Wednesday, January 28, 2009

More fame and glory

There's Etsy, and there are printmakers, and there are printmakers on Etsy. There are bloggers who are printers and Etsians who are bloggers and bloggers who are ....

Thank goodness there's Printsy.

And, sorry about the redundancy, be it seems to be my week for a little bit of public "atta girl." Amie Roman (Burnishings) was kind enough to interview me for today's installment of the Printsy pages, and the post in all its glory came out today. Thanks, Amie... it was fun to do, and the post looks GREAT!

10 comments:

Pica said...

Great interview, Sherrie. And I like the choice of prints too.

Amie Roman said...

Thanks for the kudo, Sherrie. It was a great interview!

Robyn said...

Great interview and insight into the process, Sherrie. I particularly loved your selection of prints.

I've bookmarked it to circulate to all those who are getting the bug.

Mary said...

Great interview! I was glad to see that you are inspired by Baumann because he's one of my favorites. At my house some of your prints share a wall with his.

Sherrie Y said...

Well! Sneaky Mary! I've been thinking about you... hope all is well in the desert.

I'm glad ya'll liked the interview... Amie did a great job, I think.

Today, believe it or not, I'm drawing cartoons. NOT my usual gig, but it's for a new client project. Ack!

Susan J Tweit said...

Great interview, and well-deserved recognition! You go! And I love the idea that your prints are on Mary's wall with Baumann's. That's good company.

Because I know you don't have enough to do, I tagged you with the happy meme (http://susanjtweit.typepad.com/walkingnaturehome)
It's easy. ;~)

Margie Joy said...

How fascinating! I enjoyed the interview and the insight. And I'm glad to see my favorite lino (Willow Tapestry) included in the images. So...says there in the interview that you do workshops -- I knew you do field sketching and journaling workshops but didn't know you do printmaking ones as well. I've got some stuff in the back of my brain that doesn't seem to be able to find its way out onto paper -- perhaps a kickstart like a workshop is what's needed. Anything coming up?

Cheers, Margie

moreidlethoughts said...

A great interview. I'll come back later and have another good, long look at your cuts. After I've fixed a few goofs in mine!
Seriously, it's always good to know that some artists manage to produce consistently good work from non-studio spaces.

Beverly said...

Lovely interview, but for a second there I thought we finally had the DM's actual name!!! LOL

It is interesting to read about how you work and view and handle your inspirations. It's almost as if you are actually following your bliss; something more of us need to learn!

Susan Tomlinson said...

What a wonderful interview. The most instructive part was all the stops and starts that go into the making of a mature artist. My students always think it is either some kind of magic or born-genius. They don't believe me about the hard work and "seasoning."

Wish I had the money to bring you down here for a field sketching workshop.