Multi-media artist and instructor!
Today on the show we have artist Rafael Perea de Cabada, who spends part of his time painting, part of his time sculpting, part of his time doing neither in a multi-media kind of way, and part of the time teaching at SBCC. I didn’t know that last part until I asked him to be on the show and it turned out he teaches in the same building as me.
He’s been a multidisciplinary artist for many, many years and has also been showing at the Arts Fund of Santa Barbara occassionally, which is where I first talked to him, and from there invited him on the show.
Now, this is a different interview than most because we really get into ideas of teaching, of art, of inspiration, and though we do touch on his history and his art, we kept getting back to the bigger issues. I have to say, I hope you like this interview, and let me know in the comments on this page if you’d like to hear more shows like this. It’s slightly different than the others that’s for sure.
You can find him at his website and at Facebook. If you’re in Santa Barbara, take his course. If you’re in Los Angeles, go check out The National Museum of Animals & Society…we’ll be doing a podcast on them in the future!!
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