DOWNTOWN LA, ITALY, ART & THE LEFT BRAIN

My guest in-studio today is Anyes Galleani, www.galleani.com, as a visual artist/photographer living in downtown Los Angeles since 1992, Anyes put the “art” in L.A.’s downtown “Art District” and is one of a handful of preeminent local visual artists.    Over the years she created photomontages (before photoshop), collages, digital art, videos and paintings.  Her evocative work has been featured in dozens of magazines, venues and exhibits and has been complementing residential and commercial and corporate environments for the past 15 years.

You might be asking how does a visual artist fit into the show’s core topic of “Bringing a product to market even if that product is you”? Well, artists (including actors, writers, musicians, etc.) lament about their creativity and passion, but are not very good nor interested in business and marketing.  This can be a problem!   Anyes is not only a remarkable visual artist but her left brain works too for business & marketing.  It should have been a “good thing” but it was distracting…tune-in to find out how she tamed here left brain and tackled her personal fears.  This is a must listen because metaphorically speaking we are all  hanging on a wall open for criticism.

Anyes was born and raised on the Italian Riviera and came to California in the 1980’s to study film and photography – she soon found herself photographing celebrities and off on an amazing journey in life.  I’ve been lucky to be part of that journey for the past 17 years.   There is no one quite like Anyes Galleani!

Make sure to visit  www.galleani.com – or Google her…:)

You can listen to the show or download it as a podcast on iTunes at this link:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/february-28-2013/id513363396?i=134626463&mt=2

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