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Ep 227 – Jeremy Lipking Uncut

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Another Uncut Podcast. In this episode, I am chatting with artist, Jeremy Lipking in California.
Jeremy answers your questions on a variety of subjects.

To find out more about Jeremy and his work go to:
https://www.lipking.com/

Jeremy’s Instagram
@lipking

Jeremy Lipking on John Dalton - gently does it . . . podcast


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One response to “Ep 227 – Jeremy Lipking Uncut”

  1. Hi John,
    I appreciate your question to Jeremy about the male gaze.
    As a woman, I always find it fascinating how this question/idea/notion/ history doesn’t influence some painters, especially those painting mostly women as subjects!
    Why is this John do you think?
    Is it a matter of opening Pandora’s box for that painter? Or maybe it isn’t important? (!).
    Thanks John for the interviews – and all others too!

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