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As an artist I'm always inspired by my community of family, friends and fellow lovers of surfing, yoga and the great outdoors. This series looks at the people, places and stories behind my work. Visit the website at duttonisland.com and follow on Instagram @mrlynnprints and @duttonisland

Latest Episodes

Nestor Gil- The Practice

Nestor Gil and his wife Brandi are two of my favorite people who I greatly respect. Nestor came down to Florida from PA recently, and while he was here we did an art trade, because he is an excellent artist and Brandi wanted one of my prints so we did a trade. One of Nestor's practices is breadmaking, which as I understand it, gives hime a creative practice to enjoy without expectation that acts as a counterpoint to his creative practices that do carry expectation, as a practicing artist and professor. I never thought of bread in this way before, but it makes me want to start baking. Thanks for coming on the show Nestor; much love to you, Brandi, Harvest and Sol.

16 minSEP 23
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Nestor Gil- The Practice

Alexis Asplundh of A2Swimwear

Meet Alexis, the owner operator of A2Swimwear. She's part of our north Florida surf community who handmakes swimsuits from neoprene for all those folk who enjoy being active in the water. We were out surfing one day and got to talking, discovered that sewing and tailoring is in both our families, and then a few months ago Alexis came over to the front porch on a rainy day, and over a couple cups of tea, shared her story. She's from Pennsylvania and a few years ago set up shop here in Atlantic Beach, and we're glad she's here. Check out her website a2swimwear.com and on Instagram @a2swim

98 minJUL 23
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Alexis Asplundh of A2Swimwear

The Practice Episode 4- Don & Barbara Lynn

This is an episode of The Practice, a short form series that talks to people about things they do in their lives on the daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, etc... that make their life better. In this episode I talk to my parents, who are two of my favorite people. They have lived quite the life, beset, as all lives are, by blessings and challenges. One of the things I respect most about my folks in their thoughtful nature, which has served them well. My mom is a life long educator who specializes in early childhood education while my dad is a man of the clothe, first serving in the Southern Baptist Church before transitioning into a career as a hospital chaplain. They moved our family to Jacksonville Beach in 1982, still live in the house that we grew up in, and are part of a deep and wonderful community. I'm proud to say that a few years back the Beaches Leader and the Beaches Historical Society recognized them as Beaches Legends, a honor for which the truly deserve. It is truly a bles...

30 minJUL 13
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The Practice Episode 4- Don & Barbara Lynn

Argie Mitra- Designer, Stylist, Seamstress, Artist, Yogini

Argie is amazing, a ball of light and energy who we're lucky to have in the northeast Florida arts community. Really enjoyed talking with she and Amanda Holloway about Argie's story and the world of creativity in fashion and textiles. Argie is currently making masks for $10 each and if you buy one she makes another to donate to health care workers in need. Find her on Instagram at @argiemitra and online at http://argiemitra.com/

63 minAPR 1
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Argie Mitra- Designer, Stylist, Seamstress, Artist, Yogini

Creating Public Value with Professor and City Councilwoman Georgette Dumont

Georgette Dumont is a city councilwoman of Jacksonville Beach, FL and a professor at the University of North Florida (UNF). I first met her in 2010 as a student in UNF's Master of Public Administration program when she, and her husband George, joined the faculty. Their energy was a shot in the arm for the program, and for the community of Jacksonville Beach that they call home. One of the things I've always admired about Georgette is how she engaged with the community, volunteering for events, participating in public activities and meets, sitting on the zoning commission, and in 2018, running for and winning a seat on the city council. I appreciate her civility and willingness to have meaningful discourse and debate over policy, a trait that much of our body politic would do well to emulate. It was fun talking to her and George on the porch about her upbringing in New England, her route to being a professor in higher education, why she chose a life of public service and her thoughts on some of the issues facing Jacksonville Beach, and other small municipalities across our nation. Visit her website https://www.dumontjaxbeach.com/ to find out more about what she's up to, and thanks so much for stopping by the show. You can find me on Instagram @mrlynnprints and at my website www.duttonisland.com

84 minFEB 18
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Creating Public Value with Professor and City Councilwoman Georgette Dumont

