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life is sweeter in candy color! {www.katrinaberg.com} hi! i'm oil painter, katrina berg. welcome to my midway, utah studio, where i'll serve up a palette of support, hope and love, with a side of realness! as a mother of 5 (3 teenagers & 8-year-old twin boys), i know that life is rarely easy and jolly...but savoring the sweet moments gives us the strength we need to find peace, growth, and fulfillment along our journey. {podcasting to support women, mother artists and creative entrepreneurs! ...
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 238: not long ago, my dear creative friend leslie smoot was sharing her latest adventures, challenges and vision for her film career. she and her coworkers are finding new ways to produce and fund their projects and she talked about being a disruptor in the film business. so what does it look like in other creati…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 237: what are the best places to buy art materials? there are great places online and locally but i have found buying in bulk to be the most helpful for me. do you ever think about "world peace" and what that would look like? which are more important to you: peace or agency/free will? which do you think will make…
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are you familiar with valerie hudson’s work on the two trees in the garden of eden? she talks about their symbolizing our heavenly father and mother, their roles, purpose, mission and how it connects to adam, eve, and we their children. mcarthur krishna, artist and author of the “girls who choose god” and “girls/boys guide to heavenly mother” books…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast epiose 235: what a treat to have sage gallagher and jenna mae lineweaver share their experiences with generous kathy and paul! kathy recently retired from an incredible career at the sears art museum where she and paul graciously and endlessly supported the community in southern utah, artists and collectors. There, she b…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 234: haha! as soon as i pushed the “stop recording” button i saw out of the corner of my eye that the snow is indeed sticking! first stick of the year in our yard lol! happiest fall & start of the holiday season to you dear friend! there are some great local opportunities here in the heber valley as well as utah …
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EPISODE 233 “people love to stay in their coffin of comfort- we're more alive when we're uncomfortable, staying comfortable keeps us weak” - roseanne barr. i’m sure there was a time that my mom would be appalled that i quoted roseanne lol, but here we are. no one tells you that being a parent will be uncomfortable but it is – terribly uncomfortable…
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CANDYcolored studio episode 232: pam baumeister is a watercolor painter preserving memories and all the nostalgia of your favorite people, places, things and those precious moments you want to remember again and again. her background and career in marketing has not only helped her find the courage to put her artwork out there, but it’s helping othe…
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goodbye summer and let’s get this fall started! lol. our younger 4 started back at school this week and it’s finally quiet enough for me to feel comfortable recording an episode! i’m deep in “swiss days” prep – you’ll hear what i’m bringing, tips, and our favorite foods on the square. confessions abound: school to summer break trauma, my low expect…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 230 it’s been a hot minute friend! as my solo show debut got closer i ran out of energy to do the podcast lol. but i’m so happy to be back. in this episode you’ll hear about the 48x96” “blue skies” painting that includes flowers and birds that symbolize joy and celebration. also, a white rabbit coming out of a ca…
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are you an art collector? do you have an artist heart? have you or anyone you know given up a creative passion to pursue a more "practical" college degree or degrees?!! you will love hearing about alex's journey as a creative, and her brave steps to follow her artist heart despite her education, expertise, and the loud voices many of us hear. a mot…
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CANDYcolored studio episode #228: what a gift to spend time with appellate lawyer, mother of 3, and author emily adams! if you've ever wondered if your prayers aren't being answered the way you would like or thought they should be answered -- if you've ever felt like your relationship with God has been stifled -- if you've ever felt like your frame…
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"i wish you love" was created with all the symbols of hope – doves in all sorts of colors from all over the world, irises, poppies and chrysanthemums. named after the song by sarah mckenzie, 48x60 oil on an oval wood board. seeing signs of spring and feeling so much gratitude as the weather changes and animals return to our neighborhood. manifestin…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 226:art & soup 2023!! next week: march 28th-30th at the salt palace in slc utah. cns cares has been supporting our local community for nearly 100 years. they have a special arm of their program that provides home health and care to those who can’t pay for it themselves. art & soup is an annual fundraiser to suppo…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 225: sharing today about the most unexpected blessings that came into our life and caused a great pivot and hinge-point for our marriage and set the stage for our family of 7 – and we’re eternally grateful! other things mentioned in this episode are a reminder to apply for the springville salon if you’re local. a…
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CANDYcolored studio episode 224: my solo opening will be may 19th at alpine art in salt lake city – 8 new very large florals with birds and lots of symbolism. you’re invited! for more info and a sneak peek go to my website (katrinaberg.com) and click on my “‘23 solo show” page. what are some key components that make a studio most efficient, cozy an…
