This wonderful piece of art mail from
Karen Isaacson landed in my mailbox.
Karen has not one, but two blogs,
Mail Me Some Art ( see badge on her blog).
Karen is very witty and loves a good pun.
Her blogs are fun to read and are guaranteed for a good laugh.
Like many of her followers I have joined the ranks of those who
believe Karen never sleeps, it's the only way
to explain how she is able to make so much art!
Thank you Karen for the gift of your art work.
The Sketchbook Project Limited Edition printed books
that documented the sketchbook show are out.
I'm in the Thread & Surface Vol.
My birds, they are a bit dark, but there they are!
Studio Update :
Yesterday I decided to make my Christmas cards. Since I am pressed
for time this year I thought I would make one card, photograph it,
then send it to a website that does professional printing.
I gave myself the whole morning thinking by one o'clock
I would be in my studio cleaning up drywall dust.
It turned out to be an all day nightmare.
The cards are ordered, not sure if I even like them, and
I am crossing my fingers they get here before Christmas!!!
The dust awaits my arrival.
Today's "to list" involves a possible trip to the vets ( cat limping for two days),
getting my husband packed and to the airport tonight or tomorrow and lastly,
what the heck are we having for dinner?
It's a good thing dust doesn't mind sitting around.