An Interview with Judy Dykstra-Brown, Teacher, Artist, Poet, Part II

In case you aren’t already following her blog, here is Andrea Huelsenbeck’s second (and last) installment of her interview with me regarding both my art and writing and that of my husband, Bob. Bob’s work as well as my work before coming to Mexico 19 years ago was covered in Installment 1. This installment covers my present work.

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I’ve been following Judy Dykstra-Brown’s lifelessons blog for more than five years, and I have found her to be incredibly creative and funny and intellectually stimulating. I’m so pleased that she agreed to be interviewed for ARHtistic License.

The first half of this interview with Judy Dykstra-Brown was posted this past Tuesday.

ARHtistic License: In 2001 you made the decision to move from California to Mexico. Why there?

Judy Dykstra-Brown: Many years before, I had met a man in China who told me that I should be living in San Miguel, Mexico. He had been there and knew lots about it and we had talked many times as we were travelling together. I kept this in the back of my mind as a place it would be good to retire to once I’d traveled to more far-flung places. My husband was 16 years older than me and we operated…

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About lifelessons

My blog, which started out to be about overcoming grief, quickly grew into a blog about celebrating life. I post daily: poems, photographs, essays or stories. I've lived in countries all around the globe but have finally come to rest in Mexico, where I've lived since 2001. My books may be found on Amazon in Kindle and print format, my art in local Ajijic galleries. Hope to see you at my blog.

14 thoughts on “An Interview with Judy Dykstra-Brown, Teacher, Artist, Poet, Part II

    1. lifelessons Post author

      Thanks, Sam. I have three books I haven’t published.. all about my life. If you run out of reading material and want to read them, they’ll be on their way (via internet.) I may never get around to publishing them and perhaps there is a reason…

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      1. SAM VOELKER

        I would like that Judy and may tell you a few tall tails too, but I will reply via email or some other communication if you don’t mind. That way your valued comments would be very welcome~!!!!

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  1. judyreeveswriter

    What a treat to read both these interviews with you, Judy and see all the art work that you and Bob created, and hear your stories of how you got from here to there. Of course it takes at least two installments to just begin to delve into your wild and adventuresome and creative life. You are an inspiration. Thanks for sending these and inviting us into your stories.

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