Ramona Pintea

Episode 113 – Ramona Pintea – How to Make Art a Path for Serving Others

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When Ramona Pintea turned 40, she decided to close her interior design business and start a new path following her true passion — art. During the beginning of the pandemic, she created a piece called Mother Earth which looks at the hope amongst all the terrible things happening. She shared it on Facebook and discovered a huge audience of supporters which spurred her to create the art series Urban Queen.

In the latest episode of the Make Meaning Podcast, Ramona speaks with host Lynne Golodner about the importance of making art about women, for women. Her bright and colorful paintings explore the desires, experiences, emotions, and inner worlds of women. Ramona is a perfect example of how it is never too late to change your career path.

In this episode, Lynne and Ramona discuss:
Coming up next on the Make Meaning Podcast:

Lynne interviews Nancy Sharp, who moved west after the tragic loss of her husband and built a new life, and career, as a Guided Autobiography instructor and renowned speaker.

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