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Robin Mayberry

Artist in Ellensburg

I Am An Artist

PRESENTED ON JUN 05, 2015
IN ELLENSBURG @ VOL 3

Robin Mayberry shares her artist path as she discovers that she is actually an artist. For a long time Robin considered herself a hobbyist as she made scrapbooks alongside her artist husband until one day, she realized the truth!

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"Who am I really? Question for the ages, right? Am I an Ad Man or an Artist?"

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