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Custom Quilling Mini Canvases

quilling mini canvases clock It’s been a long time since I’ve worked on any of my quilling mini canvases.  I will confess- one downfall of being interested in so many types of art and constantly trying new things does mean that there is less time for my more signature art work.  However, I can tell from my work on these mini’s that I am still growing and evolving as an artist- the things I’ve been learning and practicing are having a definite influence in my work.

quilling mini canvases butterflyI have a wall of art for sale at a local shop, and last week I was told that there was a lady who has been purchasing several of my mini’s, and had requested a few more of a certain color.  She especially loved my quilling mini canvases, and wanted a couple more in purple and teal.  Well, I got right to work and I hope she loves them as much as I do! I always get nervous when someone makes a special request, because I know that I do evolve as an artist, and my mind and skills are in different places when I create now as opposed to when I created before, even if it was just a few months ago.

quilling mini canvases tailsI think she’ll be happy with them, though.  They are, after all, Anjuli Johnson originals.  🙂  Plus, I can’t tell you how awesome it is to have a patron who loves your work and keeps coming back for more.  What more can an artist ask for?  Maybe a few more people just like her… 🙂

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  1. kathy adams
    kathy adams says:

    I’m on a design team and we received quilling kits. It’s been sitting on my desk for a month now because I’m not a cutesy card artist. I’ve been looking at ways to use the quilling in a different way. So I was so glad that I came across your art. I’m using it as my inspirations for my project!

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