
101. SUMMER CAMP 1 : au naturel
100. MANDO MARIE : see you through it
099. ZEMER PELED : suitcase full of shards
098. NETTIE WAKEFIELD : bit of a pencil snob
097. MEGHAN HILDEBRAND : m is for mysterious
096. BRIAN DONNELLY : fire, failure, and fatty snacks
095. ANNA HOYLE : humor, how-tos, and hindsight
094. MOLLY HATCH : an opportunistic optimist
093. CAT SETO : a cat in paris
092. JENNY BROWN : starting from square one. again.
091. SAMANTHA FIELDS : if i’m in the zone, leave me alone.
090. AARON SMITH : no excuses, no regrets … lots of beards
089. LORI LARUSSO : cucumber shamu
088. NAOMI VONA : a fearless act
087. ELISE MORRIS : inevitably, it changes
086. JAY DART : greetings from yawnder
085. NATALIE BAXTER : warm guns ’n bloated flags
084. CLAIRE BREWSTER : more love, less fear
083. JANE DENTON : simply complex
082. JUDI CUMMING : hey, mama
081. SHANNON RANKIN : not enough hours in the day
080. TREY SPEEGLE : changing the rules
079. ESZTER BURGHARDT : lands of wool and cake
078. BUNNIE REISS : a disciplined free spirit
077. LISA CONGDON : imposters, egos, inner critics … LIVE in portland
076. KRISTEN MARTINCIC : a passion for process
075. TONYA CORKEY : experiments, risks … and dryer lint
074. ASHLEY GOLDBERG : patterns ’n positive passwords
073. MARTA SPENDOWSKA : starting in the background
072. MARTHA RICH : arma-dino
071. TERRENCE PAYNE : pastels, perfection, and prince
070. JIM BACHOR : ancient art … and potholes
069. RYAN HESHKA : pinups, pulp, comics, and canadiana
068. TINA BERNING : step-by-step. every day.
067. KATE ROHDE : don’t discount small opportunities
066. SANDRA ETEROVIC : i guess i better be an artist now
065. CATHERINE GRAFFAM : cheesiness aside, art gave me purpose
064. AMANDA BRAZIER : red bank red is from my yard
063. ALI CAVANAUGH : modern frescoes and micro evolutions
062. REBECCA LOUISE LAW : painting with flowers
061. EMILY BARLETTA : art. therapy.
060. KATHARINE MORLING : drawing with porcelain
059. REBECCA CHAPERON : magical portals and secret painting parties
058. ERIN M RILEY : comfortable in my skin
057. JAIME ROVENSTINE : jellyfish in a trifle
056. GUNJAN AYLAWADI : take your pleasure seriously
055. SALLY TAYLOR : a giant game of telephone … with art
054. KIRSTIN LAMB : cute and poisonous
053. RACHEL CASTLE : castle in the car
052. SCOTT LISTFIELD : astronauts and dinosaurs
051. ZOË PAWLAK : chance favors those in motion
050. LOLA DONOGHUE : lola, don’t be precious
049. ARIS MOORE : big mouths, ukuleles … but no chins
048. AMANDA HAPPÉ : defiance is my favorite motivator
047. BROOKS SALZWEDEL : who doesn’t like a dinosaur
046. SARAH GEE MILLER : organizing the fray
045. JOËL PENKMAN : it began with biscuits
044. NIKE SCHROEDER : nothing is a mistake
043. ANDREA D’AQUINO : discipline … and a bit of chance
042. CAMILLA ENGMAN : distant friends
041. STEPHANIE K CLARK : painting with thread
040. SUSANNA BAUER : i’m a bit impatient
039. XOCHI SOLIS : paper nerds unite
038. SAMANTHA FRENCH : ebb and flow
037. HAGAR VARDIMON : hunting for paper
036. CASEY ROBERTS : nature nerd
035. KIANA MOSLEY : late one night …
034. LEAH GIBERSON : hello, me?
033. AUTUMN REESER : soul of a rose, skin of a rhino
032. MARYANNE MOODIE : textiles, treasures, and a new tribe
031. HAPPY HOLIDAYS : the best gift ever …
030. WAYNE WHITE : hoozy thinky iz
029. BOBBIE BURGERS : welcome to boburg
028. ESTHER PEARL WATSON : ufos, diaries, and underdogs
027. SIDNEY PINK : what charms you
026. JESSICA BRILLI : big salad
025. ASHLEY MISTRIEL : fill the whole ream
024. JESSICA BELL : you can’t make art in the cracks
023. MICHELLE KOHANZO : a nod to creativity
022. KATE BINGAMAN-BURT : make piles of crap
021. DEBRA BROZ : a really slow magician
020. KELLY PUISSEGUR : almost happy
019. JAIME DERRINGER : design milk by day & sketchbooks by night
018. TIFFANIE TURNER : blossoms & burlesque
017. KATE WOODROW : a pitch on a silver platter
016. MAX WANGER : photography was not in the picture
015. HOLLIE CHASTAIN : i sandwich everything in that stuff
014. RACHEL RYLE : latte foam, goop, and gumption
013. LISA GOLIGHTLY : if it scares you, do it
012. MARK BRADLEY-SHOUP : walk the walk
011. ROBERT NOVOGRATZ : how much for the tape measure?
010. LISA CONGDON : push through the messiness
009. VINCENT SERRITELLA : painted into a corner
008. MARY KATE MCDEVITT : you’re in cider town
007. BEN SKINNER : equal or lesser value
006. AMANDA SMITH : girls are my vocabulary
005. PEREGRINE HONIG : on the other side of pop culture
004. TREY SPEEGLE : good luck with that
003. STEPHANIE VOVAS : comfort zones and lack thereof
002. ANTHONY ZINONOS : if it buckles, it buckles
001. MARTHA RICH : meat and cake and lobsters and wigs































comments (187)

