Dear Geninne I received your new book "Making an Impression" today from Amazon.ca. It reminded me the time I spent at Bookoo in Toronto learning from you how to carve stamps. Thank you for sharing your creativity Véronique
I love it. He is a bright and cheery little fellow. Have I mentioned (I know I have but it bears repeating) that when I look at your art I always feel like picking up colored pencils or paints or something and being creative? ~Clarissa
A copy of your book arrived at my doorstep today and I love it! It's so beautiful like your blog. I love all the ideas and inspiration and I can't wait to try out carving again. (The last time I carved was a couple months ago so this is the little kickstart I needed:)
I lost your website when I moved and recently found you again. I love birds and have been thinking of naming our home "Bird Song". Can I tell you how much I love this black and white bird!!!! She is so lovely against the tan and red background. I did a journal in just those 4 colors and I think it is one of my best efforts. Can't wait to see what you do next. Thank you for sharing!!
Dear Gennine: For over a year now I've been totally enjoying your delightful blog and using your beautiful desktop calendars - and not once have I ever thanked you! Today is my 73rd birthday, so this thank you comes with sincere appreciation for all the joy you give and best wishes for the Happiest Birthday Ever for you tomorrow! May God continue to bless you as you put your special beauty into this sad and weary world - you truly make a difference!
Happy birthday!!!!! Not sure if it is your birthday already where you live, but in the Netherlands it is LOL And thank you for the beautiful desktop calender you give us every month! I love your artwork!
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To be honest: I prefer the photographed version because I actually love the typical manner the bird's tilting his head in kind of a questioning way. I miss that in your pic (though it's good as always).