The Sage Arts

by Sage Bray Varon

Supercharge your creativity, motivation, and artistic style through novelty, story, conversation, and community. The Sage Arts podcast offers artists ways to further hone their unique voice, increase their joy and productivity, and create their version of meaningful artistic success. Part advice and inspiration, part thought-provoking diversions, this podcast is a varied mix of artist interviews, historical and listener storie... Read more

Podcast episodes

  • E17 - Artist and Audience w/guest co-host Brett Varon

    E17 - Artist and Audience w/guest co-host Brett Varon

    Who is your audience and what is your relationship with them? What are you providing or sharing with your audience and what do you need from them?A co-host artist’s chat, Brett and I work through everything from who we create for ...

    43:28
  • E16 - Artistic Sight & the Misleading Brain

    E16 - Artistic Sight & the Misleading Brain

    Do you consciously look at the world through your lens as an artist? In other words, do you stop to consider how you are seeing things and make a conscious effort to look at the world without bias or expectations and with intentio...

    38:59
  • E15 - Transformational Practice with Ginger Davis Allman

    E15 - Transformational Practice with Ginger Davis Allman

    Practice, iteration, discipline, commitment… do these concepts bring up a sense of dread or conjure images of tedious repetition when associated with your artistic process? Well, we might just change your view on that after listen...

    46:22
  • E14 - Feed Your Muse

    E14 - Feed Your Muse

    What do you do to keep your Muse well-fed and happy? We know we need to feed it, know that inspiration is important to our creative endeavors but what do we actively do to ensure that happens on a regular basis.That's what this li...

    21:15
  • E13 - The Art of Compassionate Critique w/guest co-host Brett Varon

    E13 - The Art of Compassionate Critique w/guest co-host Brett Varon

    How do you feel about critique? Do you welcome it? Do you avoid it? What does or would the purpose of critique be in your artistic process assuming you would want to take advantage of all the wonderful things it can do for you?Sou...

    47:44