  1. sophia vincent-guy /// 05.29.2015 /// 11:19am

    What a cool blog idea you have going on, so glad I stumbled upon it. Looking forward to checking out your podcast.

  2. Tracey Sandoval /// 06.05.2015 /// 8:05pm

    I friggin’ love your podcasts! I’ve listened to both, plus the little 1 min intro, and I’m hooked! I can’t wait for the next one, and I’m crossing my fingers that you get hooked and start doing one every week! And then 2/week, and then daily… Ok, the collage glue has gone to my head, please forgive me.
    Anywho, good luck! You’re awesome!

  3. the jealous curator /// 06.05.2015 /// 11:38pm

    yay! thank you so much… and wait no longer… episode 3 just went up!

  4. Because the internet doesn’t pause when you’re busy | /// 07.13.2015 /// 6:49pm

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  5. Leah MacFarlane /// 08.01.2015 /// 9:10am

    I LOVE the podcast! So inspiring, so interesting to hear all the different ways people are working. Can’t wait to source some 2″ cubes and hand letter some shiz. Thank you SO MUCH from all the artists for this insightful window!

  6. Mary Mooney /// 08.11.2015 /// 3:15pm

    HOORAY! I love listening to these while I work. I’ve been needing a new podcast since I devoured all of Grace Bonney’s After the Jump.

  7. the jealous curator /// 08.11.2015 /// 4:38pm

    thanks so much mary! i love the idea of artists listening while they work!

  8. Harriet Hoult /// 08.12.2015 /// 2:44pm

    I am getting in touch and sending you my website because I would love to be featured on The Jealous Curator! Thanks, Harriet

  9. It’s A Thing Of Beauty #4 | /// 09.01.2015 /// 7:37am

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  10. Diana Toledano /// 09.22.2015 /// 7:20pm

    Hi Danielle,

    I’m loving the podcast. It helps me feel less lonely while I draw in the studio… It’s almost like having a co-worker for a little while.

    Keep up the good work,

  11. What do you listen to all day? /// 10.02.2015 /// 2:01am

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  12. JP Wackenstedt /// 10.06.2015 /// 2:34pm

    Love the podcasts! I’m a new mom and can’t get into the studio at the moment and am sooo enjoying at least hearing about other people making art!
    (Just listened to the Lisa Golightly podcast and I have total phone phobia too! Hate ordering pizza, making appointments, etc. and try to do EVERYTHING online LOL. I didn’t know it was a thing!)

  13. the jealous curator /// 10.06.2015 /// 5:48pm

    ha! so funny! welcome to the club (on so many levels!) ; )

  14. Crystal Foth /// 10.24.2015 /// 11:05am

    Hi Danielle! I can’t tell you how much I love your podcast… I’m an artist at heart who pursued my BFA (Illustration) then dove into working in Hollywood only to find my soul empty… and had to get back into art. For the last 18 years I’ve been and art teacher and studio manager for a chain of art studios in LA. I’ve been so busy being a manager and a mom that the artist has been on hold. Only lately have I started to find her again. Listening to your podcast has me pulling off the road while driving to write down ideas that keep coming to me for art. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. Your interview style is wonderful and I just love hearing you chat with such amazing artists!! I listened to all of them and can’t wait for new ones on Saturdays. <3

  15. the jealous curator /// 10.24.2015 /// 4:40pm

    oh! that’s so fantastic crystal!!! … and i’m so glad you’re pulling over before taking notes 😉

  16. Listening. My Studio Soundtrack. - artsy forager /// 11.12.2015 /// 9:33am

    […] And then there are times when music just doesn’t fit.  Usually when I’m gessoing or at the very beginning of new work, I find myself craving conversation and podcasts fill the bill.  My favorite these days is Danielle Krysa‘s ( aka The Jealous Curator ) Art for Your Ear. […]

  17. Melissa McCobb Hubbell /// 11.13.2015 /// 1:49pm

    Hi Danielle! First of all I want to thank “the universe” that I came across your podcast – and then of course I want to THANK YOU for doing it! I had heard of you and your blog, and have your book – but you and the artists you interview are so REAL now. I look up the artists in Creative Block as I listened to the podcasts and its wonderful to hear them talk about their process, life and difficulties, fears, vulnerability. Not to be corny but I feel like I’m listening to a friend and I needed an art friend… I’m 56, have been an artist/creator of some sort of another all my life but found myself going down art/market paths that were often so not me. To make money I really got caught up in the cutesy “shabby chic” world. I don’t hate that stuff but its not my soul. So I just quit social media, selling and sort of disappeared. The last three years have been really tough for my husband and me. We moved far away from everything I know and felt so isolated and lonely. BUT I started painting again.. just painting. Painting over paintings.. completely unplanned and organic and almost trance like – but never “finished” This was really good for my soul – but I really need to make an income and don’t see it coming from these paintings. I’ve been reading, watching online tutorials (Lisa Congdon, etc..) but I’m freaking out how to stay true to myself and make an income. But I find myself so JEALOUS of all the projects, ideas, interaction, support, youth and FRIENDS… but I’m working on it. In any case sorry to go on & on (embarresing) … Mostly I want to say thank you and how I wish I could get to the point where I could be part of your “art tribe”.
    KEEP AT IT! xox Melissa

