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Why you see a lot of posts here about Traver Gallery in Seattle…

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Because they are one of the reasons that glass had a renaissance!  Also, a lot of the people Mellissae grew up with became friends because they met through the gallery…Plus, I love their… Continue reading

The Painted in the Desert Documentary is available now!!!! Here is how you can watch it.

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This is pretty exciting and just the first phase. The website is not finished but will be very, very soon. In the meantime, you can see the entire 87 minute documentary here in… Continue reading

Had our second successful screening last night!

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The first screening had a few sound problems and a bit of sauna conditions.  Our second had a few color problems and was a bit cold.  We STILL had many happy viewers and… Continue reading

Seeing is Believing-The Vision Fulfilled

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Boy has it been a fabulous couple of weeks for the Painted in the Desert movie. MK has been previewing the film for a small number of folks and the feedback has been great. We… Continue reading

Leaving New Mexico for now

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Mellissae Lucia is leaving her beloved New Mexico for now, but the trip was rich with friends, creativity and the land. The Painted Body footage taken for the Painted in the Desert movie… Continue reading

Joyfully Filming New Mexico Magic

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MK and I had such an incredible time filming in New Mexico for the Painted in the Desert movie. We went down in graffiti tunnels, filmed my community discussing the changing times, and… Continue reading

Paul Marioni, glass artist interview today!

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Wow are we blessed. We had an incredible interview with the glass artist Paul Marioni today!

Photo Booth joy and an Artists Call to ACTION with 9 days to go

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Article by Mellissae Hello wonderful Painted in the Desert-A Travel Essay independent film supporters. We have been having a fabulous week filming the glass artist Cappy Thompson and playing at the photo booth… Continue reading

I’m excited to interview him next week!

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I love his work and how/why he expresses himself.  I’m a little nervous too now…wish I hadn’t seen this. Museum of Glass visiting artist:  Paul Marioni