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Episode 20: Making Art and the Importance of Showing Up


Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, YouTube , Amazon Music, and more In This Episode:

  • Deciding that finding joy in your work is sometimes more important than producing.

  • Knowing that if you like something, surely someone else out there will like it too.

  • If you do the things you like and make the things you like, you will attract people who like the same things. If you build it, they will come.

  • Showing up for other people and showing up for yourself are some of the best things you can do with your time.

More About Alisha A Wyoming transplant since 2004, Alisha Isaacson is a painter, mixed media, and fiber artist specializing in high contrast space-themed art featuring vibrant, saturated color, Natural elements, and graphic lines. A lifelong outdoor enthusiast and gardener, she frequently features floral themes and natural landscapes along with cosmic backgrounds and psychedelic elements to touch on ideas of life, faith, what lies beyond our perception and existence, and how they all are connected. Alisha is inspired by silliness, campfires, Illuminated manuscripts, neon lights, wool, the moon, and pasta. She seeks to make religious art without the religion. Connect with C. S. Phoenix: Instagram - @C.S.Phoenix - @CommonHumanityPodcast Facebook - @C.S.Phoenix YouTube - @CommonHumanityPodcast Website - CSPhoenix.com Connect with Alisha: Instagram - @spacewhalesart More About Common Humanity This is a place for authenticity, humanity, and community. At the Common Humanity Podcast we believe that we can learn through conversation and that everyone has their own expertise. This expertise comes through our lived experience and it is communal. What you are going through, someone else has been through and the stories we share are here to assure you, you are not alone. Are you willing to share your story?


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