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  22. Cristine Cambrea /// 01.02.2016 /// 7:46am

    Hey there,
    I came across your site on pintrest. My art was saved to a board with lots of yours too. I’ve spent my morning reading your posts. Great writer! Iv’e enjoyed it. Thank you 🙂 I’m taking a new leap myself. Scary but exciting. I’d love if you’d check out my work. my art: / my gallery boutique:
    Happy new year and best wishes with your leap.

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  24. Morgan Gesell /// 01.13.2016 /// 5:24pm

    Danielle, I have been binge listening to the podcast this past week and I’m so hooked. Afterwards I always feel so pumped to make art and I already feel like I’ve learned so many things to help push my own art practice forward. I’ve been following the blog for years and I feel very lucky to own a few pieces and prints by various artists you’ve introduced me to. And now I’ve heard some of them talk, it has just been an awesome full circle art experience for me. It’s very touching hearing the artists thank you for all you do. I also want to thank you! You make the art world so accessible and through your podcast you make the art world seem a little less intimidating. You always say that these artists will end up in the art history books one day, and that is probably true, but I think there is an excellent chance that your name will go down in history as a curator who elevates artists for the sheer joy of it. What you do is freaking amazing.

  25. the jealous curator /// 01.13.2016 /// 6:50pm

    oh my goodness.. thanks morgan! that made me tear up a tiny bit. thank you so much – that literally made my day xo

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  28. emeline /// 02.13.2016 /// 12:58pm

    What to say… I feel exactly like Morgan.. binge listening on my drives. There have been tears. There have been a WAIT A MINUTE, I KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS. A lot of running home and playing in sketchbooks. A lot of self-acceptance.
    And so, Morgan is totally right. Over and over, I hear your artists thanking you, I hear you saying that you need to take your own advice. What I know for sure, is that you’re going down in those books: as an artist, as an art facilitator and as the greatest spokesperson for contemporary artists. Thank you for doing the work you do, my life has been impacted by it. Greatly.

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  38. Heather Joy Miller /// 04.30.2016 /// 5:21pm

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  44. Michelle Wood /// 08.17.2016 /// 10:01am

    Hi Danielle,

    Just a note to tell you how much I am enjoying your podcasts! I recently discovered them and you’ve been in my ear ever since! You do an amazing job interviewing the artists. Your sincere interest in them and appreciation for their art is evident. I just downloaded your book and I’m sure I’ll enjoy it equally.

    Many cheers~
    Michelle Wood

  45. the jealous curator /// 08.17.2016 /// 11:24am

    thanks michelle! : )

  46. Danielle Krysa The Jealous Curator - Creative Habits Podcast /// 08.21.2016 /// 9:34am

    […] with “amazingly talented contemporary artists” which she then shares on her podcast Art for Your Ear. Have a listen, you will soon be enchanted by the voice and person who is The Jealous Curator and […]

  47. Ina /// 08.24.2016 /// 2:17pm

    I Love your podcast. The questions you do, it’s all we wanna hear from these inspiring artists!! 🙂 \o/
    a hint: It would be nice if the podcast page gets boxes with a photo and a small description. It’s just because sometimes people are in a hurry or working, and we have to open each link, to read and look the work, whilst if it’s visual would make life easier 🙂

  48. the jealous curator /// 08.26.2016 /// 7:50am

    note taken, thanks ina 🙂

  49. Kristine /// 08.29.2016 /// 4:22am

    I just happened upon this site while looking for art podcasts. This is JUST what I have been looking for. I am eager to share this resource with my high school art students. I have been sharing the work of Esther Pearl Watson for years with my 8th graders, and now I can feel like I know her (or just a little bit!) just finished Catherine Graffam’s interview and not only do I marvel at the paintings, I feel like I hold her in my heart. Finally, I am touched that art teachers have a reoccurring role in these interviews. Danielle, thank you.

  50. the jealous curator /// 08.29.2016 /// 9:41am

    oh, thank YOU kristine. art teachers are so important – thanks for everything you do!

  51. “The Jealous Curator” | her spirits rose… /// 08.30.2016 /// 7:04am

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  53. Part 2 – Bibliography | organicmathca /// 09.19.2016 /// 1:21am

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  54. 38/52 – Little Jar of Happiness /// 09.29.2016 /// 6:29am

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  55. Danielle Krysa: Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk | Smart Creative Art /// 11.16.2016 /// 5:11am

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  56. Joseph Bigley /// 12.23.2016 /// 6:45am

    Just found your podcast and have been really enjoying it.
    During you discussing with Anthony Zinonos you had mentioned his preferred adhesive for collage, something that sounds like, “OO HOO stick” (?).
    I wasn’t able to find any online and was wondering if I might trouble you for a source as coincidently I got into collage the day I found the podcast and Zinonos was the first conversation I came across.

