Talcon Quinn Episode #24

In episode #24 I talk with Talcon Quinn of Athen Ohio. Talcon is a designer, crafts person, and teacher. She works with ethically sourced materials found in nature that she process herself. In this episode we talk about How Talcon learned her skills through folk school, using ethically sourced materials, letting your ideas change and learning to chill.

To find out more about Talcon head on over to:

https://talcon-quinn.com/

Here are some links and resources that Talcon provided that have helped her along her journey.

Talcon’s first teachers in hide tanning:

silversmithing mentor:
 
Basket and other ancient arts teacher:
And the woman Talcon did a stone age living emersion with:
Wild Abundance offers classes and consultations in off-grid living, organic gardening, natural building, permaculture, primitive skills, and eco-homesteading  in a community setting on a real, functioning and breathtaking homestead.:

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Here are some link to the books that we were talking about:

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Episode 23 The craftcon interviews

This episode is a little different instead of having one guest I did a lot of mini interviews while I was at the craft conference. So inspiring to meet so many creative folks! Hope you enjoy!

 

 

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Stacy Wengler of Knotty gnome:

https://www.knottygnome605.com/

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Danielle Welke of MI ice Pops:

http://www.miicepops.com/

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Michelle Bazelay of Hot wheels and Glue guns:

https://www.hotwheelsandglueguns.com/

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Nicole Lewis of the original rainbow crayon:

http://www.art2theextreme.com/

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Brit Charek of midwest craft con and crafty mart:

http://www.craftymart.org

Brit@craftymart.org

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Sarah Harste of sarah Harste Weavings:

http://www.shesgotthefever.com/

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Elaine Luther artist:

http://elainelutherart.com