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My 2011 Sea Life calendar is featured in the radical makeover of Dr. Walsh’s Office

It is with great pleasure that I share this feature with you. An acquaintance of mine, Judy Farquharson emailed it to me today and then Judith Mackin, uber-talented local, Saint John Interior Designer let me know about it too.

My 2011 Sea Life Wall Calendar is featured in the makeover of Psychologist Dr. Jane Walsh’s Office. How exciting!

You can read all about the design makeover and see the before and stunning after pictures on Judith’s fabulous blog.

Thank you Judith and Judy.

Photo credits go to Hemmings House Pictures.

And if you are looking for the 2012 Creatures of Whimsy Calendars they are listed on Etsy and in digital fine art download format on HandmadeCloud.

May I recommend some lovely ladies for your custom illustrative needs…

…as I am no longer accepting custom illustrative or design work. Below are three women you’ll love to work with.

Lovely Lady #1

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Name: Lorrie Whittington
Country of Residence: United Kingdom
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/IllusioCreative
Etsy Shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/illusio
Blog: http://www.illusiocreative.co.uk/blog/
Specialities: flora, fauna, letters, website design, logos, typography, photography

Lovely Lady #2

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Name: Stephanie Corfee
Country of Residence: United States
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/stephaniecorfeeartist
Etsy Shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/stephaniecorfee
Blog: http://stephaniecorfee.com
Specialities: whimsical girls, ladies, abstracts, logos, dreamscapes, typography

Lovely Lady #3

cat illustration taraflyphotos

Name: Tara Fly
Country of Residence: United States
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tarafly
Etsy Shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/TaraFlyPhotos
Blog: http://taraflyart.com/
Specialties: characterized cats and beautiful surrealistic period felines

You are all likely wondering why I’m not accepting custom work any longer. I’ll expand upon that in my next post. In the meantime do visit these ladies sites. They are great at what they do. I can personally vouch for both their work and illustrative integrity.

ACEO Gallery Hop Poster – You are invited

Jorgen Klausen, photographer and owner of the Klausen Gallery designed this fabulous poster for the upcoming group exhibit taking place on May 7, 2010 during the next Saint John Gallery Hop.

Both Milton the Fish and Annabelle the Fish are featured on the poster.

I am madly working on those ACEO’s. I have four more to finish then must scan them and bring them over to the gallery. I will post the final scans to the blog so that you can see them to. I will have both open edition and limited edition ACEO prints, originals and boxed sets of ACEO’s on hand at the show.

An ACEO stands for Art Cards, Editions and Originals. They must always measure 2.5 by 3.5 inches and can be created with any medium. They are the exact size of a hockey or Magic trading card. And trust me, they do look lovely matted and framed into an 8×10 inch frame.

Hope to see you out at the Gallery Hop! xo

The children’s book Every Someday that I illustrated is available for purchase now

Just before Christmas the children’s book Every Someday written by Amanda Lenker and illustrated by me was self published on Blurb in soft cover, hard cover and hard cover with dust jacket editions. It’s a fantastic little book and your kids will adore it!

On blurb you can preview select parts of how Every Someday reads and looks like.

Pricing

$19.95 for the soft cover
$29.95 for hard cover
$34.95 for hand cover with dust jacket

The book measures 7×7 inches and is 24 pages.

You can view the initial drawings and ideas of the two main characters Something and Nothing in this previous sneak peak of a blog post.

We hope you like the book as much as we enjoyed working together on it. We have future plans which we will share as they materialize.

Until then, do go and buy the book and travel into the world of Somewhere and Nowhere! The book pictured above is the hardcover edition.

We are actively searching for a book publisher. If you are a publisher please do get in touch with us. We also wholesale Every Someday if you a retailer and would like to carry the book. Email us at everysomeday {AT} gmail DOT com for the details. Thank you.

Happy Canada Day and Art Giveaway Life Update!

Happy Canada Day everyone!

My art is featured on the fabulous Design Milk Blog. You can enter the giveaway and win!

From Jaime the owner of Design Milk:

Jessica Doyle is a fantastic artist who has generously offered items for giveaway to a lucky Design Milk reader. I have Day Dreams (pictured above) and Spring Tree along with some ACEO’s and mini cards. I will also be sending along a secret surprise with this giveaway!

To enter, please comment on this post.

Contest rules: 1 comment per person. Contest runs from June 29-July 3, 2009. We will choose a winner at random.

I began moving into today… :) I’ll be taking photos and updating my progress very soon.

xo

ThinkBakery Blog Talking Shop Interview

I was asked recently by the ThinkBakery blog to do an interview. It’s live now!

And to quote the opening of the interview:

I have had the pleasure of lots of email correspondence with successful self-employed artist Jessica Doyle. I posted about her on Design Milk, and she went above and beyond my “Do” list. She is so sweet and articulate, and her honesty is refreshing. Check out her story:

Hope you’ll check it out!

My art is featured in Canada’s Style at Home magazine

If you live in Canada or have access to Canadian magazines go and pick up the December issue of Style at Home magazine and flip to page 59. My art is featured within the Shopping Etc section under the Sites We Love Column.

Best of All, Style at Home tried Etsy’s shop local feature and found my shop along with AlbertaCountryPrim’s Etsy shop which is located here.

What they say,

The premise of Etsy is simple; items are mostly handmade, and the shopping experience is like Ebay minus the bidding aspect. Artisans craft everything from paintings to ceramics to ornaments, and sell them on this site, handling the shipping themselves…”

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They placed an image of the Sassy Sea Urchin within the article writing,

…entrancing sea- and floral-inspired art prints (left), from $5, by JessicaDoyle in New Brunswick, and AlbertaCountryPrimitives’ old-fashioned painted signs, from $18 each.

Back in September writer, Helen Racanelli contacted me, and at first I thought “this isn’t real”. After some research and writing back and forth a few times I realized pretty fast that it was indeed real.

Thank you Helen. I am humbled to be mentioned in such a beautiful magazine.