Podcast Interview with Mari Robeson

Podcast Interview with Mari Robeson

I did a fun interview with Mari Robeson for her Love Lou Lou Youtube Podcast and it's out today! Mari is a multi-talented artist, designer, and author based out of central California. Her podcast, Love Lou Lou, was created in memory of her sister (a beautiful story), where she and other artists discuss their creative journey, creative business tips, a little behind the scenes into their work, advice for other creatives, and more. 

Love Lou Lou Podcast with Mari Robeson Episode 21 with artist Jennifer Allevato

It's the perfect thing to listen to while you're traveling for the 4th, cleaning (ha), or just relaxing. (I love listening to podcasts while I go on walks!) The fun thing about a Youtube Podcast is that the interview is coordinated with photos that illustrate what we're talking about - kind of like interactive show notes. (But here are the actual show notes as well).

In the episode, we discuss my journey to being a painter, discussing my costume design past as well as my early business journey making embroideries (there are pictures, y'all....).

Mari also created the Louise Monforte Memorial Art Scholarship, which you can read more about here

Louise Monforte Memorial Art Scholarship from Mari Robeson

You can watch/listen to the episode here (and you should go ahead and subscribe to her Youtube channel while you're at it so you never miss a new episode). 

Thanks again to Mari for having me on your show. Hope you love the episode! 




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