Warrior Princess Mask Featured in Somerset Studio

Today I went to Barnes and Nobles with my husband and noticed the current issue of Somerset Studio magazine.  I had submitted a piece of artwork last spring for this September/October issue, figured I wasn’t chosen, and so opened it to see who was. There on the “Letters to the Editor” page, I saw a photo of my artwork. I gasped, thinking… What is my painting of Elya’s warrior princess mask doing in here? 

Warrior Princess Painting Featured in Somerset Magazine

Then it hit me. They didn’t choose my art but featured the front of the package I designed to mail the art.

Somerset Studio Published Warrior Princess

I was flabbergasted. I showed my husband and then giggled. What a wonderful surprise!

This mask was a creative collaboration between my daughters and I. This video shows how we created it and how one mask evolved into several different kinds of creative projects.

Here’s a photo of my daughter, Elya wearing the mask she made…

warrior princess mask by Elya Filler poem by JoDee Filler

and the acrylic painting that I photographed to decorate the box with.

Warrior Princess Mask Acrylic by JoDee Luna

Making it into Somerset Studio Magazine has inspired me to take more risks and submit more artwork to art magazines.

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