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Call to Artists - National Art Project

Call to Artists – National Art Project

Call to Artists - National Art Project on Gun Violence
A group of citizens in the Rogue Valley are so concerned about the gun violence in this country they are proposing a VISION QUILT project to cultivate compassionate change and help create a country that embraces gun sense not gun violence. We call to artists for entries to our national art project.

We need diversity.  We need art.  We need you!

Create a cloth panel with a message that resonates with you on this issue.  You can do this solo at home or join us at Art Presence on November 4th from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.   Space is limited that day to the first 15 people who sign up. Please RSVP to the email address below to 1) sign up or 2) let us know you plan to make a panel on your own.
Canvas panel blanks (gessoed or plain) will be available for purchase for $5 on November 4th or bring your own fabric.  However, artists need to provide their own materials to create their designs.  Panels will be collected, juried and displayed locally and nationally as the project unfolds.

A FEW DETAILS:

Final dimensions:  18″ X 24″ with finished edges.
Media:  oil or acrylic painting, sewing, quilting, embroidery, silkscreen, stencils, digital printing.  Please, no glues, however.
Final Deadline:  By November 29 to Art Presence from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

To RSVP or Questions…… [email protected]

Thank you so much for thoughtfully considering to add your unique voice to this collaboration of concerned and compassionate humans.

SOAR Welcomes Nancy Bardos!

Nancy Bardos, photographer, iPhoneographer, logo, Jacksonville, OregonThe Southern Oregon Artists Resource welcomes Jacksonville, Oregon photographer and iPhoneographer Nancy Bardos to the Visual Artist Directory! Nancy is an enthusiastic and engaging artist who describes herself as an “explorer of possibilities,” and her work is a wonderful expression of her personality. Please visit Nancy’s new listing for contact information and a link to her website to see her photography and iPhone art…social links will be coming soon.

Nancy will be showing her work, printed on fine art paper and on metal, in a private salon style exhibition in early May, beginning a new phase in promoting her work. Please keep an eye open for future public opportunities to meet this fun and personable woman and see the images she has created using her keen eye for design and a skillful touch on her iPhone.

 

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