Episode 008: Selling Art on Jackson Square {April Joy Whitecotton}

From the oil fields of North Dakota to selling her art on Jackson Square in the French Quarter of New Orleans, April Joy Whitecotton is a self-taught Zentangle artist who has had plenty of ups and downs in her artistic journey.

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From the oil fields of North Dakota to selling her art on Jackson Square in the French Quarter of New Orleans, April Joy Whitecotton is a self-taught Zentangle artist who has had plenty of ups and downs in her artistic journey. 

We chat about how her background in the culinary arts prepared her for selling her own artwork, and how to balance day jobs and the need for financial security with running a creative business.

Find April Joy Whitecotton online: mentioned:

  • Facebook - April Joy Art
  • Instagram - @april_joy88
  • Twitter - @april_joy88
  • Project Finders Keepers - April’s art project where she paints rocks with words of inspiration and then leaves them in random locations for people to find and keep.
  • April is currently working in North Dakota again, and traveling back and forth between there and New Orleans. During this time, she is continuing rock project across the country. You can contact April via email at apriljoyart@gmail.com.

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Special thanks to:

Eric Laws + Morella & The Wheels Of If for composing the show's theme music

 

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