Have you ever wondered what is it like to be involved in a collaborative project with other artists? What are the challenges and benefits of creating works of art with others who share your aesthetic vision? How could you get started, and what kind of ground rules or boundaries do the artists involved need to agree upon?
In today's episode, Rebecca interviews California artist Phyllis Lasché about her involvement with Stone Soup, a collaboration of three artists--two sculptors and one painter--who develop their work by passing it from one to another. Phyllis gives us an inside look at this exciting process and what she has gained from it in her own work.
Instagram site: stonesoupart
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