Jana, my compliments on producing such a wonderful magazine for the digital art and crafting communities. Your publication is always filled with many inspirational ideas and fun-filled projects that are simply captivating. I also wanted to take the time to express my gratitude for featuring a portion of my own digital art in your publication—what a blessed thrill! Again, many thanks and wishes for continued success! Grab your copy!!!! https://stampington.com/Somerset-Digital-Studio-Spring-2018
I’m so pleased to have my new website up and running – it has been fun and exciting to try and re-design a spot to call my very own creative corner thanks to some very special friends and family that helped me. What I love about digital art? I can let my imagination run in so many different directions. Each piece tells its own story. I hope you will love my site and come back often and take a peek. […]
It seems that everyone living in the eastern half of the country has had enough of Ole’ Man Winter. Has anyone seen that Punxsutawney Phil groundhog lately—I bet he has a “shoot to kill” reward if located for forecasting 6 more weeks of cold weather!!! It just goes to show that even a groundhog can accurately predict the weather!!!
I am excited to announce I’ll be opening a new Foxeysquirrel shop at Oscraps. l feel blessed and honored to be amongst such talented designers.
No. 611 was one of fourteen Class ‘J’ passenger locomotives built for the Norfolk & Western Railway between 1941 and 1950 and the only one in existence today. Simple lines, a bullet nose, and a Tuscan red stripe made the Js stand out as one of the most beautiful streamlined steam locomotives ever designed. The Js were the pride of the N&W’s crack fleet of home-built steam locomotives. They powered the famous named trains like the Powhatan Arrow, Cavalier, and […]