Episode 2: Spring

This weekly podcast brings listeners joy and comfort for these uncertain times.

Spring

This week the topic is Spring. Seema and Gina share some of their thoughts about how the weather affects artists and their work.

Spring Thunderstorm, Charles Burchfield, (Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio, 1893–1967, Buffalo, New York), 1955, Watercolor and charcoal on paper, 29 7/8 in. x 40 1/8 in. (75.88 cm x 101.92 cm), Gift of Mrs. Mary S. Huhn, Mrs. Dorothy S. Steinberg, and Mr. John F. Seiberling, Jr. in memory of their father, Mr. J. Frederick Seiberling, 1964.11

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Image courtesy of Sven Kahns
Image courtesy of Sven Kahns

Relief Podcast Music

Jordan King is a multi-instrumentalist based in Kent, Ohio. Through his music project, Swell Tides, he has worked with Akron Recording Company and Electric Company Records. His work has been featured in the Devil Strip, Cleveland Scene, Akron Recording Company’s Where the Hell is Akron, OH? Vol. 2. Find Swell Tides on Bandcamp and Spotify, and stay in tune with upcoming shows on Instagram @swelltides
https://smelltides.bandcamp.com
https://open.spotify.com/artist/2qa5gCXkIOy2wkvQAPQPAy?si=1OPf7j5hQUCl0IU4zI3-Og

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