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An Artist Interview - Julie Gautier-Downes

Nov 25, 2016

Reporter Ginny Brennan is at it again!  Read the Interview below from award winning artist Julie Gautier-Downes.   - When did you start creating installations and using photography as your art? – I have always been making things and in 2002 while in New York, I attended the Fame School.  I began painting in oils and at the same time started with my photography. When I was in college,...

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An Artist Interview - JoAnne Henault

Oct 31, 2016

 Our roving reporter Ginny Brennan is at it again!  This time she sits down with JoAnne Henault – Spokane Artist               – Can you share a little about yourself and what you do. – I’m a retired elementary teacher and I worked for Spokane Public School District 81.  I have been retired since 2005.  I reside in South...

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An Artist Interview - Katie Frey

Aug 22, 2016

  Who are you and what do you do? What is your preferred medium and why? Can you remember one of the first things you drew/sculptured/painted, etc. What makes it memorable? - I painted Jimi Hendrix in my High School painting class, and the teacher told me I could not finish the painting at school because he was inappropriate subject matter. Any artist you admire famous...

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An Artist Interview - Jackie Dolpp

Aug 11, 2016

Join us for another great artist interview with roving reporter Ginny Brennan.  This time with Virginia artist Jackie Dolpp. - Who are you and what do you do? - I am an artist, primarily old school purist.  I like the ‘white’ of watercolor paper! I am primarily a watercolor artist.  I love experiments and trying new things. I am active volunteer and Board member of the Depot Artists...

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An Artist Interview - Kay West

May 12, 2016

Our Reporter Ginny Brennan shares an interview with Spokane Artist Kay West. Ginny – Please share a brief introduction to who you are and what you do? Kay – Previously I lived and worked in California and was in a corporate administrative position. It was fast-paced and detail oriented. I burned out and decided it was time to reinvent myself, get back to my art, and escape Southern California...

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