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Season 1 - Episode 112

click for larger image Over the course of her career, painter Jerry Wray has influenced the community of Shreveport both as an artist and an art teacher; an Arizona craftsman uses his skills in engineering to make one-of-a-kind wheelchairs for the disabled; the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York has reopened with a new exhibition, “A New Deal for a New Generation;” and artist Amanda Louise Spayd creates endearing doll-sized creatures that come alive through animation. A Master Folk Artist whose spinning and weaving skills were passed down in her family, the late Gladys LeBlanc Clark helped keep the craft alive with her focus on Cajun Textiles, so these traditions can remain a Louisiana Treasure.

06/21/2014

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