Thursday, March 22, 2012

The Empress of Mouseland Talks:



Today I had the pleasure of being interviewed by writer and artist Rice Freeman-Zachery for her podcast , Notes from the Voodoo Cafe. We talked about mice, work, and creativity; and she inquired delicately about obsession. You can listen to it here.

10 comments:

  1. Te felicito por tu blog, es precioso , a veces paso horas mirando y mirando ....Un saludo, Angeles.

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  2. Adorable as always! I love the boudoir seat of shell.
    I can't imagine any artist being obsessive about some aspect of their work.

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  3. I ♥ the seashell chair, you are so creative!!!

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  4. Ого, туалетный столик просто класс!

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  5. Wonderful! I am fan of you works! I also enjoy making pictures with my toys. Welcome to my blog if you wish:) I will be very glad;)

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  6. What an adorable scene! The pink background with the pink ears is wonderful! I look forward to listening to the podcast--sounds interesting. :-) Jennifer

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  7. Lovely blog! I'm in love!! I'm a new follower, too!
    Best,
    Anne ♥♥

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  8. You are very creative.
    The sea shell chair is fantastic.
    Greetings
    Melanie

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  9. Just listened to your whole interview :)

    Some of my favorites:

    "Let's do a project where you never have to set foot in Michaels!"

    Loved that!

    "Not something I can get together with my other mousemaking friends and talk about!"

    Made me Lol! :)

    What else...

    The dump IS the best place ever! I felt so deprived as a child not being allowed to play there! Ours was only a few blocks away!

    Friends who give you things that make you think "What are they out of their mind???" - When I was in my 20s, someone gave me a 3 foot vinyl baby doll for my 1" scale doll house.

    Oh! And your kindergarden mouse work! How totally cool! You should write an article on that alone somewhere. From the idea, to teaching the teachers and everyone making them, to the kids bringing in what they've made, to them talking about them years later. Neat neat story!

    And the NEW HANDS!!!! I NOTICED! I commented on that right before I listened to this!

    That was fun! Thank you! :)

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