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Episode Info: Episode 117: Katlyn Hubner This time on The Grit City Podcast, they guys sit down with Katlyn Hubner, a visual artist and model, born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She describes herself as an ambitious painter based out of Seattle, Washington. She has upcoming solo events on April 22 at The Factory on Capital Hill in Seattle and at the Feast Art Center in Tacoma in November. The show kicks off with the discussion of hiding Girl Scout cookies from the fam, Katlyn’s bug out bag, and the sharing of germs between Katlyn and the guys within the first five minutes of the show. Katlyn discusses being from Baltimore and how she ended up in Tacoma while modeling and the death of her husband. She also covers her art and shows she does around the community and upcoming events. 14:58 – Katlyn talks about her show in November at the Feast Art Center in Tacoma, a local Tacoma community art school that she is renting space from to do her paintings at. They also talk about Amazons excellent customer service, the way Amazon encourages small business growth and what each of them changed their name to when they’re were kids. At the ½ way mark, Katlyn explains her art style and the different types of feelings that they generate in the people that view her art. She expresses her thoughts on people that wear Affliction clothing, where people can see her art, and the award she received at the Coos Bay art show. 31:45 – Katlyn gives information on where fans can find her online, including her website, Instagram, and Snap Chat. She talks about plans she has for future performances in Portland and the guys talk about their upcoming plans for Norwescon in April. They also talk about the guests they have following her interview that day. This show
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