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Program 812

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Tenrec

We begin this episode of Mixed Media with a look at the work of artist Erin Brady Worsham. Worsham was diagnosed with ALS, a devastating disease that attacks the central nervous system, in 1994. We値l learn about her inspirational story, overcoming countless obstacles as an artist. You値l witness the courage of an artist whose drive and passion for expression remains unchanged in spite of her illness.

Next we値l introduce you to Louisville sculptor Wyatt L. Gragg. After taking some time off from his life痴 passion, Gragg has returned to sculpture and found in it his own vehicle for spiritual expression. In this segment Wyatt demonstrates the journey each of his creations takes, from the initial conception to the final sculpture. He shows us that the ability to focus on the end result through the time consuming casting process requires a special vision on the part of the artist.

Since 1975, watercolorist Jim Mahanes has painted the American landscape with both a realist and imaginative mode of interpretation. The final segment on this episode of Mixed Media features this self-taught artist who also practices family therapy in Louisville. We値l introduce you to Jim and discover the process he uses to create his luminous watercolors.

We have two musical groups performing in the studio for this program. First up, alternative country group Fire The Saddle. Their contemporary bluegrass/folk sounds combine influences that range from the Band and Neil Young to Gillian Welch and John Hartford. And we値l leave you with contemporary Celtic group Tenrec, a five-piece band that blends elements of rock and bluegrass with traditional Irish influences. With driving percussion and guitars supporting the sweet melodies of the whistle and violin, the band gives new life to hundred-year-old melodies.





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