Winter 2007 

When searching for ideas about art—and the people who create it—for our regional features, I am reminded that Idaho is full of creative, clever people, each with a unique and captivating story. In these pages, you will find listings for events from across the state, reports with a little more in-depth look at some of those events, and four stories that feature amazing Idaho artists.

In our cover feature, Rachael Daigle talks with Marilyn Lysohir about her work as an artist, as a chocolate maker and how inspiration can be found in the most unlikely of places.

In our Southwest Idaho story, Katarzyna Cepek shared with me how her art has helped her come to terms with being a Polish citizen living in America.

Michael Corrigan offers up a look into Pocatello's Westside Players for our East Idaho feature and how a simple bike ride led to a theater company's creation.

In Central Idaho, Tony Evans spoke with Richard Lauran Sample, an artist whose past, present and future make for an intriguing story.

As always, Idaho Arts Quarterly gives us a chance not only to let readers know what's happening in the arts in Idaho, but a chance to learn more about this great state.

—Amy Atkins, arts and entertainment editor


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