That's beautiful work you have done there. I just looked at your web
site and I like your choices of subject and the artistic look of your
This list is not the most heavily posted, so it will be pretty quiet
for quite a while at a time. Though you'd think with the Conclave
coming up soon there would be more chatter about that.
I can't make it to Seattle, but my hope is to make two more of the
Jeanne d'Arc semi-facsimile books and have them there on consignment.
It'll be a scramble though, since I got half way through hand gilding
(all of the pages on the front sides) when a rush illustration job
came upon me. Obviously, that has to come first, but I expect the two
books to be done in time.
On Sep 26, 2007, at 8:17 PM, skywindmcm2000 wrote:
> Hi folks!
> Wow, it's so nice to finally find a discussion group for miniature
> books! I am both an 'artist' and a collector and have SO much to
> learn about these tiny tomes. I'm looking forward to visiting here
> often :-) I can't go to the MBS Conclave this year because I can't
> fly. Oh, I know many of you will be there and how I would LOVE to
> meet you! Wahhhh!
> I'd welcome your opinions (Ooooo...dare I?) about my books. I
> especially enjoy preserving old literature in miniature (in adapted
> form for the most part). Hope you'll have a look at my website and
> tell me what you think. http://home.bellsouth.net/p/PWP-DHMINIS
> I started out making miniature books for dollhouses, but have
> 'expanded' my work into other miniature book arenas. I promise not to
> cry (too much) if your critique is harsh...I really want to learn!
> Pat Carlson
Maker of Medieval books and
Illustrator of Science Fiction & Fantasy
2101 S. Circle Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48103
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