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Lucy Clark, Owner of The Lucy Clark Gallery & Studio, will dive deep into the essence of the artists in her gallery and beyond to find their inspiration and exactly who they are and why they do what they do. If you have ever wondered what drives an artist to create or perhaps you are looking to connect with an artist that you admire, this podcast strives to deliver. Lucy will explore in conversation with other artists just what it means to create and where, down deep, we all want to touch an ...
 
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Mark started capturing life through the lens of the camera in 1967, initially intrigued with Black and White darkroom work. He has changed and evolved over the years as a photographer through a full career in leading 4 different Chamber of Commerce office between Michigan and Ohio. His influences include Paul Klee, David Black and Harold Ross. You …
 
Bill and Richard have been playing together for a couple of years, both retired from careers and back to doing what they love. During the pandemic, they continued to play together as part of each others pandemic posse. The program that Richard spoke of, The JAM (Junior Appalachian Musician) Program in Transylvania County offers free lessons and wee…
 
Hope graduated from PCA (now University of the Arts) in 1978 with a BFA in Painting. After having her first child, she spent almost 30 years as a partner in a small design firm called Levan Design. The firm specialized in graphic design, product designs and photography in the china and glass industry. In 2005, Hope gradually made her way into her s…
 
Jeff Ripple is an oil painter who creates fine contemporary realist paintings in the Luminist and Hudson River School traditions honoring North American landscapes. Some of the contemporary painters that have influenced him are Joseph McGurl and Erik Koeppel. A few of the Masters that have made an impression on Jeff are Frederic Church, Albert Bier…
 
Steve thought he wanted to be a jeweler until he found metalworking. Since graduating with BFA from the University of Wisconsin in 1981, he has continued down the path of fine metalwork and never looked back. The principle of "Wei wu Wei" defined in the Dao Ta Ching as "Doing not Doing" has been a focus for Steve in becoming absorbed in the action …
 
Gypsy & Me is comprised of Carolina-based duo, Mike Moore & Kyzandrha Zarate. Together they bring a unique sound to their offerings including original Americana/Folk/Country and Acoustic music. They have released 4 CD's with enough material to take them far into the future. They are beautiful people and I am delighted to sit down and have a convers…
 
Lyn is a Pastel Society of America Master Pastelist, an International Association of Pastel Societies (IAPS) Eminent Pastelist and a member of the Salmagundi Club. Her work has appeared in collections and exhibit throughout the United States, France and China. She is now living in a small town in Maine after 35 years in Florida, where she grew up. …
 
Marc Brown was influenced at a young age by music but moved away from it to become a Dentist. He found his love again for music at the age of 50 when, very suddenly, his life made a very large turn toward a new chapter in his life. Since then, he has developed his skills as a musician and singer and with it, creating a legacy through playing the ol…
 
Chris began her journey with paint about 15 years ago and has quickly developed her skills in oil. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina, with her husband and is constantly inspired by the hues of the landscape and the wildlife that inhabit it. You can see a large body of her work on her website here. You can also see the work available in the ga…
 
Julie Willan found her love for art at a very young age and has pursued it in a myriad of different ways her entire life. 3 years ago, she came across a technique called Fumage which has entirely changed the direction of her work to incredible results. You can view her available work at my gallery here or see some of her archived work and read more…
 
Cindy has been an art educator for almost 40 years and all the while working to develop her own voice as an artist. Her early influences, including her parents, were instrumental to her love and passion of the arts and which continue to this day. She speaks of three artists along the way that have been of great inspiration to her and I wanted to cr…
 
Donna Johnson is an artist and retired Jungian psychotherapist residing in Atlanta, GA and Cashiers, NC. Her work which includes Oil and Encaustic imbues her work with archetypal symbolism which frequently appears in her work. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Sandplay Therapy due to their archetypal content and her painting, "Flower People" …
 
Manfred Rehm is a found art sculptor who utilizes Stone, plastic, computer parts and metal into found wood and root sculptures. He has a degree in Art Education but his work and life carried him into many different venues. He now lives in North Carolina with his wife Cindy who also an artist. If you would like to see examples of his work, you can f…
 
Cathryn started painting at the age of 6 and continued her studies with a scholarship to the Atlanta College of Art, graduating with a BFA in Fine Arts with her main focus being painting and photography. Her work continues to evolve as she works with collage on paper and canvas using assorted materials to create elaborate visuals. To see her work u…
 
