You can find Jesse Crock’s art, fittingly, at Jesse Crock Art.com. You can also find him on this week’s episode of the Jon of All Trades Podcast, where he gives Jon insight into the world of a practicing artist. Jesse provides an interesting look at the journey his art takes from beginning inside of him, getting applied to the canvas, finding its way to one of a multitude of places where it’s available for purchase, and then eventually into the possession of someone else. It’s a fascinating evolution, and one you may not have a lot of experience with.
This week’s episode also covers what it’s like to get a master’s degree in fine art, how an artist learns to price his or her work, the interesting tale of how his work came to be featured at so many craft breweries and craft distilleries, a bit about Jesse’s work as elementary art teacher, and, I swear to you, the most interesting conversation you’ll ever hear about paint drying. That’s a claim I don’t make lightly. As an acrylic painter, Jesse has some tremendously illuminating thoughts about his medium of choice that you’ll just have to download to hear.
So be sure to check out this week’s episode, and then head out to Jesse Crock Art to see where Jesse’s work is currently on display. Then grab your beverage of choice, and bask in the warm, vivid, beautiful glow of Jesse’s expressionist landscape paintings.
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