A Visual Interview with

A Visual Interview with … Mystele Kirkeeng

Meet the wonderful Mixed Media Artist Mystele Kirkeeng and see how she answered a couple questions with some fun and whimscal drawings.

A Visual Interview with Mystele Kirkeeng from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

I hope you enjoyed this Visual Interview video with Mystele – more to come :)

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  • Suzanne

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    She is phenomenal!!!!!

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A Visual Interview with … Michelle Ward

In this series artists answer in visual form to a brief questionnaire.

Meet Michelle Ward, a mixed media artist, freelance graphic designer, and workshop instructor from New Jersey. Watch how she answered questions with photos and graphics.

A Visual Interview with Michelle Ward from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Michelle is one of the teachers of Creative JumpStart 2017 along with 26 other artists – read more about this Mixed Media Online Class and sign up here.

Hope you enjoyed this visual interview- more are to come :)

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  • Jean Goza

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    Loving these visual interviews!

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A Visual Interview with … Tori Weyers

Meet Tori Weyers, a fine artist and designer, residing in Indianapolis, who answered some interview questions by me with artwork and sketches:

A Visual Interview with Tori Weyers from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Tori is one of the teachers of Creative JumpStart 2017 along with 26 other artists – read more about this Mixed Media Online Class and sign up here.

Hope you enjoyed this visual interview- more are to come :)

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A Visual Interview with …Jimmy Leslie

In this series artists answer in visual form to a brief questionnaire. Meet New Jersey Artist and Resident Artist for Winsor & Newton and Liquitex Artist Materials Jimmy Leslie and see how he answered the questions with his fun sketches.

A Visual Interview with Jimmy Leslie from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Jimmy is one of the teachers of Creative JumpStart 2017 along with 26 other artists – read more about this Mixed Media Online Class and sign up here.

Hope you enjoyed this visual interview- more are to come :)

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  • JoAnn

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    Nice way to get to know the CJS artists!!

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  • Denise

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    I am loving these visual interviews, how fun.

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    • Nathalie Kalbach

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      Yeah – so glad you like them Denise :) There are more coming !

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      • Denise

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        Yay these and your journal posts are my treats! Can’t wait for jump

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A Visual Interview with … Andrew Borloz

In this series artists answer in visual form to a brief questionnaire.

Meet New Jersey Artist and Educator Andrew Borloz and see how he answered questions with photos, sketches and graphics.

A Visual Interview with Andrew Borloz from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Andrew is one of the teachers of Creative JumpStart 2017 along with 26 other artists – read more about this Mixed Media Online Class and sign up here.

Hope you enjoyed this first visual interview- more are to come :)

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  • JoAnn

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    Loved it – very creative!!! Can’t wait till January 1 and, by the way, I am telling everyone I can how wonderful CJS is!!!

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    • Nathalie Kalbach

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      So glad you liked it JoAnn- the next one is coming Saturday. They are so much fun to put together. And ohhh thank you so much- you are the sweetest. I am so happy to have you back!!!

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      • JoAnn

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        I have taken two of Andrew’s classes – he is awesome!

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        • Andrew

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          Aw, JoAnn, thanks so much for the nice compliment and looking forward to “seeing” you in my on-line class in January!

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  • Rita

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    I enjoyed the interview. Very original way to do it and it gave me insight into approaching things. Thank you. Looking forward to CJ2017.

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    • Nathalie Kalbach

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      Happy you liked the interview Rita and looking forward to jumping with you in 2017!

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