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The Art of Juliana Hutchins

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Arizona Pin Striping and Melanoma

Arizona Pinstriping and Melanoma Tomorrow or the next day I find out if that big freckle thing on my cheek is a Melanoma. For a couple of days after the doc said he thought it was, I was kinda freaky. But then Yesterday while I was working on my latest mural, the owner of the…

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GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY MURALS

I want to start off by telling you, when I get dementia and have to be in a dementia unit, THIS IS WHERE I WANT TO GO! I am, besides being a mural painter, a retired nurse.  While In nursing school I worked in a nursing home at nights to gain experience. What a HORRID…

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WW2 Aviation Mural

WW2 AVIATION MURAL Like a lot of art/murals I do, I learned a lot from this one. Not only from the art aspect, but also from a historic point of view. I learned what kind of planes were used during WW2 and which ones were considered “cool”, like the P51 Mustangs, some with big teeth…

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WASHINGTON SCHOOL RIPARIAN MURAL

WASHINGTON SCHOOL RIPARIAN MURAL This MURAL was a trip to do. Last year it was supposed to be done but was abruptly canceled. The Highland Center was in the process of obtaining grants to have a large riparian themed mural painted on the side of the school by the area where the Highland Center conducted…

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ENTRENCHMENT

ENTRENCHMENT My sweet husband and I have lived in this cute little 3 bedroom bungalow style house in downtown Prescott for 2 1/2 years now. However, it is a rental. We were hemming and hawing about not signing another lease and buying something, but didn’t do that because of all of the EFFORT it would…

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WHAT ARE WE MISSING?

Metro Station, Washington D.C.,  on a cold January morning in 2007. The man with a violin played six Bach pieces for about 45 minutes. During that time approx. two thousand people went through the station, most of them on their way to work. After three minutes a middle aged man noticed there was a musician playing. He slowed…

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my grandpa, Hugh Allen Hutchins

With the passing of my Dad, Hugh Allen Hutchins’ oldest living son, passes a lot of direct memory of Hugh.  However, I was lucky enough to know and remember him from my early years, and my dad was great at recanting his memories of him.  so this is from both of our memories.  Hopefully, others…

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AND IT CAME TO PASS…

    AND IT CAME TO PASS…. Friend Donna and I were hanging out in Prescott waxing philosophical a couple of weeks ago and were discussing our lives, and how they seem to be just one “chapter” after another.  Little did I know that within a week another chapter would end and another would begin. Of…

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IS THIS LOVE SO WRONG?

MY MANTRUCK I just LOVE my truck. Is that bad…to love a THING so much? think about it tho. It protects me from all the crazies out there (size DOES matter!) It takes me anyplace I want to go and loves doing it…the rowdier the better.  It takes me.on adventures to far off places or…

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GRAND CANYON MURAL UNVEILING!

GRAND CANYON MURAL UNVEILING!  JANUARY 18, 2008     Im just now recovering from the weekend,  and it’s nearly the next!   Last Saturday we finally had the unveiling of the Grand canyon mural at the Shrine of the Ages.   What a trip that experience was!   It’s inspired me to LEARN so much…

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