Sunday, June 24, 2012

They called me an artist.....

First, they accepted 2 out of 3 pieces submitted.
Second, they asked if it was possible to use one of the images for the promotion of the exhibition.
Then, this week, I received a note to say that the gallery would like to purchase a couple of my pieces.........
I am so excited you can not wipe the smile off my face.

15 comments:

Kate said...

That's fantastic!

Meg in Nelson said...

:-D Congrats, Congrats!! No reason to wipe off the biggest smile you can manage!

Jodie said...

That is wonderful and well deserved. Youare an artist - there is no doubt in my mind and I hope none in yours.

Donatella said...

wow! I really agree with Jodie here, well done!!

michelle said...

Grinning here too Amanda!!!! BRILLIANT, brilliant, brilliant!!!!!

Christine said...

Obviously a curator of taste and discernment. Great to see your skill and judgement recognised

Jules said...

I'm so proud for you!! And it is time you see yourself in the same way : )

xx

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Denise said...

I am very happy to see the public acknowledgement of your work - much deserved.

sooz said...

Well, if it isn't true, we are ALL sucked in ! They are lovely pieces and a wonderful addition to the gallery's collection. Congratulations on your amazing work :-)

neki desu said...

wooo you go girl! congratulations!

sampling said...

Thank you everyone for your comments, encouragement and inspirations. I am not sure that I could have done this without all my very supportive friends and mentors!
I am still smiling here and it is very pleased to have affirmation from an outside source! I am not sure why that is needed for me to think of myself as an artist, as I tend to think of myself more as a maker/weaver.
Looking forward to the next craft camp!

Esmae said...

Wonderful, Amanda - congratulations. Can we see a photo of the other piece, please ?

Meg in Nelson said...

I haven't stopped grinning about this. I hope you haven't!

P R I M O E Z A said...

it's always wonderful to receive validation of your work, especially from those who know what to look for. congratulations.