A podcast focused on deep conversations exploring spiritual healing through art making and the medicinal powers of returning to our earth bodies through intimacy, vulnerability, play and compassion. Hosted by Emma Freeman, intuitive artist, poet, writer and healer. She works with fibers, textiles, s… read more
In this episode, I talk with the amazing artist, Zak Foster who is an improv quilter, textile artist, community builder and deep, wonderfully insightful and wise human. We go on a journey together to explore what holding space means to each of us in this moment as artists and creative community leaders.
You can find Zak's online community, The Quilty Nook here: www.zakfoster.com/quiltynook
Zak's website with his incredible burial quilts, memory quilts and other work can be seen here: www.zakfoster.com.
And find Zak on Instagram here: www.instagram.com/zakfoster.quilts/
Emma Freeman is an intuitive artist, poet and teacher who makes art as healing practice to process emotions and thoughts and connect to her soul and the amazing natural world that we are all rooted in. She is a Wisconsin-based artist who is Buddhist, sober, queer and a highly sensitive person. She makes fabric meditation books, contemplation cloths she stitches by hand over many months, buried earth books, fiber sculptures, weavings with nature, poetry and more.
You can see her work and all of her classes at www.creativeunearthing.com.
Find her on Instagram at www.instagram.com/emmafreemanart.
Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/emma-freeman-art/message
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