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 Gae Orsini is an antique dealer who works from her home in Mendon, N.Y.  Dec. 8, 2017

Gae Orsini is an antique dealer who works from her home in Mendon, N.Y. Dec. 8, 2017

 "Jewelry is an art. Why don't you see jewelry in galleries? You see painting and photography, but not jewelry." 
Stefan Otter of Stefan Otter Jewelers, works on a jewelry piece in his closet workshop at his store in Rochester, N.Y. Dec. 7, 2017

"Jewelry is an art. Why don't you see jewelry in galleries? You see painting and photography, but not jewelry." Stefan Otter of Stefan Otter Jewelers, works on a jewelry piece in his closet workshop at his store in Rochester, N.Y. Dec. 7, 2017

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 The Musician and The Composer.

"My musical abilities did improve after the stroke...I feel I'm very mechanical in the way I play it lacks a lot of emotion. Its much more abstract now. I can play a guitar but I don't play it like you're supposed to play a guitar, I play it more like a lap guitar; I play it like a piano. The same goes for woodwinds, brass...everything has become a keyboard in my head." 

Michael Lowery's musical abilities drastically improved after a severe stroke put him into a coma for 3 days. His stroke also triggered his genetically predisposed schizophrenia giving way to a new voice, a new identity - The Composer.

The Musician and The Composer. "My musical abilities did improve after the stroke...I feel I'm very mechanical in the way I play it lacks a lot of emotion. Its much more abstract now. I can play a guitar but I don't play it like you're supposed to play a guitar, I play it more like a lap guitar; I play it like a piano. The same goes for woodwinds, brass...everything has become a keyboard in my head." Michael Lowery's musical abilities drastically improved after a severe stroke put him into a coma for 3 days. His stroke also triggered his genetically predisposed schizophrenia giving way to a new voice, a new identity - The Composer.

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