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Mar 11, 2008
I am happy to admit that I am a cable t.v. junky. I love Bravo (duh!) and the Food Network, National Geographic, the History Channel . . . I could go on and on. While I really do love a good drama, or cant get enough comedy, I really enjoy the shows that take me to far off places and show me people and places either past or present, that I may never get to see for myself. I especially appreciate shows like Samantha Browns travel series because I admire the amount of living out of a suitcase she must do. She has hopped, skipped and jumped all over the globe, always with a big smile and loads of interesting facts! So imagine the smile on my face this morning when, I was catching up with my Google Reader, and saw on the Nahcotta blog that while in Portsmouth, NH filming a new series called "Passports to Great Weekends with Samantha Brown", the Ms. Samantha Brown and her crew had swung by the fabulous Nahcotta Gallery (home of the Enormous Tiny III show).
THEN, imagine my very loud WOW! when I saw this picture of Deb from Nahcotta and Samantha Brown STANDING IN FRONT OF MY WORK! It is just a picture, and who knows if they talked about my work, but how cool is this! It is so random and such a surprise, that I am almost giddy! What a nerd! You can bet that I will be watching for this show to air, and when it does, I will be sure to let you all know!
(All images courtesy of Nahcotta)
Posted by mcaplan at 8:24 AM
Mar 9, 2008
I am SO excited to share that 3 of my prints will soon be available exclusively through Modish Handmade! If you aren't familiar with the Modish blog, or the awesome shop, then you are in for a real treat! Jena has created an online boutique that is full of amazing handmade items from designers all over the world. I could definitely do a lot of damage shopping here!!
These two prints, Betty4 above, and Jocelyn below are printed on Hahnemühle Bamboo paper which is made from highly sustainable bamboo. The company even donates a percentage from each pack of paper sold back in to the community to help support growth.
I will be sure to post once the prints are available!
Posted by mcaplan at 10:04 AM