Byble, Janet 2000-08-03

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This interview features Janet Byble as she discusses her passion for art and why she became an artist. In this interview Byble describes how her art was inspired during her childhood years and her art lessons. She recalls the teachers that made an impact on her such as Clarence Kincaid and workshops that helped her. She then discusses women in art and local artists in Lubbock, and ends the interview by consulting with Leslie on how to promote art in Lubbock.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Janet Byble

Additional Parties Recorded:

Date: August 03, 2000

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Leslie Dutton

Length: 01:08:13


Introduction and what inspired her in her early childhood; Going to Texas Tech and having Clarence Kincaid as a teacher; Art workshops that made an impression on her and glazing; How art has helped her grow; Artists in the Lubbock area; and how she gets inspiration; Her process of painting; women in art; Hopes and aspirations of having her art displayed in a museum; promoting art in Lubbock

Access Information

Original Recording Format: mini-disc and audio cassette

Recording Format Notes: access copy available in reading room

Transcript: Transcript available on dspace <>

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