here to the West Coast Open Exhibition. The standard of work was incredible. The area we live in is enormous and relatively unpopulated, even so there are ever so many creative people dotted about in this wonderful wilderness
me, working out the camera settings...!
One neighbour is a very fine painter
another makes these very beautiful books
and there on their very own shelf, looking quite small, my contribution! My cards in boxes. It took me ages to work out the printing combined with the making of the boxes and our recycling bin is full to bursting with 'gone wrong' attempts!
Some people have asked me if they are for sale. And yes, the intention is they will be, once I have replenished my stock! No hard sell but if anyone is interested please drop me an email sometime and I can give details etc.
I like them very much and if I lived on your side of the "pond" I'd order some, but after paying for a package to go to Northumberland recently, OUCH, I'll just have to admire.
I am interested in your cards. :) I don't know if you send them overseas but I would be interested in your prices for them. I tried pressing the "email me" button but it doesn't give me your email unfortunately. thanks! Alison
Wow Annie! Congratulations, you've made it to such a fantastic exhibition. Your blog made me feel so excited to see all the brilliant talent including your own! Also, it was lovely to see a photo of you at last, rather than just your feet! Thank you so much for this wonderful blog & yes, I am very interested in purchasing a box of your cards or should I come & rummage through your recycling bin?!! Love Di XX
Congrats on producing such lovely work!
It all looks incredibly scrummy and buy-able!! Congratulations!
I shouldn't think they stayed on the shelf for long. Great talent and a lovely coat too !
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