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Keysha Monique Mabra: Collage and Mural Art - Tom Ray's Art Podcast 201108

Keysha Monique Mabra is an artist here in Madison WI. She draws, paints, makes collages and music. She also has started working on large scale murals. We talk about how she took it upon herself to start finding projects in the city to work on and some of the ways that she comes up with ideas for her work.

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Keysha Monique Mabra on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/luego_dreamer

Keysha Monique Mabra's website https://www.keyshamonique.com/

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