Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Alchemy of Art Podcast, Episode 29: Interview with Clay and Fiber Artist Cara Moczygemba

Also available in iTunes
Cara Moczygemba's piece "The Dressmaker's Daughter
Today's episode features an interview with clay and fiber artist Cara Moczygemba and a personal art story from Addie about jealousy.

Typical knitting schnanigans by Cara Moczygemba
Cara Moczygemba is a clay and fiber artist who holds a MFA in Fine Art from California State University, Long Beach. She currently works for AMACO (the American Art Clay Company) where she specializes in marketing, making sample pieces for advertising and producing how-to videos for clay artists.

Not only does she create dynamic clay sculptures depicting people in a rather surreal symbolic fashion but she also constantly knits bringing here work with her wherever she goes. Find out more about Cara's work at:

On the Alchemy of Art podcast we interview artists from a wide variety of mediums about their creative process and art philosophy. Each episode includes folktales and true stories about artists to inspire you and keep yougoing. Hosted by Addie Hirschten, a contemporary impressionist painter,art teacher, author and public speaker. Find out more at

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