Monday, November 17, 2014

Studio tour


Come visit me in Mouseland here, where Andrea Skyberg asks intelligent questions and I give rambling answers.

15 comments:

  1. Oh noes! There is a headless mouse on one side of the photo and a bodyless head on the other!! Horror!

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  2. Love seeing the worktable with things in the works! Very cool indeed.

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  3. Thanks for the peek inside your magical mouse-world! (and yes, to the comment above -- quel horreur... plus I thought it was a bit funny to see you, in the video, hanging up mice by their tails!)

    Cheers (and cheese...)
    mb

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  4. They are going to have nightmares! This is the mouse version of Frankenstein.

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  5. That was a great interview, I enjoyed the visit with you.

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  6. Thanks for the peek inside your magical mouse world studio :D! This picture is such a great inspiration to creative people.....it could have been my work table ;)!
    Poor mice, for seeing all the horror in your studio ;)!
    Great interview!

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  7. Well......that WAS fun........love glimpses into other people's studios!

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  8. Fun! It was great seeing more of your studio than what I've seen in previous videos and magazine articles. Mouseland! xo Jennifer

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  9. An awesome interview!!! I loved seeing your studio, and the video with the mice hanging from their tails, or being plunked into jars... there was something so magical (and kind of hilarious) about it all.

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  10. I loved, loved, LOVED reading the interview AND seeing the video tour of your workshop/studio. Absolute magic. LOVED it! :)

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  11. I left (I thought!) a comment here yesterday after reading the interview and seeing all the grand photos of your studio but it seems NOT to have stuck! Anyway I came back today to pass your link on to a creative friend who will enjoy your work as much as I do I'm sure. There is just something magical about the mice and their environments that you create that I find brings out the childish wonder I remember having well over 60 years ago....it's a lovely feeling! I admire your work so much.

    Pam

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  12. what an interesting workspace!! I am with Pam all the way, she discovered you on my blog!

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  13. I'm so glad you all enjoyed it! And I'm so accustomed to disembodied mice all over my desk that I forgot it might be sort of creepy for you.
    Thank you for all your friendly comments.
    Mousily yours,
    Maggie

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  14. Thank you so much for sharing your studio and a peek at how you create your wonderful pieces. I squeal every time I check your site only to find a new entry! :)

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  15. wspaniała wycieczka - dziekuję!

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