In this episode I sit down with Steven Earl Weber, a sculptor living and working in Philly. Steven talks to me about his creative process and how his working class upbringing played a massive role in shaping that process. We also discuss how art helps us to reflect and work through our emotions and the beliefs we've been carrying around with us, if we knew it or not. Don't miss out on this episode and go check out Steven's work around the web with the links below!
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Steven around the web:
Kitchen Table Gallery: http://www.kitchentablegallery.com/future-artists/#/steven/
Music from Free Music Archive:
Intro: Corwin Trails: Field Studies
Outro: Transient: Conduit
Producer: Louise ORourke
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