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Video: Artist Studio Tour with Jill Allison Bryan


by Cindy Chaffin 26 Mar 2010

Jill Allison Bryan has been a favorite on the local music scene since the 90’s. She met her singer-songwriter husband, Doug Bryan, while performing with him in the award-winning band, Big Boss Groove. Together they built a gorgeous Mediterranean-style home near White Rock Lake, where they are raising their beautiful daughter Riley. Their home is […]

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Jill Allison Bryan has been a favorite on the local music scene since the 90’s. She met her singer-songwriter husband, Doug Bryan, while performing with him in the award-winning band, Big Boss Groove. Together they built a gorgeous Mediterranean-style home near White Rock Lake, where they are raising their beautiful daughter Riley. Their home is complete with two studios (one for Jill and one for Doug), Brutus, the well mannered Cocker Spaniel, and a wonderful sense of creativity and tranquility.

Jill planned the release of her first solo album, Dancing in Limbo, to coincide with the event she’s coordinated, Infinite Possibility – A Night of Music, Art & Women Helping Women. The purpose of the event Saturday night  is to raise awareness and support for one of her favorite charities, Women for Women International.

Infinite Possibilty is a night of music and art by 13 artists and features a silent auction and live performances. The evening’s festivities will be hosted by  Krys Boyd, of Think on KERA. One hundred percent of the profits will directly benefit Women for Women International, which provides the education and support necessary to help women in war-torn countries rebuild their lives with dignity.

You can meet more of the participating artists by visiting the Infinite Possibility website, where you’ll find video interviews and artist bios.

Recently Jill invited Art&Seek into her home and studio to talk about her work, her environment and her music.  We’re adding her to our Art&Seek Artist Studio Tour.

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  • Sherry Houpt

    I am so inspired by Jill! The painting I did as a visual interpretation of her song, “Forever and a Day”, was one of the most meaningful creative experiences in my studio recently. Best to Jill… and the cause…Women for Women International!