Justin Hopkins is a talented artist from, originally from Mukilteo, Washington. After graduating from high school, Justin was hired by legendary illustrator Charles White III and he also created works for Google, Red Bull, Wired Magazine, Pabst, and ESPN. Now, Justin works almost exclusively with oils and divides his time between New York and California.
Angela Hoover is a comedian, celebrity impressionist, and a mother of 2. She was a semi-finalist on Season 8 of NBC’s America’s Got Talent. She has guest-starred on the Emmy nominated Hulu series, Casual, been a talking head on TLC and Nickelodeon, improv’d opposite Dana Carvey on TBS’s First Impressions, and is currently a recurring cast member on Disney’s Walk the Prank.
She has also written and performed 2 sold out one-woman shows at the Lex and the Comedy Central Stage at the Hudson in Los Angeles.
Catherine Moore is a San Francisco Bay Area based artist. Her work calls the viewer to that marriage of classical and haunting beauty, resembling in subtlety and natural colorings the feeling of another time, when illustration was part information, part poetry.
She has exhibited in galleries across the U.S. and in Germany, Portugal, and Australia, and her work is collected internationally. She is also a member of the Copycat Violence Art Collective, which holds several auctions and group exhibitions throughout the year.
Melissa Sue Stanley is a Chicago artist, working in a variety of media to create paintings and soft sculptures. Her work is collected internationally and has been exhibited in galleries across the US.
Max Bare is a Chicago artist and designer. He creates and self-publishes comic series Mystery Afoot, Sour Milk and the upcoming Scally-Ho!
Together Melissa and Max collaborate on fun projects such as handmade zines, murals, and live-painting. Their current project is a comic book series for local brewery, Revolution Brewing. They also manage and host the Chicago Drink & Draw Social Club.
Ann Rea is a San Francisco-based artist and the founder of Artists Who THRIVE. Her artistic talent is praised by her mentor, Wayne Thiebaud, an American art icon.
She has been featured in Fortune, The Wine Enthusiast, and Art Business News magazines, in The San Francisco Chronicle, in the book Career Renegade by Jonathan Fields, and on HGTV, ABC, and The Good Life Project.
She is also a favorite instructor on Creative Live's “Money and Life” channel, broadcasting to over one million students worldwide.
Ann is the creator of “The MAKING Art Making MONEY Semester ®,” eight foundational online business and marketing courses. Her students study with fellow artists from around the globe via live video calls within a welcoming and supportive community. Students officially graduate once they have passed a final exam, completed an exit interview, and earned back their tuition investment.
Are you scared to create some of the ideas that pop in your head?
Are they too big? Too small? Already been done? Never been done? Don't know how to do it? What will people think of you if you created this scary idea?
In today's episode, Youngman takes a look at the reasons why you never seem to get ideas, why you might be too scared to bring the ideas that you do get into existence, and the five EASY steps to change that pattern.
Get the courage and creative inspiration to finally start creating those scary ideas!
Agnieszka Pilat is an award-winning, Polish-born artist who studied painting and illustration at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA. Her works can be found in public and private collections in United States, Poland, Canada and China. She currently lives and maintains a full time studio in San Francisco and is represented by numerous galleries throughout the United States.
Clark Huggins is a visual artist who combines imagery from his 13 years of experience as a theater actor with his lifelong love of fantasy, science fiction, and comics. In addition to his personal work, he has worked on several tabletop gaming properties, including ANDROID:NETRUNNER, CALL OF CTHULHU, and STAR WARS. His work has appeared in SPECTRUM, IMAGINE FX magazine, and INFECTED BY ART. Clark also works as a professional storyboard artist for film and television production, and has worked on them television series TRUE BLOOD, DAMAGES, and AMERICAN HORROR STORY. Clark is the creator of RECKLESS DECK, an idea generating card deck for artists looking to jumpstart their creativity.
Gwenn Seemel is a full-time artist, portraitist, and free-culture advocate. Her beautiful, unique portraits as well as all of her other work is intentionally free from copyright.
Seth and Andrew McMurry (Nukazooka) have been producing high-quality action shorts since 2011. Their polished films, riddled with special effects bring to life both current and nostalgic characters and worlds, like Super Mario Brothers, Pokemon, Roller Coaster Tycoon, Darth Vader, Buzz Lightyear, Minecraft, and Legos, just to name a few. To date, they have well over a million subscribers and over 350 million views on Youtube.