Airs Saturday June 13, at 4:00 pm on Ch. 5.1
Albuquerque artist Lea Anderson uses the biological patterns of life to hint at the unseen world of ideas.
“I’m curious about how that world beyond the scientific world exists, because we sense that it’s there, but we can’t necessarily prove it’s there.”
Non-fiction writer William Donati’s books have focused on the real life stories of Errol Flynn, Ida Lupino and Lucky Luciano, to name a few.
“When it comes to nonfiction – evidence, documents and sources are superior.”
Woodworker Jon Hill crafts only the finest instruments. He explains what sets his guitars apart.
“Our guitars are different because of the way they are assembled and set up. It’s kind of a spiritual thing for me.”
We look at the history and the skill it takes to counterfeit art.
“Some of them were great artists, but what they all have in common is they all were great con men.”