Ep 112 Kristin Davenport of Simple Acre Farm
Release Date: 12/22/2022
Kari is the owner of Rose City Boutique and Consulting. She lives in Springfield, Ohio with her husband, 16 year old son, and their two dogs. Though she spent 14 years in Corporate America, in 2019 she began painting furniture in her yard, which evolved into her selling paint as a vendor, and then in November 2020, leaving her corporate career to start her own business. Her passion is helping creatives both focus on their art and make sure as many people see it as possible. She offers her boutique within which they can sell their work, and her consulting services to help them with their...info_outline Ep 123 Laura Louise of Restyled Lemons with Coming Full Circle Creatively
Our Paint Talks guest today is Laura Louise Kottke, owner of Restyled Lemons. Laura’s mission through Restyled Lemons is to freshen your soul and home with inspired restyled furniture pieces, decor, & paint classes. Laura is also creating a children's collection of furniture. Laura is a wife of 27 years and a mother of 2 amazing children. She is a former preschool teacher turned discovered artist. Laura’s adventurous spirit show through the two triathlons she’s completed and jumping off of a 40-foot cliff in Hawaii! Upcoming Events: Laura’s children's furniture collection launching on...info_outline Ep 122 Renee Smith of Rainy Day Vintage & RDV Prints with Making Bravery a Daily Practice
As a wife, mom of seven grown children, NaNa to an ever-growing number of grandchildren, artist, writer, and owner of 2 businesses, Rainy Day Vintage, LLC and RDV Prints, Renee Smith knows how important it is to maintain art/life balance! Her mission is to work with artists and aspiring artists to find that balance. She gives tips and lessons on creating a sanctuary within your home, both for your family and your art, and how to print your art for multiple income streams inside her group Where ART Grows. Her passions include painting with her grandchildren, visiting vintage flea markets with...info_outline Ep 121 Kimberly Reiter of Rubbish Restyled with Knowing When to Pivot
Kimberly Reiter is the owner and artist behind Rubbish Restyled and The Creative Mingo. You can find her retail and teaching studio in Lake Mills, Wisconsin. She is best known for her colorful whimsy furniture creations. Her specialty is fun, inviting spaces for creative gatherings and party hosting. Kimberly is a wife and mother of three sons, residing in Milton, Wisconsin. She describes herself as a lifelong student, enjoys learning and is fascinated with discovering new things. In her words she believes “Kindness will always win. You will never fail if you replace the words I failed with...info_outline Ep 120 Karen Berg with Redoux and How to Grow Alongside with Your Creative Business
Karen Berg of Redoux Interiors joins Dionne Woods today on the Patin Talks Podcast! Karen is the kind of person who will talk to anyone in a grocery store line, dance in public or in her car to a good song, and just fully soak up a fun moment. Karen's friends call her "the people collector" because Karen has never met a stranger and loves to connect with like-minded people, constantly expanding her circle of friends. As a kid, Karen was a serial maker. She never outgrew her love of creating. Now as an adult, she can’t stop making, upcycling things and creating things. With an emphasis on...info_outline Ep 119 Sharri Harmel of The Extraordinary Women Magazine
Sharri Harmel of The Extraordinary Women Magazine joins Dionne Woods on the Paint Talks Podcast. Sharri has had many career twists and turns in her life- from corporate to coach and mom to entrepreneur. All these experiences came together for this creative doer to create a platform for women ready for more in their next chapter. The Extraordinary Women Magazine is an International magazine for women 40+ who are ready to design, create and live a fabulous next chapter, part of the EW group which includes a weekly podcast, blog and community. Stories that engage you, insights that inspire you,...info_outline Ep 118 Gina Luker with What it Takes to Become Unstoppable
Today's Paint Talks episode features Gina Luker of The Shabby Creek Cottage. Gina is an Alabama-based author, artist, and creative entrepreneur who is inspired by adventure. She also recently grew her Instagram by 100k followers by doing a 30-day holiday craft challenge! Gina has been featured in several magazines and websites including Country Living, Romantic Homes, HGTV, Brides Magazine, and The New York Times. Upcoming Events: Gina has a brand new whimsical watercolor class for beginners beginning soon! Website: Facebook: Instagram:info_outline Ep 117 Brionna Morse Living on Purpose
Our Paint Talks Podcast guest today is Brionna Morse! Brionna is a 16-year Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 2O+ years in the mental health field. Brionna is currently a microdosing Guide and Mindset Coach and works with 6 and 7-figure business owners/entrepreneurs. She also works with men and women who are looking to get off SSRIs, improve their quality of life, and create more peace of mind and emotional freedom in their lives. Brionna is also a dog mom and foster mom for dogs. She is a voice for increasing awareness around spaying/neutering and adoption. Avid outdoor lover,...info_outline Ep 116 Brandy Kollenborn of Brushed by Brandy with No Luck, All Work
Join us on the Paint Talks Podcast as Dionne Woods chats with Brandy Kollenborn of Brushed by Brandy. Brandy is a furniture artist from the Sacramento, California area, A stay at home mom with a passion for teaching, design, and artistry. She creates regular content on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube teaching others to learn this craft.info_outline Ep 115 Artist Lori Siebert - Happier Than Ever
Kristin Davenport of Simple Acre Farm & Flowers joins me on the Paint Talks Podcast today! Kristin and her husband Joel are located in central Oklahoma and grow cut flowers for market and run cattle and goats on around 300 acres. Her love of flowers and experience with the healing qualities of being in nature, combined with Joel's dairy farm background has led them to move from the suburbs to their dream farm. They now provide flowers for Oklahomans through several different sales avenues.
They sell floral subscriptions and can also be found April-October at Oklahoma City farmer's markets or via deliveries from their online shop.