In this episode, we hear from Amber Doe, Textile artist, Printmaker, and Jewelry Designer. The episode begins with Amber sharing how she reignites her creative development as an artist and how current events play into her thought process. Then, we go back in time and gain insight into Amber’s artistic root, which stems from her family’s influence and trips to museums such as the Louver! Amber shares how she is inspired by David Lynch and the “personal freedom” in his work and the fact that he is not interested in literal language but his love for “dream logic.”
Further into the episode, Amber conveys the story about how she landed in Arizona all the way from the art scene of New York City. She reveals how family brought her to Arizona and how the desert environment changed her perspective as an artist.
Later, Amber describes the moment that led to her decision to become a full-time artist and even offers advice for artists in all stages of their careers. Finally, she updates our listeners on what she’s working on including her participation in new exhibitions across the country.
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