  57. the jealous curator /// 12.23.2016 /// 8:22am

    hi joe! it’s just a glue stick, spelled UHU : )

  58. Listening. Podcasts. - artsy forager /// 01.12.2017 /// 9:31am

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  59. Artistic Inspirations /// 01.22.2017 /// 2:25am

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  60. Kate Cagle /// 01.24.2017 /// 6:20am

    As a new Mom hearing from other artists that it is okay to take a beat before starting to make again has been so reassuring. I spent some serious time beating myself up for not having any drive or inspiration to make. I loved in the podcast with your Mom how you guys touched on maintaining your identity and having something for yourself besides being “Mom.” Thank you so much for shedding light on this aspect of being a Mom and an Artist, and thank you for your podcast.

  61. the jealous curator /// 01.24.2017 /// 9:20am

    my pleasure… glad it helped! enjoy every moment with your sweet baby! there’s lots of time for making ahead xo

  62. The Sugar Plum Fairy – Madame Fourmilion /// 01.26.2017 /// 2:35am

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  63. Jeanine /// 01.31.2017 /// 7:35am

    Geez! I been following you forever and never knew til last week that you have a podcast! DUH! Getting to my creative corner and tuning in for inspiration! Thank you for being so amazing at what you do and for sharing SOO much with us! You were very much one of my biggest inspirations when I started blogging years ago. (Not blogging much anymore but still inspired deeply!). Thanks again!

  64. Блоги, подкасты и каналы иллюстраторов! — Julia Prohotskaya /// 02.01.2017 /// 4:38am

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  65. 10 Podcasts I'm Obsessed With | Chrysta Hooper Designs /// 02.03.2017 /// 6:34am

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  66. Barbara Serry Stoehr /// 02.13.2017 /// 6:52pm

    Hi! I’m loving the podcast so much! Home with a new baby and it’s helping keep my brain working and happy while I sneak into my studio for a few minutes a day. Thank you! Also, I’m a huge fan of Sally Kind Benedict and would be so excited to hear her on the show.

  67. Barbara Serry Stoehr /// 02.13.2017 /// 6:52pm

    Sally *King Benedict

  68. How to Stay Sane in the Midst of Traffic Chaos | Hello, words! /// 02.15.2017 /// 8:49pm

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  69. Those are top 10 art & design podcasts we're listening to right now /// 03.21.2017 /// 1:51pm

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  70. Ana Vallejo /// 03.22.2017 /// 2:33pm

    Hi Danielle I discovered your podcast a few months ago and listening to all the stories of the artists have given me more confidence in what I do. Thank you! About changing anything in the Podcast (please don’t stop doing it! we want more art for your ear!) I wanted to suggest you about picking different topics? I would be also really interested in listening more about how other artists perceive their work and topics they deal with. I just hope, we’ll have more every week!


  71. Cassia Cogger on Being Open to New Ideas, Avoiding Complacency, Being Consistent, and the Art of Simplification - Cracking Creativity Episode 71 - Marketing Your Art the Right Way /// 03.28.2017 /// 4:38am

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  72. Susan Hays /// 04.07.2017 /// 9:32am

    Hi Danielle,
    I simply ADORE your podcast and your daily postings. I am still catching up and was SO happy to hear that you are not ending the podcast after 100. I hope you have a wonderful break over the summer with your family and will look forward to your return in the fall. I would like you to check out Katie Daisy and consider if you think this would be a possible interview? I stumbled upon her book “How to be a Wallflower” and then her website. Her studio is a place that I would like to live in! I find her art beautiful and I would love to hear you and her have a conversation! Thanks for all you do….Creative Block changed my life and I thoroughly enjoyed Your Inner Critic as well!

    Thanks so much,


  73. Susan Hays /// 04.07.2017 /// 9:49am

    Oops….WILDFLOWER….not wallflower…..I am so embarrassed….lol

  74. 4 Binge-Worthy Podcasts - Meg Biram /// 04.17.2017 /// 2:00am

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  75. Top 25 Art Blogs to Jump Start Your Creativity – ViralBandit /// 04.26.2017 /// 1:56pm

    […] site has been publishing “art that makes you jealous” daily and now has a successful podcast and set of books about fighting your inner critic and moving past creative […]

  76. Casagranda /// 05.03.2017 /// 7:44am

    Thanks for the list very much.

