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Your Art Sucks

Trevor Stoddart

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Your Art Sucks
Your Art Sucks

Your Art Sucks

Trevor Stoddart

72
Followers
53
Plays
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Engaging stories about legendary artists and inspiring advice to help you make better art.

Latest Episodes

Successful Self Criticism - Pollock and LeWitt

EThe first episode of this podcast focuses on self criticism and self doubt as it pertains to creating art. This episode examines the lives of artists Jackson Pollock and Sol LeWitt, two artists who handled self doubt in very different ways and looks for ways you, as an artist, can use self criticism to create better work

32 MIN2018 FEB 19
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Successful Self Criticism - Pollock and LeWitt

Killer Collaborations - Van Gogh and Iggy Pop

EIn the second episode we look at how fruitful collaborations with other artists can be. Are they doomed from the start, like Van Gogh and Gauguin or are they life long positive impacts that rocket careers to the next level like Iggy Pop and David Bowie? Are collaborations for you? Are you at that point where adding in another energy to your work would be a boon or a bust. Come and listen and find out.

38 MIN2018 FEB 23
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Killer Collaborations - Van Gogh and Iggy Pop

Menial Jobs - William Burroughs and Jack White

EIn this episode we will look at the impact of menial jobs on artists. Are they beneficial or are they a soul sucking detriment? We will review the impact of low end jobs on William S Burroughs and on Jack White. One of these guys hated centipedes while the other can work a sewing machine like no other. Have a listen.

25 MIN2018 MAR 1
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Menial Jobs - William Burroughs and Jack White

Forgery Ahead - Sturtevant and Beltracchi

EIn this episode we will look at how two artists who made careers out of copying other artists - or in one case- masterfully forged other artist’s works, to examine if there is any value in, um, borrowing to further your career. Could stealing art, and passing it off as your own, be a means to becoming wealthy and famous? Well by the end of the episode, we should have a pretty good idea.

35 MIN2018 MAR 5
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Forgery Ahead - Sturtevant and Beltracchi

Publicity Stunted - Sinead O'Connor and The Sex Pistols

EIn this episode we will look at how the necessary evil of self promotion, usually through acts of Publicity Stunts have played out for two artists. Specifically, we will see the impact these stunts had on the careers of Sinead O’Connor and the Sex Pistols. Come and learn how to successfully promote yourself!

36 MIN2018 MAR 12
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Publicity Stunted - Sinead O'Connor and The Sex Pistols

Being Hated - Ernest Hemingway and Maya Lin

EIn this episode we will look at the raw emotion of hate as it applies to artists and their work. By looking at these two artists, we will see if hate can derail a career? Or, does hate allow the artist total freedom to produce work that draws so much negativity it actually thrives? Hopefully at the end of this episode we will have some perspective on the hate and the damage it can do.

25 MIN2018 MAR 18
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Being Hated - Ernest Hemingway and Maya Lin

Getting Fooled - Nat Tate and Joaquin Phoenix

EIn this episode we will look at artists who have made it their goal to pull the wool over the eyes of the viewing public. We're they successful? Or did their attempts fail to convince an ever skeptical audience? By the end of this show we will have an answer to that and we will also shed some light on whether perpetrating such frauds would benefit your creative career.

31 MIN2018 MAR 25
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Getting Fooled - Nat Tate and Joaquin Phoenix

In Solitude - Henry David Thoreau and J. D. Salinger

EIn this episode, we will look on the idea of solitude as it relates to the artistic process. We will see how artists have been impacted by self imposed solitude and, more importantly, how it shaped their art. Hopefully by the end of this show, we will have some idea if solitude is still relevant in today’s hyper connected lifestyle and whether or not it is a path you need to explore.

29 MIN2018 APR 1
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In Solitude - Henry David Thoreau and J. D. Salinger

Higher Power - Antoni Gaudi and Frank Gehry

EIn this episode, we will see if faith in a higher power can lead an artist to works of art that transcend the commonplace. Or, does the belief in untethered self-motivation triumph divine inspiration?

28 MIN2018 APR 9
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Higher Power - Antoni Gaudi and Frank Gehry

Creative Smack - Layne Staley and Ginger Baker

EI want to start this episode, the final one in Season One, by saying this: I did not want to do this episode. I had thoughts to never do it. The main reason is that I am not interested in promoting the use of any drug especially to those who may be inclined to experiment in an effort to further their artistic career.

