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RYNo Art

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Ryan Bahlman (RYNo) began designing art for Volcom clothing in the early 1990s. His talent was quickly recognized and shortly after he was invited to start designing snowboard graphics for Lib Technologies in 2000.

Earl Jam

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Earl Christensen moved to Lake Tahoe in 2001 to be closer to the snow. He paints and draws using various mediums, including watercolor, acrylic, ink, digital, and spray paint. His subjects include portraits, fish, and wildlife.

Parting Shot…Untouchable

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Riverside Studios in downtown Truckee held its 10th annual CR Johnson Memorial Lion Heart Art Show on Feb. 7. Works created by local artists were featured.

The Artist Athlete

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Casey Curtis received his master’s in Poetry Writing from San Francisco State University in 2009. Here we feature a smattering of his work.

Urban Sketching

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Ruth Jaeger sketches anywhere she can: Cafés, restaurants, meetings, the doctor’s office, airports — all places where she is surrounded by people and potential unwitting models.

Adrien Haage

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This is your space! Submit a story, poem, photo, illustration, or whatever to creativebrew@moonshineink.com. Submissions are due by the first Wednesday of the month. Provide contact info, brief bio, and a byline so we appropriately credit you for your masterpieces.

 

 

Carla Platt

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Carla Platt was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. to a Dutch-born commercial artist who created landscapes and portraits in oil and pastel. As a young...

Colorful Creatures

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Reid jokes that her artwork doesn’t have a super-deep meaning or depict anything that the highbrow art world might talk about — she thinks it just kinda feels good. She couples her strong sense of color with her connection to animals and our natural world when creating her pieces.

A Spiritual Place, A Creative Space

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A friend of mine recently called me a 'creativity junky,' which suggests an addiction to being creative. On the contrary, I believe that using my creativity grants me a reprieve from my addictions, and gives me the opportunity to find innovative and inspirational responses to life. Instead of running from chaos, I use my creativity as a compass to help me navigate its storms. Being creative connects me both to my innate creative power – my Self – and to my higher power, my Creator. For me, creativity is a spiritual practice. It is one of the most important aspects of my existence.

Wildly Goods

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Hawk & Field is handmade jewelry and small batch apothecary made with intention, a sweet nod to soul, and a whole lotta love

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