  77. Misty Granade » Women I’m Learning From /// 05.18.2017 /// 5:31am

    […] The Jealous Curator Podcast I have loved, loved, loved hearing Danielle talk to all of the artists she’s talked to over the course of her podcast. The artists there by turns comfort me and challenge me. I always go away with a sense of joy in the work. That’s so valuable since I work alone. […]

  78. Take Time Out for Yourself Resources | Swatch & Repeat /// 06.05.2017 /// 9:07pm

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  79. Top Art Blogs and Podcasts | Artist Strong /// 06.12.2017 /// 4:38am

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  80. 13 of the Best Creative Podcasts Offering Great Advice and Endless Inspiration – ViralBandit /// 06.19.2017 /// 3:19pm

    […] Art For Your Ear: Danielle Krysa of the contemporary art blog Jealous Curator started Art For Your Ear in 2015. “When I studied art history in university,” she explains, “my favorite part was, well, basically the gossip. I loved hearing why artists did certain things.” Over 100 episodes later, she’s heard touching and hilarious stories from My Modern Met favorites like Zemer Peled and Rebecca Louise Law. […]

  81. 13 of the Best Creative Podcasts Offering Great Advice and Endless Inspiration – Fruitide /// 06.19.2017 /// 5:19pm

    […] Art For Your Ear: Danielle Krysa of the contemporary art blog Jealous Curator started Art For Your Ear in 2015. “When I studied art history in university,” she explains, “my favorite part was, well, basically the gossip. I loved hearing why artists did certain things.” Over 100 episodes later, she’s heard touching and hilarious stories from My Modern Met favorites like Zemer Peled and Rebecca Louise Law. […]

  82. Julie Crews /// 07.31.2017 /// 9:28am

    You saved my life and kept me from crashing. So, yeah, I wanted to drop you a little line and say thanks. Last weekend (on little sleep) I drove to south Louisiana to hang a show. Listening to your podcasts while driving the 4 hours to get there and again on the way back, kept me alert and attentive. I especially enjoyed that as I listened, the images of the artist’s work developed in my mind until finally I couldn’t stand it any longer and I had to look it up. It was fun to see how close the actual imagery was to my imagination. Thank you for bringing all of the tribe closer.

  83. the jealous curator /// 07.31.2017 /// 3:13pm

    Ah, I love that I got to tag along on your road trip, Julie! 🙂

  84. Moni Lillywhite /// 09.06.2017 /// 7:20am

    I love this podcast as a companion when I’m working, it is fun, enlightening and inspirational. You sound very approachable and friendly and incredibly cool. Thanks for sharing the art joy. Can you recommend some of your favourite podcasts please? 🙂

  85. the jealous curator /// 09.07.2017 /// 6:29am

    thanks so much 🙂 hm… i don’t really listen to any art podcasts to be honest, but i do like ‘invisibilia’, ‘how to be amazing with michael ian black’

  86. How to find your brand voice (literally) – UNSORTED /// 09.14.2017 /// 1:19am

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  87. My Top 5 Podcasts For Creativity - Kerri Sheila Design /// 09.24.2017 /// 8:34am


  88. Fighting Your Inner Critic With Danielle Krysa | Type A Creative Podcast /// 10.04.2017 /// 3:27pm

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  89. GSA Careers Service Bulletin – gsacareers /// 10.30.2017 /// 2:18am

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  90. The Top Five Podcasts for Artists – Sharon England ART /// 11.14.2017 /// 5:31pm

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  91. Kevin Cardani /// 11.18.2017 /// 6:52pm

    You should look at interviewing Martin Hsu. He is a San Francisco based artist who does very nice work.
    You should also interview Yoskay Yamamoto. He is an LA based artist who has great stuff as well.
    Thank you

  92. 5 Ways to Find Creative Inspiration – GOODALL CREATIVE /// 01.17.2018 /// 8:36pm

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  93. Gadget and gizmo gab: My 8 favorite creative podcast – The New Media Plume /// 01.23.2018 /// 4:48pm

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  94. Podcasts That You Need In Your Life RIGHT NOW | Joy Factory Films | Promotions, Animations, Online Content, Commercials, Video Production and Weddings | Kamloops, B.C. /// 01.25.2018 /// 11:17am

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  95. Ensimmäinen kuukausi eletty: vuoden suunnitelmat ja tammikuun parhaat – Wisteria Walk /// 01.28.2018 /// 10:44am

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  96. Listen Up! 7 of our Favorite Art Podcasts - Off the Highline /// 02.07.2018 /// 10:50am

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  97. Karen /// 03.04.2018 /// 2:08pm

    I’m looking forward to listening.

  98. Exceptional Podcasts for Artists — The Charmed Studio /// 05.14.2018 /// 4:06pm

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  99. art-podcast-grid-uproxx.jpg – carlosbastarache216 /// 05.14.2018 /// 4:06pm

    […] The Jealous Curator is an interesting take on the art podcast format. Host Danielle Krysa takes a step back from the art and looks at the lives of the artists. It’s a look behind the curtain of what it’s like living as an artist today and all the absurdity, hilarity, failures, and triumphs therein. It’s fun, informative, and an easy listen. […]

  100. Resources for Artists - Christine Olmstead /// 05.24.2018 /// 4:01am

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  101. The Best Art Podcasts to Listen to in Your Studio | ArtMoi Blog /// 06.04.2018 /// 12:15pm

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  102. Sunday afternoon musings | Rebecca Holden | From the studio /// 06.30.2018 /// 9:29pm

    […] after giving myself permission, a friend and fellow artist put me on to The Jealous Curator (Danielle if you ever read this you’re awesome! Thanks for sharing, for talking to others, […]

  103. 5 Podcasts that motivate and inspire – My Art Resources /// 07.25.2018 /// 8:12am

    […] The Jealous Curator – Art for your Ear Inside-scoop stories from amazingly talented contemporary artists. Each episode is just long enough for you to listen while drinking your morning coffee, or during a weekend run, or while working in the studio. Ultimately it’s a chance for all of us to get to know these successful artists, who also happen to be regular people with hilarious stories, before they’re in the art history books. […]

  104. Art Herstory. – Jen Palmer /// 08.31.2018 /// 7:45pm

    […] their place in all of this.  This is exactly why I was so excited to discover a podcast called, Art for Your Ear, by The Jealous Curator (Danielle Krysa). There is much dialogue about all the varied valid ways […]

  105. luci /// 09.03.2018 /// 2:36am

    I paint and draw listening to this podcasts, it is a balsam :D. Interview Yuko Shimizu please !

