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Making Your way in the Art World. A Discussion with Tracy Levesque, A.k.a., “The Birch Lady.”

Life as an artist is never easy and “making it” is even more of a challenge than most people realize.  Join me as I sit down with Tracy Levesque, also known as “the Birch Lady” and discuss some of the ins and outs of making your way in the art world. As my first attempt at … Continue reading Making Your way in the Art World. A Discussion with Tracy Levesque, A.k.a., “The Birch Lady.”

Road Tripping: A Prodigal Son Rdiscovers the American Northwest. Part 2

When I was in high school in the mid- to late 90’s, I’d occasionally visit Tacoma.  It wasn’t without some trepidation that adults agreed to chaperone whichever trip we were taking.  Local legend pegged it as a rough place that shared an airport with Seattle, a city with much better PR.  Even now, whenever I … Continue reading Road Tripping: A Prodigal Son Rdiscovers the American Northwest. Part 2

Road Tripping: A Prodigal Son Rediscovers the American Northwest.

There’s something indescribable about the Northwest.  I took the vastness of the place for granted when I was a kid: the great open spaces; the epic mountains; the beauty of the hills and rivers and lakes.  I go back to the Northwest because there is something incomprehensible about it, something intangible. I don’t live in … Continue reading Road Tripping: A Prodigal Son Rediscovers the American Northwest.