I have moved my website and blog to one place now. So if you want to see what I have been working one check out my website dskidesign.com.
Things in the studio have been very hectic, which is great and that’s what I like. Here are a few things that have been going on:
One- I am now selling my books at two new shops one is Lisa Marie Made in Maine. There are both my guest books and sailing logs. Also, they are carrying a new line of photo albums and travel note books. Find her stores on Front Street in Bath, Maine, and the other on Exchange Street in Portland, Maine. The other is Kurier which just opened the beginning of June. The shops is on Congress Street in Portland, there you will be able to find all of my leather cabin books.
Second- I am going to be teaching three book binding workshops at Engine in Biddeford, Maine. The workshops are going to be July 8th, 9th and 12th. Here is a link to the website where you can find more info on the classes and other workshops they offer.
Last but not least I will be having a tent again at this years Picnic in Portland. If you haven’t been, it’s definitely a must. Its August 23rd, 11am to 6pm on Congress Street. There are always awesome artist and vendors, great music and good food. If you where thinking about coming up to Portland this summer this is the day to do it.
This past month I have been slowly changing over my website, so that every thing can be under one roof. Now you can just go to dskidesign.com and you can find my Projects, Blog and Estore.
With this change I have lost my firstname.lastname@example.org email for the time being. As of right know my primary email address is email@example.com.
I am going to be having a table at the Portland Book Arts Bazzar at USM, Sunday April 6th, please spread the word!
The annual Book Arts Bazaar at the University of Southern Maine’s Wishcamper Center will take place on Sunday, April 6th. The Bazaar will be open to the public from 10am until 3pm. There will be papermakers, calligraphers, book artists, printers, bookbinders, paper decorators and others book related vendors. The Wishcamper Center is located on Bedford St. on USM’s Portland Campus. There is plenty of parking behind the building, located between the Glickman Family Library and in the Parking Garage (which is free). USM’s Kate Cheney Chappell ’83 Center for Book Arts is sponsoring the Book Arts Bazaar, any profits from this event support the center.