Sunday, July 30, 2006

some printed matters

Yesterday delivered to my door was the brand new premiere edition of 'Somerset Home' magazine.

I must say it is beautifully presented and chock full of innovative ideas. What a thrill to have the article I wrote on my 'Picture Poetry Banners' appear in this new magazine. Right now it's only yearly, but they are hoping to expand it into a quarterly publication. With all the interest in home and feathering our nests, I think it will do quite well if people know about it. If you feel like being inspired you can purchase it at Barnes & Noble or at Borders August 1st...or you can order it through the mail at Stampington & Company direct.



I also just received the new summer edition of the ARTitude zine where Suz published a cool article, written by the lovely Sarah Fishburn, on the collaborative bracelet swap we participated in through The Creative Underground. Suz also added my altered book and photography piece 'book of departure' to the gallery page. Thanks Suz!

Well, it's back to the drawing board for me. Even though the heat has let up some, it's Sunday, and I'm getting in some serious art time, grateful every minute that the electricity is on.

4 comments:

vintagecollage said...

Oh I am so jealous, I ordered the magazine and it has not come to my door yet. Congrats on your article, can't wait to read it. Debbie O

Beaux Cheris Creations said...

I cannot wait until the magazine arrives at my door it looks wonderful! That is GREAT they published another of your articles your work is truly inspiring Angela!

My Best-
Kristen

Dan said...

Angela, I just wanted to put something here...I'm ashamed to say it but I haven't followed your career for years, but I just watched the LIS DVD and took a look. Great to know you are doing such wonderful things. I was sorry to hear about your mother-in-law, but your beautiful tribute and the words of one of the replies to that post, "the Ship", meant an awful lot to me. You see, I lost my mother Monday night. She was 88 years old, and passed quietly away in her sleep. In my grief, I appreciate those beautiful words. Thanks and God Bless

Babsarella said...

Looks so lovely!!! I will absolutely purchase this magazine!