By Michaela BuhlerPosted March 14, 2019 06:12:24I grew up in a small town in Wisconsin and I’ve been fortunate to spend a lot of time with my dad and grandfather.
I was fascinated with history and history’s place in our culture, but I always knew that I’d never be able to do a lot with my time in my life, especially since I was very much a kid.
I still remember the first time I was able to visit the museum, in fact, the moment I finally stepped inside it was the first and only time I ever saw my grandfather in person.
I remember thinking, “I’m really going to miss this, my dad’s gone.”
I was lucky enough to spend many years in a couple of different places around the country, including at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where I earned a degree in art history.
At UW, I got to do art in the school’s Art Center, and I did my master’s work in photography.
I got a master’s degree in visual arts from UW in the fall of ’92, but it was really just about becoming a photographer, and photography just seemed like a natural fit for me.
I was also fortunate to be in the photography program at UW’s College of Design.
It was a pretty incredible program, with all of the different photography workshops, so there was a lot that I wanted to do in photography, but the school really made it a priority to be a great teacher.
I really liked the art school and the faculty.
The program was pretty small, so I just wanted to be part of the art world, so the first two years I did a photography course in my first year, but then I took a photography class in my second year.
I took that class for about four years and it was great.
I love the teaching, it’s just so much fun.
I loved being able to see the world from all different angles.
My parents, who were both photographers, were really supportive of it and were very involved in it.
The most beautiful thing in the world was always in the front of my mind, and so when I saw that beautiful painting of my grandfather, I always wondered what it was.
I didn’t know what it would look like.
When I first saw it, I was like, “This is really cool, this is really pretty.”
I just kept looking at it.
I kept reading the caption.
I’m thinking, I wonder if my grandfather would approve of this?
I was so happy that I decided to paint this on my walls.
It would be something to remember me by.
The way my mother and dad and sister reacted to the painting was really wonderful.
I’ve never really talked to them about art, but they just really loved it.
It made me feel good, so that’s what made me continue painting.
My father and I had a very, very strict, “no painting in the house” policy.
He was the only one in our family who had a painting, and we had a big painting collection, and he always wanted to have something special for the house.
We had a lot in the back of our garage, and my mother had a collection of paintings, so we would hang on to the paintings.
My grandfather, however, had a small painting on the wall.
He loved it and would go into the garage and look at it, and if he was able, he would paint it himself.
I started painting when I was about 11 or 12 years old, but as I got older, I started to see what I wanted in a painting.
I think I’m probably an artist by nature, so my dad helped me start painting, too.
I guess it’s a natural thing, but my father and mother really helped me find what I was looking for.
I think that’s why I feel so fortunate to have been able to paint so long, and how fortunate I am to be able share it with the world.
Art is very important to me.
When my grandfather passed away, my mother took him to the museum to see this painting and to pay his respects to him, and that was really important to her.
He would go home and take his own picture, and it would go on the mantelpiece in the living room and hang on the walls, and when he was gone, I think that was a really special moment for her and I think she wanted to paint the painting herself.
I love painting, but sometimes it’s nice to be reminded of what you’re painting and that it’s meaningful.
It makes me feel better when I do it.
And it’s not just the painting, it also gives me a sense of accomplishment and pride in my work.
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