Friday, 26 November 2010

2011 Calendar Book - Maggie in Print

I'm almost embarrassed to admit the levels of excitement I'm experiencing.

I've just received a copy of my calendar book for 2011. Seeing my work in print seems like yet another journey to fantasy land.

With no small amount of work contributed by my husband, Kim (all of it, really... well... at least I chose the images), we have put together a handy 7 inch square Calendar Book with 1 page per month - each accompanied by photographs of my artwork (photos also taken by that wonderful photographer, Kim Ayres - nothing like a bit of nepotism).

You can preview the calendar book by clicking on the widget below. And if you click on the small square with the arrows in it on the bottom right corner, you even get a full screen view.

If you are interested in buying one (or many) of these ideal seasonal gifts, then click on this link:


Jill Dian said...

Hi Maggie

I have followed your textile journey for a your new studio too.

You must be very excited about sharing your work via a book....and this morning I purchased a copy of it!The images are superb.


hope said...

I told Kim a moment ago how wonderful this was!

And yes, I'm partial to January's photo as that's my birthday month and your sculpture looks like the world is mine for the taking. :)

Good luck to you!

triciatullibody said...

That is impressive you are an amazing couple.

Eryl said...

I have to have one! As soon as we have money in the bank (end of the week, hopefully) I will place an order.

Maggie Ayres said...

Jill- Thank you so much! I do hope you enjoy it

Hope and Tricia- Thank you for your kind thoughts

Eryl- Thanks and it was great to see you at the weekend!

Jill Dian said...

Love the is so special. Almost too nice to write in.

Of course we all hope you'll publish another next year as well!!

Maggie Ayres said...

Jill-I'm so pleased that you are happy with the calendar. Thanks again for your lovely support!

gypsywoman said...

an incredible array of works which so speaks to my own heart! and a beautiful book! congratulations on such a magnificent accomplishment!

Maggie Ayres said...

gypsywoman-thank you so much for your generous words and support