Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Art & Cocktails: Exploring the World of Contemporary Art, Creativity, Business, and Inspiration


Join host Ekaterina Popova, artist and founder of Create! Magazine, as she uncorks the vibrant and multifaceted world of contemporary art, creative entrepreneurship, mindset, and creativity one episode at a time. Welcome to "Art & Cocktails," a podcast where artists, creatives, dreamers, and artpreneurs gather to share their journeys and their art over their favorite drinks.

Building on the success of the "Create!" podcast, Ekaterina steers the artistic conversation towards more intimate, heart-to-heart discussions that fuel the spirit and inspire the artist's soul. Tune in for insightful, honest discussions with leading artists, curators, writers, coaches, leaders, and artpreneurs who not only share their journeys in the creative world but also enjoy a "fireside chat" over a glass of wine or a cup of tea. This podcast offers a rich blend of inspiration, art business insights, and the simple joy of sipping your favorite beverage while discussing what lights your heart on fire.

Pour your favorite drink into a beautiful cup, get comfy, and settle down for a session of "Art & Cocktails" each week. Let's celebrate the artist in all of us with a toast to creativity and the limitless possibilities it brings to our lives.

Oct 16, 2020

In this episode, Alicia returns as a guest host to interview Tim McFarlane about his decades-long career as an artist working in Philadelphia.

Tim McFarlane's paintings and works on paper examine the fluid and contradictory nature of memory and place, with an emphasis on color, multi-layered systems and process. A 1994 Tyler School of Art graduate, McFarlane has exhibited extensively in the U.S. and been featured in art fairs in New York, Miami, Dallas, and San Francisco. He has been a visiting artist at several universities as well as participated in artist panels at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and Tyler School of Art at Temple University. The artist’s paintings and works on paper have been acquired for several public collections including those of West Virginia University, Bucknell University, Temple University, and the Hyatt Hotel in Philadelphia.