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Bayou Artist

By Meagan Russell
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Oct 1st, 2021
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JODY DOZIER STARTED CREATING LEATHER GOODS AS A HOBBY, EXPERIMENTING AND CRAFTING HANDMADE GOODS. FAST-FORWARD, DOZIER HAS CREATED HIS BUSINESS, WALDEN LEATHER CO., AFTER TURNING OUT HIGH-QUALITY AND FUNCTIONAL LEATHER PIECES. ARTICLE BY STARLA GATSON   PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK You never know...
By Meagan Russell
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Aug 1st, 2021
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article by STARLA GATSON photography by KELLY MOORE CLARK It didn’t take long for Maggie Jones Boudreaux’s artistic vocabulary to begin developing. Given the fact that she grew up under the influence of both a mother and grandmother who were artists and makers, the Ruston native’s appreciation for ar...
By Meagan Russell
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Jun 30th, 2021
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Born to be a Blacksmith, Goodson knew he was  going to take up the trade long before he even had the tools or knowledge to do it. Photograph by Kelly Moore Clark \\ Article by Starla Gatson It wouldn’t be surprising if the image that popped into your head after reading the word “blacksmith” was of [&...
By Meagan Russell
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May 28th, 2021
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ARTICLE BY STARLA GATSON and PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK Perhaps you know the recently-wed Shoemaker by her maiden name, Groce, and the business she owns and operates called Unveiled Radiance. This year marks her tenth as a business owner and photographer, a milestone she herself can’t believe s...
By Meagan Russell
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Apr 29th, 2021
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Daryl Triplett believes God created him to create, and he declares that the scenery around him inspires him to keep going. “I get up in the morning and just know I’m here and that He gave me another day and allowed me to see all of these things and experience them.”  written by / STARLA […]...
By Meagan Russell
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Mar 29th, 2021
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article by STARLA GATSON     /    photography by KELLY MOORE CLARK While many artists might shudder at the thought of an empty canvas, likely wondering if the work is good enough before the brush has even touched the piece of tightly-woven fabric, Rhenda Saporito loves the blank space for the very sa...
By Meagan Russell
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Mar 3rd, 2021
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ALANA WAGNER    /     KELLY MOORE CLARK In conversation and, especially, through her art, Christiane Drieling shares herself fully and without reserve. She doesn’t regret any of the experiences that make up her story: a German-born woman now living in the United States, having ear...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 28th, 2021
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Since the summer of 2020, Elizabeth has shared her passion for quilting with others by teaching classes at Material Things in Monroe, owned by Joyce Sims. article by ALANA WAGNER | photography by KELLY MOORE CLARK Creative is the term Elizabeth Prine feels best describes her. She will tell you plainl...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 6th, 2021
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At 11 years old, Carlton James Madden was inspired to try his hand as a luthier, and after some trial and error, his whimsical cigar box instruments have found a home with musicians from coast to coast and across the pond. article by Vanelis Rivera | photography by Kelly Moore Clark Around 11 years a...
By Meagan Russell
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Nov 11th, 2020
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article by STARLA GATSONphotography by KELLY MOORE CLARK Robin Ozburn sells her crocheted pieces under the umbrella of her business, Roz Handmade. In addition to the amigurumi dolls, Roz Handmade is also a vendor of polymer clay jewelry, and while yarn and clay may seem like vastly differing mediums,...