2 artists from 2 generations on how fear kills creativity (and stresses you out!)

October 12, 2021

They’re both successful artists and entrepreneurs—she’s the millennial ceramist and founder of Lolly Lolly Ceramics, whose pieces literally sell out in minutes; and he’s the board-certified dermatologist and founder of one of the first clinical beauty brands on the market, Murad Skincare. Listen in as Lalese Stamps (Well Connected’s guest editor this month) and Dr. Howard Murad chat about how art helped save their stressful lives—and how fear is any creative’s greatest enemy. Plus, be sure to visit wellconnected.murad.com for more skin wellness stories rooted in facts and science.

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Lalese Stamps is a ceramicist and founder of Lolly Lolly Ceramics. Beloved for handmade work that feels intimate, authentic and inviting, she's garnered a cult following on social media, and her "functional yet display-worthy" art has been featured in British Vogue, Architectural Digest and The New York Times. As a brand whose founder, Dr. Howard Murad, swears by the healing, self-care power of art, we couldn’t think of a better guest editor for Well Connected.