Anchored Podcast Ep. 67: Russell Chatham on an Artist’s Life

Russell Chatham On An Artist's Life
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Russell Chatham is a world-renowned artist best known for his water colour paintings. An avid fly-fisher and hunter, it was inevitable that Russell would end up spending a major chunk of his life in Montana, where he fell in love with the outdoors. In this episode of Anchored, April meets with Russ in San Fransisco where they discuss his past, fame and some hard truths about his life behind closed doors.

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Buy Russell’s Books: Silent Seasons: Twenty-One Fishing StoriesDark waters: Essays, Stories, and Articles
Length: 01:10:02

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