Sep 13, 2011

Somerset Apprentice Volume 4

As you can see from my new badge on the site (and a previous post), I have a piece in the new issue of Somerset Apprentice.

Somerset Apprentice provides a more basic and thorough understanding of techniques and includes easy-to-understand instructions and close-up photos. Kelly Rae Roberts, Donna Downey, Traci Lyn Huskamp, Bethany Kartchner, and 16 other talented artists are featured in the Autumn ’11 issue of this popular magazine. Each artist takes you on a step-by-step journey with them as they complete a work of art! In the From the Pros section we offer tips & tricks from successful artists – this issue showcasing Nathalie Kalbach, Pam Garrison, Julie Bergmann, Angela Harris, and more. From layered collages to assemblage art, you’ll find all you need to stimulate your creativity!

It is the cover from the Lyrical Intepretations round robin that I put together a few years back- gosh- years?!????

Anyway, this project was a lot of fun, and pretty easy to set up. I contacted a bunch of friends with my idea, outlined the time table and rules, got the mailing list going, and voila! ART.

Blogging-artist friend Marilyn Healey submitted Interpretations book, from which my Bound By Love page was chosen. Being enthused, and a bit of a copy cat, I sent my book in too. And my cover was chosen.

I'd love to show you more pages, but Stampington still has the book (click on the link above and go to the Flickr site). Cross your fingers that they pick some other pages, from my artsy friends, to be highlighted!


Vera said...

Nice! Congrats Lee!

cinnibonbon said...

Oh how wonderful and fabulous for you!!!!!! Amazing..

Terri Kahrs said...

Whoo-Hoo!!! Congratulations, Lee!!! I saw your piece when I got the magazine, and it's fabulous!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

The Other Side of Me said...

Looks great, Lee. Congrats.
Home from vaca and saw your email. Will get back to you today.


Lili said...

That must be such a cool feeling to see your art in a magazine. Congratulations Lee! ~Lili

Dapoppins said...

Why does that page look familiar to me? Did you publish it somewhere else? Was it in a book on mini-books?

Congrats on being published!