The Practice Ep 3- Essential Oils with Emily Ussery

On this episode of The Practice Emily Ussery is a yoga teacher in north Florida who is a proponent of essential oils, using them daily in a variety of ways to make her life better. My knowledge and use of essential oils is limited, but once I did receive a diffuser of oils once as a gift and enjoyed it. I found that when I diffused the oil it made my house smell amazing, without the smokiness of incense or the fake chemical smell of a plug in. I didn't realize how much I enjoyed it until the diffuser broke, and I promptly bought another. Emily uses oils in a variety of interesting way that was fun to learn about. If you're interested in yoga and/ or essential oils you should reach out to her at atlanticroots.co or find her on Instagram @atlantic_roots_co

10 minFEB 11
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The Practice Ep 3- Essential Oils with Emily Ussery

Music Takes You Places with Caroline Pond

Caroline Pond is one of my favorite people on the planet. She's a top shelf musician on the fiddle and banjo, has a captivating singing voice, and above that is just a super nice wonderful person. Her energy is invigorating; and to me she's a big ball of sunshine.

88 minFEB 6
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Music Takes You Places with Caroline Pond

The Practice Ep 2- A Sentence a Day with Andy & Layla Breed

I recently went for a surf with Layla and Andy, their kids and some of the local surf crew from Hanna Park, at the North jetties, a super fun wave on the north side of the mouth of the St Johns River. I had recently heard that they keep a book in which they write something each day; which connects o a practice I keep at times which is, when I write a to-do list (typically on a note card), I'll write one sentence of what I am thankful for at the top of the card. Then I cut off the sentence and keep it in a mason jar in my kitchen. I feel that writing things down helps make real our inner life, and that can be helpful if you need to get rid of some sad or negative feelings, or if there's a dream you hold inside that you're keeping quiet that needs to be heard; basically it's good for all the things. I appreciate Andy and Layla for taking the time to share this practice of theirs, and encourage you to write on the daily. I believe that it will do you right.

6 minJAN 28
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The Practice Ep 2- A Sentence a Day with Andy & Layla Breed

Seeing Things Different with Photographer Tom Schifanella

It was great to sit on the front porch and talk story with Tom on a breezy afternoon wind afternoon, with the windchimes chiming and life in full bloom. We talked surfing, because we both love it and frequent the same surf spot at Hanna Park. Born in Alabama and raised in north Florida, Tom has spent a life telling stories and fostering creativity with his work at the Shepard Agency. About four years ago he pivoted at the company to focus more on photography, an artform he fell in love with at UNF with professor Paul Karabinis, and has since delved into the medium. His work first caught my eye on Instagram (find him @tom.in.ab); his photographs had a pop to them that was technically brilliant, but that were also captivating in an intuitive way. His pictures tell a story, and frame things in a unique way that really brings the viewer into the image. Go look at his photographs of Rock Springs Run and I guarantee you'll want to jump right through the frame into those beautiful crystal clear waters. Tom is doing some really important work documenting the effects of climate change in northeast Florida, and sharing the beauty of our natural world of which we are a part of, and whole health we depend of=n for survival. I super appreciate all he does and thankful that he's sharing his story with us. You can find more of his work at his website (click here).

89 minJAN 26
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Seeing Things Different with Photographer Tom Schifanella

The Practice Ep 1- An Introduction, with Kristen Huth

The Practice is a new short form series here on Over-the-Counter Culture where we dive into the day to day practices and routines that people have in their life to live better. I, Jon Lynn your host, am going first to talk about my morning routine which is anchored by 1-5 minutes of movement, usually a few sun salutations and some cat/ cow postures. I used to be wrapped up in time expectations with my physical activities, exercise and what not; thinking that if I didn't do a hour of yoga, a couple hours surf session or a long bike ride, then why do it? What's the point? My friend and yoga teacher Kristen Huth, who is featured on this episode, helped me realize that it's not how long you move that's important, but THAT you move, regardless of the duration. I found that movement begets movement, and how the simple act of rolling out of bed and moving for five minutes in the morning before doing anything else can really set you day on a good course, and change your life. I challenge yo...

