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They keep giving us options, talking about radiation, chemo and still talking about a possible mastectomy. We thought they told us none of this would be needed after the surgery.

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A collection of daily comic journals from May - Aug 2017 about life as my wife battled breast cancer.

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Jason Scott

This weeks episode I meet Jason Scott.

Jason is a sculptor of large and small-scale pieces, which includes jewelry. And it all seems to relate back to when he studied to be a sushi chef years ago.

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Philip Salamone

This week I meet painter Philip Salamone

One interesting thing I find out in this conversation... my studio is literally across the street from his and we have never met before. So I'm glad I got a chance to talk to him. Philip's work is all over town, including the "Faces of Incarceration" exhibit at the Overture Center. He teaches at both the University of Wisconsin - Madison and also has classes at his studio, the Atwood Atelier.

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Website - https://www.philipsalamone.com

Philip's studio - www.atwoodatelier.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/philipsalamone

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A nice email.

It's so touching that we were able to help someone, even if it was just a little bit, as they go through a difficult time.