Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Prim


                                                    Prim!!!

Ok Maybe not so wordless wed. For those who know me .They know I do not do wordless very easily. I just wanted let eveyone know about the new Sommerset Magizine called Prim .It is one of  my  new favs. All about making things from a by gone era. Mostly dolls. I am so lucky to have a feature in it too. And it is perfect as I happen to be teaching the class on one of the dolls  featured in my article .I will teach it at ART and SOUL May in Vriginia !!!Here is is

                                                    Walking Rusty



22 comments:

becca jo said...

I saw it yesterday and cheered!!! Hoorah Julie!!!

OliveraPlants said...

You rock Jules! Lucky us get to take this class at Frenzy Stamper in May too - yippeeee......Twyla

oldblackcatboo said...

OK, So when I joined up with the Cloth and Clay Dolls, I was flipping through the photos and I remember there was this fantastic doll with a little dog! I loved how it was created and I, myself had been searching for a creative way of using bits and pieces of things I've collected. I was blown away! I thought Wow! this artist is Fantastic! Then the other day I noticed her commenting on one of the blogs I follow (Georgina's) so I jump over to her blog and...There's That doll again!
You are just Fabulous!
so...I'm your newest follower and I will be going out tomorrow to get that Prims magazine!

Maija said...

You know I believe in you and your success!!I am so happy for your well deserved recognition.
Let's not wait- we should get together soon. Terri mentioned us all meeting for dinner when she is in town.....

Angela Recada said...

Congratulations Julie! She and Rusty are absolutely adorable.
:0)

Alyice Edrich said...

So cute. Congrats.

nacherluver said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely! I want to adopt that adorable little doggie!!!
Too cute :)
Lucky doll

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

Congratulations, Julie.
It looks like a wonderful magazine
xx

sharon said...

Congrat's Julie! Your talents amaze me! I wish I could think like you!!

In the Light of the Moon said...

Omgosh How wonderful for you.Im trying to figure out how to get published!!Any tips for this wannabe ( : Warmest Regards,Cat

Jeanine DeNitto said...

I love the somerset studio journals. goodness knows I own enough of them. I wonder, though, why when you submit artwork to them, they don't seem to respond. The things I sent were clearly marked the way they requested and if I hadn't called to make sure they received it, I wouldn't know. I know that its my responsibility but it would be nice to receive some sort of acknowledgment. Maybe its not appropriate to post this comment, if not I apologize, but I have sent them many emails about it and never got an answer.

Are you curious about me? said...

Congratulations Julie, 'Walking the dog' is a wonderful piece.

I am so happy for you.

~ Julie

Micki said...

Congratulations, Love your work, very well deserved, I hope you have many more exciting things like this ahead!!

Micki x

Pilgrim of the moon said...

Congrat's Julie!!! Love your work.Wonderful piece!!!!

Diane said...

Oh, Julie, you are one awesome artist, and congratulations!!

oldblackcatboo said...

Oh My Goodness! I was SO Happy to see that you stopped by my blog!
(I left an answer over there about your little dog question)...
anyway, Thanks again and Have a Wonderful Day!

NicNacManiac said...

Congratulations!!
You have been on many adventures lately....as well as spreading your thoughtful and inspirational spirit around!! You make me smile and that's a good thing!
Good luck with your move!! xOxO

Terri Kahrs said...

Yayy, Julie! Congrats on being published again! I'm going out later today and will be on the lookout for a copy! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Jingle said...

I am afraid to go look at a copy because I know I will NEED it! LOL! Congratulations on your feature! This is a great doll!

karen said...

Hey Julie!
I'm following your blog! Bought "Prims" b-cuz u were in it! WOW! I CAN NOT wait until Hampton at Art and Soul! The dolls are adorable!!!
xoxo
karen

Karine said...

Hi Julie,

Congrats on the feature! How cool.

I wanted to tell you two things: one is that I taught my first official drawing class yesterday! (thanks to helpful words by you.) Two is that I think there is a Lovekin Blvd in Blythe, which is southeast of 29 Palms.

ArtPropelled said...

Rusty dog stole my heart! Congrats on your feature, Julie.