by Elizabeth Winslow • Photography by Molly Winters Keith Kreeger wants to get intimate. “How many pieces of art do you hold on a daily basis?” he asks on a recent visit to his ...
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by Claire Cella • Photography by Jesus Hidalgo Travis Weige is accustomed to speed—he used to work as a media sales executive and was inundated daily by a deluge of digital communication ...
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by Claire Cella • Photography by Melanie Grizzel Strolling through the Texas Farmers Market at Mueller, I hear it: the gentle, unbroken purr marked by a series of fierce, quavering trills. ...
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by Jan Heaton Then: I was standing next to my mom at the age of ten, carving well-spaced rows with a hoe in the thawing Michigan spring soil, aided only by our hands and a spool of string for line. ...
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By Layne Victoria LynchPhotography by Marc Brown Taking in the exquisite detail, subtle nuances and modern aesthetics of Eric Billig’s creations, it’s hard to believe that the local ...
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In recent years, the DIY movement has gained momentum—inspiring people to build their own structures, grow their own food and create all manner of crafts, both practical and whimsical. It was ...
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About the Artist “In All Its Glory,” is a watercolor by Jane Horning, of Wimberley. Her work can be seen at All About Image and Linda’s Fine Foods in Wimberley. For more ...