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I'm incredibly excited. (Yes, that's me looking incredibly excited.)

I've got a lot of great things happening this year, including another public art project, and I can't wait to share news about them with you.

I'm also making a series of new prints, to send to the most loyal readers of this blog AND to new readers.

The best, most efficient way for us to stay in touch is if you go to the Contact Me page so you can add your contact details to my mailing list. That way, I can reach you faster even than a blog post when these ultra-great things come up
And if you honor me with your address details, I will mail a hand-made print DIRECTLY to you -- wherever you are in the world!

Let's talk. Just go to the Contact Me page now.

I can't wait to hear from you.
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