An interview with artist Butch Anthony literally sitting in Cypress Creek

An interview with artist Butch Anthony literally sitting in Cypress Creek [AUDIO]

An interview with artist Butch Anthony literally sitting in Cypress Creek

An interview with artist Butch Anthony literally sitting in Cypress Creek. That morning, Butch told us that NPR had run a story on his drive-through museum, so his phone was suddenly ringing off the hook.


He drove us down a sketchy Alabama country road, really more of a dirt cattle trail with trees slapping the truck as we bounced along, Adrian and I sitting on the tailgate and Hazel dog running beside, until we got to his favorite swimming hole. We did the entire interview in the creek.

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We talked about Butch’s art, his museum that he has been curating since he was 14, and his crazy boat trips.

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For the last several years he has floated down the length of the Chattahoochee River on a homemade boat.

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Here’s more of Butch’s unusual art.

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1 comment for “An interview with artist Butch Anthony literally sitting in Cypress Creek [AUDIO]

  1. Frank Basso
    August 10, 2016 at 8:23 pm

    Great trip of interviews… Love the name of the boat… heh heh heh.

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