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Allison Newsome, today’s guest, is an amazing artist.  From her early days, inspired by the CA redwoods, Allison has captured and reused nature to create beautiful and functional pieces of work.

Recently that manifested in her designs for ceramic rain capture that now grace parks in New England.  She is designing extraordinary rain capture cisterns into classic buildings.  Her designs marry the old with the new.  She showcases old pieces with modern uses.  The story of reinventing history is a remarkable part of this interview.

Allison Newsome is an educator, renowned artist, friend to the environment, world traveler sharing her work and blends unique talents around architecture and art into pragmatic solutions to some of our eco challenges.  Allison imagines, and then shows us through her pieces, a lot about our interaction with the world around us.  Her work inspires our spirits and souls.  As always one person’s creativity takes us to unimagined places.

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