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Alice in Wonderland
Introducing our new series of artworks which will be part of our book project "Go Ask Alice".
Over the next week or so we will showcase 12 images here on dA.
If you cannot wait, you can see the images already on our web site in the gallery section: www.duirwaigh.com
or join our "Go Ask Alice" group on facebook www.facebook.com/album.php?aid…
There will be a 2011 calendar available in August, available throughout most major bookstores and our web site of course.
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Be sure to check out Angi's audio book:
FLAMING MUSE: MATCHSTICK TALES THAT IGNITE THE SOUL!
we have posted free audio samples here.
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