15 minJAN 21
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The Practice Ep 1- An Introduction, with Kristen Huth

Latest Episodes

Nestor Gil- The Practice

Nestor Gil and his wife Brandi are two of my favorite people who I greatly respect. Nestor came down to Florida from PA recently, and while he was here we did an art trade, because he is an excellent artist and Brandi wanted one of my prints so we did a trade. One of Nestor's practices is breadmaking, which as I understand it, gives hime a creative practice to enjoy without expectation that acts as a counterpoint to his creative practices that do carry expectation, as a practicing artist and professor. I never thought of bread in this way before, but it makes me want to start baking. Thanks for coming on the show Nestor; much love to you, Brandi, Harvest and Sol.

16 minSEP 23
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Nestor Gil- The Practice

Alexis Asplundh of A2Swimwear

Meet Alexis, the owner operator of A2Swimwear. She's part of our north Florida surf community who handmakes swimsuits from neoprene for all those folk who enjoy being active in the water. We were out surfing one day and got to talking, discovered that sewing and tailoring is in both our families, and then a few months ago Alexis came over to the front porch on a rainy day, and over a couple cups of tea, shared her story. She's from Pennsylvania and a few years ago set up shop here in Atlantic Beach, and we're glad she's here. Check out her website a2swimwear.com and on Instagram @a2swim

98 minJUL 23
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Alexis Asplundh of A2Swimwear

The Practice Episode 4- Don & Barbara Lynn

This is an episode of The Practice, a short form series that talks to people about things they do in their lives on the daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, etc... that make their life better. In this episode I talk to my parents, who are two of my favorite people. They have lived quite the life, beset, as all lives are, by blessings and challenges. One of the things I respect most about my folks in their thoughtful nature, which has served them well. My mom is a life long educator who specializes in early childhood education while my dad is a man of the clothe, first serving in the Southern Baptist Church before transitioning into a career as a hospital chaplain. They moved our family to Jacksonville Beach in 1982, still live in the house that we grew up in, and are part of a deep and wonderful community. I'm proud to say that a few years back the Beaches Leader and the Beaches Historical Society recognized them as Beaches Legends, a honor for which the truly deserve. It is truly a bles...

30 minJUL 13
Comments
The Practice Episode 4- Don & Barbara Lynn

Argie Mitra- Designer, Stylist, Seamstress, Artist, Yogini

Argie is amazing, a ball of light and energy who we're lucky to have in the northeast Florida arts community. Really enjoyed talking with she and Amanda Holloway about Argie's story and the world of creativity in fashion and textiles. Argie is currently making masks for $10 each and if you buy one she makes another to donate to health care workers in need. Find her on Instagram at @argiemitra and online at http://argiemitra.com/

63 minAPR 1
Comments
Argie Mitra- Designer, Stylist, Seamstress, Artist, Yogini

Creating Public Value with Professor and City Councilwoman Georgette Dumont

Georgette Dumont is a city councilwoman of Jacksonville Beach, FL and a professor at the University of North Florida (UNF). I first met her in 2010 as a student in UNF's Master of Public Administration program when she, and her husband George, joined the faculty. Their energy was a shot in the arm for the program, and for the community of Jacksonville Beach that they call home. One of the things I've always admired about Georgette is how she engaged with the community, volunteering for events, participating in public activities and meets, sitting on the zoning commission, and in 2018, running for and winning a seat on the city council. I appreciate her civility and willingness to have meaningful discourse and debate over policy, a trait that much of our body politic would do well to emulate. It was fun talking to her and George on the porch about her upbringing in New England, her route to being a professor in higher education, why she chose a life of public service and her thoughts on some of the issues facing Jacksonville Beach, and other small municipalities across our nation. Visit her website https://www.dumontjaxbeach.com/ to find out more about what she's up to, and thanks so much for stopping by the show. You can find me on Instagram @mrlynnprints and at my website www.duttonisland.com

84 minFEB 18
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Creating Public Value with Professor and City Councilwoman Georgette Dumont

