Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Publication call for a prize!

So i'm working away on the computer as usual. Why am I never in the studio? Why? Sigh. Anyway...there's good news. I'm working on a small self-published publication (read iphoto book) that I'm going to be launching at my next gallery exhibition (october) and selling online (asap).

Here's the problem, I've been making figurines since 2005 and there are too many to chose from. So I'm calling on all of you for help! I've got my favorites narrowed down, but my favorites and everyone else's favorites sometimes differ. So you now have the opportunity to have your say.

Vote for your favorite (or favorites) figurine by checking out and browsing through the many years of figurines and then simply drop me a line at or in the comments of this post telling me your favorite piece and you could be well on your way to winning a copy of the publication once it is released.

Sound good? 2 readers will be randomly selected and contacted for contact details (or feel free to include those in your email). Post this far and wide, I need some help! Too many to chose from!

DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES is September 5th 2010

Seriously, who doesn't love free stuff?


Anonymous said...

Hey Carole. I didn't see one of my favorite in the Gallery, it was the little girl hold the rabbits, and they were headless....or maybe I'm just imagining you made one like that...any way, otta the gallery I think this is one of my favs:

Anyway, hope all is well, and good luck with this project!


Linda Starr said...

Hi Carole, my favorite is
"Only her online friends saw the real her".

cookingwithgas said...

Blind ambition
I can see why you can not choose this would be terribly hard there are many I like for a variety of reasons.

Robin said...

a prize!! that is a great idea - love it.

and....we need to talk. seriously. i am doing an iphoto book for the show too.

your ceramic tricycle soulmate.

Ashley Morrow said...

I like "He preferred sterile plastic to love". Mostly because I made a very short foray into slip casting dollar store chickens.

Kari Weaver Hopkins said...

"She wanted to see no more evil"

I kept going back through the galleries. Please post more details about the book.

Zach said...

"More connected than they realized "


Honeyspy said...

Definitely love "If they were all jumping..." and "So this was domestic bliss."

ade said...

Tough choice! "Good Riddance to Old Rubbish".

-Rob, Simple Circle Studios said...

I sent an e-mail, but figured I would post on here as well, in case the other message did not go through.
My favorites would have to be "He maintained an ethical distance" and "More connected than they realized."