NewDominionBlues' Profile

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I spend the most significant portion of my life on my first passion, public administration in local government. But as much as I enjoy it, I have found that creating provides a fulfillment I don't get from my professional and academic pursuits. I have always been artistic, but have seldom nurtured those qualities in myself. Etsy has given me the outlet I need to allow myself to engage in artistic endeavors, and the ability to share it with others.

I am intrigued by the possibilities of trading - so if you have a shop and admire anything of mine, let's chat!

The origin of my shop name, New Dominion Blues:

My husband and I love blues music. We try to visit Chicago as often as possible, especially for the annual blues festival. We even got engaged there. While our hearts may often…

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  • Born on April 5
  • Joined March 13, 2008

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natural materials, especially clay and stone

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About

I spend the most significant portion of my life on my first passion, public administration in local government. But as much as I enjoy it, I have found that creating provides a fulfillment I don't get from my professional and academic pursuits. I have always been artistic, but have seldom nurtured those qualities in myself. Etsy has given me the outlet I need to allow myself to engage in artistic endeavors, and the ability to share it with others.

I am intrigued by the possibilities of trading - so if you have a shop and admire anything of mine, let's chat!

The origin of my shop name, New Dominion Blues:

My husband and I love blues music. We try to visit Chicago as often as possible, especially for the annual blues festival. We even got engaged there. While our hearts may often be in the Windy City, we live in the Old Dominion. Over the years, we have accumulated a large volume of blues music and memorabilia in our Virginia home; enough that we have created our own personal blues bar that merges the blues in our souls with our geographic location - New Dominion Blues.

Read my interview with the Design Style Guide blog:
http://designstyleguide.blogspot.com/2009/08/tracy-selmer-gordon-etsy-artist-from.html

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