39 MIN2018 APR 16
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Creative Smack - Layne Staley and Ginger Baker

Latest Episodes

Successful Self Criticism - Pollock and LeWitt

EThe first episode of this podcast focuses on self criticism and self doubt as it pertains to creating art. This episode examines the lives of artists Jackson Pollock and Sol LeWitt, two artists who handled self doubt in very different ways and looks for ways you, as an artist, can use self criticism to create better work

32 MIN2018 FEB 19
Comments
Successful Self Criticism - Pollock and LeWitt

Killer Collaborations - Van Gogh and Iggy Pop

EIn the second episode we look at how fruitful collaborations with other artists can be. Are they doomed from the start, like Van Gogh and Gauguin or are they life long positive impacts that rocket careers to the next level like Iggy Pop and David Bowie? Are collaborations for you? Are you at that point where adding in another energy to your work would be a boon or a bust. Come and listen and find out.

38 MIN2018 FEB 23
Comments
Killer Collaborations - Van Gogh and Iggy Pop

Menial Jobs - William Burroughs and Jack White

EIn this episode we will look at the impact of menial jobs on artists. Are they beneficial or are they a soul sucking detriment? We will review the impact of low end jobs on William S Burroughs and on Jack White. One of these guys hated centipedes while the other can work a sewing machine like no other. Have a listen.

25 MIN2018 MAR 1
Comments
Menial Jobs - William Burroughs and Jack White

Forgery Ahead - Sturtevant and Beltracchi

EIn this episode we will look at how two artists who made careers out of copying other artists - or in one case- masterfully forged other artist’s works, to examine if there is any value in, um, borrowing to further your career. Could stealing art, and passing it off as your own, be a means to becoming wealthy and famous? Well by the end of the episode, we should have a pretty good idea.

35 MIN2018 MAR 5
Comments
Forgery Ahead - Sturtevant and Beltracchi

Publicity Stunted - Sinead O'Connor and The Sex Pistols

EIn this episode we will look at how the necessary evil of self promotion, usually through acts of Publicity Stunts have played out for two artists. Specifically, we will see the impact these stunts had on the careers of Sinead O’Connor and the Sex Pistols. Come and learn how to successfully promote yourself!

36 MIN2018 MAR 12
Comments
Publicity Stunted - Sinead O'Connor and The Sex Pistols

Being Hated - Ernest Hemingway and Maya Lin

EIn this episode we will look at the raw emotion of hate as it applies to artists and their work. By looking at these two artists, we will see if hate can derail a career? Or, does hate allow the artist total freedom to produce work that draws so much negativity it actually thrives? Hopefully at the end of this episode we will have some perspective on the hate and the damage it can do.

25 MIN2018 MAR 18
Comments
Being Hated - Ernest Hemingway and Maya Lin

Getting Fooled - Nat Tate and Joaquin Phoenix

EIn this episode we will look at artists who have made it their goal to pull the wool over the eyes of the viewing public. We're they successful? Or did their attempts fail to convince an ever skeptical audience? By the end of this show we will have an answer to that and we will also shed some light on whether perpetrating such frauds would benefit your creative career.

31 MIN2018 MAR 25
Comments
Getting Fooled - Nat Tate and Joaquin Phoenix

In Solitude - Henry David Thoreau and J. D. Salinger

EIn this episode, we will look on the idea of solitude as it relates to the artistic process. We will see how artists have been impacted by self imposed solitude and, more importantly, how it shaped their art. Hopefully by the end of this show, we will have some idea if solitude is still relevant in today’s hyper connected lifestyle and whether or not it is a path you need to explore.

29 MIN2018 APR 1
Comments
In Solitude - Henry David Thoreau and J. D. Salinger

Higher Power - Antoni Gaudi and Frank Gehry

EIn this episode, we will see if faith in a higher power can lead an artist to works of art that transcend the commonplace. Or, does the belief in untethered self-motivation triumph divine inspiration?

28 MIN2018 APR 9
Comments
Higher Power - Antoni Gaudi and Frank Gehry

Creative Smack - Layne Staley and Ginger Baker

EI want to start this episode, the final one in Season One, by saying this: I did not want to do this episode. I had thoughts to never do it. The main reason is that I am not interested in promoting the use of any drug especially to those who may be inclined to experiment in an effort to further their artistic career.

39 MIN2018 APR 16
Comments
Creative Smack - Layne Staley and Ginger Baker
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