RoamHowl

Posts by Jennifer Gardner

Slow Down and Eat Pie!

Sometimes I get in the mode of doing too much. Overdoing. Then I began to feel mentally and emotionally exhausted. That’s when I know I need to unplug, relax, disengage…………… and make a pie. ••••• when I bake, like when I ride my horse, I am in a different mode altogether. I am concentrating on…

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Do You Have Something To Say?

Do you have something to say? you bet you do! We all have an artist inside us waiting to express the truths we dare not speak out loud. But magic is in those thoughts and words Your truth holds the power to unlock doors and possibilities and will CONNECT you to those you are meant…

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Are Your Curious?

No matter how sad and awful and tragic the news is, no matter how unrelenting the violence, no matter how disgusting humanity can be, no matter the pain the tears the loss the grief the abject horror, I will strive to remain curious about the world and the people in it. Sometimes I think my…

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When I feel a little stuck…..

When I feel a little stuck in one area of my work, sometimes to unstick myself I do something completely different. Like make bracelets. Here are some of my creations made from beads I have collected throughout the years. When I’m making a bracelet I’m usually not focused on anything else other than making a…

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Do I Own This?

I went to see the Norm Clasen exhibit at m+b gallery on Cahuenga in #Hollywood last night, super curious about the #copyright issue arising from Richard Prince’s appropriation of these very images of Norm’s work, which are also being exhibited at #LACMA right now. I was intrigued as a horsewoman, photographer and lawyer. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Norm…

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Storyteller

Sometimes the simplest act of creativity is the most satisfying.  It always feels good to make things. Even a pie. Even baking a pie is an act of self expression, for me. I make them for people I love, usually. When I’m lucky they let me have a bite. I’ve been thinking a lot lately…

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Episode 006: Paul Loya, Paul Loya Gallery on Art & Business

“You can curate a room like this and have this kind of power of somebody?… from that point on I was like, “I want to put together art shows and change people’s lives.” – Paul Loya, on seeing Basquiat’s work in college Episode 006: Paul Loya, Gallery Owner on Art & Business In this episode, Jennifer interviews Paul Loya…

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Episode 005: Christy Sears and August Axel Jewelry Studio

“Escape into something you made with your own hands that is genuinely beautiful and put that out into the world.” – Christy Sears Episode 005: Christy Sears and AugustAxel Jewelry Studio In this episode, Jennifer interviews Owner, Senior Soldering Instructor, designer & fabricator at AugustAxel Jewelry Studio, Christy Sears. “There has been a lot of self-doubt,…

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Episode 004: Photographer Bob Carey and the Tutu Project

“My art was about diving into who I was by photographing my face and my head and my tears.” – Bob Carey of the Tutu Project Episode 004: Fine Artist and Commercial Photographer Bob Carey and the Tutu Project In this episode, Jennifer interviews Fine Artist and Commercial Photographer Bob Carey of  the Tutu Project.    Bob…

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It’s About Risk, Apparently

“I only recently started this podcast project.  There are a few more interviews I will be posting before I roll this out and officially “launch” roamhowl.  Still, I already have noticed a theme airse during the few interviews I have conducted that I think is important to share. I have asked every guest the same question…

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