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Joseph Arruda: Illustration, collage and mixed media - Tom Ray's Art Podcast 210815

Joseph Arruda is an illustrator in San Jose, CA. We talk on this show about the work Joseph does and other things like Illustration influences, the pens he likes to use. Plus, new things in life like finding a creative space and how in recent years mixing traditional art along with digital is something he is growing to like more. Joseph makes large mixed media collages as well and in the past worked for the art website DeviantArt.

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Joseph Arruda on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/zeruch

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

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