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for art collectors looking for new artists to follow and learn about or for artists looking for new inspiration – here’s a list of 8 magazines you might want to purchase a copy or subscription. from “fine art connoisseur” to “art and cake”, i’m sure you’ll find something new that you’ll enjoy. slcc (salt lake community college) is open for exhibiti…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 222: have you taken advantage of press opportunities? are you interested in getting more press for your artwork? hear from 5 artists with different styles & subjects, with different press experiences & opportunities, and various goals for future press. what is press? how can i reach out to press? what opportuniti…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode #221: i’m working away on my giant easter egg of a painting with all sorts of easter symbols and thoughts. i’ll leave some progess photos in the show notes. enjoy! do you listen to jenna kutcher’s goal digger podcast? she’s absolutely wonderful and has so many great suggestions in life and business. hear the 5 qu…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode #220: sharing some of our successes, failures and adventure moments on the lovely island of bimini. traveling abroad with a family of 7 is not for the faint of heart but the memories always make it so worth it! there are some really great events coming up in utah and beyond. hear about the artist soar ladies rece…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 219: are you a frequenter of art & etsy style markets? we have some really great ones in northern utah – my favorites are the utah art market and the beehive bazaar. collectors can discover new local artists by enjoying these handmade market venues. a red pill based on a recent joe rogan podcast interview with br…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 218: it’s been 4 years! back in november i began my 5th year of the CANDYcolored studio podcast. what a wonderful journey and thanks so much for taking it with me! as i prepare episodes each week, i want you to know that you’re on my mind! and i’d love to hear what YOU’d like to hear more of in 2023! fill out the…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 217: hear about my latest big piece (48x60) heading to my solo show in may! and we have an official date – may 19th will be the opening. i’d LOVE to have you join me. if you’re not local or will be out of town, keep an eye out for a “show page” that will be appearing on my website with vidoes, photos, description…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 216: it’s the last week to see springville museum of art’s annual spiritual & religious show! also, on my website under episode 216 you’ll find links and images for jules mccullough’s fantastic newly released christmas cards – buy some for next year or bookmark her page to jump on it next fall. she has the most c…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 215: mcarthur krishna of “the girls who choose god” books as well as the “girls & boys guide to heavenly mother” books (see CANDYcolored studio podcast episodes 82 & 83) is always inviting us to elevate our minds and souls as we truly “become.” she and gallery program director esther candari put their heads toget…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 214: we’ve been counseled repeatedly that it is crucial that we gain our own testimony of jesus christ in order to withstand the difficulties of our day. one small but mighty part of that -- is better understanding who we are – that we are divine children of heavenly parents – with great potential and an eternal …
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do you love the byu moa as i do?! i have so many sweet memories that began in college and later spilled into visits with our kiddos. this next week i’ll be participating in their “Halloween Art CARnival” – an art trunk or treat of sorts – Monday October 24th at 6 pm. Also, a beautiful new home, design, textile, art & apparel shop has opened in Salt…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 212: hear about the loveliest of studio visitors, upcoming show and events. an opportunity for artists and collectors no matter where you live and an artist tip thanks to jessica of the inspired painter podcast on reaching our artistic potential. also, i’m spilling all in regards to the promised “telemundo episod…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 211: sharing my latest nightmares, lol -- probably the most bizarre yet. as an artist, is the income you're bringing in coming from various sources? how do you know which ones are best for you and where to put your time? do you have kids in public schools and how is your community ensuring that proper material is…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 210: there’s a new podcast out there for artists: the successful artist by alyssa weyland! in episode 3 she interviews ryan robinson about her viral videos on tik tok, strategies, suggestions – one of which is for the negative comments & haters on social media platforms. for collectors: the utah art market is now…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast episode 209: how are you?! have you been busy "putting out fires" like we were last week?!! if so, sending soo much love & strength! my sister called last week and said, "there's something in the air..." and i think she's right LOL! fall for me is always a time to reassess and this fall seems to be one that does not want…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast EPISODE #208: what fun to watch our high school senior & junior go with their friends to homecoming! so many fun new memories & lots of thinking of the sweet old ones too. how about you? was your high school dance experience different than the local kids now? travel seems to be in the air, i enjoyed listening to recent e…
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CANDYcolored studio podcast EPISODE #207: thanks so much to all who participated & supported in midway swiss days!!! such a fun event and it was a blast to connect more personally with so many of you! are you an artist and do you find yourself procrastinating in your art practice?! let's chat about it and you can check out episode #50 of the artist…
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have you ever had your instagram, email or another online account hacked & held for ransom? A couple of artist friends had just that happen to them recently. it's a great reminder that we don't OWN our instagram accounts or any of our social media accounts. it honestly makes me wonder if i own my emails in my gmail account. one more reason to put s…
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“midway swiss days” is just 2 weeks away! email me k@katrinaberg.com to make an appointment and visit the CANDYcolored studio during swiss days. how can you be consistent with your pricing while also solidifying & increasing the value of your work for your collectors? we’ll chat about the importance of set pricing, a price list, and educating yours…
