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S04 Episode 9: Emily Balsley, Illustration, Murals and Publications.

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Today I get to meet Emily Balsley. She's a full-time self-employed artist whose illustration work I really admire. We've tried to get together to talk a few times. When she started working on a mural here at the University of Wisconsin, I stopped by and we were finally able to get together and talk.

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https://www.emilybalsley.com

Instagram: @emilybluestar

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