Andrea Hubbell Photography

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c-ville weekly

published | cville abode | abby kasonik's studio

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The newest Cville ABODE is on stands now! The feature story this month focuses on the live/work studios of three local women; two artists and one designer. I loved meeting each of these women and photographing their lovely, creative spaces.  Each deserves their own post, and today I am starting with painter Abby Kasonik's backyard studio. I love the bright, open space with oversized plants and a collection of unique found objects. 

beyond the flavor | a lot of action!

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There has been a lot happening over on Beyond the Flavor these last few days!  

We have Tucker Yoder from The Clifton Inn sharing his recipe for a Seasonal Garden Vegetable Medley.

C-Ville Weekly featured us in their Farm To Table issue, on stands today!

We covered the Blue Ridge Oyster Festival, and got rained on.

And have been busy playing with baby goats and ducks. We have a new post up on Beyond the Flavor every week...we hope you're joining the fun!

published | edible blue ridge + c-ville weekly

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Check out the latest Edible Blueridge for a fantastic article about Free Union Grass Farm. Erica Hellen and Joel Slezak are the biggest producers of duck in our area, using Polyface-style farming which allows the birds to graze from one end of the field to another. I enjoyed meeting and photographing the two and their ducks while Natalie Russell, editor of Edible Blueridge, engaged them in conversation about their farm. The opportunity to meet local farmers is one of the many reasons I really, really love my job...

And last week's C-Ville Weekly featured a few Andrea Hubbell images as well. A torta di mele (apple tart) and the opportunity to meet Peter Hatch, the Director of Gardens and Grounds at Monticello made this my kind of issue.