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Jessie Taylor: Painter and podcaster - Tom Ray's Art Podcast 201206

Jessie Taylor is a painter living in New Jersey who also hosts a podcast called Dream a little dream. We talk about her artwork and how she manages to carve out time to pursue her passions while working a full-time job.

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Jessie Taylor's website https://www.jessietaylorpaints.com

https://www.instagram.com/jessietaylorpaints

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Podcast Music by my band Lorenzo's Music, listen on Spotify https://spoti.fi/2JJF39Q


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