Judy Kleinberg and Sarah Goodin

This week on Bellingham Art Beat is poet and fabric artist Judy Kleinberg. Judy talks about her love for “found” words. This unique poet physically cuts out and collects “tasty” words from periodicals to create a collage, framable art, with her discoveries. She also shares her experience of being a female artist in the 70’s…

Abbe Rolnick and The Wednesdays

This week on Bellingham Art Beat is the author Abbe Rolnick. You’ll enjoy hearing her story of secret writing up in trees as a girl, and how her writing process developed into the indie-powerhouse it is today producing four novels, with a series in the works. Abbe also shares about how her many years living…

Natalie Ransom and Mommy Long Legs

This week on Bellingham Art Beat floral artist Natalie Ransom, Pozie by Natalie,  joins us at the KZAX recording studios. Natalie brings many facts about the floral industry and the art of arrangements that I’m sure will surprise you. This award-winning floral artist shares the importance of using locally grown flowers for her customers, the…

Cheryl Crooks and Hot Damn Scandal

This week on Bellingham Art Beat the Executive Director of  CASCADIA International Woman’s Film Festival, Cheryl Crooks joins us. Cheryl shares about how growing up working in her father’s portrait studio in Kansas turned her on to photography. Later, a move to California opened a correspondent position for Time Magazine. You’ll enjoy this story of…

John Green and Night Beats

This week on Bellingham Art Beat child development writer John Green joins us in the studio. He’s a supporter of the arts and one of the hosts of Village Books Poetry Group, a public poetry forum for the critique and discussion of poetry. John also reads some of his new humous haiku poems called “senryu”….