Ruby Lane Radio interviews Amanda Gynther about her life, her art and her Ruby Lane shop Morgaine's Well. She explains how living with dyslexia and growing up in a Zen school contributed to her self dicovery as an artist. While discussing a traumatic event from her childhood and the piece of rose quartz that helped her pull through, she shares her views about how other children around the world are living even more difficult childhoods than hers.
The opinions expressed in the interview are those of the shop owner, not necessarily the views of Ruby Lane.
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