Phoebe is an abstract landscape and still life artist from the UK but now living in Gisborne. Phoebe returned to art making 4 years ago after a long break due to having 3 children. Originally trained as a textile designer, Phoebe works in a similar process working with colour and layers to create her unique artworks. In this episode she talks openly about her experience with post-partum anxiety, raising neurodiverse children, being diagnosed herself with ADHD in recent years and how healing her art journey has been for her.
Links from today’s episode:
Parenting Hell Podcast
Mayor of Easttown
Phoebe’s online course:
About your host:
Kate Hursthouse is an artist, creative business owner and single mother to one awesome kid. She has run her own creative business since 2014 and has been involved in a whole range of projects over the years - from commercial illustrations and design projects to contemporary art, children’s book illustrations and hand painted murals.
She started this podcast to try and answer the question: how do we continue to be creative and produce creative work, while raising children? Her goal is to create a little corner of the internet where creative mothers share their stories and gain a feeling of community, understanding and inspiration.
If you are wanting to start or grow your creative business I have just the thing for you. I have learned over the years that to succeed as a creative, you must understand business. I wish I had a guide to help me when I got started, and the way I see it the more we can share with each other the better it is for all creatives. So I have created a Free download with an overview of some of the things I think are essential to know when starting a creative business. I have included:
5 things you need to get your business started
7 revenue streams to make income as an artist
5 ways to sell and share your work
You can download ‘The Basics of Running a Creative Business’ for free here.