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Enjoyed viewing your website and more of your art work. I actually ‘feel’ New Mexico thur your art. The art books are inspiring for me.
So glad to meet the book arts group in Taos.
I saw your work earlier last year on the El Rito Studio Tour website, and thought of you in the process of preparing for a new show called “Rhythm and Rhyme” at our gallery. I hope you’ll take a look at our “Call for Artists” at http://www.fullerlodgeartcenter.com I love your work, and feel like it would be a great fit for the show!
Are you the same Julie Wagner who created animal sculptures on wheels in the mid-1980s? I have a wonderful growling animal.
Yes, I am one and the same. I don’t make those animals anymore, but I remember them well. Do you live in New Mexico?
I tried to contact you via the email addresses you supplied to the THS 50th Reunion book about our classmates. Neither of those work anymore. Would like to visit your studio next April when I am out there for a Road Scholar trip to Acoma, Zuni and Chaco Canyon.
I can’t wait to see your new notecards and your Wind paintings — I’m hoping — at the El Rito Studio Tour. And anything made by Michael is worth seeing as well…treats for eyes and ears at Stop Number One!
P.S. Is there a “contact” button on this website? I couldn’t find one. A direct email link would be nice … when you have time … I can imagine you’re quite busy now.