The Independent Artist Podcast

The Man Behind The Pencil/ David Bjurstrom

June 14, 2021 Douglas Sigwarth/ Will Armstrong Season 1 Episode 9
The Independent Artist Podcast
The Man Behind The Pencil/ David Bjurstrom
Show Notes

Join co-hosts Douglas Sigwarth and Will Armstrong as they discuss topics that affect the lives and livelihood of art show artists. This week we discuss COVID restrictions lifted in Chicago prior to The Old Town Art Fair, selling superstitions, and being an independent artist.

Will chats with Michele Friedman and John Ames from Artist Intersection about their digital marketing artist coop. followed by the podcast's featured guest on this episode is graphite artist David Bjurstrom . David reveals details about his career as a professional award winning artist, his experiences as an art fair juror, and his reactions when someone copies your body of work.

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