The Practice Ep 3- Essential Oils with Emily Ussery

On this episode of The Practice Emily Ussery is a yoga teacher in north Florida who is a proponent of essential oils, using them daily in a variety of ways to make her life better. My knowledge and use of essential oils is limited, but once I did receive a diffuser of oils once as a gift and enjoyed it. I found that when I diffused the oil it made my house smell amazing, without the smokiness of incense or the fake chemical smell of a plug in. I didn't realize how much I enjoyed it until the diffuser broke, and I promptly bought another. Emily uses oils in a variety of interesting way that was fun to learn about. If you're interested in yoga and/ or essential oils you should reach out to her at atlanticroots.co or find her on Instagram @atlantic_roots_co

10 minFEB 11
Comments
The Practice Ep 3- Essential Oils with Emily Ussery

Music Takes You Places with Caroline Pond

Caroline Pond is one of my favorite people on the planet. She's a top shelf musician on the fiddle and banjo, has a captivating singing voice, and above that is just a super nice wonderful person. Her energy is invigorating; and to me she's a big ball of sunshine.

88 minFEB 6
Comments
Music Takes You Places with Caroline Pond

The Practice Ep 2- A Sentence a Day with Andy & Layla Breed

I recently went for a surf with Layla and Andy, their kids and some of the local surf crew from Hanna Park, at the North jetties, a super fun wave on the north side of the mouth of the St Johns River. I had recently heard that they keep a book in which they write something each day; which connects o a practice I keep at times which is, when I write a to-do list (typically on a note card), I'll write one sentence of what I am thankful for at the top of the card. Then I cut off the sentence and keep it in a mason jar in my kitchen. I feel that writing things down helps make real our inner life, and that can be helpful if you need to get rid of some sad or negative feelings, or if there's a dream you hold inside that you're keeping quiet that needs to be heard; basically it's good for all the things. I appreciate Andy and Layla for taking the time to share this practice of theirs, and encourage you to write on the daily. I believe that it will do you right.

6 minJAN 28
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The Practice Ep 2- A Sentence a Day with Andy & Layla Breed

Seeing Things Different with Photographer Tom Schifanella

It was great to sit on the front porch and talk story with Tom on a breezy afternoon wind afternoon, with the windchimes chiming and life in full bloom. We talked surfing, because we both love it and frequent the same surf spot at Hanna Park. Born in Alabama and raised in north Florida, Tom has spent a life telling stories and fostering creativity with his work at the Shepard Agency. About four years ago he pivoted at the company to focus more on photography, an artform he fell in love with at UNF with professor Paul Karabinis, and has since delved into the medium. His work first caught my eye on Instagram (find him @tom.in.ab); his photographs had a pop to them that was technically brilliant, but that were also captivating in an intuitive way. His pictures tell a story, and frame things in a unique way that really brings the viewer into the image. Go look at his photographs of Rock Springs Run and I guarantee you'll want to jump right through the frame into those beautiful crystal clear waters. Tom is doing some really important work documenting the effects of climate change in northeast Florida, and sharing the beauty of our natural world of which we are a part of, and whole health we depend of=n for survival. I super appreciate all he does and thankful that he's sharing his story with us. You can find more of his work at his website (click here).

89 minJAN 26
Comments
Seeing Things Different with Photographer Tom Schifanella

The Practice Ep 1- An Introduction, with Kristen Huth

The Practice is a new short form series here on Over-the-Counter Culture where we dive into the day to day practices and routines that people have in their life to live better. I, Jon Lynn your host, am going first to talk about my morning routine which is anchored by 1-5 minutes of movement, usually a few sun salutations and some cat/ cow postures. I used to be wrapped up in time expectations with my physical activities, exercise and what not; thinking that if I didn't do a hour of yoga, a couple hours surf session or a long bike ride, then why do it? What's the point? My friend and yoga teacher Kristen Huth, who is featured on this episode, helped me realize that it's not how long you move that's important, but THAT you move, regardless of the duration. I found that movement begets movement, and how the simple act of rolling out of bed and moving for five minutes in the morning before doing anything else can really set you day on a good course, and change your life. I challenge yo...

15 minJAN 21
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The Practice Ep 1- An Introduction, with Kristen Huth
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