Joanne Kimes, author of the “Sucks” line of books and a new novel “Finding Paris” talks about being a writer, her inspiration and how life doesn’t “suck”!
Karen Baldwin, best known for producing movies “Ray” with Jamie Foxx and “Sahara” with Matthew McConaughey, shares what the film industry is really like, how she got started & upcoming projects.
Street photographer Peter Kares: Capturing California, evoking thought and telling visual stories though his photography.
Creating art and mentoring artists, Val Kilmer keeps evolving, keeps going, keeps growing and is flourishing in his new workspace & studio.
insidewink’s artist of the month, Kate Chassner: Working with collage, she strives to represent the connections we all make through life.
“From the moment I picked up a camera in my 11th grade photography class, I felt a certain magic related to taking pictures, developing them, and sharing them with others.”
Two sisters whose music both honors and transcends the folk roots style in which it is based. Rising Appalachia’s “I Am Resilient” is so moving and perfect for these times.
Joan Doyle’s art is so evocative – bringing us closer to nature as it ignites our spiritual side.
Grenville Pinto’s amazing artistry as a violinist, soothes our souls at a time when we need it most.
Our artist this month, Kimberly Corday’s beautiful art inspires us!
Our artist this month is Jane Campo… the daughter of two artists she definitely has her own fantastic style!
Jean spends a minute with violinist Vi Wickam and learns what makes him love music so much.
Christy Shelton’s creativity abounds as we take a look at her beautiful work and her mission as an ecology minded artist.
Alex Halliday is our artist of the month. She is living in England and does beautiful portrait work. We hope you enjoy Alex Halliday!
Actor Joe O’Connor is also a wonderful artist and is featured this month on insidewink.
Kathleen Noone is so multi-talented! She can soothe the soul and excite the senses. Her art moves us!
Michelle Valberg has traveled the world the last 30 years, taking amazingly inspiring nature and wildlife photographs. She creates extraordinary intimate moments with natures’ beautiful subjects.
Hollis Citron, artist, educator, and founder of “I Am Creative” is passionate about inspiring others to explore, express and expand their idea of what creativity is and to embrace their strengths and interests.
This month we are featuring the imaginative art of Cortney Skinner, his source of inspiration and his awesome sense of humor.