Raymond Vennare was obsessed with the study of Archeology, Anthropology and Art. As he states, "it's the tangible artifacts left behind by those came before us." His work has since come to embody those interests and to symbolize that journey. We talk about his newest series, "If Walls Could Talk", as well as where he finds his inspiration for his w…
 
This week Columbian reporters Jake Thomas talks with Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler. Then Thomas, Dameon Pesanti and Will Campbell talk local elections.Finally, get a look ahead to the next two upcoming weekends.על ידי The Columbian
 
This week, Dameon Pesanti and Jake Thomas talk about the Supreme Court case behind the Washington Legislature's failure to pass a capital budget and what that means for Clark County.Next Pesanti talks with Columbian intern Will Campbell about the city of Vancouver's plans to prevent animal hoarding, bring futsal to town and one local bar's struggle…
 
Katie Gillespie and Dameon Pesanti dive into the McCleary funding deal, which legislators hope will meet the state Supreme Court mandate to fully fund basic education. Sen. Ann Rivers, R-La Center, gives her perspective on the events of the session. Ashley Swanson talks about the weekend ahead.על ידי The Columbian
 
Katie Gillespie, Jake Thomas and Dameon Pesanti interview former County Manager Mark McCauley about his years at the county. Jake checks in with Nan Henriksen, former chair of the Board of Freeholders, about how Home Rule Charter implementation is going. Then, Ashley Swanson gives her usual roundup of how to get out and about in Clark County this w…
 
The nice weather is here! (mostly) Tune in for some hot tips on spring recreation in Southwest Washington from Columbian staff. Next learn about a new project the The Columbian has created where you, the readers, bring us your questions and ideas that we'll turn into stories. Finally, learn about the hot things going on in Vancouver this weekend.…
 
This week Dameon Pesanti and Katie Gillespie talk with Columbian health reporter Marissa Harshman about her story on the shortage of early childhood care centers in Vancouver, politics reporter Lauren Dake talks with state Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, about the state legislative session. Then Katie and Dameon talk about this weekend's events.…
 
This week, the Clark Talks brings you a holiday special to talk about the Vancouver recreational marijuana market and how one pot businessman feels about the future of the industry in the Trump era. Also, hosts Katie Gillespie and Dameon Pesanti talk with Columbian politics reporter Lauren Dake for an update on the upcoming special session. Finally…
 
This week hosts Katie Gillespie and Dameon Pesanti talk with Columbian business reporter Troy Brynelson to catch up on the soon to open Ilani Casino. Then Dameon and Katie talk about the Port of Vancouver, the Vancouver Energy oil terminal and Kris Greene and Don Orange who are running to become the Port's next District 1 commissioner. Finally, the…
 
This week Jake Thomas brings you a deeper look at the recent ruling around the Clark County comprehensive plan under the Growth Management Act, Lauren Dake sits down with Sen. Linda Wilson on the tampon tax, and Katie Gillespie, Dameon Pesanti and Ashley Swanson give you the latest details on the weekend's events.…
 
In this week's Clark Talks, Dameon and Katie talk to the local gurus behind escape rooms in Clark County. They also chat with reporter Emily Gillespie about an upcoming story about child exploitation online. Then Ashley fills us in on the weekend ahead.על ידי The Columbian
 
This week, Katie and Dameon dive into the future of farming in Clark County. Lauren Dake chats with Sen. Lynda Wilson about a bill that would make replacing the Interstate 5 Bridge a project of statewide significance. And, in Ashley's absence, the two discuss weekend events.על ידי The Columbian
 
Katie and Dameon talk with fellow reporter Patty Hastings about the first year of the housing-first Lincoln Place apartments in Vancouver. Then they duo chat with the driving forces behind the Best of Clark County vote. Finally they round it all out with a conversation with Ashley Swanson for weekend suggestions.…
 
Tune in as State politics reporter Lauren Dake talks with Sens. Annette Cleveland and Ann Rivers to talk about insurance and the Affordable Care Act among Washington residents. Then small cities reporter Adam LIttman brings us a story of new technology for a local high school's band. Then we wrap up with news coordinator Ashley Swanson and a list o…
 
The Clark Talks crew sits down with the Port of Vancouver spokesperson to learn about the new and exciting future planned for Terminal 1 on the Vancouver waterfront. Then hear you'll hear from local poetry students preparing for state-level competition. Finally, plan your weekend with a laundry list of local happenings.…
 
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