I just received my May/June 2008 issue of RSM featuring my book. WOW!! It's always a thrill to being published and seeing your artwork in print! This book was a joy to make and I appreciate the great writing by Joyce Baldwin that really captured my feelings about the project. RSM is a terrific publication and their staff is awesome. RSM http://www.rsmadness.com/ has done two feature articles previously on my work and this is my fourth time being published by them. I've added the photos of my book to the slide show at the right side.
I never tire of rubber stamping and I so appreciate this publication that is dedicated to this art medium. The biggest craze seems to be scrapbooking - but wouldn't that hobby be even more fun with rubber stamp images being added to the pages telling your story? I am also a calligrapher - and I add rubber stamp images to my projects there too!
So if you are a rubber stamper and have not sent in your art work to RSM - I can only encourage you to do so. They are a kind and generous staff who really appreciates their readers!
Philbrook Museum http://www.philbrook.org/ is hosting a juried exhibit of recent artwork by members of the Calligraphy Guild of Oklahoma. Our artwork will be on display for about 6 weeks. Thursday, April 10th is our opening reception and I can hardly wait! This is a lame photo of my piece named "Krazy Kat". I made this piece when Denis Brown from Dublin, Ireland, http://www.quillskill.com/ taught a class at our guild. Michaels Craft Center did the framing for me and their staff is awesome. I invited King, Sue, and James. I pretty sure they'll be there since they framed most of the artwork!