Interview on Let's Talk Art with Brooke Podcast

March 21, 2019  •  28 Comments

Happy Spring All! Spring is my favorite time of year for many reasons, and of course, it's because Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens has their annual orchid exhibit "Art & Orchids". This year did not fail to dissappoint with "Invisible Links" and I am honored to say that I had a display of my orchid photography in their gift shop during the season! This yellow orchid photograph "Just Nesting" is a piece I produced this year that was taken in the Orchid Conservatory. If you look closely enough you can see a face right in the center of the orchid! Please view more of my 2019 orchid photography and take a minute to listen to Brooke's podcast where she interviews me here:  Let's Talk Art with Brooke...Julie Corder. So honored to have been on the "other side" of the microphone this time and featured on Brooke's website. Also, if you are looking for a piece of orchid photography of mine, please come to my vendor table at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden this Mother's Day Weekend, May 11th & 12th 2019. Looking forward to seeing you all there!

With Love & Light,

Julie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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I have two orchids in my collection, and also violets and cactuses.
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Unfortunately, I can't raise plants properly. I don't know what I do wrong, but they seem to not feel well... Maybe, you have any suggestions for me to help them.
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Well, I have two things to say. First one is about the orchid. It is so colorful and beautiful. And the second is about the presented podcast. It was interesting to listen to you both.
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I used to have a flower like this, but I had a lot of troubles with growing it. So I had to give it to my gardener friend who is capable of taking care of most various plants.
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I really enjoy reading and also appreciate your work.
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