My compliments to The Seattle Times for ("Portraits," Jan. 20). The execution was a sensitively written piece by Tyrone Beason accompanied...
My compliments to The Seattle Times for (“Portraits,” Jan. 20). The execution was a sensitively written piece by Tyrone Beason accompanied by a beautifully unique photograph by Betty Udesen that perfectly expressed the subject, the art and artist, Kimber Fisher.
Some people might feel this content in the newspaper to be “stuff and fluff,” but to me it is the “stuff of life.”
Nice job. Thank you,
— Eric Madsen, Lynnwood
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