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Aug 1, 2016

Blake Paul Neubert is a Colorado artist that focuses on figurative painting. He references themes from his experiences working in the criminal justice field with substance abuse and mental illness. He is the Co-Founder of Death of a Coworker.

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • Growing up in Wyoming
  • Childhood
  • How painting gave him a tool to fit in with the other kids
  • Pushing through failures
  • How working in the criminal justice / judicial field influences the way he views the world
  • His new body of work coming from a deeply personal and dark place
  • Leaving behind a legacy
  • Not getting distracted by our own ego and self-image
  • The emotional rollercoaster of trying to have a career in the arts
  • The harsh realities of being an artist
  • Uninformed perspectives on how much quality paintings are worth
  • How we're living in a world run by technology, which has its pros and cons. We have accessibility to everything, however because of this it has a ripple effect that devalues things that once held a stronger value.
  • How Death of a Coworker came to be

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