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for Washington the Magazine Vol. 1 Issue 2, Jan/Feb 2012
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Steve Ainsworth is a retired orthopedic surgeon. In 2002, he was able pick up an activity that had interested him when he was a kid--woodworking. He has a workshop near his Washington home where he fashions works of art. He rarely buys a piece of wood because so much is available. His preferred wood is cherry, though he uses oak for furniture, and sometimes pecan branches for a particular project.
Colonel Joshua T. Tayloe built his home, Elmwood, in Washington in 1820. It is located at 721 W. Main Street. Frannye Fowle purchased the home in 2007; she discusses with Rumley how she has furnished the home.
Washington watercolorist Pat Holscher discusses her art. In 2009, the National Watercolor Society awarded her the medqal of honor for her painting \"Family Dynamics.\" It is the highest honor a watercolorist can receive in the United States.