  106. the jealous curator /// 09.03.2018 /// 7:04am

    thank you, luci : )

  107. Kara /// 09.07.2018 /// 10:37am

    Hi! – Are you done creating podcast episodes? or just taking a break.

  108. the jealous curator /// 09.07.2018 /// 12:21pm

    taking a summer break … first one back is TOMORROW! : )

  109. Dishing with Danielle Krysa; aka The Jealous Curator - Two Artists Walk Into A Bar /// 09.20.2018 /// 11:15am

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  110. Top 25 Art Podcasts You Must Subscribe and Listen To - Pk-celebrating /// 11.03.2018 /// 4:08am

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  111. James Victore /// 11.20.2018 /// 5:58am

    Howdy, Danielle Krysa

    As you may have heard, I have a new book coming out titled, “Feck Perfuction: Dangerous Ideas on the Business of Life” (Chronicle 2019). The book is a toolkit to help creatives live, work and create freely and fearlessly. An unedited sample would be attached below, but you don’t have a space for that, so I will forward this through your email.

    I’d love to be a guest on your Jealous Curator podcast to chat about the creative life and share stories. My publisher asks that any podcasts I record be released after March 4, so there is ample time to plan and record this.

    Let me know if you have any questions or if we can schedule a date to chat.

    Cheers and best wishes, James

  112. Weekly Inspiration & Joy: simple question, amazement & truth - Laura Gaffke /// 03.18.2019 /// 8:10am

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  113. Claire Morris-Weight /// 03.22.2019 /// 5:07am

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  117. courtney vandenham /// 05.06.2019 /// 10:55am

    Hi Danielle, I soooooo love your podcasts (just discovered them) and have read your blog in the past. I am a Calgary gal and so appreciate the Canadian content and references. I am an Art college drop out and can relate to your stories. Thank you soooo much for what you do.

  118. Nicole D. Porter /// 05.06.2019 /// 4:23pm

    Will “Art for Your Ear” be returning?

  119. the jealous curator /// 05.06.2019 /// 9:00pm

    hi nicole – yep, one day. my dad died very suddenly a few months ago and the thought of recording an hour long conversation with a stranger is still just a bit too overwhelming … but one day it won’t be 🙂

  120. Nicole D. Porter /// 05.07.2019 /// 8:21am

    Oh my goodness. My heart goes out to you and all of your family. I do understand what you’re going through (my mom).

    Know that you are missed and what you do for artists (including very small, just this side of hobby artists like me) is invaluable.

    Find laughter!

  121. Corinne Leles /// 05.18.2019 /// 11:40am

    Hi Danielle, I love listening to your Podcast and it has been so empowering to hear other artists discuss their personal journeys. I recently went back to school to get my masters in library and information science. I’m not sure what you do in regards to preserving your podcast but you should really listen to this other podcast aptly titled “Preserving this Podcast” ( What you have created is so valuable and I would love to know that it’s access will move forward. Thank you for all you do.

  122. the jealous curator /// 05.18.2019 /// 2:35pm

    hm. thank you! good to know … i’ll listen : )

  123. Escape life for awhile... - Laura Gaffke /// 06.12.2019 /// 8:14am

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  124. “sam gets schooled” : AFYE ep.153 – Constructpunk /// 10.16.2019 /// 6:25am

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  125. sheena liam – Constructpunk /// 10.16.2019 /// 6:32am

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  126. “optimistic as f*ck” : AFYE ep.152 – Constructpunk /// 10.16.2019 /// 6:33am

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  127. “payne points with terrence payne” – Cyber Museum /// 10.18.2019 /// 8:48pm

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  128. Top 10 Contemporary Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019 – Finance Market House /// 12.24.2019 /// 6:15pm

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  129. Top 10 Contemporary Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019 – Urban Market Place /// 12.24.2019 /// 7:18pm

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  130. Top 10 Contemporary Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019 – Max News /// 12.24.2019 /// 8:21pm

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  132. Top 10 Contemporary Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019 | Welcome /// 12.24.2019 /// 10:26pm

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  133. Top 10 Contemporary Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019 – Singles In The World /// 12.25.2019 /// 12:49am

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  138. Top 10 Contemporary Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019 | Mountain CrossFit News /// 12.25.2019 /// 10:07am

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  140. Top 10 Contemporary Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019 – My Blog /// 12.25.2019 /// 9:51pm

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  146. Favorite Podcasts | Rachel Petruccillo /// 01.03.2020 /// 11:34am

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  147. Mary Little /// 01.23.2020 /// 10:12am

    Hi, listening to your podcast where you asked for names of male artists that use craft – look at Michael Cooper (makes sculpture sometimes featuring guns, many cars). He has just the same tortured conversation about art/craft, and concerned that he isn’t taken seriously by the art world.

