Introducing Artist No. 32 – Bob Heath

“I’ve had a fascination with art glass for as long as I can remember, probably starting with the stained glass windows in the church I attended as a child. I also fondly remember the tree that my grandmother kept decorated with brightly colored bottles hanging from strings. Blown glass balls and intricate glass paper weights […]

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Introducing Artist No. 91 – Amanda Triplett

Amanda Triplett was always intuitively creative growing up. “I learned needle craft from my mother and I grew up doing a lot of theater and dance. I was notorious for making creative messes and spending my math class doodling in my notebook. When I got to college, I took my first real art class and […]

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Introducing Artist No. 75 – Karen Sunday Spencer

Karen Sunday Spencer has transformed her life – in just four years. She received a BS in Math from the University of Michigan and was in the corporate world, eventually working for Intel for 30 years. She ended her career on a high, in the Philanthropy Department, finding non-profits that were in line with Intel’s […]

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Introducing Artist No. 62 – Shannon Buck

Shannon Buck is a printer and artist. Her great grandfather was a professional illustrator and designed puppet sets in Europe, and her Grandmother was a skilled Draftsperson. She says she “was raised by bookworms. I learned letterpress printing from old-school Printers. “I can recall in elementary school just wanting to color all day, and I […]

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Introducing Artist No. 51 – Plastorm

Plastorm is an artist I want to get to know.  How about you?  Here are some answers to a few random questions I put to him. “As far as any formal art background or education, I have none. I earned my degree in Film and still work as a Video Editor. The interesting thing is, […]

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