Thursday, September 27, 2012

Gypsy Mystery Goes to France!

Oooh la la!

Last year, I was approached by a publisher in France who was putting together a Lunar Calendar with a theme of celebrating the Sacred Feminine.  They had come across my artwork and wanted to use a couple of select pieces in their publication, which featured art by many different artists from around the world. 
I agreed, and last year’s Rev’Elles Agenda Lunaire 2012 was published.  When I got my 2 copies, I thought they were beautiful – full of vibrant artwork and useful information (226 pages worth - this little book is 3/4 of an inch thick!). 

Along with a lunar calendar, it had writings on various pagan holidays, seasonal information, a planting almanac for your garden, astrological descriptions, datebook pages and even a few recipes.  Of course, all of this was in French, so I couldn’t actually read it, but even in a language I don’t know, it was lovely.
Unfortunately, only one small, altered piece of my art made it in…printed super teeny tiny! Ah c'est la vie!

Today I got 2 copies of Rev’Elles Agenda Lunaire 2013, and it’s just as beautiful.  This time my “Sacred Feminine” piece got a nice, juicy spot on it’s own page!  And my little half-Namaste icon is featured throughout once more – printed super teeny tiny!

Anyone read French...?

More info (in French) about these publications: