I had the pleasure of attending the Focus on Book Arts conference last month and one of the highlights was Laura Russell's keynote, Marketing 101 for Book Artists. She is not only the owner of 23 Sandy Gallery, which has book arts as the focus of gallery exhibitions, but is
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Every now and then, I just want to give Twitter a hug. Over the past year, I have come to really love the Twitter bookbinding community. After leaving a full-time office environment for the solitude of my studio, I found camaraderie in my Twitter friends - they became my studio mates.
Alas, this will likely be my third and last post about book artists on Twitter (part one, part two). I have not, however, given up on sharing book-related Twitter peoples.What is this crazy lady talking about?I am one of the lucky schmoes chosen to test out Lists, a fabulous new
As promised, here is a follow-up to my first post about book artists on Twitter. In case you're wondering how I find these folks, most are via recommendations from others (thank you #followfriday).I also use a service called Twilert to notify me when someone tweets using any of the following
I was recently asked by Kara Russo what book artists I follow on Twitter. I decided that if I was going to compile a list for her, then I might as well publish it here.Note: I'm interested in book artists of all skill levels and the people I follow on