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Philip Salamone: Painter, Fine Arts and Teacher - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

Philip Salamone is a painter living here in Madison WI. He was actually one of the first people I met on the podcast back when I started it in 2017. I was given the chance to do this podcast live on a local radio station here in town WORT FM and I asked Philip if he would want to come on the show with me. I thought it would be a great chance for us to catch up and talk about what he has been doing since he was last on the show.

We talk about his artwork and the classes he has been teaching at the new location for his art studio Atwood Atelier.

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Philip Salamone's Website 

https://www.philipsalamone.com/

Philip Salamone on Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/philipsalamone/

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