Monthly Archives: October 2010

I’m Going Under the Knife

On Wednesday, November 10 I undergo shoulder surgery for a torn rotator cuff (a complete tear).  25 years ago I injured the shoulder playing raquetball, but it wasn’t until this year that, through exercise, I damaged it further and the condition … Continue reading

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Airbrush Action is Broken Into!

It’s such a strange and scary experience to get a knock on your door at 3am, which happened to me this past Saturday.  The tension was somewhat eased once I realized it was the police versus some stranger, but then the … Continue reading

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Sneak Peak at a New Getaway Course

I’d like your opinion of Down to Business, Kent Lind’s new Airbrush Getaway course (please e-mail ceo@airbrushaction.com).  Here’s the description: Down to Business with Kent Lind Learn how to substantially boost your productivity and bottom line! Whether you airbrush as … Continue reading

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The New & Improved AirbrushAction.com

I’d like to thank those who have commented on my blog.  It’s easy to run out of things to write about, so by all means let me hear your suggestions (ceo@airbrushaction.com, if you wish to e-mail me directly) on various topics.  … Continue reading

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Great Student Feedback

For me, one of the greatest rewards in producing the Airbrush Getaway is knowing that we impact people in a positive way.  I understand that attendees pay good money (especially in these hard times) to attend the program, so it’s … Continue reading

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Vegas Airbrush Getaway Recap

Ultimately, Jerry Ott’s Power Portraits produced, by far, the best work I’ve ever seen in a portrait class, but it did not start without a hiccup. Continue reading

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