Thursday, December 01, 2011
Liebster Blog Award!
Thank You, Dave, over at the blog Clearer Reflections, for giving me the Liebster Blog Award!
Dave creates wonderful mixed media and painting pieces and photography. He is very active in the online artists' community - he takes time (I don't know where he finds it!) to comment regularly and show lots of encouragement and support. He has two Etsy Shops: Reflective Images for photography and Clearer Reflections for art.
The Liebster Blog Award originated in Germany and recognizes up and coming bloggers. It is meant to showcase those who have fewer than 200 followers. (Liebster means "favourite" or "dearest" in German.) This is done in the spirit of pay-it-forward. In accepting this award, the recipient agrees to:
• Thank the person that gave them the award and link back to their blog
• Copy and paste the award to their blog
• Reveal the 5 blogs they have chosen to award and let them know by commenting on their blog
I am thrilled to share with you five bloggers who create beautiful things, live artfully and are more than deserving of being followed! Enjoy your visits to each of these blogs and remember to leave a comment... this thoughtful act is always appreciated :)
Jo Murray - Art
“I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it….” Pablo Picasso. This has become my mantra, and each day I hope to do better work.
Veronique's Art Blog
I'm a visual artist who also loves wool and other natural fibers. I enjoy teaching art to children. This blog is the place where I share my inspirations, my creative process and my art with you.
The Old Stile Press
For more than thirty years at The Old Stile Press we, Frances & Nicolas McDowall, have been working with artist/printmakers to produce books of great beauty, hand printed in limited editions. We hope that our friends will visit here regularly to see what is going on at the Press.
Barnacle Goose Paperworks
As a book binder trained in Sydney and Auckland, I am currently interested in drawing, print making, and all aspects of the artist’s book. My lifelong passions have always revolved around books, both making and reading, and natural history.
Not Against Type
Adventures in letterpress printing, writing, books & art.
And Thank You again, Dave!