Thursday, January 7, 2010

ADO Group Events, or A Little Bit Famous?



Not really the famous part, but it's fun to say :) I got featured and blogged about today at the Art Dolls Only Blog (Art Dolls Only). Sarah Young of Youngish (Youngish) contacted me and sent me questions to answer, and voila, I am a featured artist! Thanks, ADO, thanks, Sarah!



On another ADO note, the Traveling Doll Project for 2010 (Traveling Doll Project) has started as of early this month. The groups have been sorted, the rules have been set, the deadlines made, and the blog is ready to go again for another round. For those who don't know what a traveling doll is, let me explain. Groups of 6 artists or less have each member begin a doll. Each person decides for themselves how much of that doll they will interpret and complete. At the same time, they begin a journal with their ideas, inspiration, thoughts about the doll and so on. After one month's time, they send the incomplete doll to the next person on their list. Each person works on each of the dolls until each person has had it in their hands. It then returns to the originator. During the process, the journals are added to by each person and each person photos and blogs about their portion of each doll. On my team, there are 2 returning artists (Colleen Downs of Loopy Boopy Art (Loopy Boopy Art) and Nicole Johnson from Mealy Monster Land(Mealy Monster Land)) from last year's round and 2 new (Susie McMahon from Susie McMahon Dolls (Susie McMahon Dolls) and me). I am very excited. I got so excited, I raised my hand and said I would profile on the blog each participating artist, which is over 25! So, for the next 25 days or so, please go over to the Traveling Doll Project blog (ADO Traveling Doll Project) and check out how fab each of the artists is. I plan to do a bang-up job profiling each of them, and they deserve it. There are really some marvelous people in this group. Hands down, this it the most creative group of folks I have ever hung with. Writing about them all feels very inspiring, and is helping me avoid making shoes for my Ben Franklin doll. I really don't like making shoes...


8 comments:

  1. Congratulations Cindy! I will have to check out the article as I always love reading the interesting info that emerges in these features!

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  2. SAw the article about you on ADO. I am now a follower- LOVE your creations!!!

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  3. Congrats Cindy! Going to read... I agree your dolls are amazing and I am more than stoked to be in this project with you! Let the dolls begin to Travel!

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  4. Hey, thanks, you guys! Appreciate the support!

    Colleen -- I can't wait! I actually had your work in mind when I started my doll for the TDP, and it neatly worked out that you will work next on my doll. Yay!

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  5. Hi Cindy,
    I just discovered you through ADO. Your dolls are awesome! I'm looking forward to seeing more of them. Connie

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  6. Thanks, Connie! Nice to meet you!

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  7. Congrats Cindy! Your work is wonderful~I especially like your latest doll in the green dress:) Continued success for you in the New Year!

    p.s. I'm adding our link to my blog...a little late :)

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  8. Thanks, Christine! Appreciate it.

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