This is the final installment of video interviews with printmaker and painter Lorie Lee Andrews. Rick shares from the book by Donald Worster entitled: "A Passion for Nature - The Life of John Muir." Are John Muir's deep love and passion for nature still possible in our own time? Can contact with natural created beauty inspire people to a higher ethic?
I'm grateful for the graciousness of Lorie Lee in allowing me to collaborate with her for this interview. Choral music benefits greatly from other artistic mediums. And the Indy Choral Artisans always appreciate the opportunity to work with other artists who not only contribute to our city's aesthetic, but also its humanity. Thank you LorieLee!
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I was grateful to have the opportunity to sit down with one of the visual artists from the Harrison Center, Lorie Lee Andrews to discuss the fusion between art and music.
We started out talking about her background and her connection with the Harrison Center.