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Art and Soul Radio explores all aspects of the creative process. Listeners range from those who dream of becoming an artist to professional artists, crafters and everyone in between who is ready to fully step into their creative potential. Guests and topics include artists, authors, art materials and techniques, the business of art, creative blocks, AHA moments and more.

Art and Soul Radio explores all aspects of the creative process. Listeners range from those who dream of becoming an artist to professional artists, crafters and everyone in between who is ready to fully step into their creative potential. Guests and topics include artists, authors, art materials and techniques, the business of art, creative blocks, AHA moments and more.
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Art and Soul Radio explores all aspects of the creative process. Listeners range from those who dream of becoming an artist to professional artists, crafters and everyone in between who is ready to fully step into their creative potential. Guests and topics include artists, authors, art materials and techniques, the business of art, creative blocks, AHA moments and more.






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