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5 artists who also podcast come together for our very first “pod-sisters” panel! this episode is all about tips to avoid burnout as artists. you’ll hear a brief intro to each artist, as well as what we’ve been working on in our studios (and even outside our studios!) jules talks about the importance of having personal projects and examples of some …
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have you ever done a social media detox? what were your goals and how did it turn out? how has it affected your social media usage since? when you hear or read the words “extremism” and “moderation” what are your initial reactions? does one give you more positive or negative emotions than the other? and finally, hear about the time i learned to dri…
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what do you do to ensure the rest you need while still maintaining your momentum in your work? hear about a recent create! podcast episode with ekaterina popova giving suggestions for artists preparing for time away from their studio. i’ll also share my recent experiences on the topic. if you’ve not seen them yet, check out my latest mini florals a…
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the “certain women: reflections on a mother in heaven” show book is out! enjoy a peek into my personal copy. you’ll also get a peek at my latest mini florals. do you feel constrained in your creativity or is it actually needed as artists, designers and entrepreneurs? summer jobs are in full swing, i’ll share 20 benefits i’m seeing in our 3 teenager…
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episode 200!!! four 4” mini circle landscapes of italy & france are now available on my website. listen to the songs that i named each piece after in my playlist at the bottom of each painting page. songs by laura pausini, paris combo, blossom dearie & pink martini. today’s artist tip & topic comes from the pie chart sketch by @dadara_art recently …
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everywhere i turn i feel like satan is trying yet again to make me “choose a side” or divide from my neighbors, friends & human family as a whole. i’m honestly not sure what to believe on the news these days, but one thing i do know: when there is military conflict we can be assured that people will need help with the basics of food, housing & clea…
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it’s been my pleasure recently, to get to know beautiful jessica libor of “the inspired artist” podcast and “luminary artist academy.” her podcast is full of wisdom, positive invitations to manifest the artist life we really desire, as well as business tips and inspiring peeks into jessica’s incredible artwork and gallery. hear about her artist jou…
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what are you grateful for right now?! my latest large circle floral with birds is named after the bing crosby song “i’ve got plenty to be thankful for.” hear about the symbolism for each flower, leaf & bird in the painting. lots to be grateful for and lots to consider in character growth in the “becoming” process. even more, i think the overall the…
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c'est l'été! it’s summer! well, we officially survived the 1st week of summer madness. summer with teens & summer jobs are not for the faint of heart but we’re embracing all its goodness and soaking up all the learning & time together. in today’s episode you’ll hear a family & studio update on all the things. i’ll also share a podcast episode that …
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at a time of immense uncertainty, it’s comforting to have a few constants in our lives. for me, it’s family, friendship, art & most importantly: my relationship with deity. finding & creating new ways to connect with our heavenly parents in these times are invaluable. two years ago, kathryn knight sonntag invited us to consider our connections and …
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(***to watch the visual version of this episode, check out my youtube or spotify channels.) a bit of a studio update: you’ll see my latest large floral “our love is here to stay”, along with a peek at what the frame will look like and some detail photos. as for our artist tip for the week: i recently enjoyed suzanne redmond’s interview with mixed m…
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hear about a great opportunity for female figurative artists as jessica libor of “the inspired painter” podcast interviews the collectors, curators & creators of “the bennett art collection” and “bennett prize”: dr. elaine melotti schmidt & steven alan bennett. I’ll also be sharing 7 things i’ll be doing to make the trasition to summer with our fam…
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this week’s artist tip is all about the benefits of attending art shows, fairs & events for artists. we can learn a lot just from attending – it will help us better prepare for our own events and may even alleviate anxiety that we could be having preparing for the unknown. you’ll find the 6 minute video documentary on our heavenly mother, and i’ll …
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do artists need a website and if so, what should they consider when building it or refreshing its content? this week’s episode has tips for artist websites that will elevate your current or future site. our fourth episode in a mini-series on commissions is all about the power that comes as we accept commissions. there are so many unexpected bonuses…
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sometimes, just getting started is the hardest part of creativity. hear about an artist whose been offering “jumpstarts” for artists for 11 years. i’ll walk you through some commissions i’ve done recently and how each project began and what choices my collectors made to make it all possible. this weeks’ red pill is about the grooming that may be ha…
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today’s artist tip is all about “manifesting” but from a new perspective and i found it the most helpful explanation on manifesting that i've come across. we’ll also be chatting more about commissions and i’ll share my commission process: the questions and decisions my collectors make before i start and what the process really looks like. as for th…
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