  148. the jealous curator /// 01.23.2020 /// 8:51pm

    oh great! thanks mary 🙂

  149. Silver linings & embracing limitations - KUKILEAF /// 02.11.2020 /// 10:01pm

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  150. Ken Miller /// 03.24.2020 /// 8:58am

    I was wondering about the process for sponsoring a podcast episode.

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  159. Karrieanne Warren /// 09.04.2020 /// 12:38pm

    Aloha Danielle,
    Oh My Goodness, I am finally doing it. I finally worked up the courage to send you an email. I have spent the last year getting inspired by you podcast and all the artists that you feature. I just finished listening to the podcast with Terrence Payne about social media. You talked about how you find artists, so I decided I better take this chance.
    I paint neon signs. I love making my paintings look like someone turned on the light switch. I would love to know what you think. I am hoping you find them as dreamy and beautiful as I do.
    I am an emerging artists, like I still have on my PJs and just got out of bed. Currently I am heading toward the shower and getting ready. I have spent the last two years furiously making art, drawing and painting daily. I had an break-through when I started painting the neon signs. I have curated my two instagram pages, @Karrieannee and @karrieannepaints, to make sure my work isn’t all over the place. I have one for my daily drawings and one for painting.
    I try to make art everyday, but I do take breaks while I work a full time job working with teens.
    I am hoping you really like my work. I think it is right up your ally with my bold use of color and a little magical light.
    Thank you so much for your time. I am in awe of what you created and look forward to all the wonderful things that are still to come.

    Wow, I did it.

  160. Marcelina /// 12.30.2020 /// 12:05pm

    Hi there,

    Would you like to speak to Emeron Radisich, the art curator of innovative digital art gallery Taby, on how in order for the art world to survive and flourish post-pandemic, the art world needs to take digital proactive measures.

    While the pandemic has forced traditional art galleries to close or limit admittance, art enthusiasts are turning to digital art galleries like Taby to fill the gap on how art is exchanged..Taby is the new popular online art gallery that features exhibitions of limited edition artworks from the world’s leading artists, while also providing high-quality, ready-to-hang prints.
    The current exhibition, Arabic Pop, which will terminate anytime soon in the present month, blending 60’s pop art conventions with contemporary Middle Eastern themes.

    Taby’s art curator, Emerson Radisich, is a distinguished internationally published writer and educator who holds his Masters in Art Curatorship. Mr. Radisichcan comment on how Taby is different from traditional galleries and the advantages of online art galleries:

    ● Artists are Treated Better: Unlike traditional galleries, Taby foots all the production costs for the artist, producing high-quality prints at a reasonable price point. Artists keep their originals, and profits are distributed between Taby, the artist, and a selected charity.
    ● Each exhibition supports a relevant social cause: The current exhibition (ending soon),Arabic Pop, ties to Gaza Sky Geeks, a Palestinian nonprofit working with teens and entrepreneurs to provide high-speed internet access, facilities, and mentorship with the intention of improving and upgrading the Palestinian digital community.
    ● New Wave of Art: Taby forges a new generation of artists, pushing digital formats to the forefront with artists like Shahad Nazer, Adige Batur, and Ben Ramzy.

    Let us know if you’d like to speak to Mr. Radisich about Taby or the upcoming Graffiti Exhibition featuring artists for social change, and if you have a preferred time of availability.

    Thank you and talk soon,
    Elkordy Strategies

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  164. Khyati /// 03.24.2021 /// 8:02am

    Hi, I feel like I know you because you have been sitting in my ear like over the past year and inspired me to make a stART. I have recognised myself in so many of the people you have interviewed and hope that one day I too will also have a story to tell and not just tell my dads story (who is a brilliant artist that desreves to be celebrated). When I became a mother I lost the job curatorial job that I loved so much, I have been trying build a freelance creative career ever since, you have made it seem possible, one day, hopefully, and for that I thank you for the inspiration.

  165. the jealous curator /// 03.26.2021 /// 7:47am

    you can do it!!!

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  167. kathy halper /// 04.17.2021 /// 11:27am

    Thank you so much for the first 15 (?) minutes of episode 201:Paint Chips. I found your personal story about your relationship with “slow” art, as well as your health issues so relatable. The fear of starting something new. The conviction to keep going even when it’s feels futile. And the joy of discovering something wonderful at the end of the journey. I’ve been there. I’ll be there again. It helps to hear you articulate it so earnestly. Thank you.

  168. the jealous curator /// 04.19.2021 /// 9:04am

    thanks kathy 🙂

  169. Mary /// 04.17.2021 /// 2:06pm

    I can’t thank you enough for these podcasts! The last one I listened to was episode 200 and it was so refreshing to hear you and Petah talk -from the mentor process to the interview itself. It confirmed a lot of the things I have been thinking lately about the direction of my own art process. We moved to a new state (in the middle of the pandemic) and now I finally have space to work and I am happy to say I have finally started a regular art practice again after taking a long hiatus (for lots of reasons, part of which included starting a family- my kids are teens now). And I hear ya on those art professors from the 90’s. I have some stories about that too! These podcasts are like food for my soul and they encourage me to keep going. I feel like my work is currently going in many directions and I am in the beginning stages of finding my voice again. I know that I will get there eventually and I’m learning to be patient. The artist interviews and Art in Your Inbox have inspired me so much. I will not give up. Thank you so much!

