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Salma Carreon

In this weeks episode, I meet Salma Carreon.

She makes ceramics, etchings and paintings. This includes hand painted shirts and a few commissioned murals around town. But what she really wants to do is become a tattoo artist. All this and she has only just graduated high school.

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Lalo's Mural



Links:
Salma's website - https://salmacarreon15.wixsite.com/carryonart
Lalo's Restaurant - https://www.lalosmadison.com/
Yellow Rose Gallery - http://www.artonstate.com/
Banksy - http://amzn.to/2xXZCbr
Exit Through The Gift Shop - http://amzn.to/2jeRNuK

Also:
Tom Ray's author page on Amazon - amazon.com/author/tomray

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