Apr 3, 2008

Baited Breath

I'm waiting with baited breath to hear back from someone at Colonial Williamsburg today! The lovely and talented Christine LeFever provided a contact and I submitted photos of the founding fathers and other 18th-century examples. They are discussing my work in a meeting this morning! Keep your fingers crossed for me! I've also been sending photos of work out to a couple of doll galleries and collecting information for submitting work to magazines. Darling Edyth X, from my online doll group, has pitched a story about me and my dolls to Early American Life magazine. So, good vibes are swirling; let's hope good things come from them.



anniebeez said...

Great! So where your dolls belong! In galleries, not on Ebay!! CW would be foolish not to snatch them up post haste!! Best of luck Nina, but I don't think you need it!

Christine LeFever said...

And you are so deserving, Ms. Nina! Your work is astounding. Kudos to Edyth for telling EAL too.


Heather said...

Wow, your dolls are simply amazing! You have really captured the essance of historical figures, and I wish you lots of luck with Williamsburg!

Plain-n-Simple! said...

Good Luck , your dolls are out of this world lovely, especially their costuming!!!!! Keep us posted!!!
Many Hugs,

the magpie said...

Awesome news!! And so well-deserved...congratulations! :)
(And Edyth is a sweetie...)

Coppermouse Dolls said...

Congratulations Nina! I am so happy for you. You totally deserve some recognition for your amazing work.