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Art Order Interview

Over at the blog The Art Order, Randy Gallegos has just posted an interview with me and Randy Asplund (expert at creating medieval manuscripts and illumination). The main theme of the interview is how to balance your art with other interests. One of Randy's questions: It’s hard for us to imagine now, but if the whole art-thing hadn’t worked out very well for you, professionally, what might you have done instead?" A: Scary thought.
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