Are You the Most Creative Person You Know?
January 29, 2014
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Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski!
4 pm -5 pm EST 3 pm – 4 pm CST 2 pm – 3 pm MST 1 pm – 2 pm PST
Call in anytime during the live show with your questions or comments for my guests
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MEET TODAY’S GUESTS
Lecturer, Teacher, Quilt Designer, Author
TRICIA LYNN MALONEY
About Tricia …
Here is a sampling of just some of the quilt projects from Tricia’s book:
To visit the Tricia’s website, CLICK HERE
To visit the Tricia’s online store to purchase her books, CLICK HERE
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Author, Crochet Designer, Teacher,
Inductee to the Crochet Guild of America’s prestigious Jean Leinhauser Crochet Hall of Fame
About Margaret …
Margaret Hubert, 2012 inductee into the Song crochet Guild of America’s prestigious Hall Of Fame, is the author of Creative Publishing International’s Hooked series, Plus Size Crochet, Knits for Men, Knit or Crochet–Have It Your Way, the Complete Photo Guide to Crochet, the Complete Photo Guide to Knitting, the Granny Square Book, and Lacework for Adventurous Crocheters. She lives in Pawling, New York.
On today’s Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski, I get a chance to talk with the woman who inspired me to learn how to crochet at 54-years-old, Margaret Hubert, about her new book, Runway Crochet: High Style Patterns From Top Designers’ Hooks to Yours.
Here are a few sample patterns from Margaret’s book . . .
Just a few of Margaret’s other books . . .
Visit Margaret Hubert’s shop, Margaret Hubert Originals, by CLICKING HERE
Visit Margaret Hubert’s blog by CLICKING HERE
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Artist, Author, Professor
Timothy Callaghan is a painter who lives and works in Cleveland, Ohio. His paintings depict a modern American Mid-west landscape. His work is about space, the physical space of his immediate environment and the flat space that defines twentieth-century painting. Because the practice of painting predominantly concerns itself with the sensation of looking, he approaches the work with this in mind. He locates himself within the traditions of genre painting, such as landscape or still life, seeking to sustain this principle of painting that relies upon optical elements and that reinforce significance and joy.
On today’s Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski, I’m very excited to talk with Timothy Callaghan about his new book, One Painting a Day: A 6-Week Course in Observational Painting: Creating Extraordinary Paintings from Everyday Experiences.
One Painting A Day offers you an inspiring six-week course exploring the timeless traditions of observational painting through daily experience and routine.
This motivational guide is broken up into three parts to focus on the three major traditions of observational painting: still life, landscape, and portraiture. Each of the 42 daily exercises launches a small, immediate, and responsive painting based on a theme drawn from your daily experience. You will find suggestions on technique, approach, and materials for each day, while the “weekly lessons” explore a format or a rhythm for creating content, inspiring you to make the ordinary extraordinary as you create from every day experience. This beautiful collection of contemporary paintings serves as a workbook of ideas for aspiring artists, art students, professional designers, and art lovers alike.
I wanted to share with you just a very, very small sampling of Timothy Callaghan’s artwork:
Visit Timothy Calliaghan’s website by CLICKING HERE
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