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Tuesday, March 16, 2004
Artwork Juried into AAC Traveling art show.
I had one of my paintings juried into the traveling art show (32nd annual) of Atlanta Artists Center - about to go to venues in Georgia.
It was judged by Bruce Bobick - a professor at the Uni, west. One of 51 chosen to tour out of 133 submitted.
It always is fabulous to think that your work is CHOSEN to be exhibited.
It is the white roses that I posted on here from last year.
I am also the director of that show, so that makes life kind of interesting, too.
Just now finishing up illustrations for a children's book, and a non-fiction book that is using 'cartoon' style illustrations.
Then have a book cover to do for the same author I did 'Blood Jaguar' cover.
In the middle of several interesting projects. So will try to keep up with this some more.
Thanks for looking. Hi to my friends who keep saying that they look here to see what I've been up to!
Life is a soap opera! Just living in one at the moment.
Spring is coming. Ahhhh but I want to get out and PAINT just SO much!
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"Hearts And Diamonds" - Illustration.
Hearts and Diamonds - an illustration I did for a magazine. "Futures for story tellers". Murder, mystery and mayhem. Short stories.
Women in urban setting with coffee at a cafe, and some men.
Can't say more - can't give the story away. :)
Labels: artist jillian, black and white, cityscape, coffee on table, fashion, Futures for story lovers, hearts and diamonds, ink drawing, Jillian Crider, line sketch, magazine illustration, men, women
"The Man Across The Street" - Illustration.
Oh my, how suddenly my life has changed the last 2 months! Moved across town.
And side of Atlanta to the other.
More illustrations for Futures magazine. (Murder, mystery, mayhem). Ink.
Labels: artist, artist jillian, Atlanta, authors, creepy man, futures magazine, illustration, illustrator, ink, Jillian Crider, Marietta, move, original art, Rex, road, Short stories, spying, writers
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