Episode 2 – Go Make Art: A Practical Guide

Erin talks about three essential things you need to move forward with your creative practice. HINT: you don’t need to spend a lot to make it happen. She goes on to talk about where to shop for supplies when you are ready and recommends a few out-of the-box ideas for sourcing materials. Finally, the Artist Feature this week is Iris Scott.

You can email Erin at thankyouformakingthat@gmail.com with questions or for more information.

Here are a few links from the episode:

Art “thrift” stores in Washington:

Allied Arts Reuse Thrift Store, Whatcom County: https://www.alliedarts.org/allied-arts-reuse-thrift-store/

Art Salvage, Spokane: https://www.artsalvagespokane.com

Seattle Creative, Seattle: http://www.seattlerecreative.org

A few local art stores in Washington that Erin loves:

Dakota Art Store, Bellingham: https://dakotaartstores.com

Art Spot, Edmonds: http://artspotedmonds.com

Blick, Seattle: https://www.dickblick.com/stores/washington/seattle/

Bead World: http://www.beadworldnw.com

Online art and craft stores:

Hobby Lobby: https://www.hobbylobby.com

Blick: https://www.dickblick.com

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/stores/ARTEZA/page/0DE252E6-953E-49D2-8618-2F41BD497A60?ref_=ast_bln

(There are lots of options on Amazon, here is one store that offers good, well-priced materials)

Weekly Artist Feature: Iris Scott https://www.irisscottfineart.com

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