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As my conversation with artist Archana Horsting unfolded, one of things that struck me was what an intriguing journey her life has been. The outer journeys we touch on in this issue are fascinating. In each life there must be many journeys, perhaps the most compelling of them invisible. I think you.ll find the journeys in this issue compelling reading, both from the outer and the inner perspective. Editor's Introduction

 

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Journeys

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An Artist's Journey
A Conversation with Archana Horsting

Portfolio: Alexander Rohrig

Portfolio: John Oliver

A Common Humanity
A Conversation with Bob Sadler

Portfolio: Keith Cohn

Art of Living: Passages
A Conversation with Raphael Shevelev

Portfolio: Tom Nakashima

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