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By Carolyn Henderson
The Times 

Talk about Art

 

November 9, 2017

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Family artists (l to r) Michael Rastovich, LuAnn Ostergaard, and Joseph Rastovich have their works on display at Dayton's Wenaha Gallery.

Technology is great, but if we don't watch ourselves, it has a tendency to dehumanize. Art – which has a history as long or longer than technology – counteracts that.

"In the age of machines, robots, and computers taking over almost every aspect of human life, we are finding that creativity is the real human value that has no substitute," says Joseph Rastovich, a metal sculptor from Kennewick. One of a family group of artists dubbed The Talented Trio, Joseph lives, works, innovates, and brainstorms with LuAnn Ostergaard, his mother who is an abstract photographer of "the forgotten place...



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