Friday, April 17, 2015

Would You Like to Read About My Art In "The New York Optimist"?

I am so excited to be a featured artist in
"The New York Optimist."

Would you like to read the article?

kimberly wlassak ~ Gerushia's New World

It was a pleasure to work with The Optimist.

Very patient and detailed ....

(John, if you read this, thank you thank you thank you for your patience and good humor).

I am over the moon happy with all the photos of my art....

Including some of my favorites ~ 

"A Secret Invitation for Maragild" 

"The Guardian of the Wrabbit Wranglers"

"The Window Watchers"


"The Visitation of Eugenie's Muse"

It's always exciting to see my art published in an article....

But ~

For the first time ever, the fairy tale I'm writing called "Gerushia's New World" was discussed.
That was scary.

You see, I've been working on this very long tale for a very long time.

It's a darkish, middle grade fairy tale.

A tale of good against evil.

Will it ever get published?

Who knows.

Will I ever even finish it?

Who knows.

What I do know is that I love to write and I love creating art.

Writing this book has allowed me to mingle the two.

Many of my art pieces are character studies for my book.

And, the art stands alone as well.

So, if you have a spare moment or two, I'd love for you to pop over and read the article.

Until Next Time:
Gerushia's New World

P.S.  I love fairy tales!  xoxo


Anonymous said...

Hiya Kim,
It's been a wee while since I have checked your blog. What a delight to read this post. Congratulations!!!
I implore you that you do punlish your book as I want a couple of copies. I have your beautiful artworks on display in my home. I love them tres much!!
It looks like it's time to purchase another piece off you after my partner and I work out which other piece we want. The Wrabbit Wrangler is 👍🏼

Gerushia's New World said...


Thank you for coming back. I've been gone for far too long. My husband was laid off in March, the second time in 15 months, so we have been scrambling. It's a rough road, but we're still here!

Which pieces do you have on display?