Ep. 19: On nostalgia, art, and knowing when to pause - with Rajovilla creator Joya Logue
What a pleasure to speak with artist and designer Joya Logue! So grateful the Cincinnati, Ohio based founder of Rajovilla shares her journey of creating TWO brands that have created success and a strong community through social media. Joya’s childhood holidays to a family home Rajovilla in northern India have been a major source of inspiration and the sense of place and history her work evokes is bound to inspire you!
Don’t miss the BONUS minutes in a special cut where Joya talks about her beautiful studio at the top of her house and how natures inspires her. She also generously shares some tips that helped her navigate her kids’ severe food allergies, which ended up shaping her career choices.
As always, you can hear the episode below on iTunes here. We would be so grateful if you share her story with friends who might enjoy it too!
SHOWNOTES FOR EPISODE 19:
Case for Making watercolors and more in San Francisco
Charles Reid’s watercolor books
Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center
Joya’s current favorite camera the Fujifilm X-T20
Daily Rituals by Mason Currey
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Special thanks to Aman Moroney @ Flying Carpet Productions for audio post-production engineering!