Glenwood Artist Featured On Public TV’s ‘Postcards’
An upcoming broadcast on Pioneer Public Television on Sunday, May 17 at 7 p.m. will feature a mysterious 500-year-old dugout canoe in Montevideo, chainsaw artist Scott Hanson from Madison and Glenwood artist and illustrator Faythe Thomas Mills. The award-winning Postcards is a weekly art, culture and history program showcasing the people and communities of western and southwestern Minnesota. The episode will be repeated on Monday, May 18 at 1:30 p.m. and on Thursday, May 21 at 7 p.m. The program will also be available for online viewing on the morning of May 18 through the station’s website: www.pioneer.org/postcards.
About Faythe Mills
Faythe Thomas Mills graduated from high school in Buffalo and graduated in 1990 from North Hennepin Community College with a graphic design degree. She started her own business soon thereafter and has been creating fine art ever since. Her passion lies in working in pastels, watercolor, ink wash, pencil, and acrylic, and she has illustrated three children’s books. She now lives in Glenwood on Lake Minnewaska.
“If you can bring something out of somebody that’s already there to make them more confident or believe in themselves, I think is important,” said Mills when describing some of her portraits. “If anyone has the love for art or wants to get into art I would encourage them to just start practicing, she added.
About Pioneer Public Television
Established in 1966, Pioneer Public TV is an award-winning, viewer-supported television station dedicated to sharing local stories of the region with the world. For more information visit: www.pioneer.org.