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Inside the Artist’s Studio with Painter Joy Dorr

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As you might know we frequently publish what we like to call our Inside the Artist’s Studio column. In each article we connect with a featured artist by asking them select questions and showcasing their work. This month we are doing things a bit differently. We want to share with you the work of Alcohol […]

Inside The Author’s Den with Novelist Patricia S. Christy

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Pat Christy is definitely one of Mountain Made’s more imaginative writers. She has authored two installments in her series, The Last Scroll (The Education of Temple Fox, Book One and her latest release, The Return of the Ka and the Mending of the Su, Book Two). Yet she considers herself to be a “bit of […]

Inside the Artist’s Studio with Jewelry Designer Gayle Ray

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    “The artist’s studio is central to an artist’s myth and the way that we come to understand the work of art and its meaning in society”, says Alex Gartenfeld, the deputy director and chief curator of the Institute of Contemporary Art Miami (ICA). So as part of our continuing series, “Inside the Artist […]

Handmade Glass Ornaments by Scientific Glassblower Jason Probstein

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Inside the Artist Studio with Jason Probstein …. As you might know we frequently publish what we like to call our Inside the Artist’s Studio column. In each article we connect with a featured artist by asking them select questions and showcasing their work. This month we are doing things a bit differently… We want […]

“Pumpkin Pickin Time” – Now Harvesting Hand Blown Glass Pumpkins

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Hand Blown Glass Pumpkins By Terri Sigler Traditional Glassblowing It is always interesting to us, to learn how an artist gets started. But of all the stories we have heard over the years, Terri Sigler’s is one of the most unique: according to Terri she started her journey into traditional glassblowing in 2006, when her husband […]

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