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Mark Dabelstein

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Mark has been creating art for as long as he can remember, from painting as a youth to photography in college on to woodworking as an adult. Mark learned traditional and non-traditional methods of creating furniture and folk art as an apprentice to cowboy furniture maker L.D. Burke III and folk artist Ed Larson in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His influences range from the spontaneous pop art iconography of Keith Haring to the creative and improvisational expressions of the music of Jimi Hendrix and Frank Zappa.

Pallet Art is solely created be Mark. His work is made from 90% recycled materials. The lumber used is either salvaged by Mark or purchased at ReCycle North in Burlington, VT. Most of his products are painted with organic paints and finished with a natural wax. All designs are his own.

"The Artists of Frog Hollow" series created by RETN in partnership with Frog Hollow and Burlington College. This episode was produced by Alex Mackowiak, a Burlington College Student.

RETN is the Champlain Valley's education station and can be viewed locally on Burlington Telecom and Comcast cable channel 16.

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