I quickly scanned a pdf version of my article and put it on my publications page. Christine at The Artists’ Nook just got in her shipment of this issue and you can buy it on her online shop.
My first article in a print art publication is about to hit the newsstands! I have a short article/project on page 8-9 of Somerset Home, Vol. 3, which should be out August 1.
I used a collage I had done last year as a “We’ve Moved!” mailing when Tim and I bought our house. I submitted the collage for the “Home” issue of Somerset Studio and also sent along the postcard so they could see what I had done. They emailed and wanted an article! That was pretty neat and I’m very excited. Here’s a link if you want to buy it online. Enjoy!
fun altered art article this month in scrapbooking.com magazine
I had fun with this one, layering on the deli paper I colored with Color Mists from Outside the Margins. I also used some of the neat basic wire techniques that Andrea of SunSpirit Studio taught me earlier this year. FUN!
altered frames and organizing the studio
I’ve sort of messed up this year on my goal of doing more self promotion, and writing more about my creative processes and projects. I don’t thing moving to a new house has helped much!
So, in the spirit of “it’s better than nothing,” I’m going to post two links here.
My April Scrapboooking.com Magazine article on altering a frame.
My entry on the SunSpirit Studio blog about organizing my studio.
January article on Scrapbooking.com Magazine
As you may know, I write a monthly article for Scrapbooking.com Magazine. In the past, I’ve concentrated on Altered Books, but now my focus for the magazine will be all kinds of altered art. This month’s article on Scrapbooking.com Magazine is about keeping a daily journal in those great marble composition books. Check it out!