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Kickstarter: Artpothecary Volume 1

Changeling Emily Hare has launched her third Kickstarter for her book Artpothecary Volume 1, a collection of sketches, studies, drawings and doodles in pencil and graphite. Emily’s campaign funded in 1 hour!!

Campaign Basics

The book will be 80 pages, perfect bound with velvet matte cover and A5 in size (5.8 x 8.3 inches). The pages will be 170 gsm uncoated paper. The contents of the book are all ready to go into layout and then finally, off to the printers...

Inside the book, you will find all sorts; creatures, portraits, studies, thumbnails which all follow my love for folklore, fantasy and the natural world. My preferred drawing method is graphite pencil and graphite powder which gives it a lovely soft look. A col-erase pencil will also sneak in here and there!

Just The Book - £15 (about $20)

Emily has a range of different rewards tiers if you’d like more goodies with your book, including an Early Bird special.

EARLY BIRD - Book & Print & Postcards & FREE Magnet - £30

One signed copy of Artpothecary

  • FREE magnet

  • Signed A5 Print

  • 5 A6 Postcards

There are only 19 hours left (from the time this article was published) to take advantage of the early bird deal!

Journey - March Auction

Join us March 18th for our next art auction, Journey! The auction will go live at 12:00 p.m. EST on our Facebook page. You can find the auction albums here:


Place a bid by commenting on your chosen item (for example, ‘BID $50’). Bidding happens in a minimum of $5 increments (for example, 5, 10, 15, etc. ). 


The buy it now option may be used on items that have no bids. If this option is chosen, the buyer immediately wins the auction and no more bids can be placed. To place a bid using the Buy it Now option, comment with BIN and the BIN price to the listed item. Example: BIN $150. The Buy it Now option disappears once another bid is placed. 

Banner Art and Artist


This month’s auction banner features the painting The Travelling Wind by Patricia Ann Lewis. For over a decade, Pat Ann has applied her skills in the Story Arts as a Freelancer. From illustrating in the children's publishing industry to storyboarding for children's animated television and everything in between.

Now she is giving up the freelancing world to work on her own projects such as licensing her MacFeather Girls and Feather Brain birds and fish and two children's books about animals.