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Friday, October 24, 2008

I'm home for one day before whirling off again to help open a show of the paintings and drawings from Letters from Eden at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute in Jamestown, New York. It's a big'un, 63 works, and we'll have an opening reception and talk by moi at 5 PM Saturday, October 25. If you're in the area, please consider joining us. I'd love to meet you. Thank you, RTPI, for this wonderful opportunity to show my watercolors and drawings in your beautiful building. I wish the King Penguin himself could be there to talk courtesy RTPI

Don't miss the tanager/wasp post below, if you haven't seen it.


Hopefully the weather is as good as on the photo! Good luck.

What a beautiful place. I am sure they are thrilled to have your works displayed there Julie. Have fun! Wish we lived close by, and I'd be in the front row. :c)

somewhere in those hallways, just maybe, Roger is smiling broadly, and knowingly, at your presence...

Enjoy the honor, Julie :o)

Congrats Julie. Anybody who hasn't seen "Letters from Eden" you must see it. Julie has captured box turtleness more than any other illustrator I've seen. Her baby turtle paintings are spot on; she has truly captured baby turtle personality (and boy do they have personality!)

A question for Julie-Is it my imagination or did I see that you were going to speak at the Birmingham Audubon Society or did I get the wrong end of the stick?


Yea I was one of the lucky ones to make it to your reception and here your talk. It was a pleasure meeting you. Now i can delve into your book in the wee hours of the morning.
Seeing your drawings and paintings are an inspiration to me to get out and draw from nature more.
Looking forward to seeing you again if i can make it to the bird festival in West Virginia.

I WAS in the front row and you were awesome! It was so nice to meet you again. You are one special lady!

Dear Toni,

It was great to meet you and your husband, too! Keep going with that camera. Yes, I'll speak to Birmingham AL's Audubon Society on the evening of Dec. 2. I keep an updated list of appearances at

Just go to my web site and find the "Meet Julie" button.

After that one, I get to stay home for a little while.


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