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I had Philip Garaway on the podcast today. I knew it would be a very interesting podcast and I also knew it would also go very long (which it did). It was over two hours so we're going to break this into two episodes.
Episode one is about his early life and how he became who he is spiritually and emotionally from a walkabout in India for a year to living on a kibbutz in Israel and just all these interesting components of his life that make him who he is. We also speak on the Vietnam War and how that affected him and his family. Philip shares some stories that he hasn't shared publicly before and they are not only interesting but quite moving.
I've known Philip for over 30 years. In fact, he was one of the first people I bought pottery from when I was still in the military in Los Angeles in 1988. So a very long history of who the players were in the Native American art field and how he was involved in forming it into what it is today. It's quite fascinating. Philip Garaway part one.