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Holly Meyers

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I begin my quest to meet artists in Madison, WI with Holly Meyers.

After moving to Madison she was inspired by life changes and her new city's creative energy to devote herself more fully to art. She tells me about how early in life she lost all of her artwork in a fire. Then took that opportunity to reinvent what she does.

We discuss how, even with kids and a job, she finds the time to create. Plus, she found out that claiming your living room as a studio on your taxes is an actual thing you can do!

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via Holly Meyers at http://hiraethart.weebly.com/


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