Monday, April 6, 2009

Altered Bits


Wanted to send out thanks to Alicia from Altered Bits, who has featured my artwork on her website today. She contacted me and asked if I would answer some questions about myself, my art, and my blog. Head on over to read the interview, learn a little bit more about The Altered Page, and see some of the images of my work that are highlighted.


If you have never been to her site before, be prepared to spend some quality time on your visit. You can see her own artwork in the gallery, purchase some pieces in her store, share some "love" with the artists whose work is highlighted monthly, see the first issue of her eZine, click through to her blog, and click on her "free stuff" link for, well...free stuff! Going to her website is like visiting a gallery, an art store, and a friend all in one! And I think the design of the website is amazing too! Well, what are you waiting for...click here! And thanks again Alicia!

23 comments:

Leslie Avon Miller said...

Really enjoyed your interview! Even though I have been following your blog for years, I learned a lot.

Leslie

alteredbits said...

Thanks so much, Seth -- I enjoyed getting to you know better and love the amazing pieces of art you sent me to post on the site. You're the best!

Alicia

Karin said...

That was really a great interview and collection of images Seth - I enjoyed it a lot! Alicia asked thoughtful questions and you provided us full answers to explore your inspirations and even tidbits for looking forward to your future endeavors! Bravo :)

Gillian McMurray said...

What a great interview. It is always great to hear what motivates another artist. Congratulations too on having a piece in the upcoming exhibition. Great news!

Kim Mailhot said...

You are a great interview subject, Seth. It was good getting to know added bits about your artistic process. Congrats !

Jeane said...

Seth, congratulations - I so enjoyed your interview and wandering around Alicia's site....

Chris said...

If I say you're wonderful will you hold it against me?

wait.
I may not have said that right...

Margaret said...

Great interview Seth, fascinating to learn a bit more about you! How much do I love 'Fragile'??? sigh...what a great piece, all my fav elements in one. M

Stephanie said...

headed right on over....

Nikki Lee Anne Ghilain said...

Great interview Seth! Congrats.....and your work....WoW!

~Babs said...

Hi Seth,
I just spent some quality time at
Alicia's blog.
I enjoyed the interview and your art, and the way it was presented. Interviews are always interesting,,but without showing a good bit of work from the interview-ee I feel it still leaves a large part of the artist unknown. Thanks for all the images.

Leslie said...

I'm going. I'm going. I just know that I might forget to come back. I can't tell you how often THAT happens.

Mixed Media Martyr said...

What a wonderful interview! And what a wonderful testimony to your art! Wonderful to hear more about you.

The Governess said...

Thanks Seth, for your interview and for introducing us to Altered Bits!

3rdEyeMuse said...

thanks for the heads up - I'll definitely check it out. :)

eb said...

wonderful interview and site - what a joyful visit - thank you both...

xox - eb.

Maria Hammon said...

FANTASTIC interview! I love your work! I just love it!

Two Dresses Studio said...

Heh Seth - I read your interview - well done & I do like the two pieces you chose as your favs.

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

really enjoyed your interview on Altered Bits and YES, that IS quite a site!
how exciting for you to have art in a gallery....way to go Seth!

azirca said...

Congrats Seth, what a great read! It is always interesting to learn a little more about the creative process, motivation and thoughts about what makes artists tick.

mansuetude said...

hey seth,

great interview... love the top image over there and the bottom is my fav.

i love Stingle's work.

Gail P said...

Loved the interview! Everyone already said all that I might have
said . . .

cheryl darrow said...

Nice interview. Love your art. I wish you had more on your Etsy site for sale. Found your site from Lisa Hoffman's site.
Cheryl Darrow