Posts tagged Artist
L'PAJ. By Susie Dunham

There were about thirty of us creative types sipping coffee and conversing at round tables covered with black cloths spattered with melted wax from past and present candles. The Australian-born Creative Director of our church sauntered to the front, and with his engaging smile explained what the topic of the night was going to be.

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ETHAN HULSE: THIS IS MY STORY

When I was seven years old, my parents bought me my first guitar. It was some Ibanez beater for ten bucks at a garage sale and was the last ten bucks my dad had in his pockets, as the story goes. My relationship with music has always been immediate. It was the first thing in my life that came totally naturally to me, but not in some sort of prodigy way by any means. Academics were tough for me and I wasn’t competitive enough to be great at sports, but music was different.

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KRIS RAE ORLOWSKI: RECORDING HISTORY. By Karina Sprinkle

Partnered with his wife Kristen, Kris Rae Orlowski has a wedding and engagement photography business. His passion for documenting pivotal moments is well expressed in this quote from their website, KrisRae.com:

"What we do is about preserving life, promoting love, and recording history...The moments we capture and the portraits we craft are the visual foundation of a new journey."

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WHAT I DID AT MY FIRST ARTS COLLECTIVE. By Susie Dunham

A few years ago, I was very excited when I heard Brett Mabury speak about creating the Arts Collective. He talked about artists. Visual and Musical. I waited for the Written Word to be spoken as art. After a few weeks with the ‘V’ and ‘M’ words being thrown around, I went and talked to Brett about the ‘W’ word. Writers. “Yes! Yes, Susie. We’d love to have your writers incorporated into this collective.”

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