Ep 63 – Danielle Krysa : The Doing Of Joy

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Ep 63 – Danielle Krysa : The Doing Of Joy

I had a great time with Canadian artist Danielle Krysa. As well as an artist Danielle is also a writer, a curator, a podcaster and a public speaker.  She is probably best known for, “The Jealous Curator,” the art blog and podcast she hosts.  In her art practice she works mostly in collage. Her work has been shown throughout the US and Canada.

Here are the main points of what we talk about:

  • Chinese editions of Daniell’s book, Creative Block,
  • Book review from Jerry Saltz,
  • Creative heroes,
  • Comedians,
  • Creative process,
  • Photoshop,
  • Animation,
  • Gifs,
  • Collage in movies,
  • Collage in music,
  • The artists way,
  • Art school,
  • Writing,
  • Talking to other artists,
  • Imposter syndrome,
  • Similarities between art making and writing,
  • Art crits,
  • Art business,
  • Most moving picture to make,
  • Future projects,
  • Artistic challenges,

To find out more about Danielle and her work

To send Danielle books
Danielle Krysa,
PO Box 20042 Summerland PO
Summerland BC V0H 1Z0

Most moving painting to make . . .


Videos mentioned in the podcast . . .

Fabio video

Silhouette scissors artists

The Avalanches video


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4 responses to “Ep 63 – Danielle Krysa : The Doing Of Joy”

  1. Wonderful interview! Thanks John for all the podcasts. Look forward to listening to Danielle’s now too while I paint. Very inspirational!

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      John Dalton

      Thanks Alison. I’m glad you are enjoying them.

  2. I’m in the middle of frozen nowhere in Canada in December and just found your podcast with Danielle, who I love already but you’ve made me love her even more. I very much like your interview style and am now going to look for more to listen to!

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      John Dalton

      Hi Laureen, That’s great. Yes, Danielle is brilliant. I’m glad you’re enjoying the podcast.

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