Thriving as an artist requires not only passion and creativity. It takes gut-wrenching nerves, courage, stubbornness, and a determination to make it.
During this episode Traver and Jay talk about creativity as an essential piece in an artist’s life and the methods that Jay uses during his creative process. Traver also asks Jay about the moment he decided that art would be part of his life forever.
Also, Jay discusses about the new artists emerging in the technological age.
From the Host, Traver Boehm
“In this episode, we will have a special guest for me, Jay Alders. Jay came into my life through his art when I was going through a difficult time. He is a fantastic artist who seeks to reach people through his artistic diversity.“https://www.manuncivilized.com/
Time Stamp of the Interview
[1:56] Getting to know Jay.
[3:42] Jay’s artistic journey and how children influenced it.
[11:14] Jay’s most significant lesson he learned after losing his gallery.
[13:45] Mixing paint and writing.
[17:05] The moment Jay realized that he wanted to be an artist for the rest of his life.
[19:31] The role of creativity in an artist’s life.
[22:32] Jay’s creative process.
[27:00] Artistic blocks and how to over them.
[32:18] Join the UNcivilized Nation.
[33:15] How music has influenced his art.
[36:30] Jay, the storyteller painter.
[51:27] The digital era and the new generation of artists.
Traver is inspiring millions of men around the world to shift their experience of masculinity by combining the Primal Masculine with the Divine Masculine.
Author of the books “Today I Rise” and “Man UNcivilized”, he’s also a two-time TEDx speaker, storyteller, podcast host, and founder of the UNcivilized Men’s Movement. Formerly a Strength & Conditioning coach, CrossFit gym owner, MMA fighter, bodyguard, and still a licensed acupuncturist, avid meditator and mediocre surfer.
With a passion for people and a unique lens through which to view the human experience, Traver is a highly sought-after transformational coach in the fields of consciousness, relationship, and personal development.