to you in living colour by Quietfire Design
Helping you create beautiful things to share
August 2009 - Issue 74
Lettering by Suzanne Cannon
Important links at your fingertips!
Suzanne is a member of the
Visit my little gallery page on the ISABA website!
clever customer told me about
I didn't know it had a name till now - and it happens all the time!
Quietfire Design is now part of Rubberstampchat!
Coming next summer:
began July 1, 2009
Doty, Reggie Ezell, Mike Kecseg, Yves Leterme, Judy Melvin, Carl Rohrs,
Carol Pallesen, Diane von Arx Anderson,
Going to be
in Victoria, BC,
Registration has started for my workshops
in Victoria and Winnipeg
Now you can
Keep your eyes open!
Have you been watching for the free give-aways and draws?
us - it's a fabulous place to share your Quietfire Artwork! You can
create your own page and add photos of your artwork. There are sub-groups
you can join to ask your specific questions or start a conversation
- choose one or all from the
This month's (our first!) Quietfire Creations Featured Artist is
Know one of the Quietfire Creations artists
who you would like to see featured?
Linda Tanaka ordered this book from John Neal Bookseller and it briefly
passed through my hands.... Darn!
If you're an altered artist, you're going to love this book. It's wonderful to flip through the pages - warm and inviting with lots of eye candy. And tons of creative ideas.
There is some instruction for making books, but I kept getting distracted by the wonderful photos of the beautiful creations. So I think this means if you have experience in bookbinding, you're not going to find anything new here for bindings, but almost certainly you will find something you've never thought of creating with those binding before.
Dorothy Simpson Krause will have you snooping in second hand shops, dying to travel to new places to find treasures to incorporate in your books and looking at your studio (and kitchen) supplies in a new light. Her work reflects her training as a painter and her intellect pushes her to experiment in the most interesting ways.
Thanks Linda! for alerting me to this treasure of a book!!
In the mail
Thank you pears
If you've sent me something and I haven't posted it, please feel free to email me and remind me!!
Recently In Print with Quietfire Stamps
byhand artists July ATC Swap
Some of Suzanne's Class Samples
Artists whose work is shown in this newsletter retain the copyright on their own work.
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