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James Woodside painted a series of landscapes in Antartica upon receiving a grant from the National Science Foundation. Mark Sublette saw them in an issue of American Artist and knew he was destined to show this artist in his gallery. 15 years and countless paintings later, Woodside stops by Medicine Man Gallery to share his story with host Mark Sublette. In this episode you'll learn about the New York art community in the early 1980s, the artistic merit of being an educator, and the practice of painting through means beyond eyesight. This episode is one you can't afford to miss.