Fantastic photographer and blogger, Cendrine Marrouat, interviewed me!
Today, I’m honored to introduce you to Emily Page, a very talented woman whom I met online a few months ago.
This professional artist and part-time writer works out of Raleigh, North Carolina, and has a new book out, titled Fractured Memories: Because Demented People Need Love.
Cendrine Marrouat: Hello Emily, thank you for answering my questions. What triggered your desire to become an artist? Any particular story?
Emily Page: My parents were dirty, dirty hippies, so I spent a good amount of my childhood riding around the U.S. in a VW camper. That meant there was no TV, and this was before the era of portable video games. So, I entertained myself with art supplies.
My mom was great about trying new crafts with me. She would never call herself an artist, but she’s always been good with her hands: quilting, carpentry, construction, calligraphy, macramé, knitting, sewing, metal…
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