Scent of a Painting


Saturday, April 10, 2004

Keith Miller is a painter in Brooklyn. He says it's quite easy for artists to get wrapped up in the romance of how their materials smell, from the buttery oil paint to the sting of turpentine. Produced by Michele Siegel.


Michele Siegel

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