League Artists

Emma Forks

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Wanda Gamble

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Sarah Gibson

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Mary Glover

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Shirley Gruver

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Sandi Hardi

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Judy Harding

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Raquel Helfrich

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Howard Hobratschk

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Maria Hoenstein

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Jeff Holberg

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Kathy Holberg

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Kathryn Holter

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Jane Booth Hunt

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Home 120 Lincoln St Bastrop Texas 78602 United States Home Phone: (512)581-2712
Biography

I am a photographer…and have been telling stories through pictures for 30 years. Now, with my business, Telling Your Story, I make books and create stories for people using their own photos and narrative. These books are about our live and what we value. They are about family heritage, memoirs, or anything else that we hold hear. I first started making books when I was a child, stapling papers together and adding photos and drawings. This is a way I make sense of the world around me…by creating a “story” with quotes, writings, and photos. With collaborating with the client, we work together to add depth and meaning to each book.

It’s all about the story…our story…and the meaning and value we give to it. And preserve it in a book.

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Kim Hutchings

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Wayne Hutchings

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Home 2004 Silver Spur Dr Round Rock TX 78681 Home Phone: (512) 740-6572
Biography

Born and raised in Texas, my journey began in Dallas in 1960, when I enrolled in the Norman Rockwell, famous artist school, age 10. I attended UT at Dallas,art dept., 1968, and onto UNT in Denton, 1970-1974. Over the next 40 yrs. I have had numerous showings with drawings, painting, crafts and sculpture. The last 20 yrs. are mostly sculpture, marble, limestone, wood. I use whatever the earth gives me. Moving to Austin in 2001 has been very enlighting and rewarding, love the hill country. We look forward to spending more time in Bastrop.For an artist there is never enough time and life is to short. Knowing and reaching my full potential would be my greatest achievement.

Nancy Isett

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Linda Calvert Jacobson

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Rick Jones

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Leslie Kell

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