  170. the jealous curator /// 04.19.2021 /// 9:04am

    oh, thanks so much mary 🙂 xo

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  174. Debbie /// 07.20.2021 /// 12:51pm

    Hi Danielle,

    Do you have an application process or a some type of protocol for getting on your podcast? I’d love the opportunity. Thank You, Debbie

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  176. Bobby Rossi /// 04.18.2022 /// 11:42am


    I am reaching out on behalf of Tyler Loftis, an American fine art painter. We believe he would be an ideal guest for your show to speak about the art world, art history and how art can play a significant role in everyone’s daily life. His mission to make art accessible to everyone has led him to create multiple platforms which include Portraits For Purpose, an ongoing charitable initiative as well as AllArtWorks, a platform that supports independent artists in selling their work to the public.

    His personal career has led him to work with the likes of Paul Resika, Alex Katz and even sell his work privately surpassing the 6-7 figure price range outside the traditional gallery system. This has allowed him to continue his mission of outward awareness of the arts and giving back to the community as a whole.

    He speaks prolifically on the subject and has an amazing way of vocalizing how art is so important to everyone in this world and how all of us can participate in our own way.

    You can see some of his work and more details of himself here:
    As for his initiatives mentioned above, you can find them at:

    Would love to speak further and connect you for further discussion.

    Much appreciated,


  177. Judy Rosenbaum /// 11.29.2022 /// 3:10pm

    I miss your interviews! Will you be resuming the podcast?
    Thank you.

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  181. Linda Tat /// 05.22.2023 /// 3:52pm

    Hi Danielle,

    Would you be interested in interviewing Brett Kaufman, CEO and Founder of Kaufman Development (as featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Fast Company) for The Jealous Curator podcast? 

    Kaufman is the founder of Gravity, the largest conscious community in the world  located in the Columbus, Ohio Franklinton Art District.
    On June 24, 2023 the Gravity neighborhood will host the largest display of public art in Columbus, Ohio with their annual Mural Festival, inviting renowned artists to showcase their masterpieces. This year’s Gravity Mural Festival will host five internationally renowned artists including Okuda, OG Millie, Chor, Adele, and Pantone. Kaufman is also the host of a highly successful podcast the Gravity Podcast and can bring a large audience to your show.

    In an interview setting, Kaufman can provide on:

    1. What is a conscious community? And, how is art an important component of conscious communities?
    2. The direct connection between public art and mental health (especially since it’s Mental Health Awareness Month)
    3. Why businesses, companies and communities should invest in public art, and effects public art have on a community at large
    4. How the Gravity Neighborhood has become a haven for local artists through their Artist Residency program.

    Please let me know if you’d be interested in an interview with Kaufman and I can set up a quick meeting! More info about Kaufman is in his bio below.

    Thanks for your consideration!

    Linda Tat
    Disrupt PR | AccountManager
    Website: | Mobile: 951-5368710 | Email:  



    Where else can you indulge in a sound bath on the second floor of your apartment complex? Gravity, the only ‘conscious community’ in the world, allows individuals to thrive in unthinkable ways. Kaufman Development; is an innovative company that hardly classifies itself as a real estate group. Kaufman is revolutionizing the industry with a philosophy that focuses on creating conscious communities deeply rooted in long-term well-being, expression, and impact. The Columbus-based firm has set out to build environments where people can thrive for years to come through Kaufman’s comprehensive services – ranging from investment to construction management.

    The largest project, Kaufman’s Gravity Neighborhood, flourishes in the Franklinton Arts District in Columbus. Gravity is a conscious community designed with intentionality, creativity and purpose. Embrace luxury penthouses, sociable shared dwellings, and traditional apartments amidst eclectic event programming – mindfulness meetings to rooftop yoga and beyond – alongside public art installations captivating senses while educating. Kaufman also recently launched Green|House, a series of development projects that prioritize health and well-being while creating a place of healing and transformation infused with nature. 

    Founder Brett Kaufman has a decorated 18-year history in real estate development, earning the prestigious titles of Developer and Entrepreneur of the Year from both Building Industry Association and Ernst & Young. But beyond accolades is his passion for innovation that drives him to continuously improve how people live their lives. Since founding Kaufman Development in 2010, he’s been responsible for 10,000 homes as well as various commercial projects – all designed with intention to positively impact the world we share, one community at a time.

  182. Timothy Gordon /// 08.03.2023 /// 12:10pm

    Dear Jealous Curator,

    I am a fan of your podcast. I am one of the world’s most well known known art and treasure appraisers and have been a featured appraiser on PBS Antiques Roadshow, having been rated by independent sources as a top five appraiser. I have fascinating tales from my career surrounding art discoveries, art museum appraisals and also the world of appraising dead celebrities estates, from presidents, rock stars and royalty …to world class treasures.
    If you would be interested in having me on your podcast, I would be flattered. Best wishes,

    Timothy Gordon

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