Monday, January 19, 2009

Suki interviews Kim

If you have ever wondered how an interior design background might influence an artist's vision read this interview with Kim. She has many book and music suggestions for us too. Kim.

And don't miss these earlier interviews with Patti

and Soulbrush

and now Laurel

11 comments:

Kim said...

Thank you Suki! I had great fun doing this with you making me think in a different way about myself.

Have a Beautiful Day!

willow said...

Thanks for the links, Suki. I'll have to go pay them a visit...

Annie said...

Thank you Suki, for these lovely interviews.

Starlene said...

Oh, Suki, I really like reading all your interviews. You dream up such good questions! And please let me know how Revolutionary Road is. I'd really like to read and/or watch it, but I have this thing...I won't watch or read anything with an unhappy ending. Maybe you could tell me. : )

Cestandrea said...

Thanks for this interview Suki, I enjoyed reading your interesting questions and Kim's answers about her life in movement...

sukipoet said...

Kim, it was my pleasure. I had fun thinking up questions for you.

Ok Willow. I think you will be fascinated.

You're welcome Annie.

Starlene, I've only just begun and it's a bit long. I must say that given the beginning, fighting between a married couple, I doubt it has a happy ending. But you never know.

You are welcome, andrea.

Artist Unplugged said...

Thank you for sharing the interview, wonderful questions with interesting answers. I also enjoyed your writing from your workshop on Saturday, that was very imformative about you!

~Babs said...

Just read the interview at Kims, and you did a great job Suki, with this gal 'on the move'!

sukipoet said...

Thanks Artist unplugged.

Babs, interviewing is kinda fun!

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Enjoyed the interviews. Forgot to come back and mention it to you.
Hope things are going well there.

sukipoet said...

Cris, things are going as well as can be. The winter is dragging. There is also so much to do still with sorting and packing and making choices. Oh well, spring is around the corner.