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Or the life and times of esteemed artist Robert Brady. Headed for a career as a card dealer in Reno, Nevada, in high school a teacher sat him down with a bag of wet clay and a rolling pin. It changed his life. Clay features in another interview here, this one with wood-fire specialist, potter Michael Miller, who talks about the ancient art. The magic extends to our interview with the classic flautist, street musician and bohemian, Marvin Sanders, and then on to the secret sculptor of Cayuga Park, Demetrios Braceros. It finally settles at the sketchbook of Romanian immigrant, Florin Ion Firimita. Only in this magazine.

 

Issue# 13               October 2006

Turning Points

Table of Contents

From the Editor

A Conversation with Robert Brady:
Desert Canto

Demetrio O. Braceros:
New Trail of Hope

A Conversation with Michael Miller
Pottery and the Ancient Life

Stephen Seko: Photography

A Conversation with Marvin Sanders:
Magic Flute

Florin Ion Firimita: An Artist's Sketchbook

Thoughts on a Film Festival
BAC International Small Film Festival

Treasures from the Archives
Bob's Think Tank

Acrylic on Hardboard

Julia Connor: The Rescue of Ignorance

Rue Harrison:
Indigo Animal

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"To be an artist is not a matter of making paintings or objects at all. What we are really dealing with is our state of consciousness and the shape of our perception...The act of art is a tool for extended consciousness." --Robert Irwin

 

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