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Art of The Red River

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Wade Zahares, Mike Dubisch and Carolyn Watson Dubisch talk with artists from all walks of life from different locals around the world.   Our first guest is jeweler and gallery owner Lynda Rasco. Lynda started making jewelry at the age of 12 in the DeCordova art Museum School under the instruction of a master goldsmith from Italy. She continued to study jewelry making in high school. Lynda then went on to Massachusetts College of Art, and Portland School of Art to further her jewelry making skills. After college, she apprenticed for five years at two different goldsmith studios. Lynda received her gemological certificate from the Gemological Institute of America. Her and her husband Bill's jewelry line, the Harvest Gold designer features hundreds of original designs and styles of earrings, bracelets, rings, necklaces, broaches, and pendants. Harvest Gold Jewelry treasures are represented at many fine jewelry galleries around the world. The Harvest Gold Gallery, located in the beautiful mountains of western Maine, is a family owned business that has been designing gold jewelry for over twenty-five years. Our next guest will be artist Felipe Echevarria.  Felipe is an internationally collected fine artist and graphic novelist, primarily focusing on figurative painting. " I don’t see auras on people. Rather, I intuitively sense energetic states to a high degree. I seem to know where emotional and psychic pain and suffering are hiding in someone, or were hiding in someone deceased. I often can also correctly read a person’s strengths and weaknesses while looking at a photo, or holding their hand, or meditating on their presence.When preparing to paint these pieces I do much historical research on the particular being and then forget about it—because for me, historical facts can only serve as a foundation toward understanding an individual’s true nature" He currently lives and works in Loveland, Colorado.